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Samantha FishBrigg’s Rocks the Blues

The 2014 Briggs Farm Blues Festival had an especially diverse lineup which featured many rock-based genres fused with the core blues that has made this ever-growing, 17-year festival so popular.

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Kix-CoolKidsKIX Returns to Central PA
Thirty plus years ago, in 1981, the Maryland based band, KIX came to Sunbury, PA for the first time. On March 22, 2014, they return.

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Tigerbomb 2013 albumTigerbomb Debut Album

A rock power trio from Lancaster, Tigerbomb is a group which proudly declares themselves to be “genre free”, as they have forged their sound from a vast array of alternative and heavy-rock influences.

Tigerbomb Album Review

 

Seeds and Thorns by Up The ChainSeeds And Thorns by Up The Chain

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.

Seeds and Thorns Album Review

 

Badlees Rooftop showRooftop Concert

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.

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MFSB OrchestraNine New Inductees

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.

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