Polka with Attitude!

The Chardon Polka Band is known for being innovative and extremely adaptive with the ability to please almost any audience; whether it be 20-somethings at a college hang-out or the patrons of a local senior center. In their fourteen years together, the band has made a name for itself by adding a colorful twist to the traditional genre of the polka.

Based in Ohio, but performing all across the country, The Chardon Polka Band is not your average polka band. They are a group that brings new life and energy to this traditional music. While the group has an extensive catalogue of traditional polkas, they are not afraid to bring their own tunes into the mix along with polka-pop covers of artists like Justin Bieber and Lady Ga Ga. The band got their start in the Cleveland music scene; playing countless area fairs, festivals, and venues. While remaining very active in Cleveland, the band can often be found taking their music on the road and performing at a variety of events across the United States. From performing at an NFL game to headlining for some of the largest Oktoberfests in the nation to opening for the prestigious Cleveland Orchestra; the band loves pleasing crowds anywhere and everywhere. The Chardon Polka Band has been featured on “CBS This Morning”, ESPN’s “First Take”, the Travel Channel’s “Trip Flip”, NPR’s “Here and Now”, and their own reality series on REELZ Channel called “Polka Kings”.



Megaphones, Merriment Set Polka Concert Apart

Chardon Polka Band hit the stage at the Cat in the Cream Wednesday with all the blustery spirit of a blaring megaphone. The motley crew of musicians, miscellaneous instruments and multitude of styles created an atmosphere of playful spontaneity that permeated each moment of this group’s unorthodox interpretation of polka music. At the start of

Posted in In the News | Tagged , , , , | Comments Off on Megaphones, Merriment Set Polka Concert Apart


CBS This Morning: Greetings from Cleveland

From www.cbsnews.com As “CBS This Morning” kicks off a week of convention coverage from Cleveland, correspondent Mo Rocca shows us the area’s unique sights and sounds, starting off in the “Ohio City” district, one of Cleveland’s oldest neighborhoods. This city was originally called the Forest City. Then it was known as the Best Location in

Posted in In the News | Tagged , , , , , | Comments Off on CBS This Morning: Greetings from Cleveland