810 Bristol Pike Croydon, PA 19021

(215) 788-2855

Events

  • David Dzubinski (Sat. Brunch Jam 11am-2pm)

    • 07/01/2017

    • 11:00am - 2:00pm

    Biography Physical/psycho/spiritual radical new jazz jams

  • (Sunday Brunch) w/Keli Vale Jazz

    • 07/02/2017

    • 11:00am - 2:00pm

  • The Keith Lesnik Trio

    • 07/03/2017

    • 8:00pm - 12:00am

  • Joe Robinson

    • 07/05/2017

    • 8:00pm - 12:00am

    I've had a lot of fun playing music over the years. My old friend Mike McGarry inspired me to pick up the Bass back in 1974 and I've been playing ever since. My first gig was the arts festival at Neshaminy High School back in 1975 with Jamie Thompson and Jim Misina. Jim and I were new to playing live and we were seriously nervous. Since then I?ve had the pleasure to play with some of the best players in Bucks County and beyond including the late Danny Degennaro, Mikey Jr., Jamie and Randall Thompson, Jim Misina, Gwen Umpstead Lefevre, Gene Yeager, Yvonne Mizrahi Blackwell, Paul Urban, Lou Zalvino, Richard Ray Farrell and many many more. Here is a partial list of some of the venues I?ve had the pleasure of being a regular performer. Trump Plaza Casino Atlantic City, NJ, The Dizzy Dolphin Lounge at The Hilton Casino Atlantic City, NJ, The Buck Hotel Feasterville, PA, The Washington Crossing Inn Washington Crossing PA, The Bolero Hotel Wildwood, NJ, The Lobster Loft Sea Isle City, NJ, The Logan Inn New Hope, PA, The Yardley Inn, Yardley, PA. The list goes on. I have been in rock bands, blues bands, a few three piece midi bands, and have performed countless solo acoustic shows all over Southeastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey. From Clapton to the Beatles to Gershwin and Sinatra, from Stevie Wonder to Stevie Ray Vaughn, I cover a wide range of material and look forward to playing for your next big event.

  • Dane Rosenfeld

    • 07/06/2017

    • 8:00pm - 12:00am

  • Faraway Guys

    • 07/08/2017

    • 9:00pm - 1:00am

  • (Sunday Brunch) w/Keli Vale Jazz

    • 07/09/2017

    • 11:00am - 2:00pm

  • Soul Custody Trio

    • 07/09/2017

    • 4:00pm - 8:00pm

    Soul Custody's rock and soul music is given life by a group of musicians who bring a wealth of talent and experience that, when combined, delivers on every level.

  • Lynsay Salera

    • 07/13/2017

    • 8:00pm - 12:00am

  • Joe Robinson Happy Hour Jam

    • 07/14/2017

    • 4:00pm - 7:00pm

    I've had a lot of fun playing music over the years. My old friend Mike McGarry inspired me to pick up the Bass back in 1974 and I've been playing ever since. My first gig was the arts festival at Neshaminy High School back in 1975 with Jamie Thompson and Jim Misina. Jim and I were new to playing live and we were seriously nervous. Since then I?ve had the pleasure to play with some of the best players in Bucks County and beyond including the late Danny Degennaro, Mikey Jr., Jamie and Randall Thompson, Jim Misina, Gwen Umpstead Lefevre, Gene Yeager, Yvonne Mizrahi Blackwell, Paul Urban, Lou Zalvino, Richard Ray Farrell and many many more. Here is a partial list of some of the venues I?ve had the pleasure of being a regular performer. Trump Plaza Casino Atlantic City, NJ, The Dizzy Dolphin Lounge at The Hilton Casino Atlantic City, NJ, The Buck Hotel Feasterville, PA, The Washington Crossing Inn Washington Crossing PA, The Bolero Hotel Wildwood, NJ, The Lobster Loft Sea Isle City, NJ, The Logan Inn New Hope, PA, The Yardley Inn, Yardley, PA. The list goes on. I have been in rock bands, blues bands, a few three piece midi bands, and have performed countless solo acoustic shows all over Southeastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey. From Clapton to the Beatles to Gershwin and Sinatra, from Stevie Wonder to Stevie Ray Vaughn, I cover a wide range of material and look forward to playing for your next big event.

  • Jake Bracey

    • 07/14/2017

    • 9:00pm - 1:00am

  • Jazz 180 (Sat. Brunch Jam 11am-2pm)

    • 07/15/2017

    • 11:00am - 2:00pm

  • Kevin Toft & The All Stars

    • 07/15/2017

    • 9:00pm - 1:00am

    Started playing the guitar at eight years old. Started first band at fourteen years old with classmates Dom Bartolini and Paul Midura, at the urging of nuns at St. Anthony Catholic School, Trenton, NJ. Played with several bands; The Human Era, Stoned Fly, Grenadine, Alias Rabbit, Johnny Jazz and The Welders and as a solo artist. Studied guitar, piano, sax, and flute as well as courses in music theory, harmony and composition

  • Mikey Ragz Sunday Brunch Jazz 11am-2pm

    • 07/16/2017

    • 11:00am - 2:00pm

  • Ivory & Steel

    • 07/16/2017

    • 4:00pm - 8:00pm

  • Ricky and Jenny Leigh

    • 07/19/2017

    • 8:00pm - 12:00am

    Ricky and Jenny Leigh is a Northeast Philadelphia based acoustic duo that performs an eclectic variety of all your favorite hits from from the 60’s til now. Jenny Leigh has been singing all her life and is inspired by musical influences from great bands such as Fleetwood Mac, The Who, Journey and Aerosmith and solo artists such as Etta James, Adele, Alanis Morrissette and Stevie Nicks. Ricky Haldis plays many musical instruments such as piano and drums but is a master at guitar. He teaches these instruments to students and is currently lead guitarist for the band MIMIC. Ricky and Jenny Leigh are constantly working on new hits to cover and are currently playing at the Colonial Inn every third Friday each month. To find out more or to book Ricky and Jenny Leigh, please contact Ricky Haldis at 267-324-6089 or Jenny Leigh at 215-828-4703

  • Will Paquette

    • 07/20/2017

    • 8:00pm - 12:00am

    Will Paquette is known for playing a massive variety of cover music. From the classics your grandparents danced to, to many of the hits heard on today's radio. Pop, country, hip-hop, classic/modern rock, jam-bands, 80's, 90's, reggae, and everything else in between. He's a Philly suburb native, and isn't recognized as "the song bird of our generation" for nothing, so come get a few drinks with friends and have your requests ready!

  • Cecil & Ray (Happy Hour Jam 4-7pm)

    • 07/21/2017

    • 4:00pm - 7:00pm

  • Jeff Zambino

    • 07/21/2017

    • 9:00pm - 12:00am

  • Michael Leggerie (Sat. Brunch Jam 11am-2pm)

    • 07/22/2017

    • 11:00am - 2:00pm

    Michael Leggerie is a Classically trained pianist with a dual major Bachelors Degree in Jazz and Classical Performance from the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. He is also a singer songwriter who performs, composes, teaches and produces in all styles of music.

  • Carl Gandalf

    • 07/22/2017

    • 9:00pm - 1:00am

    CARL GANDALFCarl Gandalf is a guitarist/vocalist/harmonicist who has been playing in Tri-Statearea bars and clubs over the past four decades. Carl cut his teeth playing guitarand singing in the South Street original music scene in the 1970s and eventuallystarted playing cover material in area rock and rhythm and blues bands. Duringthis era he added tenor sax, harmonica, and bass guitar to his list of performanceinstruments.Over the past several years he has concentrated on solo, duo and trioperformances, often with the Wizard Trio which he founded in 2010 and theWizard Duo which began performing in 2012. Gandalf performs with a Fender Strat and vintage drum machine, a combinationwhich gives him the ability to make the music groove more so than your typicalacoustic act. He refers to his style as “rhythm ‘n groove”.He performs his own unique versions of soul, rhythm and blues, rock, reggae, andblues classics from artists such as Stevie Wonder, Santana, Little Feat, GratefulDead, Bob Marley, Jim Croce, Wilson Pickett, Buddy Holly, T Bone Walker, ChrisIsaak, Otis Redding, JJ Cale, and some old vintage gems from artists like theFlamingos, Coasters, and Clovers.For photos and videos please visit Gandalf’s website athttps://sites.google.com/site/carlgandalfmusic/home

  • (Sunday Brunch) w/Keli Vale Jazz

    • 07/23/2017

    • 11:00am - 2:00pm

  • Jay Regan

    • 07/23/2017

    • 4:00pm - 8:00pm

    It all started for me when a friend asked if I wanted to buy his used bass guitar. Oh I dabbled with piano and guitar lessons as a kid but never stuck to it. But I could always sing and I loved singing. So at 18 I had a bass and for some reason I poured myself into it. Flash forward, a friend of a friend who played guitar found out I played (or owned) a bass. He suggested we jam, we did and continued to, and when we had enough songs we went out and played as a duo. I was never so nervous in my whole life, but I loved it! The duo turned into a band called Time Slyder, I switched from bass to Lead Vocals and keyboards and we enjoyed some local success playing covers. However my dream was to perform my own songs, however not everyone wanted to play original music. While I played in Time Slyder I was busy at home with a 4 track recorded recording my original music. Eventually I formed the band Outrage from members of Time Slyder and we played original shows and incorporated the originals music into our cover shows. After Outrage broke up I answered an ad to replace the lead singer of a band called April Fool, they had just released a CD and played only original music. They were playing the cool rooms of that late 80?s time period like the Galaxy, Bonnie?s, Empire, etc. This band really taught me how to put on a show and run a band. Things went well for a while but time had worn on the band and it started to break apart. I left after our bass player left and laid low for a time building my business ?The Pick Up Joint? in Hatboro, a music store band rehearsal studio. One day a very energetic guy from the band Dezire came in the Pick Up Joint wondering if he could hang a flyer for his band looking for a lead vocalist. We talked and when I heard they were a hard rock band and played only original music I said, well I am a lead vocalist. So I went down to their practice spot and I wasn?t really super impressed, coming from April Fool who was really very professional and polished this appeared to be a step backwards. But when Tony, the drummer from Dezire called back and said they wanted me to join. I figured I?d see what would happen, if they had one thing on their side it was determination or shall I say desire? Well, my instinct was right they did have a lot of determination and that, fueled by my experience with my old bands, some re-written tunes, the addition of some of my songs and a new bass player we rose up the Philly live music scene pretty quickly. We palyed all the familiar local Philadelphia/South Jersey music places like Bonnie?s, the Empire, the Galaxy, the Cell Block, New Telford Inn, and many. many more, including clubs in Manhattan, Virginia, North Jersey, Maine. We also put out our debut CD in 1992, and it gained a lot of college and some commercial aurplay. We also started headlining shows and opening for national acts like Dee Snyder?s Widow Maker, Ace Freely (from Kiss), Bang Tango, and others.

  • Sister Blue

    • 07/26/2017

    • 7:00pm - 11:00pm

    A BELTER OF THE BLUES", is how "PHILA. INQUIRER MAGAZINE" featured SISTER BLUE in a 1998 feature of "LOCAL ANGLE". That same year "NORTHEAST TIMES" described her as a singer whose..."soul fights its way out and fills the room with well-seasoned wisdom and joy", and "strums her guitar with a trance-like fervor". In 1999, "CHESTNUT HILL LOCAL" exclaimed, "she bellows, belabors, and blasts the blues as if it's exploding from a howitzer. There are no pretty bows on her songs, just a barbed wire of passion hot enough to burn up the furniture in the room. A Philly native, Sister Blue fronts a driving blues band, with powerful vocals and stinging guitar leads. For variety, Sister Blue also leads an acoustic duo, playing blues and ragtime, including renditions of her favorite Bessie Smith songs, as well as compostions of her own. Prior years have seen SISTER BLUE on the same bill as JOE LEWIS WALKER, JOHN HAMMOND, SATAN & ADAM, SAFFIRE, as well as B.B. KING, BUDDY GUY, FABULOUS THUNDERBIRDS, TAJ MAHAL, ROOMFUL OF BLUES, KATIE WEBSTER, CLARENCE "GATEMOUTH" BROWN, PINETOP PERKINS, SUNNYLAND SLIM, RUTH BROWN, and LONNIE BROOKS, at the biggest outdoor east coast blues festival, the 1990 "RIVER BLUES FESTIVAL". Sister Blue has had the honor to grace the stage with blues greats: KOKO TAYLOR, and the late great ALBERT COLLINS and JOHNNY COPELAND.

  • Brian Elliot

    • 07/27/2017

    • 8:00pm - 12:00am

  • Keli Vale & Nick Bucci Jazz (Happy Hr. Jam 4-7pm)

    • 07/28/2017

    • 4:00pm - 7:00pm

    Philadelphia native Keli Vale started her musical career in duos, trios, and bands, singing R&B, Classic Rock, Pop, Motown, and anything else anyone wanted to hear. In her 25+ year career, she's also sung on worship teams and in Gospel choirs, and has also done musical theater. Her specialty for over a decade now is Jazz, and she has built quite a relationship with the local Jazz Community. Keli has two professional studio recordings. Her first, from 2013, is a full band CD of classic standards and two original compositions, complete with rhythm and horn sections called “Whose Life is This?” Her latest, released in September of 2016, is a bare bones, vocal and guitar recording called “Sweetness” which includes eleven originals and three classics, and was created with guitarist and co-writer Nick Bucci. In 2010, Keli began to study piano to accompany herself for the sake of adding solo performances to her schedule. She now plays a smooth, jazzy mix of Jazz Standards, R&B, some Classic Rock, and Pop on her mostly solo itinerary, which includes several venues in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. She also does several duo gigs with guitarist and writing partner Nick Bucci, many Jazz trio and full band shows, and fills out her schedule with cocktail hour, corporate, and private party engagements.

  • The Mix

    • 07/28/2017

    • 9:00pm - 1:00am

    Philly-born Vic Monaco picked up his first guitar when he was 8. He continued to take lessons for 6 years until a jazz book hurt his brain. Thus, a pop/rock cover band career ensued. His first residency came with Fox-Chase-based Hot Ice, which marked the start of a long musical collaboration with guitarist/singer Bill Mecaughey which continues to this day in The Mix.In addition to Mecaughey, The Mix is comprised of veteran bassist/vocalist Ric Lake and well-known Bucks County drummer/vocalist Bill Walp. The band’s largely acoustic show features mostly tunes from the 1960s through 1980s. Think The Eagles, The Doobie Brothers, America, Fleetwood Mac, The Monkees and Bruce Springsteen. While those names are very familiar, The Mix’s tunes are often songs you just don't hear from other bands such as "No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature" and "Hand Me Down World" by The Guess Who or "Crazy Little Thing Called Love” by Queen. And then there's the acoustic Beatles set, which has quickly become a fan favorite. "This feels very comfortable from a musical and personal perspective,” said Vic. “I've known both Bills for quite some time and they are good people first, talented and open-minded musicians second. Ric feels like an old friend and his talent on the bass and vocals has taken The Mix to another level."

  • David Dzubinski (Sat. Brunch Jam 11am-2pm)

    • 07/29/2017

    • 11:00am - 2:00pm

    Biography Physical/psycho/spiritual radical new jazz jams

  • Cara Cartney

    • 07/29/2017

    • 9:00pm - 1:00am

    Music has always been a part of Cara’s life. Her musical influence and inspiration comes from her father Tim, a guitar player himself who passed his passion for Paul McCartney and the Beatles as well as many other great talents on to his daughter. When Cara was three years old her Dad gave her a big orange guitar and at that tender age Cara would join her father in singing the words to all of the songs. Around the age of 13 Cara realized that playing music came naturally to her, she learned to play the guitar by ear and had no formal vocal training. At age 15 Cara began writing her own songs and recording them on an 8 track. With the support of her mother Jane and her sister Kelly, Cara began to step out of her shyness and battle against her stage fright. She would share her beautiful voice and her passion for her music by playing out at many local venues and open mics.

  • Dick Gratton Sunday Brunch Jazz 11am-2pm

    • 07/30/2017

    • 11:00am - 2:00pm

    DICK GRATTON started playing guitar in 1948 after hearing his father's extensive collection of jazz and big band recordings. Inspired by guitarists Les Paul, Gene Bertoncini, Tony Mottola and Wes Montgomery, Dick started performing in groups in high school and shortly thereafter joined a group in 1957 working New Jersey night clubs in the Trenton area and Atlantic City. Self taught on guitar and bass, Dick has performed with the late great jazz pianist Dick Braytenbah as well as recording artists such as Philadelphia based vocalists Suzanne Cloud, Denise Montana, Miss Justine and Connie Rainis, Trenton area jazz vocalist Wenonah Brooks, saxophonists Denis DiBlasio and Richie Cole and the late great jazz guitarist Tal Farlow. Area night club appearances include the Greenwood Grill, the Mill Hill Saloon, the Tremont Lounge, the Centre House Pub, the Urban Word Cafe, and Marsilio's Restaurant in Trenton NJ, the Nassau Inn in Princeton NJ and the Farnsworth House and Bordentown Yacht Club in Bordentown NJ. Dick has also made concert performances at the Trenton NJ Mill Hill Playhouse, the New Jersey State Museum in Trenton NJ and the Jazz and Blues Showcase Series in Medford Lakes NJ, led jazz groups at annual dinners for the American Federation Of Musicians Of Trenton NJ, performed at many of Trenton's official functions such as annual Trenton Preservation Awards ceremonies and Heritage Days Festivals, played in Bordentown NJ for annual Cranberry Festivals and Iris Festivals and performed in a six piece jazz group with special guest saxophone artist Richie Cole at the 1998 Trenton Jazz Festival at Waterfront Park in Trenton NJ, opening for legendary jazz performers pianists David Benoit and Alex Bugnon, Latin pianist Eddie Palmieri and vocalist Oleta Adams. Dick has played with Tal Farlow in guitar workshops in Philadelphia PA as well as night clubs in Philadelphia PA and the Jersey shore. In addition to his self-produced CD "THE GUITARS OF DICK GRATTON" recorded during the summer of 1998 at his Bordentown NJ studio, Dick is also featured on recordings of vocalist and composer John Calu, jazz vocalists Linda Lee, Wenonah Brooks and the late smooth jazz vocalist Evelyn Anderson. He has played both concert guitar and steel string guitar on engagements. Recently Dick has been working occasionally with jazz vocalist Linda Lee and author/vocalist/composer John Calu.

  • Paul Donovan

    • 07/30/2017

    • 4:00pm - 8:00pm

    Starting young listening to his parents' "Meet The Beatles" record Paul went full speed ahead into Pop Radio land. Side trips along the way through virtuoso guitar and jazz music helped shape an eclectic take on music that's at once both comforting and familiar yet edgy enough to keep you on your toes. Years of gigs from one side of the country to the other from solo, duo, trio, heavy and acoustic rock, large and small jazz ensembles have instilled a sense of confidence in his playing and singing. Both leading his own groups and supporting established artists. Currently performing a handful of acoustic dates showcasing his original songs along with a wide-ranging selection of cover songs not usually heard by the regular club crowd.

  • Joe Robinson

    • 08/02/2017

    • 8:00pm - 12:00am

    I've had a lot of fun playing music over the years. My old friend Mike McGarry inspired me to pick up the Bass back in 1974 and I've been playing ever since. My first gig was the arts festival at Neshaminy High School back in 1975 with Jamie Thompson and Jim Misina. Jim and I were new to playing live and we were seriously nervous. Since then I?ve had the pleasure to play with some of the best players in Bucks County and beyond including the late Danny Degennaro, Mikey Jr., Jamie and Randall Thompson, Jim Misina, Gwen Umpstead Lefevre, Gene Yeager, Yvonne Mizrahi Blackwell, Paul Urban, Lou Zalvino, Richard Ray Farrell and many many more. Here is a partial list of some of the venues I?ve had the pleasure of being a regular performer. Trump Plaza Casino Atlantic City, NJ, The Dizzy Dolphin Lounge at The Hilton Casino Atlantic City, NJ, The Buck Hotel Feasterville, PA, The Washington Crossing Inn Washington Crossing PA, The Bolero Hotel Wildwood, NJ, The Lobster Loft Sea Isle City, NJ, The Logan Inn New Hope, PA, The Yardley Inn, Yardley, PA. The list goes on. I have been in rock bands, blues bands, a few three piece midi bands, and have performed countless solo acoustic shows all over Southeastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey. From Clapton to the Beatles to Gershwin and Sinatra, from Stevie Wonder to Stevie Ray Vaughn, I cover a wide range of material and look forward to playing for your next big event.

  • Dane Rosenfeld

    • 08/03/2017

    • 8:00pm - 12:00am

  • David Dzubinski (4-7pm Happy Hour Jam)

    • 08/04/2017

    • 4:00pm - 7:00pm

    Biography Physical/psycho/spiritual radical new jazz jams

  • Mike Estabrook

    • 08/04/2017

    • 9:00pm - 12:00am

    Biography Mike Estabrook is a solo acoustic artist based out of Atlanta, GA . Originally from Sayville, NY, Mike has been playing guitar for over 14 years. He moved to Atlanta in 2007 and has had several solo and group projects that have been showcased throughout the city of Atlanta. His live performances in Atlanta began in 2008 when he joined Days Unchained as their guitarist and back up vocalist. He then started up an acoustic duo with Kerry Wentworth playing guitar and sharing vocals in Minutes to Live. His group work also includes father/son duo Up and Left , and The Brooks, where he shares the stage with Ben Brookes Belcher. He has more recently gained an interest in developing his solo career, with a broad new set list tapping into some alternative and classic rock acoustic sounds. Aside from discovering a fresh way to deliver the live musical goods he has come to be known for, Mike?s choice of material proves he is an artist who seeks originality and color with his music. Mike has a true ear for music and is a perfectionist in his art. His soulful voice carries layers of John Mayer, 311, Alice in Chains and Neil Young with a little bit of something you just can't find anywhere else. ..

  • David Dzubinski (Sat. Brunch Jam 11am-2pm)

    • 08/05/2017

    • 11:00am - 2:00pm

    Biography Physical/psycho/spiritual radical new jazz jams

  • Michael Leggerie (Sat. Brunch Jam 11am-2pm)

    • 08/05/2017

    • 9:00pm - 1:00am

    Michael Leggerie is a Classically trained pianist with a dual major Bachelors Degree in Jazz and Classical Performance from the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. He is also a singer songwriter who performs, composes, teaches and produces in all styles of music.

  • Dick Gratton Sunday Brunch Jazz

    • 08/06/2017

    • 11:00am - 2:00pm

    DICK GRATTON started playing guitar in 1948 after hearing his father's extensive collection of jazz and big band recordings. Inspired by guitarists Les Paul, Gene Bertoncini, Tony Mottola and Wes Montgomery, Dick started performing in groups in high school and shortly thereafter joined a group in 1957 working New Jersey night clubs in the Trenton area and Atlantic City. Self taught on guitar and bass, Dick has performed with the late great jazz pianist Dick Braytenbah as well as recording artists such as Philadelphia based vocalists Suzanne Cloud, Denise Montana, Miss Justine and Connie Rainis, Trenton area jazz vocalist Wenonah Brooks, saxophonists Denis DiBlasio and Richie Cole and the late great jazz guitarist Tal Farlow. Area night club appearances include the Greenwood Grill, the Mill Hill Saloon, the Tremont Lounge, the Centre House Pub, the Urban Word Cafe, and Marsilio's Restaurant in Trenton NJ, the Nassau Inn in Princeton NJ and the Farnsworth House and Bordentown Yacht Club in Bordentown NJ. Dick has also made concert performances at the Trenton NJ Mill Hill Playhouse, the New Jersey State Museum in Trenton NJ and the Jazz and Blues Showcase Series in Medford Lakes NJ, led jazz groups at annual dinners for the American Federation Of Musicians Of Trenton NJ, performed at many of Trenton's official functions such as annual Trenton Preservation Awards ceremonies and Heritage Days Festivals, played in Bordentown NJ for annual Cranberry Festivals and Iris Festivals and performed in a six piece jazz group with special guest saxophone artist Richie Cole at the 1998 Trenton Jazz Festival at Waterfront Park in Trenton NJ, opening for legendary jazz performers pianists David Benoit and Alex Bugnon, Latin pianist Eddie Palmieri and vocalist Oleta Adams. Dick has played with Tal Farlow in guitar workshops in Philadelphia PA as well as night clubs in Philadelphia PA and the Jersey shore. In addition to his self-produced CD "THE GUITARS OF DICK GRATTON" recorded during the summer of 1998 at his Bordentown NJ studio, Dick is also featured on recordings of vocalist and composer John Calu, jazz vocalists Linda Lee, Wenonah Brooks and the late smooth jazz vocalist Evelyn Anderson. He has played both concert guitar and steel string guitar on engagements. Recently Dick has been working occasionally with jazz vocalist Linda Lee and author/vocalist/composer John Calu.

  • Mike Ghantt

    • 08/06/2017

    • 4:00pm - 8:00pm

  • The Keith Lesnik Trio

    • 08/07/2017

    • 8:00pm - 12:00am

  • Nytrous

    • 08/09/2017

    • 8:00pm - 12:00am

  • Mark Macmanus

    • 08/10/2017

    • 8:00pm - 12:00am

    Mark Macmanus is a singer-songwriter from Central NJ. Mark has been writing and performing his original compositions and vast array of covers since 1997. Since 1997 Mark Macmanus has been playing in duo's, trio's and solo gigs performing all over NJ, PA, NY, VT and Austin Texas. Mark is no stranger to music festivals and events as he has participated in the first 3 Utica Music Festivals ('07, '08 & '09) , the Texas Rockfest (2009) and several "Art All Night" events in his home town of Trenton, NJ. A typical Mark Macmanus show will include covers from some of Mark's biggest influences: The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Steely Dan, U2, Elvis Costello, Squeeze as well as some of Mark's clever and catchy original songs sprinkled in throughout the night. As John Lennon once wrote, "A Splendid Time is Guaranteed for all!"

  • Joe Robinson Happy Hour Jam

    • 08/11/2017

    • 4:00pm - 7:00pm

    I've had a lot of fun playing music over the years. My old friend Mike McGarry inspired me to pick up the Bass back in 1974 and I've been playing ever since. My first gig was the arts festival at Neshaminy High School back in 1975 with Jamie Thompson and Jim Misina. Jim and I were new to playing live and we were seriously nervous. Since then I?ve had the pleasure to play with some of the best players in Bucks County and beyond including the late Danny Degennaro, Mikey Jr., Jamie and Randall Thompson, Jim Misina, Gwen Umpstead Lefevre, Gene Yeager, Yvonne Mizrahi Blackwell, Paul Urban, Lou Zalvino, Richard Ray Farrell and many many more. Here is a partial list of some of the venues I?ve had the pleasure of being a regular performer. Trump Plaza Casino Atlantic City, NJ, The Dizzy Dolphin Lounge at The Hilton Casino Atlantic City, NJ, The Buck Hotel Feasterville, PA, The Washington Crossing Inn Washington Crossing PA, The Bolero Hotel Wildwood, NJ, The Lobster Loft Sea Isle City, NJ, The Logan Inn New Hope, PA, The Yardley Inn, Yardley, PA. The list goes on. I have been in rock bands, blues bands, a few three piece midi bands, and have performed countless solo acoustic shows all over Southeastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey. From Clapton to the Beatles to Gershwin and Sinatra, from Stevie Wonder to Stevie Ray Vaughn, I cover a wide range of material and look forward to playing for your next big event.

  • Harry Walther Band

    • 08/11/2017

    • 9:00pm - 1:00am

    Harry Walther - Veteran Singer Songwriter from the Philadelphia area that has been entertaining fans with acoustic shows as well as classic high energy rock shows with the HWB, The Harry Walther Band for last 15 years. Performing a wide scale of classic covers as well as original songs ranging from rock to folk to country rock which Harry calls Rock n Roll but has been label by others as Americana. With the great line up that Harry has put together in the HWB band the live shows never fail to rock the house down.

  • Michael Leggerie (Sat. Brunch Jam 11am-2pm)

    • 08/12/2017

    • 11:00am - 2:00pm

    Michael Leggerie is a Classically trained pianist with a dual major Bachelors Degree in Jazz and Classical Performance from the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. He is also a singer songwriter who performs, composes, teaches and produces in all styles of music.

  • New Pony

    • 08/12/2017

    • 9:00pm - 1:00am

    Formed in 2006, New Pony is an energetic Philly funk band. The band's musicianship is tight and the chemistry between the band members translates into an electric energy on stage that draws the crowd in and doesn't let them go. The Philadelphia City Paper recently said of them, "they groove, they rock, they make you dance and they throw one of the best parties around." The bottom line about this band is this: if you go to hear New Pony, what will be obvious from the first riffs of the guitar, a growl from the Hammond B-3, the funky beats on the high hat cymbol, and the opening groove set by the bass, is that these guys came to play. <p> New Pony has a vast repertoire comprised of their own original songs and an array of funk and rock covers, all of which are done with a unique New Pony twist. In any given set, the guys can go from an original to an Aretha classic, a wah-wah drenched Beatles cover, to a classic by the iconic Meters, back to an original, and end with their own take on a Led Zeppelin standard. And the crowd will be sticking around for the next set, guaranteed. <p> The band began as a quartet, but two years ago added vocalist and percussionist extraordinaire Robert McNaull, and then added a part-time three-piece horn section - you can hire them with or without the horns. In their time together, they have become one of the most sought after and entertaining bands on the local and regional scenes, having played all over Bucks, Montgomery, Berks, Delaware, and Chester counties. The band also makes regular trips to Baltimore, NYC, Delaware, and the Jersey shore, and they've opened for a number of national acts such as The Budos Band, Big Sam's Funky Nation, Bernie Worrell, Papa Grows Funk, and Robert Randolph and the Family Band. <p> Looking ahead to 2013, New Pony already has a lot of shows booked. They're also presently mixing their 2nd CD and are looking towards a spring release.

  • (Sunday Brunch) w/Keli Vale Jazz

    • 08/13/2017

    • 11:00am - 2:00pm

  • Soul Custody Trio

    • 08/13/2017

    • 4:00pm - 8:00pm

    Soul Custody's rock and soul music is given life by a group of musicians who bring a wealth of talent and experience that, when combined, delivers on every level.

  • Streets of Rome

    • 08/16/2017

    • 8:00pm - 12:00am

  • Gerber Jennings

    • 08/17/2017

    • 8:00pm - 12:00am

    Local Musician Gerber Jennings has been performing thru-out NJ and Pennsylvania for 5 years. He brings an eclectic vibe with a rugged urban style. Gerber appeals to the entire crowd young or old, performing music's biggest hits that's span from doo-whop to modern day era. A family-friendly favorite.

  • Cecil & Ray (Happy Hour Jam 4-7pm)

    • 08/18/2017

    • 4:00pm - 7:00pm

  • Soul Kitchen

    • 08/18/2017

    • 9:00pm - 1:00am

    Soul Kitchen is a power duo playing a wide variety of music from the 1950's to present. We perform with live vocals, keyboards, and guitar as well as backing rhythm tracks giving us the sound of a full band with only two performers. Our repertoire includes classic rock, soul, blues, and country. In addition, we feature music from the iconic 1960’s band “The Doors.”

  • Jazz 180 (Sat. Brunch Jam 11am-2pm)

    • 08/19/2017

    • 11:00am - 2:00pm

  • Mia Johnson

    • 08/19/2017

    • 9:00pm - 1:00am

    Originally from Michigan's Upper Peninsula, MIA JOHNSON has been in Philly making music for over a decade. She got her start busking her original songs on South Street, then onto Philly venues, the recording studio, and independent tours of the East Coast and Midwest. Over the years she has performed as a solo act with just acoustic guitar, in a full rock band, and currently performs her music regularly in the acoustic trio called TWO-AND-A-HALF CHICKS which includes herself on lead vocals and guitar, ERIN RYAN on CELLO, and STEPH HAYES on DRUMS. The sound is rhythmically varied, rich in melody and very chill to really rockin' with influences of folk, blues, reggae, gypsy punk and of course, rock n' roll. Although the group plays Mia's original songs, they also have a long list of cover songs ranging from The Pretenders to Madonna, Elvis Costello to Tom Petty and beyond. Mia shows her versatility performing the role of JUNE CARTER in DAVID STONE: THE JOHNNY CASH EXPERIENCE which is the premier full-band JOHNNY CASH TRIBUTE SHOW and the only Johnny Cash Tribute ever to be selected by the State of California (even over Johnny's original band) to play the 40th anniversary commemorative concert at San Quentin State Prison on February 24, 2009, celebrating The historic performance of Johnny Cash at the facility in 1969. Mia has recorded three albums of her original music and is now in pre-production for her fourth due out in 2010. Her 2004 release DRIVER is available on iTunes and CDbaby.com She also appears as backing vocalist on STEPH HAYES and THE GOOD PROBLEMS 2006 release entitled DIRTY BEAUTY, as JUNE CARTER on THE JOHNNY CASH EXPERIENCE's 2007 release LIVE AT THE GLOBE and on various recordings over the years by several artists including CHRIS KASPER, SCHOOLY D, JAMES KLUEH, THE PRINCES OF BABYLON, ADAM BRODSKY, MICHAEL DUTTON and STAGAZER LILY.

  • Mikey Ragz Sunday Brunch Jazz 11am-2pm

    • 08/20/2017

    • 11:00am - 2:00pm

  • Greg McGarvey

    • 08/20/2017

    • 4:00pm - 8:00pm

    • Dog & Bull Brew and Music House

    Greg McGarvey is a singer, songwriter, guitarist, visual artist, writer, and sound collage artist from Bucks County, Pennsylvania. "I always wanted to have a device that could record my dreams and play them back the next morning. As a songwriter, my goal is to create pieces that feel like what those dream movies would feel like." "I write songs about things I can't explain and I take photos of things no one else may have noticed." Greg first touched his grandfather's 1940s Gibson acoustic guitar at the age of three and has rarely been seen without a guitar since. His father Scott claims he learned to read earlier than expected in order to more easily find songs on Everly Brothers records. By the time Greg saw The Everlys play a gig at Valley Forge Music Fair in 1989, he knew what he wanted to do with his life. Greg first performed publicly at the age of eighteen in Bristol, Pennsylvania, and started writing his own material by twenty-four, singing his first song at J.B. Kline & Son Gallery in Lambertville, New Jersey. In addition to solo acoustic performances, he's played original music with GETdownSOULS, Deluxe Thumps, and MOONSLOPE, and traditional Irish folk music with Righteous Jolly in Uncle Argyle. He has also contributed music to the Webby Award-winning mockumentary Gemini Rising and has guested with acts such as Nick Crocker, Cait Black, Kurt Mattel, SYRRAH, Jenny & The Felines, John Beacher, and Levee Drivers. Greg's visual art was first shown at Princeton's ArtTimesTwo Gallery in a 2012 show called The Activity Of Form. Curator Madelaine Shellaby explains that all the show’s pieces "explore the boundaries between the real and the felt - between what is seen and what can be expanded and known from it." Greg's work has also been shown in J.B. Kline & Son's Gallery during the Music Month exhibition, an opportunity to bridge the gap between his love of visual art and of music. In August 2015, a month-long exhibition entitled "A Few Moments With Marcella" opens at Langhorne Coffee House's Artist On The Avenue, a show that celebrates the life of the brave and beautiful Marcella Di Sandro, tragically lost in 2014 to cancer. Greg also maintains a continually expanding sound collage, started when he was fifteen years old in 1998 and, as of 2014, lasting for over six hours. "If my songs and my visual art are in the front window of my shop, Sound Collage is a somewhat polluted, multi-colored stream flowing behind the parking lot."

  • Pop Fiction

    • 08/23/2017

    • 8:00pm - 12:00am

  • Dustin Beck Trio

    • 08/24/2017

    • 8:00pm - 12:00am

    Dustin Beck is a piano player and singer specializing in New Orleans standards. He also enjoys Blues, Jazz, Soul, and Funk.

  • Keli Vale & Nick Bucci Jazz (Happy Hr. Jam 4-7pm)

    • 08/25/2017

    • 4:00pm - 7:00pm

    Philadelphia native Keli Vale started her musical career in duos, trios, and bands, singing R&B, Classic Rock, Pop, Motown, and anything else anyone wanted to hear. In her 25+ year career, she's also sung on worship teams and in Gospel choirs, and has also done musical theater. Her specialty for over a decade now is Jazz, and she has built quite a relationship with the local Jazz Community. Keli has two professional studio recordings. Her first, from 2013, is a full band CD of classic standards and two original compositions, complete with rhythm and horn sections called “Whose Life is This?” Her latest, released in September of 2016, is a bare bones, vocal and guitar recording called “Sweetness” which includes eleven originals and three classics, and was created with guitarist and co-writer Nick Bucci. In 2010, Keli began to study piano to accompany herself for the sake of adding solo performances to her schedule. She now plays a smooth, jazzy mix of Jazz Standards, R&B, some Classic Rock, and Pop on her mostly solo itinerary, which includes several venues in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. She also does several duo gigs with guitarist and writing partner Nick Bucci, many Jazz trio and full band shows, and fills out her schedule with cocktail hour, corporate, and private party engagements.

  • Acoustic Martin & Co.

    • 08/25/2017

    • 9:00pm - 1:00am

  • Michael Leggerie (Sat. Brunch Jam 11am-2pm)

    • 08/26/2017

    • 11:00am - 2:00pm

    Michael Leggerie is a Classically trained pianist with a dual major Bachelors Degree in Jazz and Classical Performance from the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. He is also a singer songwriter who performs, composes, teaches and produces in all styles of music.

  • Carl Gandolf

    • 08/26/2017

    • 9:00pm - 1:00am

    Carl Gandalf has been performing in rock and blues bands throughout the Philadelphia area for decades. He is recently back to performing solo, using his trusty strat, harps, and a vintage drum machine. He plays groove versions of blues, rock, soul, reggae and even a standard or two.

  • (Sunday Brunch) w/Keli Vale Jazz

    • 08/27/2017

    • 11:00am - 2:00pm

  • Christine Warren

    • 08/27/2017

    • 4:00pm - 8:00pm

    Christine is a solo acoustic guitarist, singer, and entertainer with over fifteen years’ experience performing in restaurants, pubs, and private events (e.g. Weddings, Birthdays, Corporate Events, and Retirement Homes). Born and raised just Northeast of Philadelphia, Christine has a developed a wide networkof supporters, whom she is happy to call friends after many years of playing Philadelphia, Delaware, the New Jersey Shore, as well as Bucks County where she was born and raised. Christine studied music from the age of 11 years old, and then received a formal education in Music from Bucks County Community College, where she studied classical and Jazz. Her early influences come from a Mother who loved Motown and a Father who loved the standards (e.g. Frank Sinatra, Frankie Vallie, and The Beach Boys) and lastly a Bell Bottomed wearing Aunt who rocked to the 1970’s classics (e.g. Fleetwood Mac, Janis Joplin, and The Carpenters).

  • Ivory & Steel

    • 08/30/2017

    • 8:00pm - 12:00am

  • Jeff Selby

    • 08/31/2017

    • 8:00am - 12:00am

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