Cincinnati's favorite 9-piece brass party band throwing a party that is sure to be all that and a bag of chips! Put on your best bling because this party is gonna be DA BOMB. OMG
18+ $10 advance, $12 day of show.
-THE CINCY BRASS-
“N’awlins Soul Meets Cincinnati Funk” – That is the best way to describe The Cincy Brass. This 9-piece brass band has the essence of Bourbon St, funk, hip-hop, and jazz all wrapped into an epic explosion of sound and passion. Whether it be an original off of their album (featuring Bootsy Collins, buggs tha rocka, or Cincinnati Pops conductor John Morris Russel) or a mind-blowing twist on your favorite covers (Beyonce, James Brown, Def Leppard, Lady Gaga, Snoop Dogg, or Led Zeppelin just to name a few), or an old time N’awlins street music hit, The Cincy Brass delivers a performance that can’t be duplicated. The band has been a staple of the Cincinnati music scene since 2010, performing at some of Cincinnati’s hippest music venues and biggest festivals. You also may have seen the 3-time CEA winners at Reds games, festivals, opening for national artists in Cincinnati's biggest venues, or with Andy Dalton in his 2015 Pepsi commercial. Make sure you don’t miss The Cincy Brass. Oh yea…don’t forget to bring some beads!
«3-time CEA winners for „Funk/R&B/Soul“ (2011,2012,2013), 2011 nomination for “Best Live Act», CincyUnderground.com's Novermber 2011 «Artist of the Month», CityBeat's #3 album («Ain't Nuttin Louder) of 2011 and #3 best Cover Band in Best of Cincinnati 2013. The Cincy Brass has shared the stage with Ray's Music Exchange, Foxy Shazam, and Umphrey’s McGee. We’ve opened for many national acts including the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Journey, Foreigner, 311, Sublime, Booker T Jones, Blessid Union of Souls, and Big Freedia among others. The Cincy Brass has performed at numerous functions and venues in the Greater Cincinnati area including Riverbend Music Center, Lumenocity, the Taste of Cincinnati, MPMF (MidPoint Music Festival), Music Hall, Memorial Hall, Oktoberfest Zinzinnati (American's largest Octoberfest), Newport on the Levee, The Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ballpark, Fountain Square, the Duke Energy Convention Center, Belterra Park, Miami University, University of Cincinnati, the Columbus Jazz & Ribs Festival, Coney Island, the Southgate House, MOTR, and Arnold's (Cincinnati's oldest tavern).