LRHLive is a full-service restaurant and live music venue located in the heart of Greater Cincinnati.
Our menu offers a wide variety of backyard BBQ style southern favorites locally sourced and prepared from our kitchen to your table.
This 24,000 square foot facility features two stages that will showcase live country music from local, regional, and national artists. We offer 250 dining seats, multiple large screen TVs, and three bars serving freshly made cocktails all night long.
LRHLive is the perfect location to host private events and can accommodate up to 2,200 guests.
Come out and enjoy delicious food, live music, and amazing nightlife as we bring Music City to the Queen City for a one-of-a-kind intimate and memorable experience.
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Recap of Ian Munsick at LRH on 5/14/22
National acts, local acts, parties, and more- Check out a quick recap of some of our favorite moments.
Recap of SOLD OUT Jo Dee Messina show at LRH on 10/28/22
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-20% off LRH merchandise
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Shayne Hill is the not-so-new “new guy.” Shayne joined the band in June of 2004—after rehearsing with the band once. Once. Yes—he was that good.
Shayne grew up on the road playing music. His family had a band and they toured all across the Western U.S.—with Shayne playing even more instruments than he does today. But no—he will not play fiddle for you. We’ve already asked him.
Once moving to Nashville, Shayne toured with Chely Wright, Avalon, and LeAnn Rimes, just to name a few. He is also an in-demand background singer and guitar player. And since he needs just a little bit more to do, he has his own recording studio—where he can be found whenever one of his kids isn’t crying…and sometimes even when they are.
Shayne and his wife Kristin have two children, Jesse and Harper—they are cute like their mama.
Joe Smyth never met a percussive instrument he didn’t like—and he can play them all. The band’s original bio stated that Joe played 300 percussive instruments—a number that Hobie made up, but still swears by.
Joe is a graduate of the Berklee College of Music and earned a Master’s Degree in Music from the University of Miami—but he doesn’t rub that in the other guys’ faces. That speaks volumes about him.
In addition to being a sought-after session drummer, Joe is accomplished symphonic musician, as well. He has played with the Nashville Symphony, including at their heralded appearance at Carnegie Hall.
Joe is also a respected percussion instructor, doing his part to nurture the next generation of drummers and percussionists.
Joe is the proud dad of Tristan, Jenna, and Bryce.
Gregg “Hobie” Hubbard was born and raised in Apopka, Florida—The Indoor Foliage Capitol of the World. So there.
There was never a time Hobie can remember that he wasn’t listening to—and by listening we mean obsessed with—music. He grew up attached to the radio and record player—and is still rarely very far from either one today…although the record player looks more like an ipod these days.
Hobie sang and played piano in church through his high school years and began writing songs when he was in college. He has co-written several of Sawyer Brown’s hits, including “The Dirt Road,” “Drive Me Wild,” “’Round Here,” and “Outskirts of Town,” as well as several songs on the Sawyer Brown Christmas albums. In addition to Sawyer Brown, Hobie has sung background on recording sessions for a variety of artists.
Hobie gave up a promising career in the food services industry to join the band. He might or might not still have the smock.
Mark Miller was born in Ohio, but moved to Florida when he was in eighth grade. Growing up, he played basketball, went to the beach, worked at Walt Disney World, and went to school—pretty much in that order. He was on the basketball team at the University of Central Florida when he started writing songs, finally deciding to move to Nashville to focus on singing and songwriting. The move worked out okay.
Mark has written many of Sawyer Brown’s hits, including “Step That Step,” “The Walk,” “Thank God for You,” “The Boys and Me,” as well as the band’s anthem: “Some Girls Do.”
Mark discovered the band Casting Crowns and has produced all of the band’s CDs, winning a Grammy for his work with them along the way. In April 2013, “Ring the Bell,” a movie that Mark wrote and produced, was released—and he has more movies in the pre-production stage. He doesn’t sleep much.
TICKETS/COVER: Cover starts at 7:00 pm. Tickets can be bought for $5 online or $10 at the door. Arriving prior to 7:00 pm will waive cover fee. https://www.etix.com/ticket/p/41126559
Brittany Bishop grew up a barefoot kid on The Poor Fork ranch deep in the heart of Texas. The soundtrack to her childhood consisted of country greats such as Hank Williams Sr. and George Strait playing by her crib each night. She picked up the guitar at age 14, inspired by the love of country crooners her mother had instilled in her. By age 16 she was already touring with a western swing band, and from the first bar stage she set foot on she knew she would pursue that feeling forever. She finished high school while traveling to shows from El Paso to Quitaque and everywhere in between. During this time she performed with artists including Cody Jinks, The Charlie Daniels Band, Jamey Johnson, and Leon Russell.
She left home in 2015, determined to make a life for herself and her songs in Nashville. She became a regular act at Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge on Broadway and cut her teeth performing 5 nights a week. The concrete jungle of downtown Nashville made her yearn for the dry Texas wind, and she began writing songs to transport her there.
Collaborating with Grammy- nominated producer Bobby Holland, Brittany is set to release her debut record Shadow of the Valley in the coming months. The album chronicles the highs and lows of her time living honky tonk to honky tonk. Described as an “old soul” Bishop takes you through her experiences in love, loss, struggle, and triumph. “I want my songs to feel like someone finally sees you and is with you through your struggle. My favorite artists have given me that friendship through songs, which is what I want to be for others,” Bishop says. Join her as she invites you into her world, from a crowded dive bar stage in Nashville, to the breathtaking quiet of the West Texas plains.
Nashville, TN – Country pop music artist, Gracie Carol, found her love for country music from listening and watching shows like the Grand Ole Opry at a young age. She started writing music and performing in shows around her hometown of Cincinnati at the age of 11. At 16, Gracie worked as a singer, dancer, actor, and performer at Coney Island Amusement Park’s live shows in Cincinnati. By the time she turned 17, she won a local radio station contest to sing with Country Music Legend Keith Urban on his Raise Em’ Up Tour at Riverbend Music Center. (B105/WUBE Cincinnati).
Keith Urban invited Gracie to audition for American Idol Season XIV, making it to the first round of Hollywood Week.
Carol moved to Nashville in 2015 to attend Belmont University. In 2019, she graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Music, then performed for Norwegian Cruises, traveling the Mexican Riviera.
Gracie performed at the world famous Tootsies on Lower Broadway from 2021 – 2023 as a headlining artist.
In 2022, Gracie enjoyed viral success with her release “Breakup Szn”. With over 10 million views, and 2 million+ listens on Spotify alone, she is enjoying showcasing her original music.
Michelle Robinson is a singer/songwriter based out of Cincinnati, Ohio. Everyone in her band brings a unique style and twist to the music that is performed. Every now and then you will hear a mix of pop/rock and other genres thrown in to fill the sound that is… the Michelle Robinson Band.
Throughout Cincinnati she has played acoustic shows, dazzling the Cincinnati music scene with her dynamic vocals and guitar playing ability everywhere she went. After years of paying her dues, she has now performed at most venues in Cincinnati and festivals all over the state of Ohio. She has also opened for National Acts such as Scotty McCreery, Maddie & Tae, Uncle Kracker, Kentucky Headhunters, Colt Ford, JoDee Messina, Diamond Rio, Mark Chesnutt, Phil Vassar, Bryan White and the famous Loretta Lynn. Michelle Robinson guarantees a show you won’t forget!
Since being named runner-up on season 20 of ABC’s American Idol, HunterGirl’s authenticity, unwavering tenacity and heart of gold have positioned her as Country’s next star, earning praise she’d only dreamed of – like Idol judge and Country icon Luke Bryan praised her as the “new age Miranda Lambert” and his “favorite female Country voice.”
Moreover, American Songwriter celebrated that “her crooning vocals…made her one to watch in the Country scene,” People Magazine applauded her “incredible voice,” and CMT her “soaring vocals and superstar potential,” while Billboard solidified her inevitable superstar status, noting she “has wowed the Country music community since she stepped onto the American Idol stage,” and she’s currently “transcending from talented aspiring artist, to make her first steps toward the big leagues.”
More important than trophies, HunterGirl wins hearts.
Skyrocketing to No. 1 on iTunes All-Genre and Country charts with her earnest and deeply personal original track “Red Bird,” she’s performed on Live with Kelly & Ryan, appeared on Good Morning America, and was named a 2023 Artist to Watch by Music Mayhem.
Signed to 19 Records/BBR Music Group/Wheelhouse Records, HunterGirl, who is working toward her first-label project, just released her latest single “Ain’t About You,” written before she auditioned for Idol and received the first Platinum Ticket of the season.
“Coming off the show was a whirlwind,” she recalled. “That was a huge year of my life. I learned so much about myself as an artist and as a person. I vividly remember the flight home from New York after doing the talk shows after the finale, and I hadn’t been in Tennessee for four months. It was the moment where everything stopped for a second and you think, ‘Wow, this has all just happened.’”
People are drawn to her heart out, head up, boots on approach to everything she does. She’s a gutsy songwriter who works with veterans’ organizations where she uses music therapy to transform worrier’s stories into songs.
“That completely changed the way I view music,” she explained. “This is their song about their life and what they went through. I was so worried about words rhyming. Is this the right word, the right hook? And no, it was about what people were feeling. It took the technical stuff out of songwriting and left all the emotion.”
From Broadway to Hollywood, she went from playing honky tonks to a co-headlining tour with 2022 American Idol winner Noah Thompson and even having her own merch. In 2023, she is hitting the road with Luke Bryan, Parmalee, Josh Turner and Luke Combs for his pre-show tailgate stage. Recently, she’s been opening for Justin Moore, Tracy Lawrence, and Chase Matthews. In March, she opened for Lainey Wilson’s sold-out Nashville show at Brooklyn Bowl.
She started performing when she was three and writing songs when she was nine. In her early teens, she performed at venues across the United States, competed in singing competitions and won the 2014 Texaco Country Showdown. After graduating high school, she moved to Nashville and immediately started playing gigs. She’s shared the stage with Country superstars including Old Dominion, Florida Georgia Line, Kane Brown, Alan Jackson, Trace Adkins, Charlie Daniels, Sara Evans and more.
“I’ve wanted to sing since I was a kid,” she said. “It’s always been the dream and the goal. Everything that I’ve done has been leading up to this.”
LRH presents Colin Stough live on Saturday, December 23rd.
A 19-year-old Country Rock phenom and native of Gattman, Mississippi, Colin Stough has come a long way in a few short years. After learning to play guitar at 8 years old, Stough first pursued artistic dreams at 10, boldly trading childhood possessions for his first guitar at a local pawn shop – an instrument he still plays to this day. After graduating high school, the naturally gifted singer and self-taught songwriter began working full-time as an HVAC technician, before his mother convinced him to audition for American Idol. Impressing judges Katy Perry, Luke Bryan, and Lionel Richie, Stough stunned viewers and soon built a thriving fan base, finishing third on Season 21 of the show in 2022. He spent the ensuing months writing and recording original music while touring nationwide to put his blowtorch vocal and guitar-slinging edge on full display. After signing with 19 Recordings/BMG, his distinctive mix of Southern Rock distortion and pure Country style have helped tracks like “I Still Talk To Jesus” and “Bad Day” rack up more than 9.4 MILLION global on-demand streams, and in September 2023, Stough released the single “Promiseland,” along with an official music video. The hard-hitting anthem is the title track to Stough’s debut EP, which is out now and puts the emerging artist on track to reach even more dreams in the future. Stough has headlined across the country and opened for established artists like Kidd G and Drake White.
ACM “New Vocal Duo/Group of the Year” nominee Parmalee is one of country music’s most successful acts: the Platinum-selling band of brothers is one of only four groups since 2001 to earn three consecutive Top 10 singles from a debut Country album. Since their debut at Country radio, Parmalee has earned over 1 billion on-demand streams. Heralded as “Country Music’s Breakout Stars” by MSN Entertainment, Parmalee has supported Brad Paisley and Jake Owen on national tours while finding time to perform on NBC’s TODAY show, The Kelly Clarkson Show, The Late Late Show, FOX & Friends All American Summer Concert Series, MLB Central’s Studio 21, The Queen Latifah Show, and more. Comprised of brothers Matt and Scott Thomas (lead vocals/guitar and drums, respectively), cousin Barry Knox (bass), and life-long friend Josh McSwain, the North Carolina natives had a legendary return to the top of the charts with their PLATINUM-certified No. 1 single with Blanco Brown, “Just the Way,” with their follow up single, “Take My Name” from their new album For You, then becoming a multi-week No. 1 hit at Country radio. Their latest single “Girl In Mine” is available now. For more information, visit: http://www.parmalee.com.
1 Game, 2 Bands, and a Honky Tonk Amount of Fun!
You're invited to ring in 2024 at LRH with live music, party favors, and more! Join us early for the Bengals watch party with doors opening at 3 PM for a NYE pregame!
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1 Game, 2 Bands, and a Honky Tonk amount of fun!
You’re invited to ring in 2024 at LRH with live music, party favors, and more! Join us early for the Bengals watch party with doors opening at 3 PM for a NYE pregame!
Silver Ticket: Includes admission to NYE party 3 PM-2 AM, 4 drink tickets, and party favors, complimentary champagne toast at midnight.
Gold Ticket: Includes admission to NYE party 3 PM-2 AM, 4 drink tickets, access to all buffets (game day buffet & dinner buffet), complimentary champagne toast at midnight, and party favors
VIP tables include admission, premium viewing space, & seating for groups of 6+. Also includes a dedicated server, access to all buffets, bottle of champagne, bottle of liquor.
NYE Party Schedule:
Doors: 3 PM
Game Day Buffet: 4 PM- 6 PM
Dinner Buffet: 7 PM-9 PM
Live music starts at 8 PM! Bands include Marshull followed by Blake Tyler
Game Day Buffet:
-Mac & Cheese
-Dessert Bar Assortment
**Wristbands & drink tickets will be provided upon arrival
Just 22 years old and already a seasoned veteran of Nashville’s elite songwriting community, Conner Smith has become one of Country’s most hotly-anticipated new artists – an uncommon talent mixing prime-of-life passion with old-soul perspective. After penning his first song at 6 and scoring a publishing deal at 16, the Country prodigy wrote five of the six songs on his Zach Crowell-produced 2022 debut collection DIDN’T GO TOO FAR (The Valory Music Co.). Featuring his first Top 40 hit “Learn From It,” viral smash “I Hate Alabama,” and GOLD-certified fan-favorite “Take It Slow,” the charismatic effort laid an artistic foundation that earned Smith 2022 Artist to Watch status from Spotify, Amazon Music and Opry NextStage, while also making him the only Country artist on Pandora’s Ten List 2022 and securing 2023 recognition from MusicRow Next Big Thing, CMT Listen Up, and more. As Smith continues to grow up in full view of his fans – both on the page and the stage – CMT calls him “an unstoppable force to be reckoned with.” That momentum will keep building throughout 2023 as Smith continues to deliver “next level” music as reflected with his new bluegrass-inflected twang rocking single “Creek Will Rise,” currently rising at Country radio. Recently touring alongside Thomas Rhett, Parker McCollum, Ryan Hurd and Chase Rice, he just headlined his first-ever IF I WENT TO COLLEGE TOUR featuring multiple sold-out stops. Up Next, Smith takes on CMA Fest in Music City with a set at the Chevy Riverfront Stage on June 11 before hitting the road as support on Luke Bryan’s COUNTRY ON TOUR beginning in July, followed by Cole Swindell’s TWELVE TOUR for select dates in the fall. For a full list of tour dates and more, visit ConnerSmithMusic.com.
Get tickets now: https://www.etix.com/ticket/p/33149760
There’s more to the duality of Clay Walker’s debut Show Dog Nashville album Texas To Tennessee than the title. Certainly, the realities of place are as central as this comeback album’s name implies: Nashville busily working toward the next fresh hit; Texas moving at its inimitable and familiar pace. There’s also a mix of songwriting and production approaches, evident and more nuanced relationships between the songs themselves, and the overarching presence of a naturally gifted vocalist who relentlessly pursues his own development as a singer. But don’t mistake those dualities for dichotomy – and certainly not polarity. In a storied career dotted with smash singles, platinum albums and countless honors and acclaim, maybe the connection between country’s timeless themes and music-of-the-moment timeliness has been there all along.
Many of the country fans behind the almost 20 million on-demand and video streams for his latest single “Need A Bar Sometimes” – who may also be among his 750,000 TikTok followers – are wholly unaware of Walker’s history. Discovered in a Beaumont area bar by noted producer and head of Giant Records James Stroud (Toby Keith, Tracy Lawrence, Tim McGraw, Kenny Rogers), Walker was in his early twenties when he started rattling off a string of smash hits. Among them, “Live Until I Die,” “Dreaming With My Eyes Open,” “This Woman And This Man,” “Hypnotize The Moon,” “Rumor Has It,” “Then What,” “I Can’t Sleep” and “She Won’t Be Lonely Long.” His self-titled debut album rocketed to platinum status, the first of four to cross the million-sold mark. Racking up more than 30 charted singles and 11 No. 1s wasn’t without its struggles, however.
“Being born and raised in the Houston area, I thought of myself in the line of George Strait and Clint Black, but my first producer had other ideas,” Walker says. “James Stroud pushed me more towards pop sounds I fought with. What he was saying, and I think he was right, was, ‘Clay, you’ve got some gears to you that will excite people if you let it.’ I was young – 23 – and didn’t really settle with that. But now I’m in a sweet spot in music, in life, and I definitely feel the audience has swung around to appreciating music that makes those connections.”
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Easton Corbin has been gracing stages with his memorable baritone and unique blend of traditional and modern country music for more than a decade. The Florida native, who boasts two No. 1 singles with “A Little More Country Than That” and “Roll With It,” embarks on a new musical chapter with his recent signing to Stone Country Records. Corbin teams with industry veterans Benny Brown, Paul Brown and Jason Sellers as the label’s flagship artist.
Corbin’s neotraditional sound shined on his debut label single “I Can’t Decide,” co-written by Corbin with producer Wade Kirby and esteemed writers Ashley Gorley and Rhett Akins. The soaring pedal steel combined with a driving beat and plucked guitar rhythms allows Corbin’s warm baritone to further accentuate the up-tempo song.
The Florida native continues to write with longtime producer Carson Chamberlain as well as Kirby, Shane Minor, Adam Craig and Wyatt McCubbin, who he penned the romantic wedding ode and current radio single “Marry That Girl” with. Corbin says the past three years have allowed him to focus more seriously on writing music and finding the message he wants to convey to listeners on his forthcoming project.
“It’s about being authentic and that’s what I always focus on when I write or record,” he says. “I keep one foot in traditional and one foot in the modern and marry those two. That’s really been my motto through the years.”
And he’s had a successful time doing so. Throughout his career, Corbin has amassed seven top 10 singles and three American Country Awards. Named Billboard’s 2010 Top New Country Artist, Corbin has never shied away from his traditional roots with Your Big Sky complimenting his “unapologetic and unwavering traditional country sound.” His self-titled debut album was named Country Breakthrough Album of the Year by iTunes Rewind Best of 2010 while American Songwriter has complimented the singer’s “warm, smooth-as-gravy-southern drawl.”
“I do love traditional country music,” he says. “That sound is what drew me to country music as a genre. One of my very first records was a Merle Haggard album when I was a kid. The way he delivered a song, the emotion in his songwriting and in his voice, he was just the whole package.”
Corbin most recently released his album Let’s Do Country Right – his first in eight years. The 14-song feat is a collection of new, yet-to-be-heard tunes, as well as previously released songs, like Corbin’s current radio single and streaming hit “Marry That Girl.” Since releasing with DSPs, the romantic ode has organically amassed an impressive 55 million+ streams collectively, and was featured on hit FOX reboot Joe Millionaire: For Richer or Poorer.
On radio impact, it was the No. 2 most added song by country stations, and was featured in a live performance by top daytime talk show The Kelly Clarkson Show, as well as fan-favorite syndicated iHeart radio show The Bobby Bones Show. Laced with Corbin’s warmly familiar baritone vocals, and layered with the true-to-his-roots production fans and radio love, the record offers something for everyone.“The record is a good mixture of that up-tempo and midtempo songs along with a few ballads here and there,” he says of Let’s Do Country Right.