Recommended Greater Cincinnati Concerts for Sept. 19-25

Solid live music options abound this week in the Queen City and surrounding areas

WEDNESDAY 19

click to enlarge New Orleans' Doom/Sludge Metal band Eyehategod, which 'Rolling Stone' just called "one of America's great live bands," plays Northside Yacht Club Thursday
New Orleans' Doom/Sludge Metal band Eyehategod, which 'Rolling Stone' just called "one of America's great live bands," plays Northside Yacht Club Thursday
MADISON THEATER - Matt and Kim with Michael Christmas. 8 p.m. AltPop. $25.

MOTR PUB - Givers with Naughty Place. 10 p.m. Indie/Art Rock. Free.

SOUTHGATE HOUSE REVIVAL (SANCTUARY) - Mom Jeans., Just Friends, Shortly and Mover Shaker. 7 p.m. Rock/Pop/Various. $13, $15 day of show.

THURSDAY 20

LUDLOW GARAGE - The High Kings. 8:30 p.m. Irish Folk. $25-$45.

MOTR PUB - Sugar Candy Mountain with Soften. 10 p.m. Indie/Psych/Pop/Rock. Free.

NORTHSIDE YACHT CLUB - Eyehategod, The Obsessed, Flesh Mother and Wolftooth. 9 p.m. Metal/Various. $18, $20 day of show.

TAFT THEATRE - The Decemberists with Kacy & Clayton. 7:30 p.m. Indie/Rock/Folk. $29.50-$75.

WOODWARD THEATER - Twin Peaks with Vacation and Hank & the Heady Weed. 9 p.m. Rock. $18, $20 day of show.

FRIDAY 21

ARNOLD’S - The Grey Dogs. 9 p.m. Roots/Blues. Free.

THE GREENWICH - 3rd Friday with the William Menefield Trio. 8 p.m. Jazz. $10.

MADISON THEATER - Reignwolf with Bones Owens. 8 p.m. Indie Rock/Blues. $17, $20 day of show.

MOTR PUB - Marjorie Lee & the Lovers with Krystal Peterson & the Queen City Band. 10 p.m. Americana /Soul/Indie/Rock. Free.

click to enlarge Bone Thugs-N-Harmony plays Madison Theater Sunday with  Ying Yang Twins and Lil Flip
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony plays Madison Theater Sunday with Ying Yang Twins and Lil Flip
NORTHSIDE TAVERN - Electric Citizen (album release party) with Relaxer. 10 p.m. Hard Rock. Free.

STANLEY’S PUB - Mama Said String Band, Dark Moon Hollow and Bellanova Electric Strings. 10 p.m. Bluegrass. Cover.

TOP CATS - Mr. Dibbs and The Animal Crackers. 8 p.m. Hip Hop. $10.

WASHINGTON PLATFORM - The Faux Frenchmen. 9 p.m. Gypsy Jazz. $10 (food/drink minimum).

SATURDAY 22

BOGART’S - Lord Huron with Cut Worms. 8 p.m. Sold out.

THE COMET - Lipstick Fiction, Punch Drunk Tagalongs and In the Pines. 10 p.m. Rock. Free.

MADISON LIVE - Local Summer Showcase with The High Plains Drifter, Beyond the Titans, Gentlemen & Scholars and Patsy. 8:30 p.m. Rock/Metal/Various. $10, $12 day of show.

MOTR PUB - Dusty Bryant with Fish Out of Water and Queen City All Stars. 10 p.m. Americana/Various. Free.

SCHWARTZ’S POINT - CinciSon Latin Jazz Band. 8:30 p.m. Jazz. Cover.

SOUTHGATE HOUSE REVIVAL - The “F” Bomb featuring Hot For Alice, Maria Carelli, Wilder, KY Mile, Porter Union, Jess Lamb, Chelsea Nolan, Jean Dowell, Wilder, Freedom Nicole Moore and more. 7 p.m. Various. $12, $15 day of show.

TOP CATS - Triiibe, Sons of Silverton and Raised x Wolves. 9 p.m. Hip Hop. $10.

URBAN ARTIFACT - Endive, Flying Underground, Oh So Luminous and Kristen Kreft. 9 p.m. Rock/Various. Free.

SUNDAY 23

BOGART’S - The Marcus King Band. 8 p.m. Rock/Various. $15.

THE MAD FROG - VRSTY. 8 p.m. Post-Hardcore. $5.

MADISON THEATER - The Turnt Up Tour with Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Ying Yang Twins and Lil Flip. 7:30 p.m. Hip Hop. $15, $17 day of show.

THE REDMOOR - School of Rock Mason Tribute to Green Day (4 p.m.) and Tribute to Styx and Foreigner (7 p.m.). Rock. $6, $8 day of show.

TAFT THEATRE - Trampled By Turtles with David Huckfelt. 7:30 p.m. Bluegrass/Roots/Progressive/Various. $28-$38.

MONDAY 24

TAFT THEATRE - 4U: A Symphonic Celebration of Prince. 7:30 p.m. Symphonic Prince tribute. $30-$99.50.

TUESDAY 25

SCHWARTZ’S POINT - Society Jazz Orchestra Plays the Music of Ed Moss. 9 p.m. Jazz. Cover.

SOUTHGATE HOUSE REVIVAL (REVIVAL ROOM) - Roanoke with The Harmaleighs. 7 p.m. Folk/Americana. $8- $10.

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