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Hamilton, Ohio, United States | SELF

Hamilton, Ohio, United States | SELF
Band Alternative Indie


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"(Seven Mile, Ohio) Organic AltRock"

Named after a long-gone gas station chain, Sohio is a fairly new five-piece with a warm and rich sound that combines their intriguing base of influences (ranging from Elliott Smith and The Strokes to Ryan Adams and Jack Johnson). The group maintains a cool dynamic by allowing different members to take over lead vocals at various times and the band's live shows have been winning over new fans at every gig.

(MB) - CityBeat

"Dane Cook's Tourgasm"

Sohio's music was also featured on the HBO series "Tourgasm," as the first song on the season finale. - none


SOHIO's first full length record, rightfully titled "Money & Love", was released Friday, May 12th, 2006.

SOHIO's second full length album "Impossible Hope" was released in September 2009 with great success.

SOHIO's third album entitled "Sonuminous" was released in February 2012.

Awards and Accomplishments:

"Skeleton Girl"...EdgeRadio's Top 100 of 2007(2007)

"Speckled Dust"...used in Dane Cook's HBO Special
"Tourgasm" (2007)

"An Open Field"...used in Ed Ratcke's "The Speed of Life"
(2009 Venice Film Festival Award Winner)

"The Number 2"...used in Cincinnati Bell's commercial
promoting their 4G Wireless products. Booking agent was Cincinnati's own All Night Party. (2011)



"It’s a rare band that can direct traffic at the intersection of Americana, Rock both rootsy and garagey, Blues, Punk, Pop and Country without having an eight-genre pile-up. SOHIO is that rare band, deftly balancing the noise that rattles rafters and the subtlety that breaks hearts. " - Brian Baker, CityBeat MPMF12

"SOHIO’s new CD is done and it sounds great. They have expanded their songwriting and musical chops since 2006’s “Money and Love” CD. These guys can write hooks and they manage to weave them into pop songs, ballads and rockers with ease. Some of the songs were recorded on location at their band compound, in the rural farmland outside of Hamilton, OH." - John Curley of The Afghan Whigs

Band Members