Musician Peter Obermark’s band Copper is releasing a new CD, The Devil You Know, early in November. 

Around Cincinnati contributor Ron Esposito is an acclaimed musician who has released his newest CD, Triad

Music From Ed Moss & The Society Jazz Orchestra

Sep 9, 2016

Ron Esposito presents a song from Ed Moss & The Society Jazz Orchestra

Arranger/composer Pat Kelly is in the studio with Ron Esposito to talk about the new CD from his jazz group, the PsychoAcoustic Orchestra, called Fun With Notes

MYCincinnati, the music program for young people in Price Hill, has two exciting projects taking place, including a CD of lullabies recorded in collaboration with Hawaiian musicians. 

Wright State University trumpet professor Dan Zehringer has released his first classical solo album, Journeymen's Songs

Jazz pianist Roy Meriweather has re-released his 1975 album Nubian Lady (originally called Live) which was recorded in 1973 at The Magic Carpet in Dayton, Ohio.

Local musicians David Kisor and Andrea Cefalo are known collectively as Ancient News and have just released their CD called I Come into This World.

I Wish I Could Fly is the new CD from Cincinnati music legend Larry Goshorn.

Shakedown Soul is the title of the 16th album from local guitar legend Kelly Richey.

Guitarist Jeffrey Seeman has teamed with Windham Hill Records founder Will Ackerman for a new CD, Everything in Between, and the release party will take place December 19 at Live at the Ludlow Garage.

Sean McGary is a popular local guitarist and member of the band Freekbass and has just released his first solo CD, What a Life

Carousel of Love is the new CD from local singer/songwriter Serenity Fisher and her band, The Cardboard Hearts, and she, along with two of her band members, Michael G. Ronstadt and Matt Halvorson, join Lee Hay to talk about the music, the band, and the CD release party happening on October 16 at Molly Malone’s in Covington.

This month, the first live recording from the Cincinnati Pops will be released. American Originals was recorded in January 2015 at Music Hall and the program featured Conductor John Morris Russell leading the Pops and a group of talented guest stars through parts of the Great American Songbook and the music of Stephen Foster.

Acclaimed jazz singer Amy London stopped by our studio recently to talk with Lee Hay about her newest musical project, a CD called Bridges that features a variety of guest performers including local jazz pianist Steve Schmidt.