Herzog Music is a music collective and emporium designed to bring together the region’s music community and welcome visiting musicians to participate in our area’s rich and diverse music scene, located in the historically marked spot where Cincinnati’s first R&B was recorded under Henry Glover for King Records and Hank Williams Sr. cut classics like “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry.”
Herzog Music has a wide selection of new and vintage guitars, stereo and musician gear, used records, books, and offers equipment repair services and music lessons. Herzog Music is located beneath the headquarters of Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation.
Recent special guests at Herzog Music have included Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick, Marty Stuart (pictured above left), Steve Earle (pictured above right), Steve Mackey of The Wallflowers, and many others.
Photo credit for image of historical marker, above: WCPO
IN THE NEWS
"Herzog Is Hallowed Ground"
— Cincinnati CityBeat
"Herzog Music Is Bringing Back Cincy's Musical Heritage"
— Cincinnati Refined
"Herzog ... Much More Than Record Store
— Soapbox Cincinnati
"Record Store, Music Space In Historic Building"
"Herzog Music Grand Opening Weekend"