CityBeat - CEA Music http://www.citybeat.com/cincinnati/articles.sec-206-1-cea_music.html <![CDATA[2013 Music Nominees and Winners - ]]> <![CDATA[2010 Music Nominees and Winners - ]]> <![CDATA[2011 Music Nominees and Winners - ]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow - The Cincinnati Entertainment Awards celebrates 15 years of honoring local music's past, present and future]]>

Fifteen years ago, the first Cincinnati Entertainment Awards ceremony was held at the long-defunct Over-the-Rhine nightclub Sycamore Gardens. The mission of the CEAs was intact from the start — spotlight Greater Cincinnati’s original music scene, engage our readers via public voting for nominees and put together a fun shindig/ceremony that people will talk about until ... at least the next year’s event. 

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<![CDATA[And the Winners Are … - Foxy Shazam's performance and three awards highlight fast, fun night at the 2010 CEAs]]> On Nov. 21 at Covington's Madison Theater, Cincinnati Entertainment Awards were presented in 19 categories. An even mix of previous CEA victors (Freekbass, Dallas Moore Band, Ricky Nye) and first-time nominees (I Am the Messenger, Mad Anthony, Pop Empire), winners received the trademark CEA "trophy," a groovy hand-painted faux-"Gold Record" plaque.]]> <![CDATA[CEA Music Nominees Announced - Public voting determines winners in 16 categories]]> The nominees for the 14th annual Cincinnati Entertainment Awards for Music are in. Winners in 16 public categories are being chosen through public voting, while three Critical Achievement categories are decided by the CEA nominating committee. The 2010 class of nominations features the usual mix of veteran artists and newer, up-and-coming acts. Awards will be announced Nov. 21 at the Madison Theater.]]> <![CDATA[1999 Music Nominees and Winners - ]]> <![CDATA[1998 Music Nominees and Winners - ]]> <![CDATA[1997 Music Nominees and Winners - ]]> <![CDATA[2002 Music Nominees and Winners - ]]> <![CDATA[2001 Music Nominees and Winners - ]]> <![CDATA[2000 Music Nominees and Winners - ]]> <![CDATA[2003 Music Nominees and Winners - ]]> <![CDATA[Not Bad at All - Bad Veins, Seedy Seeds takes top honors at rockin' CEA show]]> The music of Cincinnati (past, present and future) was on glorious display at Covington's Madison Theater Nov. 22 at the 2009 Cincinnati Entertainment Awards for Music. The "bar" ambiance (and Kentucky's love of smoking) kept everyone inside, though we heard many of the old "my clothes and hair smell" complaints. Fear not: Official CEA 2010 gasmasks and Hazmat suits are being produced as you read this.]]> <![CDATA[CEA Show Details - ]]> Get all the details about Sunday night's CEA show, performers, tickets and special surprises as well as the scoop on the wonderful people who helped to make the Cincinnati Entertainment Awards possible.]]> <![CDATA[Special CEA Ticket Offer - Discounted Tickets For CEA Voters and VIPs]]> <![CDATA[CEA Music Peformers Announced, Tickets on Sale - ]]> The 2009 Cincinnati Entertainment Awards for Music will be handed out Sunday, Nov. 22 at the Madison Theater in Covington. Live performances include The Lions Rampant, Magnolia Mountain, You You're Awesome, II Juicy, Small Time Crooks and Brian Olive. Tickets are $15 in advance and $18 at the door.]]> <![CDATA[Herzog Historical Marker a Go - ]]> The historical marker proposed for the former site of Herzog Studios downtown has been approved. Thanks to the hard work of the Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation, the marker will be installed at the site (where Hank Williams recorded trademark tunes like "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry") on Sunday, Nov. 22, the day of the Cincinnati Entertainment Awards.]]> <![CDATA[H-Bomb Ferguson (2007) - ]]> Forget blow-dried scenesters and self-absorbed spotlight stealers. It's original and compelling artists like H-Bomb Ferguson that halls of fame were designed to lionize for the lucky contemporaries who knew the man and for the envious generations who will only know his music. While the CEA Hall of Fame induction came posthumously, H-Bomb knew he was loved as one of Cincinnati's most outrageously colorful musical figures.]]>