Erlanger braces itself for top-notch cover band
October 15, 2012 by Mark
One of Cincinnati’s best known cover bands performs live this Saturday, banging out the hit music of the 80s and 90s. Regularly performing in Northern Kentucky, as well as Southeast Indiana, Saving Stimpy never fails to be fun to watch, nor to get everyone to their feet and dancing about.
Saving Stimpy has been around a long while and has a huge following in all the areas in which it frequently performs. The band’s influences include the likes of Brian Adams, Tracy Chapman, Michael Jackson, Elton John, KISS, and Green Day. The group has been knocking out some famous numbers, all of which are performed as part of a solid stage performance to the crowds, for a long time.
Poster printing and flyer printing were probably used to promote Saving Stimpy’s Erlanger performance to the public and surrounding regions. Admission is free and adults with ID are welcome. The next performance is on Saturday, October 20, starting at 10:00 pm at the Peecox Bar and Grill located at 635 Donaldson Street in Erlanger, Kentucky.
This November, the band has another action-packed month in Kentucky and can be found in florence and Fort Wright across various dates, as well as a trip to Lawrenceburg, Indiana on November 21. For more information about the band, please visit the Saving Stimpy web site or call the Peecox Bar and Grill during regular business hours. The band’s website even offers merchandise, with postcard printing one of the techniques carried out.