CityBeat - Spill It http://www.citybeat.com/cincinnati/articles.sec-86-1-spill_it.html <![CDATA[Cincinnati Entertainment Awards Honor Local Music for 18th Year - Wussy (and local music in general) win big at the 2015 CEAs]]>

It was another great celebration of the Greater Cincinnati music scene Sunday, Jan. 25 at Covington’s Madison Theater as CityBeat presented the Cincinnati Entertainment Awards for the 18th straight year.

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<![CDATA[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]]> 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.
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<![CDATA[Cincinnati Blues Hits the Road - Plus, Lonesome Jared and the Heart Attacks and New Strange celebrate new releases and Dan Faehnle celebrates Wes Montgomery]]> 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.
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<![CDATA[Chris Arduser Delivers Again with ‘Flibbertigibbet’ - Plus, next week brings the latest Best New Bands showcase and School of Rock Mason hosts a benefit concert]]> Veteran Cincinnati musician Chris Arduser releases his latest stellar solo album, Flibbertigibbet. Plus, the Best New Bands showcase lineup at Bogart's is announced and School of Rock Mason hosts a benefit concert for the Rock School Scholarship Fund.]]> <![CDATA[Let Local Music Help You Usher in 2015 - Plus, Annapalooza unites local musicians for a good cause]]>

Wednesday night is the perfect time for the uninitiated to go check out some of the fantastic musical acts from Greater Cincinnati’s especially strong music scene. Plus, numerous local acts team up to help a friend with the "Annapalooza" benefit concert.

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<![CDATA[Before 2015, Animal Circles Go to 'Summer Camp' - Plus, Zak Morgan and The Guitars offer musical celebrations for Christmas]]> Indie Rock trio Animal Circles closes out 2014 with its excellent new Summer Camp release. Plus, Zak Morgan and Ric Hordinski collaborate on a Christmas album and The Guitars perform their fifth annual Christmas night show.
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<![CDATA[Cincinnati Entertainment Award Nominees for 2015 Announced - ]]> The nominations for the 2015 Cincinnati Entertainment Awards, honoring Greater Cincinnati's incredible local music scene, are ready and voting starts Friday.
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<![CDATA[New Sincerity Works Turns Out ‘44’ - ]]>

Even given the extensive experience of all involved, 44 is a remarkably accomplished debut effort, with Tittel’s songwriting being the prime reason.

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<![CDATA[Cincinnati Dancing Pigs Celebrate New Release, Hall of Fame Induction - Plus, the Cincinnati Entertainment Awards seek public input into the nominating process this year]]> Long-running Americana group The Cincinnati Dancing Pigs celebrate their new album release and recent induction into the Jug Band Hall of Fame this weekend. Plus, the Cincinnati Entertainment Awards are seeking public feedback for 2015's music nominees.
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<![CDATA[JetLab Flies High on Diverse Debut - Plus, Ohio Knife gets its own beer and Kenton County Regulators and SHAG reunite]]>

Indie Dance Rock trio JetLab celebrates the release of its self-titled debut Friday, Ohio Knife reveals new beer made in their honor and the Kenton County Regulators and SHAG reunite this week.

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<![CDATA[Buffalo Killers Launch ‘Fireball of Sulk’ - Plus news on the Cincy Groove Music Festival, Bonesfest, Leggy and the Northside Record Fair]]> Cincinnati's Buffalo Killers issue a second excellent release in 2014, the new EP Fireball of Sulk. Plus, Cincy Groove Music Festival spotlights some of Cincy's top Americana acts, Bonesfest honors late local musician David Hebert, Leggy gets ready to go international and the Northside Record Fair returns.
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<![CDATA[The Hiders Return with Stunning New ‘Totem’ - Plus, friends celebrate David Rhodes Brown's 50th anniversary in music and the two-day Ironfest returns]]>

One of Cincinnati’s musical treasures, The Hiders, returns this week with another spectacular album, Totem. Plus, several friends,  peers and bandmates join forces to celebrate David Rhodes Brown's 50th anniversary of performing music and Ironfest V takes over Southgate House Revival on Friday and Saturday with stellar lineups for a good cause.

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<![CDATA[Ricky Nye Brings Back the Boogie - Plus news on Walk the Moon, Foxy Shazam and the second annual Guitars for Vets benefit]]> One of Cincinnati's most popular musicians, Ricky Nye, brings his Blues and Boogie Piano Summit back for its 15th year this weekend. Plus, Walk the Moon's new album, Talking is Hard, gets a release date, Foxy Shazam announce extended hiatus and Guitars for Vets presents its second annual benefit event Sunday.
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<![CDATA[Injecting Strangers Reward Patient Fans with ‘Patience, Child’ - Plus, live local music abounds on Halloween and Halloween eve]]> Cincinnati Progressive Pop crew Injecting Strangers celebrate the release of their debut full-length, Patience, Child. Plus, local music-related options for your Halloween and Halloween eve festivities.
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<![CDATA[Ingrid Woode Celebrates New CD/DVD Release - Plus, Sunday brings several cool local shows, including a multimedia event presented by IsWhat?, Mixtapes' last local show (for awhile) and a benefit for Larry Goshorn]]>

Ingrid Woode and The Woode Tribe Orchestra celebrate the release of their new CD/DVD package, Going LiVe In FiVe. Meanwhile, Sunday brings a wealth of great local shows, including a multimedia event presented by IsWhat?, Mixtapes' last local performance (for awhile) and a benefit concert for Larry Goshorn.

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<![CDATA[Phratry Records Celebrates 10 Years of Indie Label Greatness - Plus, Neltner’s Farm Fall Festival showcases local Americana artists and CCM grads swing with Gaga and Bennett]]> Local independent label Phratry Records celebrates its 10th anniversary with a jam-packed two-night showcase at the Southgate House Revival. Plus, Northern Kentucky's Neltner’s Farm Fall Festival showcases local Roots acts and several CCM grads have been busy backing Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett during promo rounds for their new album.
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<![CDATA[Public Celebrates New EP, Walk the Moon Tour Launch - Plus, Cincinnati Dronescape captures the sound of the city, Mayes Fest returns to Bellevue and Rocktober brings more local music to Fountain Square]]>

AltPop trio Public celebrates the release of a new EP, Let's Make It, and its impending tour with Walk the Moon this weekend at Rohs Street Cafe. Plus, the new Cincinnati Dronescape project uses natural "found sounds" distinct to Cincinnati, Rocktober on the Square offers free live music every Friday and Mayes Fest 2014 comes to Bellevue.

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<![CDATA[Mainstay Says, "Thank You, Good Night" - Plus, the good music fest vibes keep going with Bend in the River Art & Music Festival and Friendship Music Festival ]]> Downtown's Mainstay Rock Bar closes its doors after five and a half years of supporting local music. This weekend, they say farewell with free shows featuring The Dopamines, Zebras in Public, Lemon Sky, Pluto Revolts, Cincinnati Royals and many others. Plus, the music festival buzz doesn't have to end after last weekend's big MidPoint Music Festival. This weekend, check out the Bend in the River Art & Music Festival in Price Hill and the Friendship Music Festival in Indiana. ]]> <![CDATA[Show the Locals Some Love at MidPoint - ]]>

With the MidPoint Music Festival returning this Thursday-Saturday, numerous musical acts from around the world will be performing at venues throughout Over-the-Rhine and Downtown. But there are also several artists playing MPMF who don’t have to travel far at all.

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<![CDATA[Walk the Moon Gears Up for New Album Release - Plus, local happenings]]>

The reigning Cincinnati Entertainment Award winner of Artist of the Year honors, Alt Pop quartet Walk the Moon, is finally set to release its second album for RCA Records.

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