Last Session On Brewster – Danny Adler, King Records and CMHF

"The Last Session on Brewster"
Film starring Danny Adler
King Records on Brewster Lives!

(Cincinnati, OH)  Did you think the last recording session at Cincinnati's King Records studios on 1540 Brewster Ave was in 1971?  Wrong!!!  Do you want to see recording in the building currently in gross disrepair?  Yes!!!
Dig! what Danny Adler did. See the debut screening of "The Last Session on Brewster" at Historic Herzog on Sunday, June 1 at 8 p.m.  Running time around 30 minutes.  Doors open at 7 p.m.  Free to Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation Members.  If not a member, please make a donation at door for this all-volunteer charitable organization. 

"The Last Session on Brewster" is a film to be released in conjunction with Danny Adler's new album.  The title is also a new song that tells the story of King Records and the last session on Brewster literally.  The Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation is proud to provide this sneak peek and welcome Danny Adler to grace the Herzog space.

Danny Adler is a native Cincinnatian whose musical path has joined up with the likes of Charlie Watts, Philip Paul, Ian Stewart, Elvis Costello, Dave Van Ronk, Ed Conley and more.  Adler has 40 albums on iTunes, and "Last Session on Brewster" is a new song off his new album recorded by Bill Gwynne.

Come at 7 p.m. early and check out the FOTOFOCUS photography exhibit featuring pictures of Herzog Studios and activities of the Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation over the last few years, including when the foundation organized the efforts with then-Rock Hall President Terry Stewart and then-Councilman John Cranley to dedicate a King Records historic marker at 1540 Brewster.

BUT, you say you remember that the marker said "King Records: King of Them All was from 1943-1971"?
SO... doesn't the last session at King have to be 1971?  No!!!   

Come see that recordings at King can still be made and join the movement to save King Records in the 70th anniversary year.  And think that before the studio got built on Brewster, the King songs were cut at Herzog.

Special Thanks:  The Camera Department

P.S. Buy tickets to Buckle Up - sponsoring The Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation this year.