Seeds and Chains is an engaging new album by Philadelphia area folk artist Up the Chain. Led by frontman and creator Reed Kendall, the album employs some of the most talented musicians in the Philly area for this entertaining and rewarding musical journey.
The Badlees performed a unique show on the rooftop of the brand new 1500 building in downtown Harrisburg as a pre-release party for their new double album Epiphones and Empty Rooms.
Slaughter in Central Pa.
Rock group Slaughter will be visiting the Susquehanna Valley on Saturday, October 5th when they perform at the Hummels Wharf Fire Company in Selinsgrove, Pa.
2013 Inductees to the Philadelphia Music Alliance Walk of Fame will be officially inducted on October 24th along the Avenue of the Arts in Philadelphia.
Aside from being an accomplished blues guitarist, Tommy Conwell was keenly tuned into his audience and gave them his all at every live show. Rumble was his first major label record with his band The Young Rumblers and it did a fair job of capturing a bit of the live energy.
Friends, fellow artists and musicians…enough with the Kickstarter already! It’s played out, done, pointless, and probably doing you more harm than good. Sure, on paper it is a great idea, but in practice it is annoying as hell and causing me to ignore you. Why? Because it’s not special anymore. And because you’re using it, you aren’t either.
The Pennsylvania State Senate voted on a resolution to declare April 30th “Hooters Music Appreciation Day” in the state. The Philadelphia-based band has cemented their place in the PA history books and celebrated the occasion by treating some fans to a lunchtime concert in the Capitol Rotunda on their “33 1/3rd anniversary” together.