06

May
Wednesday,  7pm



$No Cover



Open Mic

Hosted by Dave Nonini

7:00pm sign-ups / 8:00pm start

musicians / poets / storytellers welcome

house drum kit available / bring cymbals and sticks

under 21 must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian



08

May
Friday,  6pm



$No Cover



Live Music on The Patio every Friday from 6:00pm - 9:00pm

This Friday - Rich Cox



08

May
Friday,  8pm



$20 advance / $25 day of show



Countdown to Ecstasy

A Tribute to the music of Steely Dan

Glenn Marrazzo - Band Leader, Bass Matt Sevier - Vocals Peg Talbott-Lane - Vocals Teresa Dansbury - Vocals Jeff Miller - Drums & Vocals Jon Mernyk - Guitar Tony Winkler - Guitar Dan Smedile - Keyboards Nancy Kribbs - Trombone Rich Robinson - Sax David Laich - Trumpet





09

May
Saturday,  4pm



$No Cover



Live Music on The Patio every Saturday from 4:00pm - 7:00pm

This Saturday - Neal Carson



09

May
Saturday,  7pm



$7 at the door





Thirty Six Thirty with Almshouse

Thirty-Six Thirty

an original alternative rock band, comes to you from Bucks County PA.

Originally formed as a studio project by a husband and wife team the band released its first album "Angry at the World" in 2010.

Although Thirty-Six Thirty's music is clearly influenced by groups like Metric, the Cure, Paramore, Linkin Park, Green Day, and Pink, the band sounds profoundly different.

Falling in the new wave, post modern, and indie bands categories, Thirty-Six Thirty incorporates driving bass lines as a foundation for emotional vocals and layered atmospheric guitar lines held together by solid percussion.

What really separates the band from many other groups is their approach to lyrics which pick up on both, contemporary social themes and personal life experiences, equally.





Almshouse

ALMSHOUSE is an original, female-fronted americana-blues-rock band, founded by guitarist Troy Schoenmeier & bassist Ken Belli, formerly of Bucks County favorites The SOBs.

ALMSHOUSE makes sounds reminiscent of the music made by Sheryl Crow, Joan Osborne w/Trigger Hippy, Cowboy Junkies, and Neil Young.

13

May
Wednesday,  7pm



$No Cover



Open Mic

Hosted by Dave Nonini

7:00pm sign-ups / 8:00pm start

musicians / poets / storytellers welcome

house drum kit available / bring cymbals and sticks

under 21 must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian



15

May
Friday,  6pm



$No Cover



Live Music on The Patio every Friday from 6:00pm - 9:00pm

This Friday - Seamus Kelleher



15

May
Friday,  8pm



$No Cover



The Whiskeyhickon Boys

Elements Combine and Music is Made

Jonathan Denny developed his vocal and performance style while traveling across country and playing street music, including an extended stint in New Orleans. Listening to other street musicians, he learned how to create big sound from limited resources.

Noah Hudson's strong rhythms and his calmer physical presence are the perfect anchor to balance Denny's free-spirited approach to music and life.

Michael Young...in addition to playing percussion, brings real-world focus and skills necessary to creative survival: He manages and markets the band.

The music is a mix of bluegrass, rock, funk, jazz, blues, hip hop, other stuff, and a bit more than these elements combined.

These three young men are creating a precious musical and artistic commodity: Their own sound and style.





16

May
Saturday,  4pm



$No Cover



Live Music on The Patio every Saturday from 4:00pm - 7:00pm

This Saturday - John Beacher



16

May
Saturday,  8pm



$15 advance / $18 day of show



Stringsongs featuring Tim Farrell, Michael Manring and Pat Robinson

Internationally renown fingerstyle guitarist and IAMA Award Winning composer
Tim Farrell invites you to enjoy this captivating collaboration with his musical friends
as they blend folk, jazz, fusion, rock, new age and world music with engaging sound
structures, positive energy and buoyant improvisations.

Michael Manring is hailed by many as the world's leading solo bassist. He is a two time
Grammy Nominee who has recorded and performed with everyone from John Gorka
and Michael Hedges to Suzanne Ciani and Thomas Dolby.

Pat Robinson is a Grammy Award Winning Producer, Composer and Pianist. He has
appeared on recordings and on stage with artists as varied as members of The Hooters
and Trout Fishing In America to Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band.





20

May
Wednesday,  7pm



$No Cover



Open Mic

Hosted by Dave Nonini

7:00pm sign-ups / 8:00pm start

musicians / poets / storytellers welcome

house drum kit available / bring cymbals and sticks

under 21 must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian



22

May
Friday,  6pm



$No Cover



Live Music on The Patio every Friday from 6:00pm - 9:00pm

This Friday - Mike Pfeiffer



22

May
Friday,  8pm



$No Cover



Ceramic Animal

Instagram: https://instagram.com/ceramicanimal/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/CeramicAnimal

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/ceramic-animal





23

May
Saturday,  4pm



$No Cover



Live Music on The Patio every Saturday from 4:00pm - 7:00pm

This Saturday - Andrea Carlson



23

May
Saturday,  8pm



$8 advance / $10 day of show



Cherry Lane Band

Cherry Lane Band has the remarkable ability to please all kinds of crowds in all kinds of venues.

First and foremost a classic rock and R&B band, CLB can cover Average White Band's Pick Up the Pieces and then blow everyone away with Steely Dan's Peg or Black Cow ... all performed with impeccable musicianship by some of the top players in the area.





27

May
Wednesday,  7pm



$No Cover



Open Mic

Hosted by Dave Nonini

7:00pm sign-ups / 8:00pm start

musicians / poets / storytellers welcome

house drum kit available / bring cymbals and sticks

under 21 must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian



29

May
Friday,  8pm



$No Cover



Floyd and The Barbers

Presenting the area's premier tribute to Nirvana!

Performing the best of the band that kicked off the grunge scene in the 90s - along with some lesser-known songs - Floyd & The Barbers' setlist offers a comprehensive revue of their entire career from 'Bleach' to 'MTV Unplugged'.

Floyd & The Barbers is:
David Nonini - vocals, guitar
Gary Norcross - bass
Jeff Cadden - drums, percussion
Featuring John Harding on acoustic guitar and Kate Miterko on violin!

A $5 donation is suggested at the door, with all proceeds going to benefit the Livengrin Foundation, a drug and alcohol detox and counseling organization based in Bensalem. Let's try and make a difference in someone's life!

 



30

May
Saturday,  8pm



$ 10 advance / $15 day of show



The Poles with special guest Das Rockenfeber

The Poles are back in town and ready to take the roof off of Puck once again.

Last year's SRO, One Night Only Performance is still being talked about in Bucks County and beyond and is the subject of a documentary being produced by LA based Production company Out of Pocket Films. With a sampling of rock-n-roll, Motown, british pop, rock-a-billy and the Philly Sound, the band promises a sampling of its old hits, new hits and a lot of surprises and special guests.

get your advance tickets now. This show SOLD OUT last time!



05

June
Friday,  8pm



$15




Adam Travis and The Soul with special Duncan Johnson

These graduates of Berklee College Of Music came together in Boston during the Fall of 2012.

Their debut album, "City Life", was released during the summer of 2013 and the band has been busy playing shows along the east coast ever since.

Adam Travis & The Soul combines uplifting lyrics with styles of reggae, rock, soul, and blues to bring the listener a new, positive state of mind and the audience a wild, fun night.





Duncan Johnson

I am a 21-year-old student studying Electronic Production Design and Songwriting at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. I am a singer, songwriter, and producer.

http://www.reverbnation.com/duncanjohnson

https://www.youtube.com/user/duncanjohnsonmusic

https://soundcloud.com/duncan-johnson-music

06

June
Saturday,  8pm



$10 advance / $12 day of show





Mike Roi and The Secret People with Acoustic Kitty

Renowned for their exciting live shows, Roi and the Secret People (RSP) features the beautiful and mesmerizing voice of Mike Roi and the musical talents of Craig Martyn on drums, Dan DeChellis on piano and Glen Radomski on bass.

Roi, who hails from southern Florida, set out to assembled a group of talented, experienced, and like-minded musicians to create the version of rock music he was raised with.

Armed with all original music, RSP has played such renowned clubs as Rockwood Music Hall and Arlene's Grocery in New York City and The Tin Angel in Philly.

Their first album, Dog St., includes a variety of tunes from the stunning, haunting song, "Firefly," to the balls-to-the- wall sound of the title track "Dog St." Their newly released 2nd album, Phoenix, blends Roi's pop sensibilities with an alternative rock twist mired in sounds from the likes of Nick Lowe to Tom Petty.

Roi has been known to state that all he usually needs is a good bottle of bourbon, a case of beer, a good cigar, and a guitar to create the kind of true-blue, sexy, and salt-of-the earth music that has captivated audiences in the tri-state area.

Eclectic, diverse, and thoroughly original, RSP is a band that combines a classic rock vibe with a lyrical, wholly unique sound.





Acoustic Kitty Project

"A seamless blend of Americana/Alt.Country with classic rock, singer/songwriter, and straight country influences (to name a few).

Acoustic Kitty Project provides infectious melodies that often seem timeless upon even the earliest listens.

Just as important, the lyrics are most eloquent, but also very direct, creating a level of intimacy with the listener so sadly missing across much of today's music landscape.

19

June
Friday,  8pm



$10





Blue Waters

Blue Waters brings their high energy, traditional blues to the stage with their renditions of songs from blues giants such as Wilson Pickett, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Willie Dixon and Eric Clapton.



23

July
Thursday,  8pm



$12







"Blues Harp Showdown" Steve Guyger & Dennis Gruenling with Doug Deming & The Jewel Tones

Philadelphia is home to one of the finest blues harp players in the world, much to the surprise of people not "inside" the blues scene. Over the past forty-plus years, 2009 Handy Award nominee Steve Guyger has been dishing out some of the finest blues to be heard anywhere. Whether in a duo, trio, or with his band, The Excellos, Steve always rocks the house.

Steve has toured with the late Jimmy Rogers, among others, and has played with many of the great Chicago bluesmen and contemporary players, yet he remains one of the best kept secrets in blues. The late William Clarke called Steve "the best harp player I've ever seen." Mark Hummel called him "a monster player." If you have heard Steve play, you know what they're talking about. If you've never heard him, you're missing a major page in your blues portfolio.





Dennis Gruenling

After receiving his first harmonica as a gift from a family friend, he had heard his first blues record and his life was never the same! Dennis already was a life-long music fan (having grown up on country & western and big band/oldies), and already was acquiring a decent record collection (thanks to his obsession with music & his own radio show in high school!), but the harmonica took him in a whole new direction. Before long, Dennis was tracking down all the harmonica and blues records he could find, and tried to learn as much as he could.

Having been in New Orleans during 1992-3, Dennis came back home to the Garden State of NJ and quickly gained a reputation as a young rising star on the local blues scene working in a couple different local blues bands. In addition to studying the classic harmonica & Chicago Blues records (Little Walter, Big Walter, James Cotton, Muddy Waters, Jimmy Rogers, etc...), Dennis also "cut his teeth" on some classic blues/R&B/swing saxophone records from the likes of Illinois Jacquet, Willis Jackson, Red Prysock, and Gene Ammons. In 1998 he started to form his own local "all-star" band, using members pulled from other regional bands (including the great saxophonist Joel Frahm). Ever since his self-titled debut with that band (Dennis Gruenling & Jump Time!) hit the streets in 1999, Dennis has pulled in countless fans and numerous accolades from critics & musicians around the world for his swinging, highly original harmonica sound and style. Taking equal parts from the harmonica and swing/saxophone traditions and styles, Dennis has pushed the boundaries further for the sound of blues harmonica, while in the meantime pioneering a whole new sound and direction for the harmonica.

Doug Deming

Eastside Detroit native Doug Deming, now hailing from Florida's Gulf Coast, has garnered widespread attention for his deft guitar work and memorable songwriting. With a nod to the likes of T-Bone Walker and Charlie Christian, as well as Luther Tucker and Robert Jr. Lockwood, Doug leaves his own mark whether swingin' on the big jazz box, or playing straight up blues on the solid body Fender guitar. While playing the local Detroit scene in the early 90′s, major players began to take notice, and Doug spent much of the following years backing many of the day's top touring blues artists, including Fabulous Thunderbirds frontman Kim Wilson, legendary Louisiana swamp bluesman Lazy Lester, Gary Primich, Chicago greats Johnny "Yard Dog" Jones, and A.C. Reed, as well as Detroit's own Queen of the Blues, Alberta Adams.

With a decade of touring and recording to his credit, Doug has earned his position alongside today's heavies on the blues scene. Leading his band, The Jewel Tones, Doug continues to bring noteworthy traditional and original roots music to his audiences. Doug's latest recording, What's it Gonna Take, exhibits the outstanding guitar work and remarkable singing and songwriting that have become Doug's calling card.

Dennis Gruenling is without a doubt one of the baddest, swingingest, most innovative harp blowers on the planet. For the past fifteen years, Dennis has played with many top-notch traditional blues acts such as Snooky Pryor, Pinetop Perkins, A.C. Reed, Nappy Brown, and Homesick James, as well as his own original jump blues outfit "Jump Time". For years critics and musicians worldwide have been praising how he blends both the blues harmonica and swing saxophone traditions, as he pioneers a whole new sound and direction for the harp.

Also one of the world's foremost blues harmonica instructors, Dennis is also in demand as a harmonica teacher and lecturer worldwide, in addition to the blues history knowledge he airs on his weekly "Blues & the Beat" radio program (WFDU-FM). Equally adept at performing, composing, arranging, and teaching, what fans remember most is the fun, energy, and emotional intensity of each and every show he is a part of.