Tuesday, August 19, 2003

Get to it!

By Jim Knippenberg
The Cincinnati Enquirer

Going out

Marc Broussard: The son of legendary Louisiana guitarist Tom Broussard shakes up the 20th Century with his own brand of Southern soul-blues-rock, 8 p.m. today, 3021 Madison Road, Oakley, $10. 562-4949.

Grandin Festival: The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music vocal/instrumental chamber music festival dishes up a recital full of works by composers such as Britten, Arnold Cooke, Bruno Amato and others. 7 p.m. today, Robert J. Werner Recital Hall, UC, free. 556-4183.

Latin jazz: Cody's Cafe in Clifton Heights offers Latin jazz, Afro-Cuban and Salsa by the M M Jazz Trio. 10 p.m. Tuesdays, 113 Calhoun St., no cover. 569-0555.


Top pick: Kick back and relax with Grammy-winner Shania Twain: Live in Chicago, a concert taped July 27 in Grant Park for more than 50,000 people (8-10 p.m., Channels 5, 22).

• TV critic John Kiesewetter also says Danielle White, 11, the Pleasant Run Farms native now living in Bradenton, Fla., performs with other winners on Fox's American Juniors season finale (8 p.m., Channels 19, 45).

New on CD

Critic's pick: Cincinnati's Over the Rhine releases its 10th album today, the double-CD Ohio (Virgin/Back Porch; $18.98).

• The Newlyweds debuts tonight on MTV, a good day for Jessica Simpson (Mrs. Nick Lachey of Cincinnati's 98° ) to bring out her new In This Skin (Sony; $12.98).

• Columbus rapper Bow Wow isn't Lil' anymore, showing off his new bark on Unleashed (Sony; $18.98).

• Punk-rock band Rancid spews forth Indestructible (Epitaph; $18.98)

• Neil Young & Crazy Horse rock out on Greendale (Warner Bros.; $19.98) a combination CD and DVD set.

New on DVD/Video

Critic's picks: A pair of Oscar winners top the week's list of new home videos - best picture Chicago, with musical stylings from Catherine Zeta-Jones, Richard Gere and Renee Zellweger, and best documentary Bowling for Columbine, featuring the funny and fiery political stylings of director Michael Moore.

Planning ahead

24 hours out: The Rock Never Stops tour brings out metal favorites such as Whitesnake, Kip Winger, Warrant and Slaughter, 7 p.m. Wednesday, Riverbend Music Center, $17.75-$37.75. 562-4949.

48 hours out: The Miami University Art Museum opens the intriguing exhibit Silent Spring: Andy Warhol's Endangered Species and Vanishing Animals, featuring a number of the groundbreaking artist's animal-themed works. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursday, U.S. 27, Oxford, free. (513) 529-2232.

72 hours until Friday: The popular Germania Society Okotberfest gets started 6 p.m.-midnight at Germania Park, 3529 West Kemper Road, Dunlop. 742-0060.


E-mail: jknippenberg@enquirer.com; fax: 768-8330

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