Lucinda Williams' 2009 show at the Pageant. Photo by Jon Gitchoff.Lucinda Williams | Over the Rhine The Pageant October 12, 2011 Note: If you shot good photos at the show and want to share 'em with our readers, please e-mail versions at least 550p wide, along with your name so we can credit ... More >>
What do you mean those mushrooms were "medicinal"? It seems like just yesterday we were welcoming the return of fall and trying to find somewhere to stand in the Pageant for Bon Iver. But another week has come and gone, and you, as usual, have no excuse to be bored this weekend. DJ Lance Roc ... More >>
8 p.m. Saturday, September 17. Off Broadway, 3509 Lemp Avenue.
Alan MesserThere are lots of reasons to hate Rodney Crowell. He's had scores of country hits and penned definitive progressive country anthems such as "'Til I Gain Control Again" and "Old Home Place Revisited." He records with Joe Henry and sings like a fallen angel. And he's had breakfast in ... More >>
In this week's paper, I interviewed Son Volt's Jay Farrar. SV's latest, American Central Dust, arrived in stores last week. He spoke about song inspirations (and a forthcoming project with Ben Gibbard) in print; below find more talk about side project Gob Iron, and the connection between Uncle Tupel ... More >>
Former Negro League infielder and Riverfront Times columnist Prince Joe Henry was laid to rest Thursday, January 8, in a powder-blue casket at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, with full military honors.Prior to the burial, a crowd of several hundred gathered at the Civic Center in Brooklyn, Ill ... More >>
Prince Joe Henry, a native of Brooklyn, Illinois, and one of the Negro Leagues' last great entertainers, died yesterday. He was 78. Before it was cut short by injury in the late 1950s, Henry's career as an infielder included stints with the Memphis Red Sox, the Indianapolis Clowns, the Detroit Stars ... More >>
We find out what rocked across the country in 2007.
Nashville singer-songwriter Mary Gauthier embodies the word "intense." And that's a good thing.
Joe sounds off about Michael Devlin's plea bargain.
When it's suing the wrong entity.
Jellyman asks for an update on the pension Prince Joe never got.
Readers call out Paul McKee and Prince Joe.
Joe to Hank Aaron: Don't sell out! Back Barry!
Our Negro Leaguer weighs in again on the radio jock's fall from grace.
Week of December 7, 2006
Week of November 9, 2006
Week of September 7, 2006
Week of June 8, 2006
Week of May 9, 2006
Week of February 2, 2006
Aimee Mann knocks out another pop jewel
Week of January 19, 2006
B-Sides sheepishly admits to liking Sheryl Crow, chats with sassy soul singer Bettye LaVette and introduces you to Emospace
Week of August 10, 2005
Week of July 27, 2005
Week of July 20, 2005
Week of December 1, 2004
Saturday, May 22; the Hi-Pointe
Wednesday, September 18; Off Broadway
Saturday, July 27; Blueberry Hill's Duck Room
RFT music geeks pick the best recordings of 2001
Can a non-9/11 benefit album make any noise?
Written and directed by Frank Whaley