30

January
Friday,  7pm



$No Cover



The Fitch Brothers Band

The Fitch Brothers bring raucous rock covers and originals to the stage with an energetic style that you must see to appreciate.

Behind the Fitchtastic sound are five musicians with decades of experience and four-part harmonies so sweet you'd swear they are brothers ... but are they?

Two of the band's long-term members (AJ Fitch & RJ Fitch) have self-produced four albums under the name Ultrasonic Jones.

Many of those songs enjoy a second life as part of The Fitch Brothers live performances.

Expect a SuperDeluxe music experience and a super good time!





31

January
Saturday,  8pm



$10



Drivetime

A band three decades in the making, they have been forging ahead in some configuration since the mid seventies uniting and reuniting over a span of 37 yrs.

Every member of this unit has cut their teeth on the Philadelphia jazz scene and has developed into a creative and noteworthy member of the world wide Smooth Jazz / Jazz community.

Forged in smoky jazz clubs of the 70's Drivetime retains that soulfulness and individual talent you would expect from a band with such history.

Philadelphia has given us some brilliant music over the decades and this tight, contemporary jazz ensemble holds up to Philly's solid reputation with their highly anticipated new release, IGNITION! DrivetimeUOJ will rev you up with what the group calls Urban Organic Jazz... that is funky grooves and jazz-soaked, melodic originals, and delivers exciting new music, ranging from smooth to Latin to fusion to Tower of Power-like grooves, and even a splash of chillout! IGNITION sparks from cool collaborations including special guest appearances by saxophonist Andrew Neu vocalists Phyllis Chapell, Justin Guarini & guitarist Vinnie Zummo. Drivetime has been honing their craft and evolving into an important new voice in the Global Smooth Jazz community with three previous recordings and two top-selling singles featuring Bob Baldwin and Justin Guarini. Leader Bernie Capodici and band shift into high gear for live performances where they marry old school cool with modern, musical ideas... buckle up and download now!





01

February
Sunday,  12am



$



Closed for Renovations / February 1st thru February 12th


13

February
Friday,  8pm



$12 advance / $15 day of show



Todd O's River of Dreams - Tribute to the music of Billy Joel

River of Dreams

A Tribute to the music of Billy Joel

Todd O has performed over 5000 times in the Philadelphia, New Jersey area as a singer, keyboardist and drummer.

Todd O has written original jazz-rock songs that have been played on radio around the world.

Todd O has performed with Pink, The Philadelphia Orchestra and Chicago as well as with many other artists.

Todd was an extra in the movie "Law Abiding Citizen" starring Jamie Foxx and Gerard Butler.

Todd is a part of Broadway Dreams as a singer and actor.





21

February
Saturday,  8pm



$18 advance / $22 day of show



Rust - Tribute to the music of Neil Young

RUST is a group of experienced musicians with great depth in performing over the years since the late 60's. Their passion for the music of Neil Young is clear as they create a memorable experience - close to going to a Neil Young concert.

RUST recreates the unique acoustic and electric sound of Neil Young, with vocals that are very close to Neil's own voice.

They take you from Neil's early work in the 60's through his current releases.





27

February
Friday,  8pm



$7 at the door



New Solution

New Solution Entertainment, located in Bucks County, PA, is the newest wedding/party band to hit the area.

Made up of seasoned performers, music educators, and outstanding musicians, NSE is dedicated to giving you and your guests an unforgettable event for a reasonable price.

From classic party tunes to modern jams and anything else in between, we promise to keep the dance floor full from beginning to end.





28

February
Saturday,  8pm



$7 at the door



Kicking Wicked

Kicking Wicked
Featuring monster guitarist Pat DiCicco with ex-Guitardogs: Mark Ludescher (bass, vocals, guitar); Don McCormick (drums, vocals); Rich Schock (keyboards, vocals).

Kicking Wicked is an original/classic rock band from southeastern, Pennsylvania.

Formed in December of 2012 the band is currently writing new material for its' upcoming release and booking shows for 2014.

The band's sound is varied with their cover material ranging from artists such as: Jeff Beck, Deep Purple, Boston, Journey, and Santana to Spirit, ZZTOP, CCR, and Hendrix. All members contribute to the writing of the original material which can go from the tongue in cheek upbeat musings of our resident comedian (Mark), the multi-layered guitar riffs of Pat, to the intricately weaved rhythms of Don, or the classical overtones and stories of Rich.

Although the band has only been together for a year, the members of Kicking Wicked have performed in multiple venues including: Roanoke Civic Center (Roanoke, VA); Kimmel Center (Phila., PA); Times Square (NY, NY); Musikfest ( Bethlehem, PA) and opened for Marshall Tucker, Johnny Winter, Albert Cummings.





06

March
Friday,  8pm



$No Cover



Little Red Rooster

Like a fine wine, The Little Red Rooster Blues Band just seems to get better with age.

Founded back in 1988 the band has successfully developed their own sound through interpretations of traditional Chicago Blues and West Coast Jump Blues.

Over the years the band has consistently performed their high energy brand of blues in many renowned clubs and festivals. Their performance mission is simple: To entertain and leave them hungry for more.

Little Red Rooster has performed with many legendary blues artists such as: Charlie Musslewhite, Rick Estrin and the Nightcats, Lil' Ed and the Blues Imperials, Kenny Neal, The Nighthawks, Jim Thackery and the Drivers, Steady Rollin' Bob Margolin, Satan and Adam, Jerry Portnoy, Lonnie Mack, Duke Robillard, Jimmy Dawkins, and Jimmy Rogers.





07

March
Saturday,  8pm



$10





Dan DeChellis Trio with Alex Radus Trio

The Dan DeChellis Trio's original music is a meld of Jazz exploration and a Rock and Pop melodic sensibility, drawing together elements of classic rock, ambient music, jazz and classical.

The music is accessible and direct for the non-jazz fan, yet still embodies the spirit of jazz for the seasoned jazz listener.

"Dan DeChellis is a pianist with plenty to say, covering a broad emotional spectrum while creating music that speaks clearly, succinctly and directly to the mind, body, and soul." AllaboutJazz.com





The Alex Radus Trio (ART) draws from across the American songwriting spectrum, leapfrogging genres and often blurring the lines between them. Radus was recently nominated as Best Singer/Songwriter for the 2015 Lehigh Valley Music Awards. ART's newest release, Jewels & Tinware, was nominated for Outstanding Album of 2014.

ART also features Dan Manchester on upright bass, Charlie Heim on drums and a very special appearance by Dave Cahill.

Radus has toured the country extensively, recorded multiple albums, and won numerous awards and critical acclaim for his songwriting and performing. He has been heard on WXPN and WNTI, performed live on Wisconsin Public Radio's Higher Ground with Jonathan Overby, and appeared at numerous festivals and famed clubs such as MusikFest (Bethlehem, PA), AntiFolk Fest (NYC), Augusta Heritage Fest (Elkins, WV), Club Passim (Boston), Tin Angel (Philly), and Eddie's Attic (Atlanta, GA).

Radus' newest release, Jewels & Tinware, is available at www.alexradus.com

14

March
Saturday,  8pm



$No Cover



Wineskin


20

March
Friday,  8pm



$No Cover



Ryan Tennis and The Clubhouse Band

The charming authenticity of Ryan Tennis' sound has drawn comparisons to Paul Simon, Bill Withers and Ben Harper--surprising likenesses for an all-American college football player turned singer/songwriter. While his disarming lyrics and singable melodies display a rare sensitivity, the intensity of his live performances - solo or backed by the raucous Clubhouse Band - hint at his gridiron past. Shows swing as easily from pin-drop-silence-inducing acoustic ballads to deep-grooving funk jams and bumping roots reggae covers. Revealed in the varied whole is an artist devoted to honest songwriting and willing to follow his own expression to a place beyond easy categorization.

Tennis' ability to connect with diverse audiences has endeared him to fans at home and abroad, and with a dogged DIY mentality the last two years have seen him orchestrate successful tours through Switzerland, Germany, Ireland, Colombia, and Argentina. 

Stateside, Tennis has an ever-expanding regional tour schedule revolving around his home city of Philadelphia. He has opened for Grammy Winners Kenny Loggins and Shawn Colvin, performed at the Philadelphia Folk Festival and Falcon Ridge's "Emerging Artist Showcase," and shared the stage with folk legends Ellis Paul and Jonatha Brook. He's appeared on NBC's The 10! Show and 6abc's Tuned in, and has become a regular on Philadelphia independent radio. In 2010, Tennis emerged atop more than 600 entrants in the Philadelphia Songwriters Project Contest, and was nominated as Philadelphia's singer/songwriter of the year by both Origivation Magazine and WSTW's Hometown Heroes.