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The Crick Gypsies / Press

“ Music Marker Fund Drive Begins Cincinnati soon could get another historic marker showing its contributions to the music industry. On Monday, the Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation and others who helped erect the King Records historic marker in Evanston last fall announced a fundraising effort for a marker at 811 Race St., downtown, where Herzog Recording Studios operated from 1945 to 1952 on the now-vacant second floor. The building's current tenants include ArtWorks and CityBeat. Late WLW engineer Bucky Herzog ran Herzog Recording Studios, where Hank Williams Sr. recorded "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" 60 years ago. To celebrate the Herzog recordings and raise money for the marker, local musicians are lending their talents at a benefit show on Aug. 22 at the Southgate House in Newport. Bands scheduled to perform include the Hiders, Straw Boss, Magnolia Mountain, The Crick Gypsies, Mack West, Billy Catfish Orchestra, Katie Laur, The”