Cincy Groove Presents: A Benefit Concert for The Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation, Friday November 9 at The Southgate House Revival


Photo & Poster by Scott Preston

Benefit concert for Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation
Friday, November 9, 2012
Southgate House Revival, 111 E Sixth St, Newport, KY
Doors 8pm, Show at 9pm
18-20 advance $10, 18-20 day of show $12
21+ advance $8, 21+ day of show $10

Sponsors – Tone House Music –

Emcee for the evening will be Ken Haynes from WNKU 89.7 – 104.1 – 105.9

Facebook event page –


Editors update – I will be going on Debra Randall’s WNKU radio show this Sunday October 28 at 2pm.  Joining me to talk about the benefit show will be Kelly Thomas who will be singing a couple songs with Timothy Carr & Sarah Davis from Arlo McKinley. Tune in at  89.7 – 104.1- 105.9 FM and streaming at

Cincy Groove is proud to bring you a benefit concert for the Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation.  The concert is taking place Friday November 9, 2012 at The Southgate House Revival in Newport, KY.  The lineup for the evening includes The Cliftones, The Cincy Brass, Shoot Out The Lights, The Stories, Kelly Thomas with Arlo McKinley & Lonesome Sound, The Syd Natanists, Terminal Union, Sassy Molasses, Hank Becker (solo set, from The Rubber Knife Gang), The Young Heirlooms, Shiny Old Soul, SOUSE, Andyman Hopkins.

Set Times

9:15 – 9:55 : Bri Love
10:15 – 10:55 : Hank Becker
11:15 – 11:55 : Terminal Union
12:15 – 12:55 : Andyman Hopkins

Revival Room
9 – 9:40 : The Young Heirlooms
10:00 – 10:40 : Shiny Old Soul
11:00 – 11:40 : The Stories
12:00 – 12:40 : SOUSE
1:00 – 1:40 : Sassy Molasses

Sanctuary Room
9:00 – 9:40 : Shoot Out The Lights
10:00 – 10:50 : Kelly Thomas with Arlo McKinley & Lonesome Sound
11:10 – 12:10 : The Cincy Brass
12:30 – 1:40 : The Cliftones

The Cliftones
The Cliftones

Since its formation on December 3, 2007, CUSAMHF has become an active, important member of the region’s arts community.  Relying on the hard work and dedication of board members and volunteers, and despite having no staff, CUSAMHF has managed to organize numerous events, raise awareness of Cincinnati’s music legacy through press coverage and grassroots organizing, and preserve local music landmarks.  CUSAMHF has done this by aggressively pursuing partners in both the public and private sectors to help advance the Foundation’s mission.

In addition to the various programs and events that CUSAMHF has sponsored, the Foundation moved into and began renovating the former Herzog Studio space at 811 Race Street in 2010.  From 1945 to 1955 Herzog Studio was one of the premier recording studios in the world.  It is Cincinnati’s first professional recording studio, led by Earl T. Herzog, a WLW engineer who worked at Crosley Square.  Preceding Nashville Row, Herzog’s operation and practices were used as a model for the first Nashville recording studios like Castle.  At Herzog, Cincinnati’s first professional R&B recordings were made, along with landmarks in bluegrass and rockabilly.  In 1948 and 1949, Hank Williams recorded “Lovesick Blues” and “So Lonesome I Could Cry” at Herzog.  In fact, the Herzog space is the last standing structure where Hank Williams recorded professionally.  In addition to Hank Williams, Patti Page, Rosemary Clooney, and early King Records artists also recorded at Herzog Studio.

Foundations website –

Band Info

The Cliftones –

The Cincy Brass –

Shoot Out The Lights –

The Stories –

Kelly Thomas –

Bri Love

Terminal Union –

Sassy Molasses –

Hank Becker (solo set, from The Rubber Knife Gang)

The Young Heirlooms –

Shiny Old Soul –


Andyman Hopkins –