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from Jun 16, 2019 to Aug 16, 2019 | Move Back - Move Forward

Jun 21 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. We are pleased to have Tracy back for her 5th year on The Hill. https://tracywalker.com/
Jun 22 5pm-9pm  
Blind Faith
Jeff Hager and David Stautberg are more than just an acoustic duo. We use multiple instruments depending on the needs of the song. We play an eclectic mix of rock, blues, and country covers along with originals. Collectively we have been playing music in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana for close to 40 years. Please visit our Facebook page for videos, pictures and scheduled events. https://www.facebook.com/BlindFaithDuo
Jun 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 29 5pm-9pm  
BackTracks
BackTracks is a 4-piece band of local musicians from the Greater Cincinnati area playing music from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s with the unmistakable rock sound of those decades. The band plays well-known tunes from that period, as well as not-so-often-heard-on-the-radio songs that everyone knows, but forgot they knew. All members have played in local and regional bands for a number of years and bring their instrumental and vocal talents together for a rockin’ good time!
Jul 4 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.
Jul 5 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. 
Jul 6 5pm-9pm  
Ma Crow and Company
Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, Ma Crow & Co. consists of Ma Crow, Margie Drees and Vicki Abbott. The trio first came together in March, 2011, to help form Ma Crow and the Lady Slippers. Each brought years of experience to the all-female group, performing locally and regionally, and produced three albums, Wayward Daughter, Memory of a Mountain, and Black Wings.

Ma Crow (vocals and guitar)
Margie Drees (vocals and fiddle)
Vicki Abbott (vocals and bass)

From ballads to bluegrass, old-time to contemporary music, her roots come from East Tennessee to the Ohio River Valley. When Ma Crow sings, even the most melodious of song birds would be hard pressed to send forth such a sweet strand of sounds. http://www.macrowmusic.net
Jul 12  
Empty Pockets
Empty Pockets is an acoustic vocal soft rock group from Cincinnati that plays mostly 70s classic artists like: Loggins & Messina, James Taylor, Jimmy Buffett, The Beatles, Carly Simon, CSN &Y, grateful Dead, Pink Floyd, ect... With really good vocals! all the songs that are great for drinking the best wine. Members; Michael Janson and Jen Gray, with special guest Mark James and others.
Jul 13 5pm-9pm  
P and P Woodfired Pizza Truck
No need to bring your own food to The Hill this time. The crew at P&P makes gourmet pizzas that will knock your socks off. If you haven't tried them yet this summer, believe me, you can leave the picnic basket home today. PNPwoodfiredpizza.com
Jul 13 5pm-9pm  
Frontier
Energy. Honesty. Originality. Frontier is a harmony-driven rock band from Kentucky whose unique sound defies the trends of today’s music. With meaningful lyrics, signature blood-harmonies, and inventive pop-rock music, Frontier makes no attempt to blend in. Influences such as John Mayer, The Police, and Eric Clapton bleed together into the band’s sound and style. Multi-platinum producer Jef Powell said of the band, “The guys in Frontier have a spirit that’s been missing in modern music for a while: the desire to play music with substance.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHkHJMncnGY
Jul 19 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. We are pleased to have Tracy back for her 5th year on The Hill. https://tracywalker.com/
Jul 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/
Jul 27 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 “.
Aug 2 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
Aug 3 5pm-9pm  
Alex Fekkos and Friends
Alex is a songwriter from the Cincinnati area who has been crafting songs in the Key of life for over 20 years and has been a friend of the Hill for over 10. Along with long time songwriting friends Tim Skeen, Dave Blowers, Gary White and possibly surprise guests, this show will feature a night of original story telling songs that come straight from the heart.
Aug 9 5pm-9pm  
Honey Hush
Honey Hush is a husband and wife acoustic/vocal duo consisting of Ma'ry'e on vocals and Donnie Kinhalt on guitar. Hush plays all genres of music in a stripped down acoustic style. We are excited about this talented duo's performance on The Hill. https://www.facebook.com/achoneyhush/
Aug 10 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. 

 

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