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!
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!
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.
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.
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.
"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.
Meet up with our local hostess Justine from Justine Time to Dance on June 11th at PUCK in Doylestown PA for a Festive Latin Dance Party.
Enjoy an evening of Latin dancing with an emphasis on Salsa.
Join Justine for an Intro to Salsa Lesson which will be held from
6:30pm - 7:15pm followed by general dancing from 7:15 to 9:00pm.
Justine will then offer gentle guidance throughout the party!
This Latin Dance Party is a collaborative effort of the Local Salsa Meet Up group and the Justine Time to Dance Studio in Doylestown.
Meet up Coordinator: Renu Dalal
Local Hostess: Justine Kawas
Cover charge $12 per person
Joe Bonner - Keyboards
Jeff Harrison - Bass, Vocals
Jim Hines - Drums, Vocals
Jeff McCullough - Guitar, Vocals
Jack Skudris - Guitar, Vocals
Rake is a Classic Rock band concept that has taken many years to come to fruition.
Each of the members has played in multiple bands going back to the 70's .
Performing classics that are true to the original compositions, but with our own sound.
Seamus Kelleher was born in Galway city in 1954.
The youngest of five children, he studied piano at age nine and continued to do so until he picked up the guitar at age fourteen. Within a few weeks, Seamus knew what he would be doing for the rest of his life. By age 15, he was performing acoustic concerts at venues all over Galway. By 16 he joined a rock group called Spoonful where he switched from acoustic to electric guitar.
He quickly developed a reputation for his flamboyant blues-style guitar often opening for bands such as Thin Lizzy. Seamus toured the US in 1974 with a band called Rock & Roll Circus. Shortly after the tour, he packed his bags and moved to New York where once again he quickly developed a large following. He performed all over the US and Europe with the Sean Fleming Band.
In 1996 he joined forces with Blackthorn, Philadelphia's legendary Celtic Rock band. Seamus did more than a thousand shows with Blackthorn.
In 2010, Seamus decided it was time to embark on a solo career. In just a few short years, he has put together a show that combines comedy, story telling. virtuoso guitar playing and a wonderful collection of original and unique cover material. His shows are not for the faint of heart. He will keep you on the edge of your seat for hours so fasten up and enjoy the ride!
Meghan Cary with Analog Gypsies
"Seek this one out."
Five veteran musicians playing award-winning original tunes ranging from lean-in-and-listen ballads to get-up-and-shake-your-booty jams.
Meghan Cary with Analog Gypsies has been winning over audiences from Philly Folk Fest to World Café to NYC's infamous Bleecker Street.
Cary's music career began as an unintentional triumph. When her fiancé unexpectedly died, she picked up his guitar, figured out how to play it, and wrote her debut, earning her Billboard Magazine's esteemed Critic's Choice for Best Newcomer. Her smoky voice, emotional singing, and vulnerable writing garnered favorable comparisons to Melissa Etheridge, Shawn Colvin, Stevie Nicks, and even Bruce Springsteen.
Four albums, 43 states, and a whole lot of music making later, this "chick with a guitar" has evolved into the front woman for a power house band complete with lush vocal harmonies, keys, banjo, mandolin, bass and drums....oh, and, that guitar.
Rorie Kelly is a small redheaded tornado of sound.
The acoustic artist is known for sounding bigger than she looks, with powerhouse vocals and an
aggressive guitar playing style. She has been compared to artists like Sarah Bareilles and Alanis Morisette for her catchy-confessional
songwriting and powerful raw vocal sound.
In 2014 she made tracks around the country from NY to Nashville, Austin and more.
This year she is keeping it regional and working hard to release a new album, Rising Rising Rising.
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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.
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.
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.