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Music: SuperJam 2015

0 Comments · Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Though it’s (obviously) wintertime, organizers of SuperJam 2015 will create an outdoor music festival atmosphere indoors at Tori’s Station in Fairfield on Saturday.  
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2015 Cincinnati Entertainment Awards: The Winners

{CommentsCant} · Monday, January 26, 2015
It was another great celebration of the Greater Cincinnati music scene Sunday night at Covington’s Madison Theater, as CityBeat presented the Cincinnati Entertainment Awards for the 18th straight year. The eclecticism of our local music scene was on display via excellent performances by nominees Mad Anthony, The Cliftones, Young Heirlooms, Zebras in Public, The...  

It’s Cincinnati Entertainment Awards Time

Plus, friends celebrate the life of pioneering promoter Bill Leist, Multimagic debuts new lineup and local bands duke it out on the billiards table

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 21, 2015
The 18th annual Cincinnati Entertainment Awards return this Sunday at Covington's Madison Theater. Plus, friends celebrate the life of pioneering concert promoter Bill Leist, Multimagic debuts new lineup and four local bands duke it out on the billiards table for charity.
  

The Delta Saints with Moonshine & Wine

Thursday • Southgate House Revival

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 21, 2015
This is the kind of band that, while enticing on record, really shines in a live setting.  

U.K. Venue Heroes Ban Selfie Stick

Plus, a Milwaukee radio station banned Seattle music to help a football team win a big game and the cassette tape comeback is still a thing

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Several top music venues in the U.K. have decided to ban "selfie sticks" at concerts, breaking the hearts of the country's narcissistic music lovers. Plus, a Wisconsin radio station bans all Seattle-spawned music from its playlist to help the Packers get to the Super Bowl (whoops!) and the mild comeback of the cassette as a music format continues, with Disney getting in on the action.
  

Event: Black to the Future: Afrofuturistic Music

0 Comments · Tuesday, January 20, 2015
This week’s “Black to the Future” event will be a discussion and exploration of Afrofuturistism in music, led by internationally renowned Cincinnati musician Napoleon Maddox and Mildred Fallen.  

Music: The Delta Saints

0 Comments · Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Few band names capture a group’s essence like “Delta Saints” fits this crew.   
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LISTEN: 2015 'Best New Bands’ Showcase Performers

A preview of the artists performing Saturday at Bogart’s for this year’s new local music showcase

{CommentsCant} · Friday, January 16, 2015
Saturday night, be sure to head to Bogart’s for this year's "Best New Bands" showcase, presented by CityBeat and featuring performances by some of the local musical acts you should keep your eye on this year. 
The 2015 showcase features all of this year’s  
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Cincinnati Entertainment Awards Voting Ends Soon

The deadline to vote for this year’s CEAs is Thursday night at midnight

{CommentsCant} · Wednesday, January 14, 2015
The 18th annual Cincinnati Entertainment Awards ceremony/party, presented by CityBeat to honor Greater Cincinnati’s amazing music scene, is just around the corner. The show — featuring performances by nominees like Young Heirlooms, Buggs tha Rocka, Mad Anthony, Injecting Strangers, The Cliftones and more — is set for Sunday, Jan. 25 at   

Cincinnati Blues Hits the Road

Plus, Lonesome Jared and the Heart Attacks and New Strange celebrate new releases and Dan Faehnle celebrates Wes Montgomery

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Local Blues artists The Whiskey Shambles and The Sonny Moorman Group prepare to head to Memphis to compete in the annual International Blues Challenge. Plus, the CEAs are just around the corner, Lonesome Jared and the Heart Attacks and New Strange celebrate new releases and Dan Faehnle tributes Jazz guitar legend Wes Montgomery.