Don’t miss this free live performance featuring two local singer/songwriters surging with popularity and world-wide acclaim. With the chemistry of Johnny Cash and June Carter and the style of John Prine and Alison Kraus, Shiny and the Spoon offers a sound that blends the heart of American folk music with fresh melodies and lyrics of today. See why critics say they’re quickly getting the attention of fans everywhere!
Join us for the concert at the Amelia Branch on Friday, Nov. 8 at 6:00 p.m. Call the branch at 752-5580 for more information.
Prism by Katy Perry. Katy Perry follows up the record-breaking success of her Teenage Dream album, which spawned five number one singles, with a highly anticipated new release. Features the single Roar.
Frame by Frame by Cassadee Pope. Cassadee Pope won over millions of TV viewers to win the third season of The Voice. Three of her performances rose to the top of the iTunes charts. Now she unveils her solo debut, which includes the single Wasting All These Tears.
Let’s Be Still by the Head and the Heart. Having gained confidence following the release of their 2010 debut, The Head and the Heart build upon their breakaway success with the release of their sophomore album, which showcases their musical growth. Includes the single Shake.
Mechanical Bull by the Kings of Leon. After three years of touring and working on other projects, Kings of Leon are set to release their sixth studio album. The album was recorded in the band’s Nashville studio and includes the single Supersoaker.
Nothing Was the Same by Drake. The Grammy Award-winning multi-platinum hip-hop superstar’s third full-length album features the single Hold On, We’re Going Home. The single coasts along on his hypnotic R&B crooning, bringing together an unforgettable hook with silky and seductive soundscapes. It follows the hit single Started from the Bottom, which peaked at number six on the Billboard Hot 100.
Paradigm Shift by Korn. Korn moves away from the dub step and rock fusion of 2011′s The Path of Totality while promising to fuse their dual guitar sound with a fresh approach to electronics. The album also marks the return of guitarist Brian ‘Head’ Welch.
Are you a modern day Bach? Do you rock ruffles and carry a violin with you where ever you roam? Maybe your top 25 on your iPod consists of Romantic, Classical, and Baroque pieces?
CCPL has great news for you!
Union Township will be hosting a listening party with the Cincinnati Symphony! These listening parties are all the rage for anyone who wants to share their love for music. You attend, you listen, and you enjoy with other musical minds. A CSO staff member will play recorded selections of these masterpieces and then lead a discussion, building upon our understanding of the music through this awesome event. In other words: Be there or be square!
To sign up quick, click HERE! :)
We’re welcoming Whiskey Bent Valley Boys for a free after-hours concert Friday, Sept. 6 at 6 p.m. at the Milford-Miami Township Branch. The concert will showcase the foot stomping, swing dancing and hard driving tunes of a band that breathes fire into old-time music.
Enjoy crowd favorites and original tunes inspired by legends like The Stanley Brothers. Audiences of all ages love the turbo-charged Bluegrass sound of Whiskey Bent Valley Boys.
The branch will close at its regular time Friday, Sept. 6 at 5 p.m. and re-open at 6 p.m. for the concert. This program is open to all ages. Seating is first come, first served. For more information, call the branch at 513-248-0700.
On March 26th the Amelia Branch Library will be celebrating its 25th birthday. For some unfamiliar with all that the Amelia Branch has to offer that may seem a long time – too long to stay relevant. Blasphemy! I say to them.
The library is wearing its age well. At the Amelia Branch you can download the latest e-book to your device, put a hold on the new Hobbit movie, make a work of art from Peeps, and listen to some creepy cold case stories from a local author. We have computers with internet access, Playaway Views which allow you to take television shows anywhere on a preloaded player and databases that connect you to everything from your ancestors with Ancestry Library Edition to a fixed lawn mower with Small Engine Repair Reference Center.
The Amelia Branch Library has never looked so good! In fact 25 isn’t so bad. Check out these other things that are also 25 years young.
“A Brief History of Time” by Stephen Hawking.
The Hubble Space Telescope is used for the first time.
Laser Eye Surgery is invented.
If you’re a fan of our library, or if you just want to see some old goofy pictures of us, stop by the Amelia Branch on March 26th for our birthday open house.
And look forward to Glee: The Beginning, the first official Glee novel due out in September.
Because there’s never enough Sue, watch the first season again on DVD.