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  • CityBeat - Spill It
    this year s Cincy Blues Challenge Plus Arnold s launches a new weekly music series Old Time Mondays On Jan 31 2016 the Cincinnati Entertainment Awards winners will be announced at the 19th annual ceremony show party at Covingtonâ s Madison Theater Today we are happy to announce the nominees for the CEAs which are presented by CityBeat and honor Greater Cincinnatiâ s rich and eclectic music scene This Saturday Northern Kentucky sonic sculptor Kevin Poole is throwing a party in honor of his latest project under the umin moniker a full length titled line This weekend Multimagic launches the first of what it intends to be a bi annual local music showcase called The Cannon Ball Plus The Cliftones score a record deal artwork by the late great Kevin Donahue The Pariahs goes on display for one night only local jazzers join Dan Radank for a Sinatra tribute Strangetunge releases two new EPs and Dallas Moore hosts a Honky Tonk Holiday concert This Friday Cincinnati based singer songwriter Jess Lamb will showcase a new EP and musical direction with a free release show at MOTR Pub Plus Wonky Tonk hosts a local release party for her Stuff We Leave Behind full length Kenny Ozzfest returns with another lineup jam packed with local acts and Kim Taylor is prepping the debut album from her new duo project Water and Sand Thanksgiving week is stuffed with live local music events including the Get Stuffed on Local Music show at Southgate House Revival Thanksgivinâ Rockinâ Eve at 20th Century Theater and rare local appearances by artists who mostly play out of town shows â Freekbass and Electric Citizen Cincinnati rockers DAAP Girls celebrate the release of their new album Look Inside Your Love on which they find the sweet spot between the sweaty grit of a Rock Roll show and the sweaty grind of an all night dance party Plus unique local ensemble Common Center throw a party in honor of its debut full length release Gypsy River and nominations for the 19th annual Cincinnati Entertainment Awards are currently open to the public This week singer songwriter multi instrumentalist Aaron Collins follows up his stunning solo debut Godlessly Oscillating with an equally impressive EP featuring his band The Blind Conductors Plus Indie rockers Ohio Knife and Old City celebrate the release of a new split 7 inch single and Ironfest returns to Southgate House Revival for two days overflowing with great local music One of the more renowned Cincinnati bands of the past few decades Ass Ponys reunites this weekend for a pair of shows at Woodward Theater The band will be playing songs from throughout its career with 35 40 rehearsed tunes to choose from each night With Halloween falling on Saturday this year pretty much every club you go to this weekend is going to be having a Halloween party most likely with a â Halloween costume contestâ component Hamilton Ohio native Greg Dulli frontman for Cincinnati spawned AltRock greats

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  • Cincinnati Entertainment Awards Party on Sunday
    original local music makers and initially the work done on the local theater scene before the theater awards split off into its own program and then was eventually retired The event has moved to various venues since then CEA ceremonies have taken place at the Taft Theatre the old Sycamore Gardens Old St George church in Clifton Heights and the Emery Theatre but every year the event has retained the same spirit of honoring our local artists and giving local music fans and players a good party with great live music It s always been an excellent way to bring musicians together from a wide range of genres the only such happening in town where such intermingling occurs on a regular basis The performances are always the heart and soul of the event with various nominees performing a few songs throughout the night playing for people who may not have seem them before and often winning a few new fans in the process Past CEA show performance highlights include Foxy Shazam Over the Rhine Five Deez Wussy The Almighty Get Down Boom Bip Bootsy Collins Ralph Stanley The Afghan Whigs Buggs Tha Rocka The Heartless Bastards The Greenhornes The Tigerlilies David Wolfenberger Ricky Nye and The Bears among numerous others This year s CEAs should be no different with a solid lineup of some of the area s best set to perform The 19th annual CEAs take place this Sunday at 7 p m Tweet SHARE PRINT COMMENT FONT SIZE RATE Related content Hand in Hand Award Winning CEA Recognizing Good Old Crow Medicine Ode to Ralph Stanley Back on the Brink Related to Cincinnati Music CEAs Madison Theater Madison Live doors open at 6 p m at Covington s Madison Theater 730 Madison Ave Covington madisontheateronline com Opening the show is Jess Lamb whose national profile was raised considerably after becoming an American Idol contestant though as those familiar with her work pre and post Idol can attest she has a richer talent and more adventurous spirit than most TV singing competition contestants Lamb who performed a mesmerizing set at the 2013 CEAs is nominated for an impressive five CEAs including Artist of the Year and Album of the Year Also performing are Blues nominees the Noah Wotherspoon Band also nominated for Album of the Year and The Whiskey Shambles who are up for Best Live Act too creative Hip Hop artist Abiyah Folk Americana nominee Buffalo Wabs and the Price Hill Hustle high energy Punk and Best Live Act nominees The Slippery Lips and perennial Bluegrass nominees and often winners the Rumpke Mountain Boys who tour so often they usually miss the CEA ceremony but will be on hand to rock out this year The show will of course also feature award presentations in 19 categories winners for most were determined by public vote the CEA nominating committee decides Artist of the Year Album of the Year and New Artist of the Year Matt Sledge former WOXY radio

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  • Lazy Heart Celebrates Stunning Debut Release
    of Zamin into the fold Sloan and Patota had played together for several years and written a lot of material but Fink is said to have brought everything more into focus resulting in the threesome s phenomenal first EP a self titled affair featuring production assistance from Why s Yoni Wolf and ex Pomegranates member Isaac Karns The chemistry is wildly evident on the recording which though only five tracks long is mesmerizing and more commanding of the listener s attention than most full lengths you ll hear The rhythms and guitar parts are creative and shape shifting yet never distractingly so even when progressively twisting and turning like an adventurous Post Punk or Post Rock band or bursting with subtle discordance the music has a distinctive fluidity A host of guest musicians including members of The Happy Maladies Why and others provide horns flute strings and a bevy of other instruments that greatly contribute to the textural soundscapes strange beauty The sublime vocals and fluttering flickering melodies tie everything together to create a ingenious type of Dream Pop that is instantly endearing and memorable It s both bewildering and exciting that any band is able to release something as rich and fully realized as Lazy Heart s EP on its very first effort I can t wait to hear what s next Lazy Heart has been on the road serving as the backing band for Naytronix the solo project of tUnE yArDs Nate Brenner Tweet SHARE PRINT COMMENT FONT SIZE RATE Related content Six Feet Deep Fes WNKU Celebrates t Josh Eagle s Swee Walk the Moon Pr Slothpop That s the Related to Cincinnati Music Lazy Heart Big Bamn Smith Josh Eagle The trio approached Brenner about backing him at a show in Cincinnati last year and it went so well they started booking more dates On Facebook Brenner said he found it difficult to go back to just playing solo writing of extending the collaboration Some people spend their whole lives searching for a pocket that deep and I didn t want to wake up 40 years from now remembering the groove that got away More dates are planned for this spring Lazy Heart releases its new EP in conjunction with a show this Sunday at the Ice Cream Factory space 2133 Central Ave Brighton Naytronix and locals Super Origami are also on the bill for the 9 p m all ages show Admission is 6 Find more about Lazy Heart at lazyheart net R I P Ken Big Bamn Smith Drummer Ken Smith better known professionally as Big Bamn died on Jan 12 after he and his wife Shawntay who was injured but survived were involved in a wreck on I 75 Smith was a member of Freekbass and the Bump Assembly which recently released its debut album for the Ropeadope label Cincinnati Bamn also played with local artists like Bootsy Collins and Kelly Richey and was wrapping up his first solo album which his friends

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  • Winter Blues Fest Heats Up the Weekend
    Race St Downtown thephx com showcasing over two dozen Cincinnati Blues acts as well as headliners like the Nick Moss Band and Carolyn Wonderland on four stages Music begins at 6 p m Friday and 5 15 p m Saturday This year s lineup shows just how celebrated our local Blues scene is with many acclaimed and award winning and nominated artists slated to appear Sonny Moorman headlines the third floor Grand Ballroom stage Friday fresh off of a great showing at the recent International Blues Challenge in Memphis Moorman was one of eight finalists in the solo duo category of competition he plays the first floor Tea Room stage at 6 30 p m Friday too Doug Hart and The Beaumonts also play the third floor stage Friday On the second floor Archway Ballroom stage Friday catch Silver Pockets Trio Ricky Nye Inc The SoulFixers another IBC competitor representing the Dayton Blues Society and The Blue Bird Big Band The Tea Room stage has the Ben Levin Duo and the Cheryl Renee Duo Friday while the first floor Presidents Room plays host to Ralph and the Rhythm Hounds the Brad Hatfield Band The Heaters and The Whiskey Shambles who won the Cincinnati Entertainment Award for Blues on Jan 31 Saturday the Grand Ballroom stage features The Tempted Souls Band and Kelly Richey Tweet SHARE PRINT COMMENT FONT SIZE RATE Related content Winter Blues Fest Six Feet Deep Fes The Texas Guitar Walk the Moon Pr Slothpop Hot Blues in the Related to Cincinnati Music Winter Blues Fest Nick Moss Band Carolyn Wonderland Tigerlilies Richey recently released her 16th album including live collections the superb Shakedown Soul Saturday at the Archway Ballroom stage a band from the Blues in the Schools educational program which also recently performed in Memphis during the International Blues Challenge gets the fest rolling at 5 15 p m Chuck Brisbin the Tuna Project Johnny Fink the Intrusion another IBC competitor this year The Leroy Ellington Band and The Jay Jesse Johnson Band complete Saturday s lineup on the Archway stage Also Saturday the first floor President s Room stage has Noah Wotherspoon G Miles Band Greg Schaber and The Medicine Men while the Tea Room stage features Leo Clarke Larry Bloomfield and Dayton s Chris Yakopcic yet another IBC competitor Advanced tickets are available at brownpapertickets com for 22 50 for Friday 25 for Saturday and 40 for a full weekend pass The full schedule and more info can be found at cincyblues org You can also download the Cincy Blues Fest app for iPhone or Android to keep the schedule at your fingertips Tigerlilies Take Over February One of Cincinnati s finest Rock bands ever The Tigerlilies is taking over Cincinnati in February No the band isn t invading City Hall that we know of but it is performing a free show each week this month in different clubs around town to support its latest release 123456 The EP was made available on digital

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  • Cheers to Big Joe
    legacy is living on and helping to build the future Since 2010 the foundation has organized performances and educational opportunities for thousands of Greater Cincinnati area school children while also raising money for various schools music programs Wednesday would have been the internationally acclaimed musician s 95th birthday and there have been some cool Big Joe happenings lately On Feb 6 a memorial plaque in honor of Duskin was dedicated at North Avondale s Sonny All Blues Cafe Lounge where Duskin used to perform On Wednesday at 7 p m the foundation presents a special fundraiser to help send Deer Park High School s marching band to Disney World The benefit held at the school at 8351 Plainfield Road in Deer Park will feature an all star band of area musicians including Randy Villars Wade Baker Marc Fields John Zappa Philip Paul and Art Gore performing the music of native Cincinnatian and saxophone legend Frank Foster an NEA Jazz Master who worked closely with the Count Basie Orchestra Advanced tickets for the show can be obtained by calling the school at 513 891 0010 This Friday and Saturday is the Cincy Winter Beerfest at the Duke Energy Convention Center 525 Elm St Downtown which is one of the primary funding outlets for the Big Joe Duskin Music Education Foundation The popular beer tasting event now in its ninth year offers hundreds of different craft beers from around the world For tickets to the popular festival and more info visit cincybeerfest com and beerfesttickets com To read more about Duskin and the foundation visit bigjoeduskin org Big Joe memorial video by Chuck Land More Local Notes Cincinnati Indie Rock band Comprador is holding down the free every Tuesday residency at The Comet 4579 Hamilton Ave Northside cometbar com for the month of February joined each week by a special guest this Tuesday it s Whitfield Crocker a project led by The Happy Maladies Benjamin Thomas while the reigning Cincinnati Entertainment Award winner for Singer Songwriter Kate Wakefield performs with the group on Feb Tweet SHARE PRINT COMMENT FONT SIZE RATE Related content MidPoint Submissi Six Feet Deep Fes Big Joe Duskin 2 Walk the Moon Pr Slothpop That s the Related to Cincinnati Music Big Joe Duskin Big Joe Duskin Music Education Foundation 23 In honor of the residency Comprador is digitally releasing a new song each Tuesday You can hear the new tracks at comprador bandcamp com Now A Fire by Comprador Esteemed local Jazz vocalist Kathy Wade was due to play a concert at Live at the Ludlow Garage 342 Ludlow Ave Clifton liveattheludlowgarage com around the holidays but the event was canceled The rescheduled date this Friday works out nicely though as the show is now a romantic music affair timed to Valentine s Day weekend Wade with Phil DeGreg on piano Mike Sharfe on bass and Art Gore on drums plays at 8 15 p m Tickets are 15 35 This Sunday starting at noon several area

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  • Cincinnati Entertainment Awards
    Sunday night Jan 31 at Covington s Madison Theater while there were certainly some repeat winners several first timers took home awards CEAs Best New Bands 2016 Mike Breen Jan 13 2016 12 13 am CityBeat s third annual Best New Bands issue will hopefully give you a look at some of the city s potential Next Big Things either locally or beyond the city limits while they still have that new band smell CEAs Bang Your Skulx The Skulx tap into the primal essence of Rock on self titled debut Brian Baker Jan 13 2016 12 22 am When Cincinnati rockers Foxy Shazam went on an extended and possibly permanent hiatus late in 2014 trumpeter Alex Nauth considered his next steps His higher gear became the seminal launch of The Skulx his first post Foxy project CEAs JSPH and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcareer JSPH envisions old school Soul through a 21st century filter on powerful 2015 EPs Rest and Rule Brian Baker Jan 13 2016 12 26 am Joseph Nevels has followed a tangled Google map of life paths in his brief existence But through all those disparate experiences Nevels never abandoned music CEAs Ready Set Go Go Cincinnati rockers Go Go Buffalo made waves in 2015 with a heavy eclectic and eccentric sound and live show Mike Breen Jan 13 2016 12 30 am With a progressive and heavy sound Cincinnati based foursome Go Go Buffalo made waves in 2015 by bringing its dynamic somewhat psychedelic sound to many different audiences CEAs Letting the Magic Happen Following his Come On Caboose solo project singer songwriter Coran Stetter embraces the band life with Multimagic Mike Breen Jan 13 2016 12 33 am Calling music infectious is a music critic cliché of the highest order But when watching Cincinnati Indie Pop band Multimagic perform at last year s big Bunbury Music Festival there was no other word to accurately describe the band s effect CEAs The Milk of Human Coconuts Coconut Milk joins the Cincinnati pantheon of Indie Rock greatness with its first two EPs Brian Baker Jan 13 2016 12 35 am At 6 feet 6 inches tall frontman Alex Baker is an imposing stage presence but he exhibits the same quiet reserve in conversation as he does when he s presenting his exuberantly melancholy Indie Pop songs in the live context CEAs Who Let the Dawgs In Dawg Yawp might be one of the most original and intricately considered bands in Cincinnati s musical history Brian Baker Jan 13 2016 12 39 am Although Dawg Yawp s Cincinnati Entertainment Award nomination for New Artist of Year accurately reflects its freshly minted band status nearly everything else about Rob Keenan and Tyler Randall dates back several years Place your votes for the 2016 Cincinnati Entertainment Awards here and read the entire Best New Bands 2016 issue here Voting ends Jan 21 ceremony takes place Jan 31 at Covington s Madison Theater Spill It Cincinnati Entertainment Awards Voting Opens Mike

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  • Spill It - Articles and News
    Packs OTR with Music All Weekend Plus Alone at 3AM Mohenjo Daro and The Cla Zels play gigs this weekend to promote new releases Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday October 7 2015 The AYE Music Art Festival founded in 2006 to raise money for various charities returns for its biggest fest yet this Friday Sunday Held at several venues in Over the Rhine proceeds from the 2015 edition of AYE will go to Boys Hope Girls Hope Spill It R I P Kevin Donahue Crowd funding project created in honor of The Pariahs singer and Cincinnati Roll Roll hero Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday September 30 2015 Beloved Garage Rock champion and singer for Cincinnati cult favorites The Pariahs Kevin Donahue died from cancer Sept 13 One of his longtime friends and bandmates recently started a GoFundMe campaign to give Donahue a proper burial and headstone and there are also plans in the works to make public unreleased Pariahs music showcase Donahue s artwork and present a concert party to further pay tribute to the late rocker Spill It Moonbow Goes Acoustic but Not Soft on New Release Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday September 23 2015 Northern Kentucky s Moonbow has been making a name for itself with the heavy Sabbath indebted sound exemplified on the group s impressive 2013 debut The End of Time which received glowing reviews from press outlets all over the world But instead of going down the same path for its second effort the foursome decided to throw a curveball in the form of an acoustic based album Spill It Royal Holland Continues to Blossom on Second EP Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday September 16 2015 Earlier this summer Newport Ky based singer songwriter Matt Mooney released the second of three planned EPs under his project named Royal Holland Volume Two Flamingo Spill It All Star Cincy Hip Hop Lineup Joins Talib Kweli Plus Leo Coffeehouse stars new season at former home and The Mitchells and concert nova team up for unique concert Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday September 9 2015 Some cross generational Cincinnati Hip Hop champs Hi Tek Donte from Mood and Buggs Tha Rocka are currently doing a series of Ohio dates with modern legend Talib Kweli including a Cincy stop at Bogart s Plus Leo Coffeehouse returns to Zion United Church of Christ in Norwood and The Mitchells and concert nova team up for a unique cross genre concert at the Woodward Spill It The Sundresses Triumph on New This Machine Kills Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday September 2 2015 One of Cincinnati s finest bands The Sundresses is returning to the record store shelves this week with a new album This Machine Kills The band hosts a free album release concert Saturday at MOTR Pub joined by Lexington Ky s excellent Ancient Warfare Spill It Get Folked Up at Whispering Beard Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday August 26 2015 The Whispering Beard Folk Festival returns to nearby Friendship Ind this

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  • Spill It - Articles and News
    Plus the East Price Hill Jazz Festival returns and the Porkopolis Pig Whiskey Festival offers great sampling of local Roots Americana Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday June 17 2015 As many of us are gearing up for summertime trips several local bands have plotted out working vacations embarking on road trips to spread the word about their music Spill It Chakras and Other Locals Celebrate New Releases Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday June 10 2015 After raising funds through a Kickstarter campaign Cincinnati rockers Chakras headed to California to record with one of the Rock world s top producers Joe Chiccarelli Known for his extensive pro Spill It Local Music at Bunbury Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday June 3 2015 Bunbury Music Festival taking place along the riverfront s Sawyer Point Park and Yeatman s Cove has some great Cincinnati acts scattered throughout Friday Saturday and Sunday each well worth adding to your itinerary Spill It Free Downtown Over the Rhine Music Series Heat Up Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday May 27 2015 Although summertime doesn t officially begin until June 21 the popular free music series at downtown s Fountain Square and Over the Rhine s Washington Park are officially in full swing starting this week Spill It Over the Rhine Raises Funds to Raise a Barn Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday May 20 2015 Band Over the Rhine announce fundraising concerts this weekend at its new barn turned performing arts center Nowhere Else Plus Americana Blues Bluegrass foursome The Goodle Boys celebrate their debut album and singer songwriter Billy Catfish throws a musical shindig Spill It The Part Time Gentlemen Launch Debut Album Plus West Chester s Buckeye BBQ Fest showcases local Blues and Walk the Moon continues to climb charts Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday May 13 2015 Americana trio The Part Time Gentlemen celebrate the release of Whiskey on My Breath with an afternoon party at Arnold s on Sunday the Buckeye BBQ Fest in West Chester showcases local Blues acts like Ricky Nye Inc and Noah Wotherspoon and Walk the Moon plays NBC s The Voice and continues to climb the charts Spill It Howard Brothers Go a Li l Faster on First Release in Seven Years Plus MusicLi project hosts happy hour Tunes Blooms dates rescheduled Salsa on the Square returns and the Applachian Festival showcases area Bluegrass acts Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday May 6 2015 Rock trio Howard Brothers Band release first new album in seven years this week new MusicLi project which will benefit local businesses and local musicians hosts an introductory happy hour the Tunes Blooms concerts at the Cincinnati Zoo begin rescheduled dates this week Salsa on the Square heats up Fountain Square starting Thursday and the 46th annual Appalachian Festival showcases numerous local Bluegrass artists Spill It Wilder Celebrates Debut Release Derby Day Plus Plastic Ants release vinyl version of their debut Ellery play book launch concert and Automagik delay EP Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday April 29

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