Sudsy Malone's Rock 'n Roll Laundry & Bar
2626 Vine Street|
|Years active||1986 - 2005|
Sudsy Malone's Rock 'n Roll Laundry & Bar was a music venue in the Corryville neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio, across the street from Bogart's near the University of Cincinnati. John Cioffi was the owner. Cioffi opened other clubs including Sudsys in Louisville. The site often showcased many indie music and punk music bands. As the name suggests, the bar also housed a laundromat. The site had difficulty staying in business over the years, closing and reopening its doors several times, finally closing for good in 2008.
In addition to the nightly shows by local and regional acts, many more established musicians and bands have played the site, including Beck, Afghan Whigs, Guided By Voices, Smashing Pumpkins, Morphine, Ass Ponys, Sleater-Kinney, Neutral Milk Hotel, Modest Mouse, Over the Rhine, Rigor Mortis, Betty Blowtorch, Vains of Jenna, and many other up-and-coming bands of the punk/grunge/alternative music scene of the late 1980s and 1990s.
- Cook, Samantha; Greg Ward; Tim Perry (2004). The Rough Guide to the USA. Rough Guides. p. 330. ISBN 1-84353-262-X.
- Sleater-Kinney Setlists
- Jake Grieco, "Allman Brothers, Grateful Dead, Nirvana in Clifton", The News Record, February 4, 2014
- Albert Pyle, "Saturday at Sudsy Malone's: A Lot of Noise, A Jug of Tide and Thou," Cincinnati Magazine, August 1987, pp. 40–41.
- Steven Rosen, "Sudsy Malone's: The Leader of the Laundromats," Cincinnati Enquirer, Sept. 28, 1986, pp. 28, 30.
- Winternitz, Felix; Bellman, Sacha DeVroomen. Insiders' Guide to Cincinnati. Globe Pequot. p. 74. ISBN 0762741805. Retrieved 2013-02-01.
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