Big Whiskey

Big Whiskey


Big Whiskey is an acoustic based rock group from Cincinnati Ohio, blending wonderful harmonies and outstanding original songwriting. A group comprised of excellent musicians, Big Whiskey is sure to elevate!


An electrifying acoustic/rock group with soul rock roots anchored by beautiful harmonies. Outstanding original songs, and unpredictable covers. Big Whiskey has shared the stage with such great artists as Noah Hunt of Kenny Wayne Sheppard, and South Carolina superstar Tim White The Bank Walkers/Cravin'Melon),and SC's Cast Iron Filter, and Nashville Recording Artist Griffin House. Locally, BW has shared the stage with The Stapletons, The Rumpke Mountain Boys, Hyde Park Outrage, Low Key, and many other wonderful musicians. Big Whiskey released their debut CD "Key 46" June 2003. The success has opened the door for radio play, extensive media coverage, and attention from the recording industry. Cd's are available at any performance or by visiting the website. Release of their sophomore effort is slated for summer of 2007. Cincinnati's #1 choice for acoustic based rock. Big Whiskey can be booked as an acoustic duo, trio, or as the full four piece band. Cya at the Show!


Key 46
A nine-song arrangement released June 29th showcasing catchy hooks, soulful harmonies, flawless guitar riffs, and solid craftsmanship. Big Whiskey’s debut CD is receiving airplay from local stations WNKU 89.7, WOXY 97.7, and affiliates from online station LIVE 365. This college-radio friendly sound can be compared to artists such as Wilco, Ryan Adams, and Pete Yorn.

"Big Whiskey's debut release, KEY 46, is rich with southern rock harmonies and straight-forward rock and roll guitar riffs.." - OnlyLocal Magazine

Set List

Big Whiskey Originals

Tell Me
Open Up Your Mind
Shine On
Sweet Chicago
Starting Over
How Was I To Know?
Friday Afternoon
Other Than You
Fallen Angel
Take A Walk With Me
Floyd Avenue
The Train
A Beautiful Dawn
50 Miles From My Home

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Big Whiskey generally plays 8-10 songs a set. Three one hour sets with two 20 minute breaks.
Primarily playing 10-2.