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How It’s Made – the Cincinnati Bell WEBN Fireworks

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

The Cincinnati Bell WEBN Fireworks are less than a week away and FOX19 again got a behind the scenes look at how it's all put together.

WEBN's Joel Moss composes the soundtrack and Rozzi Firework's fourth generation choreographer Joe Rozzi comes up with the pyro-technics.

The two have been working together for years and think this year might be their best show to date.

"This year is different than any show I've been involved with and I think the show's evolved," said Moss.

"This one locks into a theme very early on. I think it's pretty dramatic, I think it's a darker show."

Joe Rozzi is the youngest of seven in the Rozzi family and has had his hands on fireworks since he was 10.

"I grew up with EBN," said Rozzi.

"In the summertime it was, ‘What are you doing for the 4th of July?' ‘What are you doing for summer vacation?' ‘What are you doing for the fireworks?'"

The Cincinnati Bell WEBN Fireworks shoot off Sunday Sept. 2, the show will air  on FOX19.

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