23

November
Sunday,  4pm



$8 at the door / bring a can if you can



Give Back Fest II

Come enjoy Local Musicians and help RAISE MONEY for our local Food Pantries.



25

November
Tuesday,  8pm



$No Cover



Lawnboys Comedy Open Mic

Every Tuesday at Puck LawnBoys Comedy hosts their comedy open mic.

Every comedian gets 5 minutes on stage to try out material both new and old.

Sign Ups start at 7:30pm and are kept in the order you sign up. Show starts at 8:30pm.

NEW in 2014! The first two Tuesdays of each month are auditions for comedians to open at our monthly headliner shows. All levels are welcome to try out and can win a 5-10 minute spot at the start of the headline show.



27

November
Thursday,  12am



$CLOSED



Happy Thanksgiving !


28

November
Friday,  8pm



$5 at the door





Dick Tracy and Don Julio

If you don't know us...

you must not be from around here



29

November
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.





02

December
Tuesday,  8pm



$No Cover



Lawnboys Comedy Open Mic

Every Tuesday at Puck LawnBoys Comedy hosts their comedy open mic.

Every comedian gets 5 minutes on stage to try out material both new and old.

Sign Ups start at 7:30pm and are kept in the order you sign up. Show starts at 8:30pm.

NEW in 2014! The first two Tuesdays of each month are auditions for comedians to open at our monthly headliner shows. All levels are welcome to try out and can win a 5-10 minute spot at the start of the headline show.



03

December
Wednesday,  7pm



$No Cover



Open Mic Night

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



05

December
Friday,  8pm



$No Cover



The Melton Brothers Band

The Melton Brothers will get you tappin, slappin, shakin and slidin from a pin-drop whisper to kickin take-your-breath-away grooves

...a blend of R&B, groove swing, New Orleans blues and roots rock ...rhythms and harmonies so tight these guys seem like one soul.

This is the band that gets it for all our shows, so juggling drummer Fred Berman's touring schedule with Amos Lee, guitarist John Lilley's shows with The Hooters and harmonica man Bob Beach's dates is tricky, but we pull it together every time." say The Brothers, "because these guys take our music beautifully off the hook." Lilley adds "There is an edge to the sound, and everyone is eager to push each others' limits. Smokin' hot!"

Come on out and see and hear the sparks fly at Puck!





06

December
Saturday,  8pm



$20 advance / $24 day of show




Ellis Paul with special guest Marina Evans

Ellis Paul's songwriting credentials are unassailable.

They are as genuine as the 14 Boston Music Awards he has earned, as indelible as the tattoo of Woody Guthrie that adorns his arm, and as authentic as the musical roots he draws upon with every note he plays.

Since emerging from the Boston music scene, Ellis Paul's music has been consistently recognized and celebrated worldwide. His 16 releases and loyal, enthusiastic audiences reinforce this acclaim and have since cemented his place as one of America's most talented songwriters.

With 16 CDs, a concert DVD, and a book of poems and short stories to his credit, Ellis' songs have been featured on the soundtracks to documentaries, TV shows and big Hollywood films such as The Farrelly Brother's 'Hall Pass', 'Me, Myself & Irene', and 'Shallow Hal'. Ellis is a true American troubadour, performing over 150 tour dates a year,
for over 20 years all around the world. He has shared the stage with some of the top names in the music world including: Pete Seeger, John Mayer, Arlo Guthrie, Richie Havens, Dar Williams, Shawn Colvin, and multi-platinum band Sugarland, among others.

His 2011 Release "The Day After Everything Changed" was recorded in Nashville and 100% funded by his fans. The album features five songs co-written by his good friend, Kristian Bush of Sugarland, and several of the Sugarland band members served as Ellis' backing band for the recording. Throughout the past couple of years, to keep the
collaboration alive, Paul opened numerous sold-out arena dates for Sugarland on their Incredible Machine Tour.

Recently, Ellis has been extremely busy, releasing his second family album, entitled, "The Hero in You", that features 12 American heroes such as: Rosa Parks, Woody Guthrie, Jackie Robinson, Thomas Edison and more. This release won the Gold Parents' Choice Award, the top honor awarded in family music. "The Hero in You" serves as
a follow up to "The Dragonfly Races", Ellis' first family album, and a Silver Parents' Choice Award winner which was honored by being National Public Radio's "Top 10" pick for Children's music.

Additionally, in December of 2012, Ellis released his very first holiday album, "City of Silver Dreams", featuring 9 original tracks and one cover, with one song co-written by Ellis, Kristian Bush and Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland. The release is a 'fan release only' (commercial release in late 2013), as a part of his fan-supported fundraiser that is
currently being held to support Ellis' upcoming new studio album, set to be released in the first half of 2013. The new studio release has Sugarland's Kristian Bush as producer.

"Ellis has a voice that is so powerful that you know who it is the second he comes through your radio. His music and songs are a new birth in American sound that makes me want to go see concerts again. - Kristian Bush / Sugarland

Woody Guthrie's daughter, Nora, says of Ellis, "A singer songwriter is only as good as the times he reflects. Wise, tender, brilliant and biting, Ellis is one of our best human compasses, marking in melodies and poems where we'vebeen and where we might go if we so choose to. Personally Ellis, I'm goin' where you're goin'!"





Marina Evans

In 2005 Marina Evans moved to New York City, where she taught herself guitar and began writing songs that combined her background as a jazz vocalist with traditional folk and a rock edge. Within a year, she was performing as a solo acoustic act around New York and her home state of Massachusetts. Since that time Marina has recorded three original EPs and a full length album, and has taken her music from Rockport, MA all across the United States: from Portland to Nashville, New Orleans to Los Angeles, and everywhere in between. Marina has also made her way over to Europe, performing in London and touring across Italy every spring since 2011.

In 2012 Marina released two original EPs, Dogtown and The Tuscan Sessions. Dogtown, released first, was written and recorded with Marina's band in Gloucester, MA; The Tuscan Sessions was written and recorded while touring abroad in Italy. "The EPs are really two sides of the same coin," Marina says. "While complementary, they reflect this sort of bi-continental, rambling life I've been leading with my music." Dogtown rocks – described as "raucous" and "anthemic" in The Noise Magazine – and "swellingly beautiful" Tuscan takes a distinctly European perspective on folk americana.

In the spring of 2013, Marina launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the recording of her debut full-length album, Unbound. Through overwhelming support from across the globe, she reached her funding goal and recorded the album abroad in Florence, Italy with producer Bernardo Baglioni. With clever lyricism and unusual melodies, Unbound deftly combines various styles, genres, and instrumentation – from sweet ballads to folk anthems to straight up rock and roll – and paints a picture of a versatile and passionate artist.

07

December
Sunday,  2pm



$admission at door only



Doylestown School of Rock Presents " Hair Metal"

2:00pm SHOWTIME





07

December
Sunday,  6pm



$admission at door only



Doylestown School of Rock Presents "CBGB"

6:00pm SHOWTIME

The kids will be playing songs by bands who got their start at the famous rock club on Bowery! The Police, Ramones, Talking Heads, Patti Smith Group and more!!





09

December
Tuesday,  8pm



$No Cover



Lawnboys Comedy Open Mic

Every Tuesday at Puck LawnBoys Comedy hosts their comedy open mic.

Every comedian gets 5 minutes on stage to try out material both new and old.

Sign Ups start at 7:30pm and are kept in the order you sign up. Show starts at 8:30pm.

NEW in 2014! The first two Tuesdays of each month are auditions for comedians to open at our monthly headliner shows. All levels are welcome to try out and can win a 5-10 minute spot at the start of the headline show.



10

December
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



12

December
Friday,  8pm



$18 advance / $23 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





13

December
Saturday,  8pm



$10 advance / $12 day of show



Citizens Band Radio

They aren't Waylon or Willie, or Gram or Emmy Lou, because no one can be.

They raise pigs and chickens and put-up food from the garden.

They play music because it is part of them - down to, into the soil, imbedded in the land, and their blood.

And their music is so pure that there isn't a Texan, Kentuckian or Carolinian who can tell where they are from.

Citizens Band Radio is not a nostalgia band - they are the good ole days.

Steel guitars, Mandolin, Bass & Drums, harnessed together to light up the night with powerful harmonies, homegrown tunes, and positivity.

Touring up and down the east coast and beyond – and all the way to Texas - in a 1957 GMC Motor Coach, playing vintage instruments, enjoying each other's company, making music together - because it feels good!





14

December
Sunday,  2pm



$admission at door only



Doylestown School of Rock presents: Pink Floyd - The Wall

Pink Floyd - The Wall / 2:00pm





14

December
Sunday,  6pm



$admission only at the door



Doylestown School of Rock presents: The Grateful Dead

The Grateful Dead

6:00pm

We believe the best way to learn music is to play music.

We take students from the lesson room to the stage, developing both their confidence and musicianship with programs designed for all skill levels.

At School of Rock we teach guitar, bass, drums, voice, and piano and combine weekly private music lessons and group band rehearsals to prepare students to take the stage in front of live audiences in an authentic concert setting.





26

December
Friday,  8pm



$5 at the door



Cookie Rabinowitz

Soul Man, Optimist, Philanthropist

Do Good Things !

All proceeds from tonights show go directly to the

Doylestown Youth Fishing Program





02

January
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.