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Jeremy Vogt Band - Finalist in Breakout Bands Contest (We need your vote)

By: Jeremy Vogt -- Monday, May 4, 2009
Cool news!  We've been selected as one of 8 finalists in the RadioNow 100.9 Breakout Bands Contest.  Ultimately if we win, we will open for The Plain White T's at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on May 16th! So, here's the rub.&nb... (Read Full Article)




:: Jeremy Vogt at Midpoint Music Festival

By: Jeremy Vogt -- Tuesday, September 25, 2007
Friends, 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 indepen... (Read Full Article)




Gear Up for Summer

Back by popular demand for a limited time only, "I support local music ... and yes, that does make me better than you." Show the world that you, too, are a proud elitist music snob! Get yours before time runs out...

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