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Voting for the 2015 Cincinnati Entertainment Awards Starts Now

The ballot box is open for the public to vote for some of the best and brightest musical acts in Greater Cincinnati

The nominations for the 2015 Cincinnati Entertainment Awards, honoring Greater Cincinnati’s fantastic music scene, were announced Wednesday and now it’s your turn to weigh in.  Click here to go to the CEA ballot and vote now. The 18th annual Cincinnati Entertainment Awards ceremony/party, where the winners for each category will be announced and several acts will perform, returns to Covington’s Madison Theater on Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015. So far, Young Heirlooms, Injecting Strangers, Mad Anthony, The Cliftones and Buggs tha Rocka are confirmed to play the CEAs this year. Stay tuned for further info; tickets are available here. An educated voter is the best kind of voter, so why not actually check out some or all of the artists for whom you are voting? Below you will find links to the artists’ pages on the excellent local music site cincymusic.com (thanks, CIncyMusic!) featuring links, music, bios and more. (The final three “Critical Achievement” categories are not voted on by the public but rather the CEA nominating committee, but you should still totally check all of those acts out, too.)  Happy voting! Bluegrass: Comet Bluegrass Allstars Rumpke Mountain Boys My Brother’s Keeper Rattlesnakin’ Daddies The Missy Werner Band Mamadrones  Country:  Dallas Moore Bulletville Jeremy Pinnell Noah Smith 90 Proof Twang Pure Grain Folk/Americana:  Young Heirlooms Arlo McKinley & The Lonesome Sound Buffalo Wabs & The Price Hill Hustle Elk Creek The Tillers Shiny and the Spoon World Music/Reggae:  The Cliftones Junya Be Lagniappe Baoku Moses & the Image Afro-beat Band Elementree Livity Project Keshvar Project Rock:  Honeyspiders Mad Anthony Wussy Buffalo Killers Pop Goes the Evil Frontier Folk Nebraska  Metal/Hard Rock:  Electric Citizen Winterhymn Chakras Valley of the Sun Zebras in Public Close to Home Singer/Songwriter:  Arlo McKinley Noah Smith Jody Stapleton Jeremy Pinnell Rob Fetters Molly Sullivan  Indie/Alternative:  DAAP Girls The Yugos PUBLIC The Hiders State Song Injecting Strangers Punk:  Tweens Subsets Kill City The Dopamines Black Planet Vacation Blues:  Ricky Nye The Whiskey Shambles Kelly Richey Noah Wotherspoon Sonny Moorman Group John Ford R&B/Funk/Soul:  The Almighty Get Down The Perfect Children Under New Order Ingrid Woode Freekbass & The Bump Assembly The Cincy Brass Jazz:  The Faux Frenchmen Phil DeGreg and Brasilia The Hot Magnolias Art & Science Blue Wisp Big Band Animal Mother Hip Hop:  Eugenius Eclipse Buggs tha Rocka Valley High Trademark Aaron Counterfeit Money Machine Electronic:  Ethosine Dream Tiger Playfully Yours Black Signal Dark Colour umin Best Live Act:  The Almighty Get Down Wussy Tweens Mad Anthony Young Heirlooms Injecting Strangers Best Music Video:  Wussy – “North Sea Girls” Rob Fetters – “Desire” Mad Anthony – “Sank for Days” Injecting Strangers – “Detroit” Sleep – “I Shot Lincoln” Tweens - “Forever” The Tillers – “Willy Dear” Trademark Aaron – “Gold” Critical Achievement Awards Album of the Year:  Tweens – Tweens Pop Goes the Evil – Love Stained Heart 500 Miles to Memphis – Stand There and Bleed Wussy – Attica! Rob Fetters – Saint Ain’t Arlo McKinley & The Lonesome Sound – Arlo McKinley and the Lonesome Sound The Almighty Get Down – People, This Is … Buffalo Killers – Heavy Reverie New Artist of the Year:  Dream Tiger Honeyspiders PRIM Elk Creek Leggy Noah Smith Artist of the Year:  Electric Citizen Tweens Mad Anthony Wussy The Tillers Buffalo Killers
 
 

Lagartha with Kate Wakefield

Wednesday • MOTR Pub

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Lagartha does Doom with a quiet fury and a roiling undercurrent that is deceptively Ambient and menacingly insistent.  

MC Till and All That Jazz

Local Hip Hop artists teams with all-star group of area players for Jazz/Hip Hop album

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Saturday, local Hip Hop artist MC Till celebrates the release of his Jazz/Hip Hop fusion album, The Neighborhood, featuring veteran local artists like Ric Hordinski, John Von Ohlen, Steve Schmidt and more.  

Reality for the Holidays

Over the Rhine returns for another “reality Christmas” and news of a new venue

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 17, 2014
With Blood Oranges in the Snow, Over the Rhine treats the Christmas album as a major artistic statement that questions the holiday’s celebratory nature as much as it acknowledges it.    

Adrian Belew Power Trio with Saul Zonana

Sunday • 20th Century Theater

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Belew’s versatile, inventive guitar playing can move from heavy riffing to light-as-air atmospheric in a moment’s notice.   

Cincinnati Entertainment Award Nominees for 2015 Announced

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 17, 2014
The nominations for the 2015 Cincinnati Entertainment Awards, honoring Greater Cincinnati's incredible local music scene, are ready and voting starts Friday.  

Cincinnati Entertainment Award Nominees for 2015 Announced

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 17, 2014
The nominees for the 18th annual Cincinnati Entertainment Awards showcase strength and diversity of Greater Cincinnati's music scene.  

Steelism

Friday • MOTR Pub

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 17, 2014
In the studio and especially on stage, Steelism runs through its blistering originals and brilliant covers with a palpable sense of reverence and a breakneck intensity.   

Tab Benoit with Samantha Fish and The Sonny Moorman Group

Thursday • Madison Theater

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 17, 2014
David Bowie and Neil Young will reinvent themselves at the drop of a press release and without the slightest provocation, but Tab Benoit is as reliable as the sun and just as warm and welcome.  

Shamble On

Cincinnati’s The Whiskey Shambles aged in the barrel for years before tapping into their top-shelf Blues

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 12, 2014
The Whiskey Shambles’ membership seems like the set-up to an elaborate shaggy dog joke.  

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