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Harmony Hill's Event List

from Apr 16, 2018 to Jun 16, 2018 | Move Back - Move Forward

May 26 2pm-4pm  
Don Brockmeier
A lifelong resident of Northern Kentucky and veteran solo performer, Don Brockmeier began playing guitar and singing publicly as a teenager. With an energetic, engaging style for audiences of all ages, Don entertains with a repertoire of popular favorites from the 1950s through today, 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.
May 26 5pm-9pm  
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. http://www.billbynum.com/
May 28 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.
Jun 1 5pm-9pm  
The Bonnies
The Bonnies are an all-female band with a focus on a Traditional Irish and American roots music. They play a mix of all instrumental tunes and harmonic songs combining rhythmic adventure and harmony, and have many music influences. Their sets include music from the Riley School of Irish Music, John Doyle, Bonnie Raitt, Liz Carroll, Murphy Beds, Patti Griffin, James Taylor, and Over the Rhine, in addition to traditional ballads and tunes from across the pond. Along with great harmonies, instruments they focus on include guitar, fiddle, bouzouki, Irish whistle, and various percussion instruments. The Bonnies will be joined this weekend by friends and families from the Riley School of Irish Music. Founded in 1996, the Riley School is a community of children, teens and adults dedicated to the pursuit of Irish traditional music. More on the The Bonnies can be found at



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Jun 2 5pm-9pm  
KJ Summerville
KJ Summerville is a professional musician through and through. He is the winner of multiple Cammy awards including best instrumentalist. After 23 years of life in a band, KJ decided to go solo in January 2016.  He wanted to spend more time with his beloved Martin D35 and as they say “the rest is history.”  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, Sam Cooke, Chris Stapleton, Fleetwood Mac and maybe even Led Zeppelin if you ask. His easy rapport with the audience will have you feeling like you have made a new friend and might include a personal anecdote or two, some of which may even be true. We are truly excited about featuring KJ on The Hill. 
Jun 8 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
Jun 9 5pm-9pm  
Sunderman and Sorentino
These two seasoned musicians bring a diverse range of musical influences to the stage. Heavily influenced in their formative years by such iconic artists as the Beatles, Van Morrison, George Michael and Todd Rundgren, this duo’s calling cards are rich vocal harmony and guitar styles reminiscent of the Blues, Folk and Rock-n-Roll music of the sixties and seventies. Andy Sorentino’s background includes performing in popular bands throughout the Columbus, Ohio marketplace as a lead vocalist and guitar player. Andy also teaches guitar out of “Sidekick Studios” in West Chester, Oh. Robert’s Sunderman’s musical resume’ includes his participation in the Greater Cincinnati music scene as a guitar player and co-producer of the “Eastwind Acoustic Rock-n-Roll Ensemble “.
Jun 9 6pm-8pm  
Larry Powell Book Signing
Dr Larry Powell, former Bethel-Tate teacher-coach-principal, will be signing his first two books of his Native American Hopewell Trilogy, set some 1500 years ago in The Ohio Valley. www.DocPowell.net
Jun 15 5pm-9pm  
Another Colour
Another Colour is an acoustic rock music duo that consists of husband and wife team Grace and Paul Dell Aquila. The two have been making music together since the 1980s. Originally from Long Island, New York, the duo relocated to Louisville, Kentucky in 1994. They currently live in the Cincinnati, Ohio area where Grace is a vocal instructor and Paul is working on a Ph.D degree in music theory at the College-Conservatory of Music. Please visit the duo's website for more information about Another Colour. www.anothercolour.com

 

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