The Music Box: 2014 In Videos


December 31st, 2014


It’s hard to believe the Music Box has been officially open nearly 5 months now! We’ve had a whirlwind 2014, and are already gearing up for an even busier 2015.

Thanks to everyone who came out to a show, told a friend about the venue or simply stopped by to see what we’re all about. Here’s to an even better new year!

Our first show was August 15, 2014, with honeyhoney, who opened the venue with a raucous Friday night set.

The following weekend, we welcomed joyous psychedelic-pop troupe the Polyphonic Spree to our stage.

Just a few days later, Dirty Bourbon River Show brought some vintage New Orleans brass band flair to the Supper Club.

Over Labor Day weekend, we chilled out and took it easy (well, musically!) during our Smoke On The Water Labor Day festival.

September saw us getting raucous with original punk band X…

…educated and entertained, courtesy of politically minded British punk Billy Bragg…

…and moved by Del Amitri frontman Justin Currie, who paired dryly funny stage banter with evocative, emotionally resonant songs.

BoDeans checked in with video messages as they made their way to Cleveland for a righteous October gig…

Meanwhile, Canton native Macy Gray spawned two nights of dance parties with her funky, soulful sets.

Boston musician Jesse Dee also got the audience dancing with his brand of blue-eyed soul.

Minneapolis throwback funk-soul band Sonny Knight & The Lakers conjured everyone from James Brown to Funkadelic during their set.

Trevor Hall, meanwhile, created nothing but positive vibes and good feelings during his sold-out October show — which featured an encore in the audience!

One of Rhett Miller’s biggest fans jumped on stage to sing “The New Kid” with him, when his acoustic tour with Jon Langford stopped at our place.

Zach Deputy’s ode to one of the best foods around didn’t leave our brain for months. (That’s a good thing!)

Travis Haddix graced our stage several times with his white-hot blues band.

Gypsy-jazz troupe Hot Djang! played at our place in early December and served as our New Year’s Eve Supper Club house band.

Blair Crimmins & The Hookers helped us celebrate the end of Prohibition during a Friday night party, both on stage…

…and off.

Griffin House made Ohio proud with a Monday night set which showed off his stellar songwriting.

And we even had a Weezer cover pop up, courtesy of Old No. 55.

And as the year nearly came to a close, Brent Kirby and His Luck kicked out the jams and heavy riffs with a pre-New Year’s Eve set that hit all the right notes.

We can’t wait to see what 2015 has in store — see you on the river!

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