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:: Jeremy Vogt at Midpoint Music Festival

By: Jeremy Vogt (info at jeremyvogt dot com)
Tuesday, September 25, 2007 11:00:00 AM



This Friday night at 10pm The Jeremy Vogt Band (Show #004) will perform at the very highly-regarded MidPoint Music Festival in Cincinnati. The MidPoint Music Festival is an organization that works year round to help bring talented independent regional, national and international artists to Cincinnati, Ohio for three days and nights of showcases and music industry seminars.

JVB was selected from thousands of bands to perform at MPMF and takes the stage at Courtyard Cafe starting at 10pm. Be sure to come early and hang out to see other talented acts perform.


1211 Main Street
Cincinnati, OH 45210
(513) 723-1119

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Jeremy Vogt Band
Jeremy Vogt -- Lead Vocals / Guitar
Christian Starnes -- Bass Guitar / Vocals
Ryan Shore -- Drums / Vocals
Curtis Cree -- Lead Guitar / Vocals

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