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from May 26, 2015 to Jul 26, 2015 | Move Back - Move Forward

May 29 5pm-9pm  
Chuck & James - Acoustic Heroes
For more than a decade, Chuck Grady and James Evanshine have been entertaining crowds of live music lovers with their onstage antics and acoustic renditions of classic Rock, Rhythm and Blues music. These Acoustic Heroes bring personality and fun to familiar classic sing-a-longs as well as finding an unheard of sonic gem or ten sprinkled in their set list.
Over the years and through several three piece experiments as the Three Kings, Chuck and James emerged as the
"World's Smallest Quartet", concentrating on artists from the 60's to today such as Steely Dan, The Grateful Dead, The Beatles, Crosby, Stills and Nash, Both Elvis's, Old Crow Medicine Show, Jackson Brown, Gillian Welch,The Eagles, Joe Jackson, Modern English, Queen, Toad The Wet Sprocket, and so many more, I'm running out of room. The life blood of these two talents is their quest to continue to add songs to their repertoire
May 30 2pm-5pm  
David Mullikin
David is a singer songwriter who performs around the Dayton and Cincinnati area. He also performs on a regular basis at the world famous Bluebird Cafe in Nashville TN. In addition to performing his origional tunes, David covers artists such as Tim Mcgraw, Blake Shelton, Neil Diamond, Elvis, Trace Adkins, Johnny Cash, Luke Bryan, Conway Twitty, along with many others.
May 30 5pm-9pm  
Julie Stinchcomb Quintet
Harmony Hill is pleased to welcome The Julie Stinchcomb Quintet. Celebrating 13 years as vocalist for The Monday Night Big Band in Anderson Township. Julie has formed a Quintet with the rhythm section of the Big Band consisting of Paul Chiappone on piano, Jim Schengber on bass, Dave Koenig on drums and Jerry Ramsey on sax and flute. The Quintet has been pleasing audiences with their standard collections from the 30's to the 80's. You are sure to enjoy their musical journey.
Jun 5 5pm-9pm  
Meridian
Meridian is the acoustic duo of Karen Dietrich and Criss Henry. For the past 15 years we’ve been playing in and around the tri-state area. From wineries, to bars and private parties, we’ve played pretty much everywhere. We’ve even been known to turn up on a radio show now and then. This past year Meridian has been trying to add to their song list, adding new songs by some newer artists, as well as older, classic rock. Our interests are always growing and expanding, from newer artists like Brandi Carlisle and Rodrigo y Gabriela to Gaelic Storm.
We describe our acoustic sound as Folk-n- Roll.
Please visit our FaceBook page at www.facebook.com/MeridianFolknRoll
Jun 6 2pm-5pm  
KJ Summerville
KJ Summerville is a dedicated, lifelong professional musician. He is the winner of multiple Cammy awards including best instrumentalist. He has played lead guitar and vocals with The Stagger Lee band, been featured as vocalist and guitarist at some of the regions' biggest churches and has been performing as a solo artist for years now. His style is extremely diverse but as a solo artist he comes from the James Taylor school of smooth. A typical show from KJ might include The Beatles, Dan Fogelberg, James Taylor, Duke Ellington and Jimi hendrix. His easy rappore with the audience includes lots of personal anecdotes, some of them even true. We are truly excited about featuring KJ on The HIll. more info
Jun 6 5pm-9pm  
Anna and Milovan
Anna and Milovan, a father-daughter duo from Cincinnati has been playing throughout the tri-state for the past 6 years. They perform both covers and originals with a style and influence that spans genres and generations. Their "something for everyone" approach has created a show which surprises audiences and leaves no one disappointed. Only here can you hear covers of Bonnie Raitt, Adele, the Eurythmics, Bob Dylan, and Etta James at the same time. As their family has grown with Anna's marriage, so has their duo. Anna's husband Luke often performs with this duo on bass. You're guaranteed to enjoy this unique blues, pop, folk group.
http://annaandmilovan.com/
Jun 12 5pm-9pm  
John Ford
Harmony Hill is pleased to welcome back Singer-Songwriter, John Ford for his fifth season performing on the Hill. John performs a unique mix of American Roots, Traditional Blues and Soulful Classic Rock. Ford is a veteran of the Cincinnati music scene, playing classic rock, punk and alt country in various bands, influenced by everything from classic & college rock to country blues. currently playing a repertoire of self-composed American roots music. “I’ve been writing songs since my early teens” John explains, “Whether it be songs I’ve written or an old song from the 1930’s, I play what I fall in love with. Many times people ask if I’m doing all original music; sometimes I do, depending on the venue, but sometimes it’s just an old Son House song or a new Chris Smither song that people have never heard, that I consider to be great. http://www.johnfordblues.com/
Jun 13 2pm-5pm  
'Rockin' George LaVigne
George LaVigne is a singer/songwriter who lives in the greater Cincinnati area. He has a passion for music, and plays a mix of classic rock, blues, and country, and some original songs as well. Let Rockin' George take you back in time with the music of our lives.
Jun 13 5pm-9pm  
Raggedy Edge
Raggedy Edge believes no winery, restaurant, coffee shop, retirement home, house concert, fair or festival should be without upbeat, good time, Modern Folk music.

Lynn Perdzock's sultry, smooth, mocha latte vocals mix perfectly with Bob Farley's crunchy baritone-tenor. His crafty guitar wizardry puts the edge on Lynn's rhythm guitar and mandolin work. Wrap it all up with an easy-going, fun rapport, and you have Raggedy Edge, the perfect solution for any and all situations.

Formed in the spring of 2011 after a chance meeting at an open mic at a coffee house in Fairborn, Ohio, Raggedy Edge has built a musical identity that loops and twists through the adult contemporary pop country rock folk music scene. Their upbeat songs and offbeat banter will keep you smiling, rocking, and feeling good long after the show is over. http://www.bobfarley.com/raggedyedgemusic/index.html
Jun 19 5pm-9pm  
Doc Dan 'The Man Stands Alone'
Harmony Hill is pleased to welcome back Cincinnati's best known Veterinarian and musician, "Doc" Dan Meakin for an evening of solo performance. Dan's style coupled with 60s-90s favorites are sure to please all. Admission is free, but donations are appreciated, benefiting "Friends of Noah" Stray Adoption Program at AllCreatures Animal Hospital. more info
Jun 20 2pm-5pm  
Michela
Having grown up in Georgetown, Kelly has been singing with her family in front of crowds since she was old enough to stand. Her talent has blown us away on The Hill since 2009. She stages like she has been singing professionally for years. With influences like Patti Griffin, Stevie Nicks and Joni Mitchell, this singer/songwriter's bluesey folk/rock style will blow you away as well, as she performs both covers and originals. Since Kelly is now pursuing her music career in Nashville, we have only one chance to hear her on The Hill Center Stage in 2015. Don't miss out.
Jun 20 2pm-6pm  
Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue Adopt-a-Pet
Come out to The Hill and meet the friendly Doberman Pinschers of the Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue (SWODR)*. Dobermans are smart, loving and loyal dogs that make wonderful pets and family members. Our volunteers work hard to help the many Dobes abandoned in high-kill shelters, found on the streets, or surrendered by distressed owners receive the love and care they deserve. We evaluate our dogs’ temperaments and suitability for living with other dogs, cats and children so that their new homes are their happy forever homes. Current adopter and foster families are welcome to come and mingle with your four-legged family members!
Jun 20 5pm-9pm  
Bryon Cox Band
Bryon Cox until 5pm
Bryon Cox is a local Singer / Songwriter from the Bethel Area who has spent his life honing his craft and drawing influence from artists like Alan Jackson, Merle Haggard, Kenny Chesney and many others. His latest CD, "In The Game" is a reflection of those influences with a mix of traditional and Modern Country. What a great way to spend a quiet Saturday afternoon, listening to local solo talent on The Hill.
Bryon is an artist you definitely want to watch as his star rises.
Jun 27 2pm-5pm  
Don Brockmeier
A lifelong resident of Northern Kentucky, Don Brockmeier entertains with a repertoire of favorites from the 1950s through 2014, and genres ranging from folk, soft rock and country to blues and light jazz. Love songs and ballads are graced with lighthearted fingerpicking and passionate tenor tones, and popular soft rock tunes are punctuated with a gritty, enthralling pulse. Don’s performances have delighted audiences of all ages. http://donbrockmeiermusic.weebly.com/
Jun 27 5pm-9pm  
Electric Daydream Band
Electric Daydream is a four piece 60’s and 70's classic rock band based in the Cincinnati area. The individual band members have been involved in the regional music scene over the last fifteen years in various bands and projects. Their focus is on upbeat entertainment giving audiences the sounds of the golden era of classic rock and roll. They cover many songs from the British Invasion, mid-60’s Power Pop, the Psychedelic late 60’s through the Classic Rock of the first half of the 1970’s. Electric Daydream’s mission statement is to give our fans “The Music You Forgot You Knew”.
Jul 3 5pm-9pm  
Summy and Ray
Guitarist Summers Hagerman has held the guitar chair in the popular Swingtime 18-piece dance band for the past decade, and performs jazz improvisation with many smaller combos around greater Cincinnati/NKy. His main influences are Hank Garland, Wes Montgomery, Kenny Poole, Freddie Green, Cal Collins and Joe Pass. Summers connects with fans of classic standards, expressive jazz harmony and hard-swinging improvisation."
Ray Heckman is a musicians musician and is known and well-respected throughout the tri-state region by top jazz and R&B players. He has been singing and playing saxophone on melodies from The Great American Songbook, songs from the Big Band Era through the 60's and70's--- from Frank Sinatra to Willie Nelson--- Glenn Miller to Michael Buble.
Jul 4 2pm-5pm  
Meridian
Meridian is the acoustic duo of Karen Dietrich and Criss Henry. For the past 15 years we’ve been playing in and around the tri-state area. From wineries, to bars and private parties, we’ve played pretty much everywhere. We’ve even been known to turn up on a radio show now and then. This past year Meridian has been trying to add to their song list, adding new songs by some newer artists, as well as older, classic rock. Our interests are always growing and expanding, from newer artists like Brandi Carlisle and Rodrigo y Gabriela to Gaelic Storm.
We describe our acoustic sound as Folk-n- Roll.
Please visit our FaceBook page at www.facebook.com/MeridianFolknRoll
Jul 4 5pm-9pm  
P&P Woodfired Pizza Truck
Jul 4 5pm-9pm  
Chuck & James - Acoustic Heroes
For more than a decade, Chuck Grady and James Evanshine have been entertaining crowds of live music lovers with their onstage antics and acoustic renditions of classic Rock, Rhythm and Blues music. These Acoustic Heroes bring personality and fun to familiar classic sing-a-longs as well as finding an unheard of sonic gem or ten sprinkled in their set list.
Over the years and through several three piece experiments as the Three Kings, Chuck and James emerged as the
"World's Smallest Quartet", concentrating on artists from the 60's to today such as Steely Dan, The Grateful Dead, The Beatles, Crosby, Stills and Nash, Both Elvis's, Old Crow Medicine Show, Jackson Brown, Gillian Welch,The Eagles, Joe Jackson, Modern English, Queen, Toad The Wet Sprocket, and so many more, I'm running out of room. The life blood of these two talents is their quest to continue to add songs to their repertoire
Jul 10 5pm-9pm  
Tim Snyder
Tim is from a musical family and has been playing guitar since the age of 4. His grassroots revert back to Bluegrass Music as a kid. His entire family still plays music to this day. He grew up singing everything from Bill Monroe and the Osborne Brothers to George Jones and Merle Haggard. His versatile vocals range from the easy listening tunes of James Taylor and Jimmy Buffett to the classic rock hits of Bob Seger and the Eagles.
Jul 11 2pm-5pm  
KJ Summerville
KJ Summerville is a dedicated, lifelong professional musician. He is the winner of multiple Cammy awards including best instrumentalist. He has played lead guitar and vocals with The Stagger Lee band, been featured as vocalist and guitarist at some of the regions' biggest churches and has been performing as a solo artist for years now. His style is extremely diverse but as a solo artist he comes from the James Taylor school of smooth. A typical show from KJ might include The Beatles, Dan Fogelberg, James Taylor, Duke Ellington and Jimi hendrix. His easy rappore with the audience includes lots of personal anecdotes, some of them even true. We are truly excited about featuring KJ on The HIll. more info
Jul 11 5pm-9pm  
Wild Honey Band
The Wild Honey Band plays a broad range of standards, blues, jazz, pop and originals. Dance or reminisce to familiar sounds and rhythms while you enjoy the band's performance of the tunes you know and love. Regardless of your musical taste, you're sure to enjoy the sweet flavor of Wild Honey.
Jul 17 5pm-9pm  
Mick and Jill
Mick and Jill love making music. Their goal is to convey that same passion to others. be it at a wine tasting, restaurant, or private venue or occasion. They enjoy bringing back memories with classics from the 70's and 80's, to current contemporary songs. There's something for everyone whether it's Folk, Americana, Country, or Rock 'n Roll. And, there's always a handful of originals. You'll here music from Lyle Lovett to John Mayer Beatles to Steely Dan, as well as Patty Griffin, Joni Mitchell, and Allison Krauss. You can "friend" them on facebook (mickandjill@facebook.com), or be part of their email list at mickandjill@gmail.com.
Jul 18 2pm-5pm  
Meg Renee
She is a fun and relatable singer/songwriter. Meg Renee strives to write passionate and soulful lyrics and has since she started performing at age thirteen. Now eighteen years old, Meg continues to play and grow as an artist, having just released her debut album "Dream Awake". Her love of performing has motivated her to play anywhere she can, including farmers markets, concert venues, festivals, restaurants, and even a few weddings, all within the Ohio area. Writing and performing all original music influenced by pop, folk, and blues, Meg appeals to all ages with her melodic and unique songs. Music inspires her, and the joy she gets from performing is evident when she gets in front of a crowd, making her truly entertaining. She continues to write and play as she looks for more and more opportunities. Any events she is in are listed on her website www.megrenee.com
Jul 18 5pm-9pm  
Galactic Cowboy Orchestra
The Galactic Cowboy Orchestra is a Minneapolis-based Jazzgrass Art-Rock band that sounds like Bela Fleck meets Rush, goes out to breakfast with John Coltrane, and gets home in time to go golfing with Jeff Beck. They fuse a mixture of jazz, classical, bluegrass, art-rock, Indian ragas and their own original stylings to create a unique genre. GCO's instrumentation includes guitar, fiddle, bass and drums. The widely versatile instrumentals and vocals are accessible to music-lovers of all ages!

This will be the band’s 4th time at Harmony Hill and they’ll be playing an ACOUSTIC TRIO show this time around! It’s going to be super stellar fun!! Check out the band on social media or on their website: http://galacticcowboyorchestra.com/
Jul 24 5pm-9pm  
Scott Dawson
Scott Dawson will be returning to Harmony Hill in 2014 with a new 12 song CD project entitled "80 Miles To Nashville". He will be performing many of his new songs along with classic pop, rock and country covers that have inspired his songwriting. Still aspiring to someday appear on the Grand Ole Opry, he has appeared on the stages of the "Wheeling Jamboree", "Renfro Valley", "Lebanon Grand Opry House" and RFD-TV's "Shotgun Red Variety Show". His first two CD's "Dedicated Man" and "Many Years From Now" will be available with special Harmony Hill pricing. A hand-clapping-toe-tapping, energetic and engaging good time is what you'll experience with Scott! www.scottdawsonmusic.com
Jul 25 2pm-5pm  
Alex Fekkos
Alex Fekkos began his songwriting journey at 5 years old listening to Tom T. Hall singing “Sneaky Snake” and “I Love”. Influenced by the great singer/songwritersfrom Waylon Jennings to John Denver, he writes country music stories. Words and melodies that draw you into the human experience where a single phrase or word can make you smile or bring a tear to your eye. When his company relocated in 2000 leaving him jobless and pondering life, he decided to pick up a guitar and learn how to use music to bring his lyrics to life. He learned that songwriting is much more than just rhyming ‘June’ and ‘moon’. Songwriting is finding the right note and the right word for every second of a song. He knows he has it right when the listener is wrapped in the words and melody and no longer is listening to the singer, but living the song. www.alexfekkosmusic.com
Jul 25 5pm-9pm  
Tracy Walker
Tracy Walker is an award winning singer songwriter who has been at the forefront of Cincinnati's vibrant music scene for over a decade. Her soulful musical style sits at the crossroads of Folk, Rock, Latin, Jazz, Blues and even country. Tracy has shared the stage with Joe Cocker, Sally Taylor, Blessid Union of Souls, and many others and was a 2011 Taft Museum of Art Duncanson Artist-in-Residency Awardee. Tracy Walker will entertain your mind and move your soul. Come join her for an intimate night of acoustic music accompanied by her sultry voice that refreshes your palate.

 

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