Cincy Blues Fest Announces Weekend Lineup

Dated: 07/29/2014

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The 22nd edition of the Cincy Blues Fest, produced by the Cincy Blues Society, features four stages of local, regional and national blues acts performing Friday, August 1 and Saturday, August 2 along the Cincinnati riverfront downtown at Sawyer Point. Admission to the Cincy Blues Fest is $15 on Friday and $15 Saturday, with two-day passes for $20 sold at the gate on Friday. Children 13-18 are $5 each day, children under 12 are free. Tickets are now available at http://cincybluessummerfest2014.brownpapertickets.com.

Headlining the weekend is Guy Forsyth, a Texas blues and blues rock singerguitaristharmonists and songwriter, who has released nine albums to date. He regularly tours both in the United States and Europe, and has opened for Ray CharlesRobert CrayDr. JohnB.B. KingJimmie Vaughan, and Lucinda Williams. Times and acts on the four Cincy Blues Fest stages include:

Budweiser Main Stage:
Friday, August 1
5:30 p.m., Jimmy D. Rogers
6:45 p.m., Selwyn Birchwood
8:30 p.m., Jarekus Singleton
10:15 p.m., Dana Fuchs
Showcase Stage, featuring Nashville singer-songwriters:
5:30 p.m., Dave Pahanish
6:45 p.m., Shannon Lawson
8 p.m., Hugh Mitchell
9:15 p.m., Brasher/Bogue
10:45 p.m., Anthony Billups 
St. Vincent DePaul Local Stage:
5:45 p.m., Jay’s Xperience
7 p.m., Sweet Alice
8:15 p.m., The Juice
9:30 p.m., Leroy Ellington Blues Band
11 p.m. Doug Hart Band 

Budweiser Main Stage:
Saturday, August 2
5 p.m., Blues in the School Band
6 p.m., Sonny Moorman
7:15 p.m., Tom Ball and Kenny Sultan
8:45 p.m., The Kilborn Alley Blues Band
10:15 p.m., Guy Forsyth’s Hot Nut Riveters 
Arches Boogie Piano Stage:
4:45 p.m., Rich Greco
5:25 p.m., Liz Pennock & Dr. Blues
6:15 p.m., Ricky Nye
7:05 p.m., Mark Braun
7:45 p.m., David Maxwell
8:25 p.m., Lucien Oisel
9:05 p.m., Bob Seeley
9:45 p.m., Barry Cuda
10:25 p.m., Rob Rio
11:05 p.m., Silvan Zingg 
4:45 p.m., Lisa Biale
6 p.m., Blue Sacrifice
7:15 p.m., Jay Jesse Johnson Band
8:30 p.m., Johnny Fink & The Intrusion
9:45 p.m., Chuck Brisbin & The Tuna Project
11 p.m. Noah Wotherspoon Band
Courtesy of Cincybluesfest.org

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