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Giving Back to WNKU Touted as a local music icon, David Rhodes Brown has used his extensive talents to write, arrange and record his music; lead, book and perform with his bands and arrange showcases and benefits for other groups and artists. The release of his new CD project has even given birth to a NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL in the Cincinnati scene! Read the Full Story
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One Horse

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One Horse

One Horse began a half dozen years ago, like most bands in the Cincinnati scene. A handful of longtime friends (Hawkins, Adams, bassist Matt Ahrens, drummer Nick Allen) in and out of a variety of local outfits — one a Grateful Dead cover band — got together to split rent on a practice space and finally freed up time for a longpromised jam at a friend’s annual hog roast. When the chemistry proved to be potent, the group was named, songs were learned and gigs were booked. Their differing styles — Hawkins’ Jam/Blues tendencies and Adams’ Pop/Americana influences — combined with the band’s input results in a sound hovering in the triangulation of R.E.M., Wilco and the Marshall Tucker Band. “It’s like harmony,” says Adams. “Two disparate spheres of influence and operation came together to make this one thing. A lot of the stuff that (Hawkins) and I come up with just falls out somewhere. We can’t really go, ‘I set out to write this in C major diminished augmented 7th and I’m going to telegraph the bridge like that Fountains of Wayne song.’ It’s sort of organic.” “It’s all on feeling and not on theory,” says Hawkins. “Somehow we meet in the middle where we bring that open jam element to structured songs.” One Horse’s six-year evolution comes to fruition on the band’s just-released debut album, the Erwin Musper produced "POST TIME", a prime example of the productive creative tension that drives the quintet. - B. Baker - Cincinnati's City Beat

Ryan Hawkins: Vocals and Guitar
Pete Adams: Vocals and Guitar
Nick Allen: Percussion
Matt Ahrens: Bass Guitar

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