Saturday, March 31st – Jonathan Frazier
Friday, March 30th – Lucille and The Wolf
This Friday evening “Lucille and The Wolf” at Center Square Brewing! Together they will leave you in awe of their tightly knit harmonies, eclectic selection and electrifying stage chemistry!
Saturday, March 24th – Generation Gap
Friday, March 23rd – Boomers
The Boomers formed after Alan Stonesifer and Gardy Lawrence played their first reunion concert with The Brutes, their original 1960’s band, in March of 2008. As a result of the year’s preparation for that reunion, a strong musical bond was rekindled between Alan and Gardy. After a very intense year of successful preparation with the Brutes, Alan and Gardy felt that somehow they had to stay together musically rather than go their separate ways. Since fellow Brutes Jay Beamer and Steve Snyder had a full-time gig with the Al Parsons Band, Alan and Gardy decided to form a band of their own to keep performing, and were joined by keyboardist Dave Scheaffer and bass player Mark Sterrett, along with drummer Ken Mayers, in late March of 2008. In late June of 2008, Dave Scheaffer left The Boomers to join Misery Road, a Blues oriented band. Derf Maitland, brother of original Brutes bass player John Maitland, then joined the Boomers, bringing a multitude of keyboarding skills to the band. Two drummers, Ken Mayers and Steve Botterbush, worked with the band through 2008 and 2009, until Walter Mehring settled into the Boomers style in December of 2009.
Based out of High Rock Road in the Pigeon Hills, The Boomers were created to play some of the very best songs from the late 1960’s and early 1970’s and create memorable sets, that are as much fun to listen to as it is for them to play, and make it appealing to anyone who is a fan of rock music from that era.
Bob Baker adds visual effects to many shows through the use of computer imagery to enhance the 1960’s experience as one listens or dances to a Boomers’ performance. We hope that you enjoy the show.
Saturday, March 17th – Faded Denim
Faded Denim is a folk-pop duo featuring strong lead and harmony vocals. J.J. Dugan (Bass) is a well-known figure in the Central PA music scene, appearing for many years in various groups, including Six Cents, while Dwight Dubs (guitar) comes from a church music background. Their musical tastes run far and wide, with selections from artists such as Neil Young, Simon & Garfunkel, The Beatles, Ray LaMontagne, David Bowie, The Avett Brothers, and Gordon Lightfoot. Though their collaboration is relatively new, these two seasoned musicians are currently active on the Central PA music scene, playing clubs, wineries, and special events.
Friday, March 16th – Shawn Nelson
Friday, March 2nd – Any Given Thursday
Our acoustic duo’s story started exactly 1 month after meeting each other. We knew after talking about our interests and our musical talent that we should start a band together. Our first open mic on Thursday, March 31st, 2016, it’s safe to say, was the beginning to a long lasting friendship and many many shows to come. We found out very early that we had great chemistry when playing in front of people and that our harmonies were something that people couldn’t get enough of. We played our first show on May 7th, 2016, and after we both agreed that we need to do this way more often. It was all up hill since then and continues to be the best decision that we both ever made. Playing gigs almost every weekend and sometimes even playing twice. We continue to grow as a band getting better every day, learning more about ourselves and our own style as well as our talents as a group. We don’t plan to quit this huge momentum that we have created any time soon. We hope that we can continue to bring entertainment to restaurants, bars, and clubs for many years to come.
Saturday, February 24th – Jessi Adams
Jessi Adams is a talented singer and multi-instrumentalist whose professional career began at the age of 10, with the 1st National AEA tour of “Ragtime the Musical.” A singer, songwriter, pianist, violinist, guitarist, and composer/arranger, Jessi is performing live, recording from home, and composing music constantly. She is also a Musician’s On Call Volunteer, Praise Team co-director at Hanover Valley church, ASCAP singer/songwriter and publisher, and AEA actress.
Her mission is to collaborate with other inspiring artists, connect with people on a direct level all over the world, and continue to share and make music with a positive message.
*MUSIC is a language of love, and love is greater than fear or hate. Jessi believes in using music to unite people, for healing, and to benefit humanity*
Check out www.reverbnation.com/jessiadams and catch a show nearby, or request one!
Friday, February 23rd – Matt Miskie
Matt Miskie is a seasoned performer with very broad appeal. Repertoire is comprised largely of classic singer/songwriter, folk-rock and classic rock of the 60’s and 70’s intermixed with familiar traditional American and Celtic ballads.
A typical performance will include selections from John Denver, James Taylor, Simon and Garfunkle, Crosby Stills Nash and Young, CCR, Joni Mitchell, The Beatles, Gordon Lightfoot, Van Morrison, Neil Young, Peter Paul and Mary, The Byrds, Jesse Colin Young, Jim Croce, Eagles and many more. Set lists are customized for each event or venue on an individual basis, and repertoire is being updated constantly.
In 2015 Matt made over 100 appearances. He has been a featured performer at many major arts festivals and has performed at venues and events in Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina.
Saturday, February 17th – Ryan Moran
Ryan Moran is a solo acoustic artist who skillfully covers a variety of genres while adding his own unique style and energy to music from the 60’s up through today’s artists such as Coldplay, Jason Mraz, U2, Train, Maroon 5, The Fray, Dave Matthews and many more.
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