Good old-fashioned rock-‘n’-roll plus a voice from the Goddesses equals Cincinatti-based rock outfit Heartless Bastards. If you missed them at the Triple Nickel Tavern last Thursday, you missed a fantastic show. Just to rub it in, here’s an interview we did at KRCC and wee bit of concert footage too. Enjoy!

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2 Responses to Heartless Bastards at KRCC

  1. Homer says:

    The show was Pure Awsomeness!

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