Music: Psychodots and the Faux Frenchman

If you missed Cincinnati’s legendary Psychodots (pictured) last Thanksgiving, you have another chance to see them Thursday, this time with hot string ensemble Faux Frenchmen at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens’ “Tunes & Blooms” concert series.

If you missed Cincinnati’s legendary Psychodots (pictured) last Thanksgiving, you have another chance to see them Thursday, this time with hot string ensemble Faux Frenchmen at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens’ “Tunes & Blooms” concert series.

Power Pop guitarist Rob Fetters, bassist Bob Nyswonger and drummer Chris Arduser — all formerly of The Raisins and The Bears — take the ‘dots to the zoo to celebrate the spectacular array of 1 million flowering bulbs, shrubs and trees at the zoo’s botanical gardens. The gypsy jazz Faux Frenchmen — acoustic guitarists Brian Lovely and George Cunningham, acoustic bassist Don Aren and violinist Paul Patterson — whose latest CD was a recent contender for the CEA “Album of the Year” award, also perform.

Admission is free admission; parking is $7. The final "Tunes & Blooms" show is next Thursday (The Turkeys and Jake Speed & the Freddies). Get show details and Sound Advice here.

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