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Harmony Hill's Event List

from Jul 27, 2016 to Sep 26, 2016 | Move Back - Move Forward

Jul 29 5pm-9pm  
Mic 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 30 5pm-9pm  
P and P Woodfired Pizza Truck
Jul 30 5pm-9pm  
The Weathered Road
We are very excited to premier a Burgh band from our home city on The Hill Center Stage this summer. The Weathered Road is the journey that any artist takes when they decide to turn a passion into a reality. Their music is lyrically motivating, harmony focused, and percussion driven. Listeners can anticipate "riding the wave" of human emotion and going on a journey that takes them anywhere they want to go. They are often likened to Dave Matthews Band and John Mayer for their warm vocals but also for the sheer and raw power of their songs.
It has been, and will always be, a collaborative effort. One that includes the good folks that become part of the family from town to town and city to city. https://www.facebook.com/WeatheredRoad
Aug 5 5pm-9pm  
Julie Stinchcomb Quintet
Harmony Hill is pleased to welcome The Julie Stinchcomb Quintet. Celebrating 14 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.
Aug 6 2pm-5pm  
Summer Sessions - Open Mic
Back by popular demand, The Hill Center Stage will feature some of the area's best amateur musicians, comedians, story tellers and actors as we open our stage to what has become a crowd favorite. So bring your guitar, tuba, flutaphone or whatever you have been wanting to do in front of a crowd and enjoy the afternoon on The Hill. Our sound system will be set up and raring to go.
Aug 6 5pm-9pm  
SWS - Secret Writers Society
The Secret writers society are a group of local songwriters in the Cincinnati area that have been playing together for the last ten years. With a mix of country, Rock, blues, and pop, the original songs from this group are sure to capture your imagination and attention and blend in with a great evening of wine tasting. The group consists of Tim Skeen, Alex Fekkos, David Blowers, Greg Althammer, and Gary White.
Aug 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.
Aug 13 5pm-9pm  
KJ Summerville
Quickly becoming one of Cincinnati’s most sought after solo performers, KJ’s eclectic mix of styles ranging from 70’s folk rock to pop and country to classic rock make him one of the most versatile acts out there. His performances are always from the heart and feel friendly and intimate no matter how big or small the venue. His exceptional talent is only surpassed by his love of music and his desire to pass it on. We are extremely excited to be part of KJ's Solo Summer of 2016.
Aug 19 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.
Aug 20 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:
Aug 20 5pm-9pm  
P and P Woodfired Pizza Truck
Aug 26 5pm-9pm  
Mic 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.
Aug 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”.
Sep 2 5pm-9pm  
Elia Burkhart with Mike Connolly
Growing up in Cincinnati, OH, Elia Burkhart has been singing and writing songs for over 10 years. He has played as a sideman in several local and touring bands, as well as performing as a soloist and leading his own groups. His songs fall in a spectrum from blues to country to rock n' roll, and have garnered comparisons to Gram Parsons and the Beatles.
Mike Connolly is a Cincinnati-based lead guitarist and vocalist who has performed regionally since 2007. He has performed in several Cincinnati bands, as well as alongside members of Parliament-Funkadelic. Mike and Elia met on a gig in 2015 and have been performing together ever since.
Sep 3 2pm-5pm  
Summer Sessions - Open Mic
Back by popular demand, The Hill Center Stage will feature some of the area's best amateur musicians, comedians, story tellers and actors as we open our stage to what has become a crowd favorite. So bring your guitar, tuba, flutaphone or whatever you have been wanting to do in front of a crowd and enjoy the afternoon on The Hill. Our sound system will be set up and raring to go.
Sep 3 5pm-9pm  
Bromwell Diehl Band
Bromwell-Diehl Band formed in late 1997 when songwriter/guitarist Paul Bromwell (The Young Invaders, Suits That Rock, Blaze), vocalist Elaine Diehl and bassist/saxophonist/ Jan Diehl of Elaine and The Biscaynes joined forces to play some music and record a CD, "Heaven In Your Eyes" was released in 1998. Two more albums, "Through My Eyes" and "Memphis Limousine" were subsequently released. BDB has enjoyed playing all over the area and was nominated for a Cincinnati Entertainment Award in the Adult Contemporary Artist Category.
Sep 5 5pm-9pm  
Shane Smith & Michael Chandler
Raised in Felicity, Ohio. Influences include George Strait, Kenny Chesney, Waylon Jennings and Eric Church. Shane was a participant on the first season of Nashville Star.
Sep 9 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.
Sep 10 5pm-9pm  
Clark Jenkins Trio
The trio is a fun group with a beautiful mix of harmony and guitar, we are a perfect backdrop to any venue. Performing with Chelisa Bailey, Elton Clifton and Clark Jenkins as The CJ Trio, you'll hear a mix of original music as well as some covers. For more informaton on Chelisa, become a fan on her Facebook page. Artist we cover include, Scars on 45, Amos Lee, James Taylor, Matt Nathanson, Ben Harper, Rolling Stones, Marc Cohn, Jackopierce, Tom Petty, Fleetwood Mac, The Band Perry, etc.
Sep 16 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. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2ojKAxZeCBuQXMUQVLqYKg
Sep 17 5pm-9pm  
KJ Summerville
Quickly becoming one of Cincinnati’s most sought after solo performers, KJ’s eclectic mix of styles ranging from 70’s folk rock to pop and country to classic rock make him one of the most versatile acts out there. His performances are always from the heart and feel friendly and intimate no matter how big or small the venue. His exceptional talent is only surpassed by his love of music and his desire to pass it on. We are extremely excited to be part of KJ's Solo Summer of 2016.
Sep 23 5pm-9pm  
Doc Dan
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.
Sep 24 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.

 

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