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The Summit is a super group of musician's dedicated to quality song-writing and touring. 

Put together by former Grooveshire members, Chris Scott and Mike Hennel, The Summit is a rock n’ roll super group exploding with some of the region’s most talented musicians. Fresh off both publishing and licensing deals in Nashville, TN and Scott’s EP collaboration on "Burn it Down" with former Cage the Elephant Guitarist Lincoln Parish, the song writing duo recently came back home to begin writing with Cincinnati’s own award-winning bluesman, Leo Clarke, and road warrior bassist/songwriting extraordinaire, David Hefferon. Magic instantly occurred and the group quickly began writing and polishing a whole new flare of soul inspired blues rock n’ roll tunes reminiscent of modern day song-writing genius, JJ Grey, and the vintage sound of iconic English rock bands such as Led Zeppelin, The Faces and Humble Pie. 


Richie Owens and the Farm Bureau plays music full of hills and hollers, like their hometown Nashville. Tennessee Rock ’n’ Roll Rhythm and Blues. It’s swampy, and dirty, and chugs along like a Southern locomotive gone rogue. 


The Borderline Something was started in 2012 as an acoustic-alternative project by then-UK-freshmen Eric Torres and Ben Maile. Since then, it has grown into a full-fledged rock n’ roll band featuring Ryan Snyder on lead guitar, Torres on bass and vocals, and Maile on the drums. All three band members are alumni of Covington Catholic High School in Northern Kentucky, and all three are former members of Rio and the Ramblers, a Cincinnati-based blues rock group out of Cincinnati that lasted from 2013-2014. During their time together as “Ramblers,” Torres, Maile, and Snyder honed their specific musical abilities, explored and learned from the blues genre, and shaped the dynamics that make The Borderline Something what it is today, the best three-piece rock band in Lexington, Kentucky. Currently, The Borderline Something is booked monthly at different locations in Lexington, including Two Keys Tavern, Stagger Inn, and Cosmic Charlie’s.


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