For those of you who weren’t able to attend, there’s some footage here of part one of the series “Jim Tarbell Talks Music” that began last Sunday, May 20, and will continue the following two Sundays, May 27 and June 3, at 2 pm at Motr Pub. This is one of the three parts that an audience member filmed, and the other two parts are on the same webpage. After the talk I asked the couple that was filming if they could send along footage, and they were nice enough to do that – so thanks to Dave and Julie Gallenstein for uploading it:
These talks are taking place at a time while I’m writing an article about music that took place in Cincinnati during a period of time that Jim Tarbell started hosting concerts. In fact, members of The Sound Museum (one of the groups I wrote about) performed at the Ludlow Garage. After Tarbell spoke I asked him some questions about The Sound Museum, and he told me that Jeffrey Siereveld had a recording of The Sound Museum live at the Ludlow Garage. The music is amazing, and we’ll get back to it at a later date – right now I want to relate than when I called Jeffrey Siereveld he mentioned the fund-raiser for another important Cincinnati musician, Larry Goshorn, that’s taking place this Saturday, May 26th, at the Redmoor in Mt. Lookout. This is a great opportunity to support someone who’s definitely part of Cincinnati’s musical history – among others, he played with Sacred Mushroom and Pure Prairie League – and also a chance to hear some great music. Here is the information on the Redmoor website.
Saturday, May. 26, 2012
On Saturday, May 26th, The Chuck Land Show will be filming some Cincinnati Legends in front of a live studio audience. The footage would be for upcoming Episodes in Season 3. This will also be a benefit for the wonderful musician and friend Larry Goshorn, which recently broke two major bones and tore tendons in his ankle, needing major surgery. Just like many musicians, he is uninsured and can use our help. A non-profit organization that we strongly support called Play It Forward will also be helping run the event, handling various tasks. 100% of the profits our this concert will go to Play It Forward to help pay various medical bills for Mr. Goshorn. “Larry is an amazing person and is a Cincinnati Icon, performing in bands such as The Sacred Mushroom, Mushroom Jones, Pure Prairie League, and currently The Goshorn Brothers”, says Land. “Him and his other talented brother Tim are always playing benefits for others, now it’s the music community’s turn to take care of him”. If you can’t attend the event but want to help, you can make a contribution online by going to www.pifcincy.org Dinner menu available throughout the event 4:30 Door open 5:00-5:30 The Bluebirds Band performs 5:35-6:00 The Heaters “Fathers & Sons” Band Performs (featuring a talented 12 year old pianist Ben Levin, and 11 year old drummer Joe Nasser, along with their dads and Grandpa Nasser on Sax) 6:05-6:35 Tickled Pink performs 6:40-7:10 Balderdash Peforms 7:20-8:00 Premier Showing of The Goshorn Brothers Documentary (A limited number of autographed DVDS will be produced specifically for the raffle) 8:10-8:40 Willy D and Jeff Walkup & Friends 8:40-9:00 Leroy Ellington & His Pink Flamingos 9:10-9:40 The New Lime 9:45-10:15 Leo Clark & Will Edger as a duo 10:20-11pm Super Jam Session At 11pm we’ll show the Goshorn Brothers Documentary again for the folks that couldn’t attend earlier. Tickets will be 10 dollars.