“Can You Relate?” by The Great Enough

The Great Enough is a rock band from Philly made up of “a complicated poet with generations of soul in his blood, a happy-go-lucky rocker with a tame tornado in his fingers and a US Air Force war veteran with a kick-drum heart. This debut single by the band, “Can You Relate?” was released in April 2017.

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The Great Enough online

The Great Enough on Twitter  The Great Enough on Facebook
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“Found Love” by Sinclair Soul

Sinclair Soul is an artist from Central Pennsylvania. This video features footage was shot in the American South, including some historic locales such as Muscle Shoals Sound Studios in Alabama, Sun Record Company and Stax Records in Memphis, B.B. King Museum and Delta Interpretive Center, Dockery Farms, and various other sites in the Mississippi Delta including the cool The Shack Up Inn where we stayed.

The song was recorded in April 2017 at Saturation Acres Recording Studio with Bret Alexander and Ron Simasek and is included on the 2017 release The Journey.

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Sinclair Soul online

Sinclair Soul on Twitter  Sinclair Soul on Reverbnation  Sinclair Soul on Facebook
Sinclair Soul website
Buy The Journey

“Sheer Folly” by
Shawan and the Wonton

Shawan and the Wonton are a group from Central Pennsylvania. This video is a October 2016 performance of their 2016 original song “Sheer Folly” at the 33rd annual Little Buffalo Festival in Newport, PA.

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Shawan and the Wonton online

Shawan and the Wonton on Twitter  Shawan and the Wonton on Reverbnation  Shawan and the Wonton on Facebook
Shawan and the Wonton website
Album review of Catchin’ Feels

 

“Deeper” by Red Eye Kings

Red Eye Kings are a rock group from Central Pennsylvania. This video is a October 2016 performance of their original song “Deeper” at the 33rd annual Little Buffalo Festival in Newport, PA.

“Deeper” was included on Rhyne McCormick’s 2010 album Live at the Capitol Theatre.

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Red Eye Kings online

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“Living Means Leaving Behind” by
Antonio Andrade

Antonio Andrade is a composer, performer and recording artist from Central Pennsylvania. This video is a September 2016 performance of his original song “Living Means Leaving Behind” at Cornerstone Coffeehouse in Camp Hill, PA.

“Living Means Leaving Behind” is included on Andrade’s 2014 album Life Shakes, his fourth solo release.

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Antonio Andrade online

A Boy Named John on Reverbnation  Antonio Andrade on Facebook
Antonio Andrade website
Buy Life Shakes album

 

“Fly” by Mycenea Worley

Mycenea Worley is a composer and performer from Central Pennsylvania. This video is an August 2016 performance of her original song “Fly” in Camp Hill PA.

The riff for this song was written by Ross Kennedy and Mycenea stated she; “loved the way that it climbed but sounded like it was resistant because of the intervals and then when it completes that octave, it just soars. It’s like a resolution and I wanted it to be inspirational, because that’s how the chorus sounds. The verses sound a little darker and more cautious, so I wanted those words to reflect the mundane, day to day questioning of ourselves and of our abilities. And then it comes back to that chorus, and you remember you can do anything if you run like hell and spread your wings.”

“Fly” will be included on Mycenea’s forthcoming album Center. Drive. due for release in 2017. This will be her first full-length album and third overall release, following the EPs Love and Siren.

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Mycenea Worley online

Mycenea Worley on Twitter  Mycenea Worley on Reverbnation  Mycenea Worley on Facebook
Mycenea Worley website
Artist profile on Modern Rock Review
Buy Siren EP

 

“You Got Me Runnin'” by The Retreads

Anthony Gallucio and the Retreads are a five-piece group with members from Delaware and “various other locales”. Below is a performance at the 19th annual Briggs Farm Blues Festival on July 9, 2016 of the song “You Got Me Runnin'”.

Throughout the week of July 10, 2016 we provided video of select performances by artists from Pennsylvania who have performed at this year’s Briggs Farm Blues Festival.

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“Images of You” by JP Biondo

J.P. Biondo is a singer/songwriter from Northeast PA and a member of the roots band Cabinet. Below is a performance at the 19th annual Briggs Farm Blues Festival on July 8, 2016 of the song “Images of You”.

Throughout the week of July 10, 2016 we provided video of select performances by artists from Pennsylvania who have performed at this year’s Briggs Farm Blues Festival.

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“Let Me Go” by Miner Blues

Miners Blues are a trio from Northeast PA, featuring Ed Randazzo, Bret Alexander and Tony Halchak. Below is a performance at the 19th annual Briggs Farm Blues Festival on July 8, 2016 of the song “Let Me Go”.

Throughout the week of July 10, 2016 we provided video of select performances by artists from Pennsylvania who have performed at this year’s Briggs Farm Blues Festival.

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“Bad Man” by Dustin Douglas and the Electric Gentlemen

Dustin Douglas and the Electric Gentlemen are a power trio from Northeast PA who have recently released their self-titled second album. Below is a performance of the song “Bad Man” from their latest album at the 19th annual Briggs Farm Blues Festival on July 9, 2016.

Throughout the week of July 10, 2016 we provided video of select performances by artists from Pennsylvania who have performed at this year’s Briggs Farm Blues Festival.

More on the 2016 Briggs Farm Blues Festival