Signs and Songs: Kim Taylor

Singer/Songwriter from Florida, currently based in Cincinnati. Well known for her country/soul music stylings. Several full-length albums to date, as well as multiple acting credits. Taylor’s music has appeared in TV shows such as Days of Our Lives, Smallville, and One Tree Hill. She’s toured extensively with Over the Rhine and performed with artists like Kasey Chambers and Ron Sexsmith.

Signs and Songs: The Cincinnati Dancing Pigs

Formed in 1967, the “Pigs” are Cincinnati’s premiere Jug Band. Blending humor with instruments like ukulele, harmonica, bull fiddle, and (of course) jugs and slide whistle together to create something you can tap your toes to. Enjoy the sounds of old classics, as well as turn-of-the-century ballads. Each year, the group performs at the Tall Stacks, as well as appearing during the summer concert series at Eden Park and the Flying Pig Marathon.

Signs and Songs: Robin Lacy & DeZydeco

This six-piece group formed in the late 80's, putting a modern twist on traditional New Orleans-style grooves. Enjoy the sounds of Blues, Zydeco, and Country Rock through their unique instrumentation featuring accordion, saxophone, and rubboard. The group plays original songs, as well as popular crowd-pleasers.

Signs and Songs: The Buffalo Wabs & the Price Hill Hustle

This 4-piece local band carries on the legacy of American/Folk with some rowdy hony-tonk vibes. Music inspired by folk-pioneers such as Woody Guthrie and John Prine, the group brings the sounds of the Ohio River Valley to life. Winners of the 2016 Cincinnati Entertainment Award, the boys have shared the stage with talents such as the Steep Canyon Rangers and Spirit Family Reunion

Brunched 2018

There’s no better way to chase away a hangover than Saturday brunch with friends. CityBeat is once again bringing together the best restaurants in town with one mission: unite to cure Cincinnati’s hangover. It’s more than just bottomless Bloody Marys and Mimosas — enjoy screwdrivers, bellinis, Irish coffee, craft beer and more! Plus, all the best brunch hot spots in the Greater Cincinnati area will be under one roof. It’s a high energy morning with locals and guest judges voting for CityBeat’s Best Bloody Mary & Best Mimosa.

Signs and Steins

The American Sign Museum is hitting the road! With our friends at Cincy Brew Bus, take a tour of Cincinnati's painted sign history with author Ronny Salerno.  The tour includes information and background about faded ads around Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.  The tour also includes visits to two breweries, tasting at those breweries, a Bavarian Pretzel from Servatii, a Cincy Brew Bus cup, and a take-home gift from the American Sign Museum. 

Signs and Songs: Daniel Martin Moore

Daniel Martin Moore is a singer and songwriter (and a great many other things arguably less relevant to this particular piece of text) from Cold Spring, Kentucky. On the strength of an unsolicited demo he sent us in January of 2007, Sub Pop released Stray Age in October of 2008, a quietly striking album and Daniel’s debut full-length. And, in February of 2010, we released Dear Companion, an album written and performed by Ben Sollee and Daniel Martin Moore together, and produced by Jim James from My Morning Jacket and Monsters of Folk.


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