The dark backwoods yammering of the world's most venereal
jugband—Hide yer children…

The dark backwoods yammering of the world's most venereal
jugband—Hide yer children…

The Minni-Thins

Shiny and the Spoon

Formed in 2008, Shiny and the Spoon quickly established itself as one of the most intimate and honest folk acts in the Midwest. Videos of living room performances gained viral status, while a tightly knit group of fans packed perfor- mances in listening rooms and local “dive” bars.

The past year has been their most momentous to date, with the addition of veterans Pete Brown and Matt Frazer, and release of their first full-length album: Ferris Wheel, produced by Afghan Whigs’ John Curley. The band has quickly moved from back rooms to bandstands throughout the Midwest, retaining the same unadorned simplicity and tightly wound harmonies as before. With a clever ease and lack of airs, Shiny and the Spoon, is quickly becoming one of the most exciting and broadly accessible folk acts performing today.

The Webbs

A band=Andie & Tracy with Scotty Karate

Lariat B. Grim & The Goat Ropers

The traditional mountain melodies of outlaw country's last gasp

Straw Boss

Hillbilly country revivalists Straw Boss are a Southgate House favorite, with Hank Sr. and Dwight Yoakam-influenced Honky Tonk boogies and Western Swing classics. This superstar rockabilly crew is headed up by Edwin Vardiman, and features plenty of other special guests.

Mudpies

Mudpies are Forrest Horn (vocals), Marc Raia (guitar), Mike Reeder (bass), and Paul 'Walter' Sketch (drums). The Pies have been rocking the No. KY/Cinci area for almost 12 years now without a change in band lineup. A sonic collision of The Who, Aerosmith, U2, and Neil Young - the Pies put forth Rockmusic, Blues, and Soul. The Mudpies were most recently nominated for CEA Best Blues Band award, and have played with the likes of Dick Dale, Los Lonely Boys, and Eric Johnson. The Mudpies are quite well known for being extremely attractive.. 5bucks is 5bucks.

The Mudpies are a Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area rock band that has been slinging mudrock in the tri-state area since the spring of 1999. The Mudpies have enjoyed playing the the 2008 Queen City Blues Festival at Sawyer Point, the 2009 Queen City Winter Blues Festival at the Southgate House, the main stage at the 2003 Pepsi Jammin’ on Main and the 2002 Bacon Electricity Music Festival/Campout, as well as opening dates for the likes of Dick Dale, Eric Johnson, and Los Lonely Boys. For 10 years the band has been hitting local Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky nightspots like the Southgate House, Mansion Hill Tavern, The Comet, The Northside Tavern, Top Cat's, Sudsy Malone's, as well as the legendary Derf's Tavern in scenic Latonia, KY. The Mudpies enjoy playing a combination of mud-twisted cover tunes as well as Mudpies original songs.

We Are Snapdragon

"We Are Snapdragon later graced a packed Lounge with a bowed guitar, the drummer wearing a Bill Murray t-shirt, vocal effects and a song about an Internet pervert that started slow then burst into joyous noise. It’s difficult to find a lot of info about this local band, which is frustrating because they were one of the best discoveries of the night." - Cincinnati.com

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The Southgate House Revival Grand Opening Redux with Hogscraper, The Minni-Thins, Shiny and the Spoon, The Webbs, Lariat B. Grim & The Goat Ropers, Straw...

Saturday, October 27 · Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM at The Southgate House Revival