The Queen City’s vibrant musical history will come alive as Jake Speed, a five-time winner of Cincinnati’s Best Folk/Americana Musician, connects the band to our city’s many musical legacies (King Records, Herzog Studios, The Midwestern Hayride), which helped launch the likes of Hank Williams, Flatt & Scruggs, and James Brown.
Doors open at 6:15 p.m. for museum touring; the concert will start promptly at 7:00PM and wrap up by 9:00PM.
The StarDevils; forming in 2000; are regarded as one of the most entertaining and exciting bands in traditional contemporary Rockabilly. Their savage Rockabilly and Hillbilly boppin' sounds have been raved about here in the U.S.A. and Internationally.
features Ricky Nye (piano, vocals) along with Paul Ellis (drums): Chris Douglas (upright bass), and special guests Ray Heckman or Brian "Boss" Hogg (tenor sax), playing piano blues and ballads, New Orleans stylings and traditional boogie woogie. The group has experienced great success with the release of their discs "Swingin' Some Blues" (2014); "Quick 'N' Dirty" (2003) and "Piano is Fun!" (1998). This aggregation is adept at either simmering or creating a rollickin' good time!
Called “Perhaps the best folk duo our region has to offer” (The Historic Southgate House), Shiny and the Spoon give off the warmth and intimacy of the likes of Johnny Cash and June Carter, with transcendent vocals and a vibrant acoustic core, complimented by sprinklings of ukulele, guitar, harmonica, and boot-stomping.
American Sign Museum
1330 Monmouth Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45225
In the Camp Washington neighborhood