Thank you to the wonderful past performers and to those who chose to spend their evenings at the DownTowne Listening Room
SOLD OUT SHOW: Saturday, May 2, 2015
Sirens of Spring III Tour:
Christine Havrilla + Mama's Black Sheep
Philly based singer-songwriter Christine Havrilla fused folky/funky creations with pop/rock inspirations to deliver an energetic live show full of upbeat originals and mesmerizing musicianship.
She won the crowd over with her musical innovation,
heartfelt lyrics, and amazing guitar playing.
Learn more about Christine Havrilla ›
Mama’s Black Sheep is the musical collaboration of singer-songwriters
Ashland Miller (guitar/vocals) and Laura Cerulli (drums/vocals) featuring
versatile guitar grooves and innovative percussion.
Their two voices blended like honey and whiskey
to create an exciting acoustic rock & blues experience for the crowd.
Learn more about Mama's Black Sheep ›
SOLD OUT SHOW: Saturday, March 28, 2015
Antsy entertained a sold-out show with his unmatched style of un-traditional, un-usual, un-hitched and corn-try rock blended with his friendly, down-home feel, leaving the audience laughing . . . and thinking.
Saturday, March 1, 2015
Katja & Brian
Unique Pop Lounge
Katja and Brian entertained the crowd with old standards, modern hits and rock gems
in a surprisingly cool and classy way.
Saturday, January 17, 2015
Local Singer-Songwriter Showcase Featuring ›
› Brittany Gillstrap › Charlie Milliken › Jonathan Cody White
Three sensational singer-songwriters shared our stage for a true local talent show.
Brittany Gilltrap played her bright and shiny alt-pop confections.
Charlie Millikin strummed his smooth-sounding accoustic rock.
And Jonathan Cody White performed his engaging blend of soul-edged folk.
SOLD OUT SHOW: Saturday, Novemer 15, 2014
Philly based singer-songwriter Christine Havrilla fused folky/funky creations with pop/rock inspirations to deliver an adrenalized live show full of upbeat originals and mesmerizing musicianship.
We hope that you enjoyed her eclectic and exciting set.
Charlie Millikin opened the show with smooth alt-rock sounds.
Saturday, October 18, 2014
EG Kight "The Georgia Songbird"
EG Kight played southern-fried, country-flavored, rockin’ and rollin’ blues with an engaging and entertaining stage presence. She has seven albums to her name and has performed with the likes of George Jones, Merle Haggard and B.B. King. Her songs are accessible. And her personality is irrepressible. In short, she’s a truly soulful and satisyfing listen.
Saturday, September 27, 2014
Jake Speed & The Freddies
Jake Speed hitchhiked down the folk, bluegrass and country blues highway with his
award-winning band, The Freddies.
Their live show was an Americana extravaganza filled with quirky commentary and quick-witted charisma
creating a near-vaudeville experience.
Thursday, September 18, 2014
Alice Wallace w/Kevin Stokley
Southern California songbird Alice Wallace brought her stunning country/folk story-songs to our stage. Fans of Patty Griffin, EmmyLou Harris and Linda Rondstadt savored her sound, which has striking similarities yet stretches out with a style all it's own.
Local area artist Kevin Stokley opened up with kickin' country rockers and ballads.
Sunday, August 17, 2014
Suzie Vinnick w/Jonathan Cody White
Classy, contemporary, Canadian acoustic blues artist Suzie Vinnick and her guitar named Mabel appeared to play folk, roots and bluesy rock songs. It was a treat to hear this multiple Maple Award winning female vocalist of the year from up north in a rare appearance down south in Cincy.
Local singer songwriter Jonathan Cody White opened with a pure blend of acoustic rock-n-soul.
Saturday, July 19, 2014
Deirdre Flint w/ Brittany Gilstrap
Funky Philly folkie Dierdre Flint played her warped and wonderful tunes, populated with hilariousu cheerleaders, horrendous bridesmaid dresses, 1970s flashbacks, a boob fairy and oh so much more.
Local Cincinnati singer-songwriter Brittany Gilstrap opened the show with her relaxed and refreshing alt-pop sounds.
Friday, June 13, 2014
JULIAN VELARD w/Charlie Millikin
New York pop-rock performer and pianist extraordinaire Julian Velard headlined our initial concert.
Local singer-songwriter Charlie Millikin opened the show playing smooth acoustic originals and favorites on guitar and piano.