COVINGTON, KY. -- WCPO's Matt Peiken takes you in front of the Madison Theater to hear from a splash of nominated artists, then takes you inside for highlights from CityBeat's 17th annual Cincinnati Entertainment Awards.
Here are the winners from the Jan. 26 event and celebration:
Rock: Electric Citizen
Indie/Alternative: DAAP Girls
Metal/Hard Rock: Moonbow
Punk: The Dopamines
Folk/Americana: The Tillers
Bluegrass: Rumpke Mountain Boys
Country: Jeremy Pinnell and the 55’s
Singer/Songwriter: Molly Sullivan
World Music/Reggae: The Cliftones
Hip Hop: Buggs Tha Rocka
Electronic: Black Signal
Blues: Ricky Nye
Jazz: The Faux Frenchmen
R&B/Funk/Soul: The Cincy Brass
Best Live Act: Foxy Shazam
Best Music Video: “8 Ball” by Valley High
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