($12 advance/$15day of show)

“A bona fide Country Rock Originator.” His experimental country art rock has been compared to everything from Frank Zappa to early Johnny Cash. Five album releases and tracks featured in the films Super Troopers and Beer Fest have earned a steady hum of praise.

(FREE Concert - tips are encouraged)

Singer-Songwriter guitarist Joe Rathbone has been creating alt. rock melodic songs that are not easily categorized, though he has been compared to Tom Petty and Elvis Costello

($15 advance/$20 day of show)

Mo’ Mojo is a hard driving, high energy, Zydeco-based “Party-Gras” Band. Mo’ Mojo takes Zydeco music and infuses it with Americana, Cajun, reggae, rock & roll, funk, R&B, and African and Latin rhythms.

(FREE Concert - tips are encouraged)

Singer-Songwriter guitarist Joe Rathbone has been creating alt. rock melodic songs that are not easily categorized, though he has been compared to Tom Petty and Elvis Costello

($15)

“… a strange mix of a band, and with their absurdity lies their charm. Varied percussion, bright pianos, scratchy guitars, scattered horn sections, & group harmonies give their dancey tunes a distinct bohemian vibe, and their raw sound gives them something...

($15)

“… a strange mix of a band, and with their absurdity lies their charm. Varied percussion, bright pianos, scratchy guitars, scattered horn sections, & group harmonies give their dancey tunes a distinct bohemian vibe, and their raw sound gives them something...

(FREE Concert - tips are encouraged)

Jake Shulman-Ment is at the helm of a new generation of Klezmer performers and has spent two decades traveling and living in Eastern Europe, learning traditional violin styles and researching old Jewish music from master fiddlers.

($15)

With a line-up of Philadelphia musicians whose influences range from Sun Ra to Bulgarian brass bands, West Philadelphia Orchestra is a unique live ensemble in today’s auto-tuned musical world.

(FREE Concert - tips are encouraged)

Jake Shulman-Ment is at the helm of a new generation of Klezmer performers and has spent two decades traveling and living in Eastern Europe, learning traditional violin styles and researching old Jewish music from master fiddlers.

(FREE Concert - tips are encouraged)

A performer since age 9, Pete has been recognized for his skills on guitar in several styles, completing a Master of Fine Arts in music from UC Irvine in 2010.