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Harmony Hill's Event List

from Aug 29, 2015 to Oct 29, 2015 | Move Back - Move Forward

Aug 29 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 (, or be part of their email list at
Sep 4 5pm-9pm  
Bryon Cox Band
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.
Sep 5 12pm-9pm  
Wags, Whiskers & Wine - The Animal Advocate Event of the Year
Harmony Hill is hosting an animal-advocate networking event at our always pet friendly winery. W3 has been established as an opportunity for all animal related businesses to 'strut their stuff' in one festival style venue. The participants will be hoping to find forever homes for adoptable pets of all breeds, recruit volunteers, fosters, transporters, and promote their animal related causes. This is an opportunity to meet and greet those individuals and organizations who are
enthusiastically helping our furry friends. Enjoy sipping wine while listening to live music all day long in our beautiful country setting. Bring a picnic basket and enjoy the award winning wines of Harmony Hill with kind people of like mind.
Sep 5 3pm-6pm  
Full Moon Ranch
Full Moon Ranch is a Cincinnati based trio who play Folk/Americana, some Motown, Beatles, Patsy Cline, other oldies, cowboy songs and originals. 

They are Ed Stapleton, singer-songwriter, Spencer Funk, of "Wild Carrot" fame, and Jody Knoop; art teacher by day and mandolin player by night. Their specialty is tight vocal and instrumental harmonies, and creating a fun, energetic atmosphere. Reading an audience is an art form, which they do well, connecting with a “listening audience” with informative anecdotes, and humor, or playing background to create a warm, sophisticated atmosphere.
They have been performing regularly at the Taft Art Museum for their Lunch Concert Series, the City of Hamilton's Music Cafe, Taffy's in Eaton, The Leo Coffee House, and many retirement communities around greater Cincinnati. Last summer they kicked off the Queen City Balladeers.
Sep 5 5pm-9pm  
P&P Woodfired Pizza Truck
Sep 5 6pm-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
Sep 7 2pm-5pm  
Emerson & Hagerman
Harmony Hill is pleased to welcome back the jazz duo of Emerson & Hagerman. The duo is made up of Carl Emerson on Saxophone and Summers Hagerman on Guitar. After playing with many fine Cincinnati musicians these two decided to team up to bring their varied musical experiences together. You are sure to enjoy their interpretations of many jazz standards from Ellington to Jobim and beyond.
Sep 7 5pm-7pm  
Bill Bynum and Company
With songs both traditional and original, and a sound that's at once as comfortable as old jeans and as fresh as a new blade of grass, Bill Bynum & Co. is a band that’s easy to love and hard to quit. The band’s core of rhythm guitar, electric lead guitar or banjo, fiddle, bass and harmony vocals can lean into country, veer toward bluegrass, or take listeners on a unique journey through Bill’s original songs.
Sep 11 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!
Sep 12 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
Sep 12 5pm-9pm  
Emily Barnes
Harmony Hill is very pleased to introduce a dynamic young talent to The Hill. Hailing from the tiny rural town of Johnsonburg, NJ, 22-year-old indie singer-songwriter Emily Barnes has been wowing audiences of all shapes and sizes for the past 3 years with her hypnotic vocals and eclectic style.

A staple in the Northwest New Jersey music scene, Barnes writes and sings songs that belie her age. Songs of love found and lost, of hope and disappointment. Armed with an acoustic guitar and an array of imaginative tattoos Emily is no old school folkie but she’s no pop princess either. Instead Emily is true to her intuition, writing from the heart and turning heads with a voice that cuts to the bone. Think early Nora Jones with a funkier fashion sense.

Her debut album “Beautiful Goodbyes” was released in January 2014.
Sep 18 5pm-7pm  
Bill Bynum and Company
With songs both traditional and original, and a sound that's at once as comfortable as old jeans and as fresh as a new blade of grass, Bill Bynum & Co. is a band that’s easy to love and hard to quit. The band’s core of rhythm guitar, electric lead guitar or banjo, fiddle, bass and harmony vocals can lean into country, veer toward bluegrass, or take listeners on a unique journey through Bill’s original songs.
Sep 19 2pm-5pm  
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
Sep 19 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 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.
Sep 26 2pm-5pm  
Monte Swinford is a local singer songwriter who performs acoustic pop and country covers from the 60's to the current day artists. Elvis to E.L.O. ... Eagles to E-dubble, Monte fuses interesting stories about the original artists with interpretations of their lyrics. All of this is done with a passion and emotion that makes Monte a real crowd favorite.
Don't miss this opportunity to witness the band/the man "Monte".
Sep 26 5pm-9pm  
'Ma Crow' and the Lady Slippers
Ma Crow and The Lady Slippers is an all-female Bluegrass/American/Mountain-Music band from Cincinnati, Ohio, and a 3-time nominee for the Cincinnati Entertainment Awards. From ballads to bluegrass and old-time to contemporary, this beautiful acoustic music is filled with artful instrumentals and sweet mountain harmonies. For more information see
Oct 2 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
Oct 3 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.
Oct 3 5pm-9pm  
P&P Woodfired Pizza Truck


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