Vol. 34 # 386 FEBRUARY 2016
- END OF SILENCE -
• 20th Annual MILLENNIUM MUSIC CONFERENCE • LANCASTER ROOTS & BLUES • SMOKIN GUNNZ acoustic & OPEN HOUSE AT EAGLE HOTEL • GUN METAL GRAY AT TUBBY’S • SUPER BOWL PARTIES & MUSIC, MUSIC EVERYWHERE!
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www.SOSROCKS.com Saturday, March 5thJOHNNY JOE’S Mechanicsburg, PA
Alternative Rock... Feb 06 - Chick’s Tavern - Hummelstown, PA 9pm Apr 16 - Gingerbread Man, Mechanicsburg, PA 9pm For Booking: 717.795.4420 Mike 717.856.8075 Mark
Fri. 02/05 - Bourbon Bar & Grille, Hanover, (Gettysburg Rocks) Sat. 02/06 - Gingerbread Man, Mechanicsburg, PA Fri. 02/12 - Valley Tavern, Seven Valleys, PA Fri 02/26 - Red Lion Legion - Benefit for Emily Shacreaw
Contact Blue Rooster Entertainment: 717.801.6622
February 13th, Saturday, American Legion, 224 West Main St., Mechanicsburg, PA. 17055 ( Valentine’s Party ) (Private)
March 11th, Friday, Enola American Legion, 295 West Shady Lane, Enola, PA ( 8pm to 12mid ) (Guest List Permitted)
March 12th, Saturday, West Hanover Twp. Fire Banquet, 7193 Jonestown Rd., Harrisburg, PA. ( 9 pm – Midnight ) (Private)
Scott Peoples & the Crash Original & Covers of Hard Rock/Classic Metal
Now Booking 2016!
“The Red Album”, “Wolves” & “X-Nihilo” CDs at: Wayne’s World, 419 Memorial Hwy. Dallas, PA, Hoffman Hoffman’s s Music 381 Bennett St. Luzerne, PA
“EXPERIENCE THE POWER” Now Available at CDbaby www.cdbaby.com/cd/xterra7 Bookings: 570.654.4758 Facebook.com/X-terra
Friday, March 11th 6pm-9pm THE VINEYARD BREWERY at HERSHEY Middletown, PA Dates listed at... www.scottplaysguitar.com facebook.com/Scott Peoples Singer Songwriter Bookings: 717.319.0202
02/05 - Gettysburg Rocks at ... 8:40pm THE PIKE RESTAURANT, Gettysburg, PA 04/01 - HOLLYWOOD CASINO, Grantville, PA 8pm-1am 06/11 - HOLLYWOOD CASINO, Grantville, PA 8pm-1am
Fri. 02/26 - Chick’s Tavern, Hummelstown, PA Sat. 03/05 - Band Bash IV Moose Family Center, Lewistown, PA
Friday, March 26th...
www.savethecityband.com Bookings: 717.580.3251 Pennsylvania Musician Magazine
Fri Feb 12th 9:30pm Double K Tavern Harrisburg, PA Sat Mar 5th 9:30pm Zippers Bonneauville, PA Sat Mar 12th 9:30pm Race Horse Tavern Thomasville , PA
Girant Panda Gueria Dub Squard Steady Stitch & Pa" Tour FEBRUARY 4th • HARRISBURG, PA A#ey Bar @ A$alachian Brew Co. Drs. 8pm / $12 adv / $15 dos Check Our Facebook & Reverbnation pages for Current Schedule...
February: 6th 9-1 GETTYSBURG ROCKS at McSherrystown Moose, McSherrystown, PA w/ Smokin’ Gunnz, Single Barrel, & The Morris Bros. plus 3 more TBA 20th 9-1 EAGLE HOTEL, Fredericksburg, PA (acoustic) 27th 9:30-1:30 DOUBLE K TAVERN, Harrisburg, PA Look for us on FACEBOOK
Smokin Gunnz is Currently Booking for 2016, Call Vickie
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09 ...Across the Desk by Robin Noll 10....Out & About by Rachel Rocks 12... Nationals by Eric Hoffman 14 - 19...MMC 20 Showcase Schedule
Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 8 Feb. 8 Feb. 13 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 27
Strikers Pub Berwick Brewing PA-Live TV Show Live From Holland Sound Private Engagement River City Blues Club Momo’s Johnny & Hon’s
Pottsville Berwick Wilkes Barre Moosic
8:00 PM 7:00 PM 4:00 PM 8:00 PM
Harrisburg Harrisburg Reading
9:00 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM
For Booking & info: FULL FORCE MUSIC 570.205.1350 P.O. Box 67 Friedensburg, PA 17933 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
20....Interview with John Harris MMC #2o Director 21.... End of Silence Cover Feature by Rachel Rocks & Jeff Lawrence 22.... The Professor’s Live Reviews... by Jim Price
25... Sane Advice by John Kercez
26... CD Reviews by Jim Price
27.... Classified Notes Uniquely Covering Great Classic Rock, Folk and Blues from Tom Petty, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, The Beatles, Santana, Johnny Cash, Rolling Stones, Steve Earle and more!
Upcoming Shows: EVERY TUESDAY – We host OPEN MIC NIGHT at D’OTTAVIO’S GRAN SASSO, HOLLIDAYSBURG; Bring your instrument, voice and songs and join us, starts 8 pm!
Cover & Inside photos of End of Silence by Christine Charron www.christinephotographie.com
March 6th – FAMILY PIZZA & PUB, ALTOONA (starts 6 p.m.) Need Live Acoustic Music For An Upcoming House Party, Reunion Or Other Event? Call Us! Bookings: 814.330.1883 Email: email@example.com VISIT US ON FACEBOOK AND ROCKPAGE.NET/BANDS! 6
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5th / Full Band Chick’s Hummelstown Tavern in Hummelstown, PA FRIDAY, MARCH 18th / Full Band Cigars International Hamburg Super-Store Hamburg, PA FRIDAY, APRIL 22nd / Full Band Chick’s Hummelstown Tavern in Hummelstown, PA
MONDAYS: Full Rack Baby Ribs w/ Fries &
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Every Friday & Saturday LIVE BANDS
Fri. 02/05NO Cover
Sat. 02/06 -
All Shows OVER 21 w/ proper ID unless stated otherwise
LEADFOOT w/ SUCKER PUNCH
COOPER BRYSON CANCER BENEFIT
DONATIONS w/ FORTRESS, SHINER, DAVE ROOT BAND, RED EYE KINGS, EDGEWOOD, & MARTIN CONSPIRACY THEORY! WELCOMED
SUNDAY, Feb 7th - OPEN FOR THE SUPERBOWL! Watch the game on our BIG SCREEN in the Swamp Room!
Fri. 02/12 - $10 Cover
BROKEN FAYTH, BADD SEED & ACEDIAS Sat. 02/13 -
GUN METAL GRAY & SHOUT AT THE
Fri. 02/19 - MILLENNIUM MUSIC CONFERENCE SIX BAR BREAK, THE HIDDEN AGENDAS, NO BLITZ, STATION, BROKEN FAYTH, DECIPHER LIFE starts 8pm-1am NO COVER Sat. 02/20 - MILLENNIUM MUSIC CONFERENCE 8pm NO COVER : MAWCORE, , END OF SILENCE, MOTHER, SMALL TOWN TITANS, GUN METAL GRAY
SPECIAL THURSDAY 25th - Adv. tx $15 or VIP tx. $20 Call 717.834.4799
HOTMALES ALL MALE REVIEW
Fri. 02/26 NO Cover
Sat. 02/27 -
SILVERTUNG & ADRENALINE
ADRIAN BLITZER & SHINER NO Cover
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Modern Southern Rock Outlaw Country Rock ‘N’ Roll Sat. February 6th, McSherrystown Moose for Gettysburg Rocks, set time 10:40pm
02/05 - GETTYSBURG ROCKS 9:40pm McSherrystown Moose, McSherrystown, PA 02/06 - The Pour House on Derry, Harrisburg, PA 10pm 02/13 - Wiconisco Fire Company, Wiconisco, PA 9pm 02/19 - MIllennium Music Conference Showcase The Perking Point, Hummelstown, PA 9pm 02/20 - Millennium Music Conference Showcase... Whiskey Ridge Saloon, Mechanicsburg, PA 12am 02/27 - American Legion, Fort Loudon, PA 8pm 03/26 - Tubby’s, Duncannon, PA
Fri. March 4th,- 9pm Tourist Inn, Hallam, PA opening for Six Bar Break, Sat. March 5th, Double K Tavern, Harrisburg, PA 9:30 start, opener TBA. Sat. March 19th - 9:30 Racehorse Tavern Thomasville, PA
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Trust me when I say it can be a very magical weekend if you let it. One way to add to the â€œMagicâ€? is to come perform on our Open Mic (Day) Stage right on the Trade Show Floor. Dave Russell from Antique Digital Pianos will be back with us this year with a kick a** stage, and sound! We have a full size piano, electronic drums, guitars, cajons, bongos, guitars, whatever you need to play, we have it! No amps needed! It is â€œsupposedâ€? to be Acoustic.. Sometimes we get a little loud, but we do try to keep it at a decent level so everyone can still socialL]HDQGPLQJOHZLWKLQWKHWUDGHVKRZ,WLVĂ€UVWFRPHĂ€UVWVHUYHGQRWLPHVORWV<RXKDYHWRFRPH Ă€QGPHRachel Rocks, at the Pennsylvania Musician Magazine Booth, to sign up. It is open to everyone who is a registered attendee of the conference. Donâ€™t think Iâ€™m gonna go play there at 2:30 ULJKWZKHQWKHSDQHOOHWVRXWEHFDXVHFKDQFHVDUHWKDWÂˇVQRWJRQQDKDSSHQ<RXVLJQXSRQWKHOLVW everyone gets to play 2 songs, I announce the next person on the list, if they are there they play, if not I go on to the next person. Itâ€™s that easy. It is open from 11-5 Friday and Saturday. Last year we had over 50 acts perform on our Open Mic stage, we squeeze as many in as we possibly can! We hope you stop by and say Hi. I hear we are going to have some other yummy goodies we will be handing out too from our booth, so make sure you stop by! Every year itâ€™s like a big family reunion, I honestly can not wait!!!! Make sure and check out the full venue listing in this issue and plan your nights out for the 20th MMC! Thank you to John Harris DQGKLVJUHDWVWDIIIRU<HDUVRIWKH Millennium Music Conference,VHH<28WKHUH+DYHDQ\TXHVWLRQVDERXWKRZWRJHWWKHPRVW out of your MMC experience, feel free to throw me an e-mail at RachelRocks@pamusician.net. Well thatâ€™s all for this month. I must prepare myself for the MMC Re-Cap Journal next month! Please get out there and support some form of local music somewhere! It is all around you and it truly is soothing for the soul! If you see me â€œOut & Aboutâ€? please stop me and say Hi! I love meeting new people and seeing old friends too! Donâ€™t forget to check out our Facebook page for all of the Hot Shots at facebook.com/PAMusicianMagazine and our website, www.pamusician. netZKHUH\RXFDQĂ€QGRXUGLJLWDOLVVXHDQGDOORIWKHDUWLFOHV&'5HYLHZV&ODVVLĂ€HGVHWFSee you Out & About!!!
NATIONALS By Eric Hoffman
Greetings Rockers â€˜Nâ€™ Rollers! 2016 started great with The Give Take at Harrisburgâ€™s Abbey Bar IRU1HZ<HDUÂˇV(YH7KHORFDOEDQGUDQJLQWKH1HZ<HDUZLWKWKUHHRWKHUJURXSVHot Jam Factory, Observe the 93rd, & El Flyinâ€™. The Give Take are the most exciting and impressive new talent on the Harrisburg music scene. The band is close to releasing their second record and have UHOHDVHGLWVĂ€UVWVLQJOHâ€˜Cold December.â€™ The Give TakeKDYHDOVRDGGHGDĂ€IWKPHPEHUZLWKSusan Ouchis on keyboards. Paul Sorrels, Glen Charron, Ian Gordon and Shea Saman complete the bandâ€™s line up. Jersey based Night Birds visited American Bar and Grill in Lancaster on January 2nd. A great night of punk rock which included: Deletions, Shitty Friends and killer band Brom Bones! I was shocked to realize Iâ€™ve never heard of Brom Bones from Lancaster. With a few brief times of hiatus, Brom Bones have always seem to return and their career spans across four decades. Frontman Jason Berlet was fantastic and wailed, while the entire band delivered solid melodic punk. Brom Bones will play ABAG again on March 12 with the highly anticipated return of The Lebowskis. Last month also included a trip south to the Fillmore in Silver Spring, MD for Wild Child: Dave Brockâ€™s Doors Experience. The Los Angeles based act has over 20 solid years of world tour experience and are considered the most realistic tribute to The Doors. Wild Child tries to mirror the depth, energy and emotion of The Doors concerts as they were live back in the late 1960â€™s. The music is painstakingly reproduced and combined with the voice, look and essence of Jim Morrison live on stage. A must for fans of The Doors. NATIONAL NEWS: David Bowie, the legendary chameleon of rock â€˜nâ€™ roll, died January 10th of cancer. Bowie turned 69 two days earlier, the same day as he released a new album called â€œBlackstarâ€?. Bowie, whose hits included â€œFame,â€? â€˜â€˜Heroesâ€? and â€œLetâ€™s Dance,â€? died â€œpeacefullyâ€? and was surrounded by family. The singer had fought cancer for 18 months. BowieNHSWDORZSURĂ€OHLQ recent years after reportedly suffering a heart attack in the 2000s. The singer, who was born David Jones in London, came of age in the glam rock era of the early 1970s. He had a striking androgynous look in his early days and was known for changing his appearance and sounds. Bowie was inducted into the Rock â€˜Nâ€™ Roll Hall of Fame in 1996, but he didnâ€™t attend the ceremony. Pearl Jam has a North American headline tour lined up for this Spring. Eddie Vedder & Co. marked their 25th year of performing live in October. Over the past two and a half decades the band has released 10 studio albums and put on hundreds of unique shows. Shows include: April 28th and 29th - Philadelphia, Wells Fargo CenterDQG0D\VW QG1HZ<RUN1<Madison Square Garden Arena. One week before Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan reunite as Guns Nâ€™ Rosesâ€™ classic lineup at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in April, the band will play two nights in Las Vegas. 7KLVPDUNVWKHĂ€UVWWLPHVLQFHWKDWWKH\KDYHSHUIRUPHGRQVWDJHWRJHWKHU Guns Nâ€™ Roses perform at the new Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena April 8th-9th. â€œInside sourcesâ€? also claim the band will do a stadium tour this Summer. Slash and McKagan are rehearsing in Los Angeles with Frank Ferrer, who has drummed for the Rose-led GNR since 2006. Axl Rose has not been participating in the rehearsals, while band members refamiliarize themselves with the material. No word whether original members Steven Adler or Izzy Stradlin will participate. Glenn Frey, who co-founded The Eagles and with Don Henley became one of historyâ€™s most successful songwriting teams with such hits as â€œHotel Californiaâ€? and â€œLife in the Fast Lane,â€? died on January 18th. Frey, who was 67, died of complications from rheumatoid arthritis, acute ulcerative colitis and pneumonia, the band said on its website. An â€œEagles Greatest Hitsâ€? collection from the mid-1970s and â€œHotel Californiaâ€? are among the best-selling albums in music history.
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NATIONALS continued... Ex-Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach says that he â€œwould love the chanceâ€? to bury the 20-year hatchet with his former bandmates and reunite the groupâ€™s classic lineup. Bach said: â€œTo be honest, I have said some super shitty things to them and about them. I would like to apologize for shooting my mouth off.â€? Skid Row guitarist Dave â€œSnakeâ€? Sabo spoke about reuniting with Bach: â€œHappiness, to me, in my spirit and my soul is more important to me than having dollars in my wallet. No one feels comfortable with the idea.â€? Bach explained: â€œItâ€™s almost 20 years of getting over whatever the hell it is heâ€™s mad about, EHFDXVH ,ÂˇP QRW PDG DW DOO 7KH Ă€YH JX\V LQ 6NLG 5RZ ZHÂˇUH all still alive, thatâ€™s a miracle. Itâ€™s almost, like, if you have the chance to do something that epic, and you donâ€™t do it, itâ€™s kind RIOLNHVHOĂ€VKWRPHUHDOO\Âľ Taylor Swift had the largest grossing world tour in 2015, that generated more than $250 million in primary ticket sales as she played to nearly 2.3 million fans. The total of $199.4 million she sold in North America now stands as the biggest tour to ever hit the continent as she crushed the previous record of $162 million set by The Rolling Stones in 2005. One Directionâ€™s $210.2 million gross was second to Swift globally but with 2,364,390 tickets sold, no one played in front of more fans. AC/DC returned to touring minus Malcolm Young and did a massive $180 million in global ticket sales for the biggest tour in its history. BeyoncĂŠ is returning to the Super Bowl halftime show. The 34-year-old singer will perform at the February 7th show at Leviâ€™s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Last month, Coldplay announced they would perform at the halftime show. BeyoncĂŠ and Coldplay recently collaborated on the bandâ€™s new album, â€œA Head Full of Dreamsâ€?. BeyoncĂŠ headlined the 2013 Super Bowl halftime show, where she was joined by her Destiny Childâ€™s bandmates. Katy Perry, who performed at last yearâ€™s Super Bowl, had the most-watched halftime show in history with 118 million viewers. Natalie Cole, the Grammy-winning daughter of Nat â€œKingâ€? Coleâ€? who carried on her late fatherâ€™s musical legacy died at the age of 65. Natalie died due to compilations from ongoing health issues. Cole had battled drug problems and hepatitis that forced her to undergo a kidney transplant in May 2009. Coleâ€™s greatest success came with her 1991 album, â€œUnforgettable ... With Loveâ€?, which paid tribute to her father with reworked versions of some of his best-known songs. The album sold some 14 million copies and won six Grammys, including album of the year as well record and song of the year for the title track duet. UPCOMING SHOWS: Toilet Boys Brooklyn St Vitus Bar Feb 13. Michael Monroe (Hanoi Rocks) Sellersville Theatre Feb 16. Hall & Oates Reading Santander Arena Feb 16. Dirt Cheap York Fat Daddyâ€™s Feb 19. KIX Lancaster Chameleon Feb 19 & 20. Junior Brown Wyomissing Building 24 Live Feb 20. The Loved Ones Philadelphia Union Transfer Feb 20. Erockhoff@comcast.net or facebook.com/Eric S. Hoffman
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 10pm Death of Paris, Columbia, SC 11pm The Delaney’s, Pittsburgh, PA 12am Gas Station Disco, Cressona, PA
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250 Reily St. Harrisburg, PA 17102 SIM ROSS delivers a rich, rootsy blend of Heartland rock, Americana, punk, and country. He, who now calls Brooklyn, NY home, curses freely, plays rock clubs throughout town and up and down the East Coast. Influenced by such artists as Bruce Springsteen, Steve Earle, Tom Petty, and Jason Isbell, “Ohio City Songs” is at once heartfelt and exuberant, a mix of introspective ballads and hook-filled anthems. A self-taught musician who has been playing and writing music since age 16, attended Chicago’s Columbia College. His single “City of Dreamers” also selected as one of the Songs of the Year by the Music God’s and the Akademia’s blogs. On the 2014, 3 song ep “Broken Wings”, Sim and his band, The Redemption laid the groundwork for “Ohio City Songs” with its combination of gritty musical arrangements and often poignant lyrics. Sim Ross has performed throughout NYC at such notable venues as; The Pine Box Rock Shop, Bowery Electric, Spike Hill, and Putnam’s Pub Cookery in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, and at numerous fesitvals throughout the U.S.
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FOCUS TRACKS: #3 “City of Dreamers” (single —Won the Best Americana Award -2015) #1 “Shade of Blue” #6 “Brave the Sea”, #2 “When You Come Around”
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 8pm The ClamStompers, Wilkes Barre, PA 9pm DeSoto Rust, Philadelphia, PA 10pm Tumbleweed Highway, Norwich, NY 12am Special Guest SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 8pm Fiona Corinne, Boston, MA 9pm Renee Heiser, York, PA 10pm special guest 11pm Kate Mills, Astoria, NY 12am Genesis Lorraine, Harrisburg, PA
THE CHAMP 52 Market St., Lemoyne, PA 717-385-0009 $5, All Ages FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2016 6:30pm Madison Ryan, Harrisburg, PA 7:15pm Bonsai Trees, South Windsor, CT 8pm States // Capitals, Wyckoff, NJ 8:45pm Saving Apollo, New Freedom, PA 9:30pm Entropy, Landenberg, PA 10:15pm American Arson, Detroit, MI SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 7:15p Meaxic, Jersey City, NJ 8pm A.D.D., Lehighton, PA 8:45pm Next to None, Center Valley, PA 9:30pm Nightmares of Eve, Harrisburg, PA 10:15pm Arm the Slaves, Millersburg, PA
THE COLISEUM 410 St. John’s Church Rd., Mechanicsburg, PA 717-972-1000 FREE, 21+ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2016 8pm Taylor Tote, Tinton Falls, NJ 9pm Giada J., Philadelphia, PA 10pm Napkin, Joinville, Brazil SA 11pm Catalina, Santiago, Chile
CORNERSTONE COFFEEHOUSE 2133 Market St., Camp Hill, PA 717-737-5026 FREE, All Ages FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2016 7pm Mycenea Worley, Landisburg, PA 7:45pm Nick Wells, Charlotte, NC 8:30pm Evy Zee, Middletown, PA 9:15pm 1AM, Nashville, TN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 7pm Annie DiRusso, Croton-On-Hudson, NY 7:45pm Kayla C., Orange County, NY 8:30pm Olivia Farabaugh, Palmyra, PA 9:15pm Mycenea Worley, Landisburg, PA
FIELDHOUSE 895 Old Trail Rd., Etters, PA 717-932-6009 FREE, 21+ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2016 9pm ADO Band, York, PA 10pm The Sophisticates, Lancaster, PA 11pm JT and The Mild Heat, Harrisburg, PA 12am End of Silence, Harrisburg, PA SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 9pm Latimore Sky, Gettysburg, PA 10pm Jukehouse Bombers, Indiana, PA 11pm The Bare Creek Junction, Lewisberry, PA
FLINCHY’S 1833 Hummel Ave., Camp Hill, PA 717-761-9000 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2016 9pm Brianna Nelson, Newtown, PA 9:45pm Michi, Brooklyn, NY 10:30pm Tim Walsh, Asbury Park, NJ
11:15pm Corey James, Pittsburgh, PA SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 9pm Laura Bowman, Levittown, PA 9:45pm Carlos Barata, Bethlehem, PA 10:30pm What is Broken, Middletown, NJ 11:15pm Tim Walsh, Asbury Park, NJ
GRAIN & VERSE BOTTLESHOP 148 Sheraton Drive, New Cumberland, PA 717-774-5435 FREE, 21+ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2016 7pm Joe Scheller, Bethlehem, PA 7:45pm Jessica Graae, Philadelphia, PA 8:30pm Laura Bowman, Levittown, PA 9:15pm Crys Matthews, Herndon, VA 10pm Kate Mills, Astoria, NY 10:45pm Mike Banks, Harrisburg, PA SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 7pm Trae Sheehan, Martinsburg, WV 7:45pm Maggie Anderson, Sterling, VA 8:30pm Sara Ann Garrison, Lewes, DE 9:15pm Cecilia Grace, Baltimore, MD 10pm Megan Knight, Williamstown, NJ 10:45pm Mike Banks, Harrisburg, PA
GULLIFTY’S UNDERGROUND ReverbNation Stage w/WTPA 1104 Carlisle Rd., Camp Hill, PA 717-761-6692 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2016 8pm Bear Success, Smithtown, NY 9pm Peace Revenant, Boston, MA 10pm In the Presence of Wolves, Barrington,NJ 11pm Pralaya, New York, NY 12am Meaxic, Jersey City, NJ SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 8pm Chasing Carmen, New York, NY 9pm The Ricecookers, Brooklyn, NY/Boston 10pm New Day Dawn, Point Pleasant Beach, NJ
Tim Walsh with Andy Demos Come see us live... Saturday, February 6th at 6pm STAY GOLD CAFE, 800 Main St. Belmar, NJ 07719 MILLENNIUM MUSIC CONFERENCE SHOWCASE... Friday, February 19th at 10:30pm FLINCHY’S, 1833 Hummel Ave. Camp Hill, PA 17011 Saturday, February 20th at 10:30pm FLINCHY’S, 1833 Hummel Ave. Camp Hill, PA 17011 Please Give a listen to
“TIM WALSH - LOST ART: VOLUME 1” at...
timwalsh.bandcamp.com and reverbnation.com/timwalsh1 “Where it All Starts” • “Journal” • “We’re All in this Together”
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Kayla C. Singer/Songwriter
Appearing Live... Saturday, February 6th The Harp Raw Bar & Grille 729 3rd Ave. • New York, NY Saturday, February 20th 7:45 - 8:30pm ~ ALL AGES MILLENNIUM MUSIC CONFERENCE SHOWCASE
CORNERSTONE COFFEEHOUSE 2133 Market St. • Camp Hill, PA 17011
Like me on Facebook: www.facebook.com/Kayla Cariaga-Singer/Songwriter Follow me on Twitter: www.twitter.com/kaylaca. Follow me on Instagram: www.instagram.com/officialkaylacariaga Follow me on Reverbnation: www.reverbnation.com/kaylaC5 Follow me on CMJ 2015 Website: www.cmj.com/marathon/kaylac Follow me on SoundAffects Website: www.soundaffects.org/artistKaylaC Follow me on Sound Cloud: www.soundcloud.com/kaylac5 Visit my website:
Purchase “MEMORIES” via Amazon: www.amazon.com/Memories View Kayla C videos at www.vimeo.com/127384292 & on www.youtube.com/ user/jdcrewm31
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1 Echo 1, Harrisburg, PA End Of An Era, Seaside Heights, NJ
HMAC CAPITAL ROOM
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1110 North 3rd St., Harrisburg, PA 717-412-4342 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2016 8pm Milkshake Jones, Harrisburg, PA 9pm Akaba, Stockholm, SWE 10pm Karel Ullner, London, UK/Finland 11pm Flower Garden, Harrisburg, PA 12am Broke Royals, Washington, DC 1am Revolution, I Love You, Philadelphia, PA SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 8pm The Skiffs, Lititz, PA 9pm Stonewall Vessels, Lancaster, PA 10pm Medusa’s Disco, Lancaster, PA 11pm j and the 9s, Brooklyn, NY 12am Midnight Mob, New York, NY 1am Gentlemen and Scholars, Evansville, IN
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Taylor Tote Band MMC Showcase at...
410 St. John’s Rd. • Camp Hill, PA 17011
Friday, February 19th at 8pm
• • Nominated 2015 Asbury Music Award for
“Top Female Vocalist” & “Top Young Band” • Showcased at the SHE ROCK’S 2015 Summer NAMM Showcase in Nashville •Listen to “Superman” on the MMC compilation CD
“Instrumentally, Tote’s EP balances her love for rocker chicks Stevie Nicks and Grace Potter with stand-and-sing divas Adele and Amy Winehouse. More simply put: it’s big voice, old soul. The bridge of her single “Superman” shows major pop-rock chops, and “Jane” breaks for a bounding saxophone solo.” — Bobby Olivier, NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
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1100 North 3rd St., Harrisburg, PA 717-412-4342 FREE, 21+ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2016 7:30pm Cecilia Grace, Baltimore, MD 8:15pm Molly Brule, Boston, MA 9pm Hovey Otis, Brooklyn, NY 9:45pm Lukas Papenfusscline 10:30pm Emily Barnes, Johnsonburg, NJ SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 7:30pm David Falcone, Philadelphia, PA 8:15pm Ira Lawrences Haunted Mandolin, Baltimore, MD 9pm Seth Adam, New Haven, CT 9:45pm Liam Kinnon, Toronto, ON 10:30pm Black Suit Devil, Toronto, ON 11:15pm Nick Driver, Raleigh, NC LEVEL 2 215 N. 2nd St., Harrisburg, PA 717-236-6600 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2016 10pm Seanzy, Austin, TX 11pm Eli Costello, Brooklyn, NY 12am Fredrick Jacobs, Brooklyn, NY SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 10pm Wolkoff, Brooklyn, NY 11pm Epoch Failure, Trenton, NJ 12am DJ Lab, York, PA
METROPOLIS COLLECTIVE 17 W. Main St., Mechanicsburg, PA 717-458-8245 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2016 8pm Boompop Coalition, York, PA 9pm The Process, Mechanicsburg, PA SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 8pm Ameliarose & “qntic”, Orange County, NY 9pm Madison Ryan, Harrisburg, PA 10pm Ido Me, Lemoyne, PA
MIDTOWN SCHOLAR 1302 N. 3rd St., Harrisburg, PA 17102 717-236-1680 FREE, All-Ages FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2016 7pm The Coteries, South Orange, NJ 7:45pm Midwest, Chicago, IL 8:30pm Rivers, Carlisle, PA 9:15pm Traveling Broke and Out of Gas, Lafayette, IN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 7pm Lukas Papenfusscline, New York, NY 7:45pm Tiphanie, Hoboken, NJ 8:30pm Wings That Buzz, Mercersburg, PA 9:15pm The Castros, Columbus, OH
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1101 N. 2nd St., Harrisburg, PA 717-236-5783 Free, 21+ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2016 9pm The Late Saints, Philadelphia, PA 10pm Jon Garcia & The Hopeless Romantics, Havre De Grace, MD 11pm Joseph Keith, Washington, DC 12am Taylor Sarfert Band, Atlantic City, NJ SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 9pm Lilli Jean & Animal Instincts 10pm Angwish, Charlotte, NC 11pm Spherehead, Lancaster, PA
THE MILLWORKS 340 Verbeke St., Harrisburg, PA 717-695-4888 $5, 21+ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2016 10pm The Plums, York, PA 10:35pm Keeps, Nashville, TN 11:05pm Rodger Harvey, Philadelphia, PA 11:35pm Laura Stevenson, Brooklyn, NY SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 9pm Wolf, Buffalo, NY 10pm Simplelife, Syracuse, NY 11pm SeepeopleS, Portland, ME
MOMO’S BBQ & GRILL 307 Market St., Harrisburg, PA 717-230-1030 FREE, 21+ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2016 7pm Ellyot H. Ray, Mechanicsburg, PA 8pm Don Hoffman Band, Walnutport, PA 9pm D-Bo, Harrisburg, PA 10pm Collegiate Shag Brass Band, Columbia, MO SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 7pm Crossroads Duo, Pottsville, PA 8pm Jake Tavill, New York, NY 9pm Bosom Band, Philadelphia, PA 10pm Bushmaster feat. Gary Brown, Carlisle, PA
O’REILLY’S TAP ROOM 800 East Park Dr., Harrisburg, PA 717-564-2700 FREE, 21+ KICK-OFF PARTY THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2016 8pm Andrea Nardello, Philadelphia, PA 9pm Shawan And The Wonton, Harrisburg, PA 10pm Flower Garden, Harrisburg, PA 11pm American Arson, Detroit, MI FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2016 FlexiTone Records Showcase 7:15pm Emma Cullen, Collegeville, PA 8pm Aubreylyn, New Hope, PA 8:45pm Jordan White, Bethlehem, PA 9:30pm BlackRue, Perkiomenville, PA 10:15pm Dylan Andre, Zieglerville, PA 11pm Frederico, Mechanicsburg, PA 11:45pm Tumbleweed Highway, Norwich, NY 12:45am Buck Shot, Virginia Beach, VA SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 6pm States // Capitals, Wyckoff, NJ 7pm Phil Firetog Trio, Long Island, NY 8pm Nicholas Wells, Katonah, NY 9pm Montgomery Streets, Brooklyn, NY 10pm Joe Taylor Collective, New York, NY 11pm Kevin McCove
PERKING POINT 257 Hershey Rd., Hummelstown, PA 717-566-2909 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2016 7pm Dani-elle, Jermyn, PA 8pm Taylor Perry, Camp Hill, PA 9pm The Ryan Alan Band, New Cumberland, PA SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 7:45pm Suzi Brown, Harrisburg, PA
PETE’S OLDE TOWNE 401 Market St., New Cumberland, PA 717-525-8847 FREE, 21 + FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2016 9pm R.J. Conrad, Harrisburg, PA
9:45pm Ryan Zimmerman, Long Beach Island, NJ 10:30pm Mike Rydock, Middletown, PA 11:15pm John Hufford, Hellertown, PA 12am Mike P. Ryan, Clifton, VA SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 9pm Ben Lorentzen, Mountainside, NJ 9:45pm Paul Saint John, Philadelphia, PA 10:30pm Jonathan Tea, Shark River Hills, NJ 11:15pm Jeff Ruby, Nashville, TN 12am Mike Rydock, Middletown, PA
THE POUR HOUSE 6200 Derry St., Harrisburg, PA 717-558-0818 FREE, 21+ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2016 9pm Justin Angelo & The Experience, Marietta, PA 10pm JR Wolf, Harrisburg, PA 11pm Sheridan Ave, Annville, PA 12am Running Late, Madison, NJ SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 9pm The Akt, York, PA 10pm Josh Krevsky, Harrisburg, PA 11pm Deaf Rhino, Glen Rock, NJ 12am Fink’s Constant, Harrisburg, PA
RIVER CITY BLUES CLUB 819 S. Cameron St., Harrisburg, PA 717-525-8926 FREE, 21+ THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2016 9pm Open Mic Full Back Line All Musician are Welcome FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2016 9pm Crossroads Duo, Pottsville, PA 10pm Jukehouse Bombers, Indiana, PA 11pm Jake Tavill, New York, NY 12am Dana Gaynor Band, Allentown, PA SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 10pm Black Tie Brass, New York, NY 11pm Collegiate Shag Brass Band, Columbia, MO 12am Switch Fu, Harrisburg, PA
TUBBY’S NIGHT CLUB 6 Inn Rd., Duncannon, PA 717-834-4700 FREE, 21+ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2016 8pm Six Bar Break, Enola, PA 9pm The Hidden Agendas, Williamsport, PA 10pm No Blitz, Alexandra, VA 11pm Station, New York, NY 12am Broken Fayth, Wiconisco, PA 1am Decipher Life, Newville, PA SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 8pm Mawcore, Chambersburg, PA 9pm End of Silence, Harrisburg, PA 10pm Special Guest 11pm MoTHER, New York, NY 12am Small Town Titans, Harrisburg, PA 1am Gun Metal Gray, Harrisburg, PA
WHISKEY RIDGE SALOON 5401 Carlisle Pike, Mechanicsburg, PA 717-697-0321 $5, 21+ SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016 10pm The Roadhouse Clams, Eastern Shore, MD 11pm Buck Shot, Virginia Beach, VA 12am The Ryan Alan Band, New Cumberland, PA
ZERODAY BREWING COMPANY 250 Reily St., Harrisburg, PA 717-745-6218 21+ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2016 9pm Sim Ross, Brooklyn, NY 9:45pm Stephen Babcock, New York, NY 10:30pm Nick Driver, Raleigh, NC 11:15pm Phil Firetog Trio, Long Island, NY
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ACROSS THE DESK continued... Lewton and Save the City. As usual Iâ€™m running late. I really wanted to do a nice interview with John Harris, Director of the Millennium Music Conference. Over the last 20 years I have watched him labor and work at pulling this conference off, year after year. There are always people griping and groaning but I tell you, â€œThe Manâ€? knows good music and he has always strived to give the Harrisburg area a treat for their ears by bringing us a plethora of talented musicians. Yes, there are a few that are just developing but the Music Confeerence is designed for those just starting out as well. Making connections and learning the â€œMusic Businessâ€? is what the daytime conference is all about. Are you going to be â€œdiscoveredâ€? and become a big star and drive a big car, probably not. But you will learn and you will make connections that will last a life time in your musical career. I called Mr. Harris and asked him to put down some of his thoughts about the conference and the industry and general. Following is what he sent me, and it is very good. Thanks John!
Millennium Music Conference & Showcase Celebrating 20 Years 1997 - 2016 Harrisburg, PA Itâ€™s been 20 Years from humble beginnings in 1997 at the Best Western Conference Center & Courtyard Nightclub (old Villa Leo) off 83 South in New Cumberland to the Hilton Towers & Crown Plaza in downtown Harrisburg over to the Radisson Penn Harris in Camp Hill and this is our 3rd year at the Best Western Premier, Central Hotel & Conference Center and the showcase venues have changed more that the host hotel. From 90 acts in 11 venues in 1997 to almost 300 acts at 30 venues in 2016 with Gulliftyâ€™s Underground (or Zeeâ€™s Eatery in 1997) being the only venue in all 20 years. In 1997 mostly local bands participated and some are still around: Fuel, The Jellybricks, The Badlees, Hexbelt, Hybrid Ice, Martini Bros., Mike Banks, Dj Geoffro, Joey Welz, Allmighty Senators, Case 150, Carbon Leaf and Fred Pellegrini.
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In 1997 Bret Michaels & Charlie Sheenâ€™s new entertainPHQWFRPSDQ\VROLFLWHGPXVLFIRUĂ€OPVVikki Walls was Associate Director and the Pennsylvania Musicians Magazine was a sponsor and partner. 105.7 was The Edge, 93.5 WTPA was The Rock Station and both were at Central Pennsylvaniaâ€™s Rock Music Showcase and Symposium. In 1996 when we started up the event the idea was to provide a forum for original acts and artists to meet, network and learn about how to advance their careers and then showcase their original music at night. The event has not changed that goal. )RUWKHĂ€UVWVHYHUDO\HDUVWKHVKRZFDVHVXEPLVVLRQVDOOFDPH in the mail with a showcase application, a press kit and a check for $20.00. We had hundreds in boxes by genre place in different rooms around the house. Now all submissions are electronic press kits and this year we had over 3,000 Free showcase submissions and weâ€™re able to select over 200 acts from our ReverbNation and Sonicbids platforms. In 2016 weâ€™re honored to have David Ivory as Keynote speaker. David has been coming to Harrisburg for years giving up his time to educate and share his experience with musicians. David is also credited with discovering and producing the GRAMMY-winning rock band Halestorm, who he met at Millennium, and helped sign to Atlantic Records in late 2005. Past keynotes include Halestorm in 2013, Bill McGathy (Manager, 3 Doors Down, Chevelle, Puddle of Mudd), Jerry Harrison (Talking Heads, Garageband.com & Producer of Violent Femmes, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, No Doubt), Walter McDonough (Future Of Music Coalition), Pat DiNizio (The Smithereens), Brett Scallions (Fuel), 0DWW 3LQĂ€HOG (MTV), Michael Glabicki (Rusted Root), David Ellifson (Megadeth), Bruce Warren & Jim Mcguinn (WXPN) and Ken Carson who was PD at 105.7 The X and returns this year as Asheville Sound and Management. Think of an average of 60 speakers each year for 20 years and itâ€™s almost 2,000 music industry professionals coming to Harrisburg, PA in the dead of winter to participate in the MMC. Some of the more famous acts that have participated over the years include: Godsmack, Halestorm, Fuel, Good Charlotte, Crobot, Ryan Bingham, Melody Gardot, Keaton Simons, Future Rock, Kingsfoil, Framing Hanley, Keaton Simons, Teddy Geiger, Big Elf, Charm City Devils and Sister Sparrow & The Dirtybirds. Imaging if you will an average of 250 acts a year for 20 years and itâ€™s close to 5,000 acts and artists coming to Harrisburg in the dead of winter to the MMC. Looking back now itâ€™s safe to say that almost the entire paradigm of the music industry has changed over the last 20 years. The digital revolution has just about made the whole major record label business model a thing of the distant past. Radio is not as relevant either. While the MMC has been through snow and ice storms, recessions, showcase venue and host hotel changes the event as well as the industry evolves. There was a time when we thought MTV would ruin to touring industry but now MTV is irrelevant and the touring industry is stronger than ever. Once constant that has not altered is that acts and artists with the passion to make it in the music business ZLOOĂ€QGDZD\WRVXFFHHG,ÂˇYHEHHQKRQRUHGWRSHUVRQDOO\VHH the growth of acts from the midstate like Poison, Live, Kix, Fuel, Halestorm and most recently Crobot; who met Lou Plaia from Reverbnation at Millennium while performing at a hastily moved Pabst Blue Ribbon stage when Gulliftyâ€™s double booked their Saturday with a private party. Lou liked what he heard and told his friends at TKO in NYC and ultimately led to a label signing and the current internationally touring act from central Pennsylvania receiving critical acclaim.
â€œwe come together as a community..to validate our work and support the aspirations of emerging talent. We have designed a forum to facilitate networking and the exchange of ideas and experiences that will serve to empower us all in the days to comeâ€?. In 2003 I wrote
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Itâ€™s with gratitude that I thank all the Sponsors, Speakers, Mentors, Exhibitors, Media, Industry Professionals, Venues and staffs, Musicians and conference staffs and volunteers that have ever participate over the last 20 years. Our whole community needs to support the dreams and aspirations and objectives. MMC, and other similar events, should continue to foster an environment for emerging talent to succeed. See you at #MMC20.
- END OF SILENCE .... the ROCK is ROLLING AGAIN!
By Rachel Rocks & Jeff Lawrence
Photos by Christine Charron
Late in 2012 and after a hiatus from playing live music, Tim Jesiolowski and Ed Piccolo decided to â€œend their silenceâ€? and throw their hats into the rock-n-roll ring again. The desire was WRURFNRQFHDJDLQEXWWKHWULFNZDVĂ€QGLQJWKHULJKWSHRSOHWR bring the vision to light. With the addition of Trevor Schubert on vocals, Jeff LawrenceRQEDVVDQGEDFNLQJYRFDOVWKHĂ€W ZDVULJKWDQGOLNHDĂ€QHO\WXQHGÂˇ'RGJH&KDUJHUWKH\ZHUH Ă€ULQJRQDOOF\OLQGHUVWKHURFNZDVUROOLQJDJDLQ$UPHGZLWK three-part vocal harmonies, heavy guitar presence, bombastic GUXPPLQJDQGWKHZLOOWRWXUQWKH&HQWUDO3$PXVLFVFHQHRQ its head, End of Silence was born in early 2013â€Ś. The band experienced a group epiphany in January 2015 ZKHQ WKH\ VKHG WKH FRFRRQ RI EHLQJ D VWDQGDUG FHQWUDO3$ rock and roll cover band and metamorphosed into a powerful
into itâ€? TrevorVD\VDVKHĂ LSVEDFNKLVXQUXO\PRSRIFXUO\ black hair, â€œevery show is a party, right?â€? When I saw End of Silence performing at the Eagle Hotel in Fredericksburg I was amazed TrevorGLGQÂˇWFRPHRXWRIWKHUHZLWKVWLWFKHV7KHZD\ KHMXPSVDURXQGDQGWKRVHFHLOLQJVDUHSUHWW\ORZ,JXHVVLWÂˇV good he has that curly hair, he can use it as a cushion, or maybe better, a helmet! For the moment End of Silence is content to party at loFDOFOXEVLQWKH&HQWUDO3$DUHDEXWWKH\SODQRQWUDYHOLQJWR 3KLODGHOSKLD %DOWLPRUH DQG '& WR Ă€QG ELJJHU VWDJHV DQG play with bigger acts. â€œAt this point in our lives itâ€™s no longer about living out of a van and touring for months at a timeâ€? says Tim, â€œbut that doesnâ€™t mean we canâ€™t get some great music and live entertainment out there.â€? They are eagerly looking into licensing their music and hope they can eventually enjoy VHHLQJ VRPH UR\DOWLHV (YHQ WKRXJK WKHVH JX\V GRQÂˇW JHW WKH chance to play hundreds of gigs a year, they take each gig they do get very seriously. They know that image is everything, and they try very hard to follow certain standards before they even take the stage. They also understand that the band has to set the mood for the night, they have to have the energy and have fun LQWKHSURFHVV1RPDWWHUKRZKDUGWKH\WU\WRPDNHHYHU\WKLQJ SHUIHFWREVWDFOHVGRDULVHOLNHZKHQWKH\EOHZXSWKHLU3$LQ the middle of a show and they had to play through their bass DPSDQGWKHLUPHJDSKRQHWKHUHVWRIWKHQLJKW,WZDVGHĂ€QLWHO\ a night to remember. They hope to make some more nights WR UHPHPEHU DW WKHLU 6KRZFDVHV IRU WKH Millennium Music Conference. They will be playing Friday, Feb.ruary 19th at the FieldhouseDQG6DWXUGD\)HEUXDU\WKWKH\ZLOOEHSOD\LQJ at Tubbyâ€™s.
Jeff Lawrence riff-driven original music-making machine. They took pieces RIWKHLUPDMRULQĂ XHQFHVÂ˛EDQGVOLNH$OLFHLQ&KDLQV*XQV1Âˇ 5RVHV$&'&DQG7KH&XOWÂ˛DQGPDVKHGWKHPWRJHWKHULQ an unholy alliance, forming their own brand of monstrous rock songs ready to be blasted through headphones at ear-melting volumes. With limited time to actually get together to create their originals, they had to get â€œoriginalâ€? themselves and come up with creative ways to collaborate on songs. Tim has a touch RIÂ´PXVLF$''ÂľEXWZLWKEdâ€™s help, he is able to hone him in DQGWRJHWKHUWKH\Ă€QGWKHPDLQVWUXFWXUHWRWKHLUVRQJV8VLQJ great new technology like Beatcraft and Reaper they are able to digitally share track pieces with each other and they can all HDVLO\DGGWRLWIURPWKHFRPIRUWRIWKHLURZQKRPHVDQGĂ€QDOly Trevor comes up with the lyrics. Once they get all of their â€œpiecesâ€? that they are all comfortable with, they get together, DQGZKDP$VRQJLVPDGH 7KHGULYLQJIRUFHEHKLQGWKHFKDQJHZDVWKHEDQGÂˇVJXLWDULVW Tim Jesiolowski$IWHUSOD\LQJDOORYHUWKHFHQWUDO3$DUHDIRU the better part of 20 years, Tim wanted to do something with more impact. â€œI was always tinkering with original material, but it wasnâ€™t until I was playing out with these guys that I felt like I really had to get into a studio to record it and record it rightâ€? says Tim. â€œEdâ€™s drums, Trevorâ€™s vocals, and Jeffâ€™s bass brought the songs to life and I knew we had to give those songs their best shot at being heard. We had to record them someplace that could do them justice.â€? The band found their answer at Obscenic Arts Recording Studio run by Anthony EspositoLQ'LOOVEXUJ3$+HLPPHdiately started putting his own unique twist on each song and over the next few months the songs became much more polLVKHGDQGFRPSOHWH7KHHQGUHVXOWLVWKHEDQGÂˇVQHZ(3 â€œWay of the Worldâ€?,ZLWKĂ€YHKLJKHQHUJ\WUDFNV1RZWKDWWKH\ÂˇYH Ă€QLVKHGRQH(3WKH\DUHKRRNHG6LQFHLQWHUYLHZLQJWKHEDQG WKH\ÂˇYH UHFRUGHG WZR QHZ VRQJV â€œRevolutionâ€? and â€œOut of Your Mindâ€? at Seventh Wave Studio LQ3DOP\UD7KH\ZHUH VR GHGLFDWHG WKH\ HYHQ UHFRUGHG WKURXJK 3HQQV\OYDQLDÂˇV UHFRUGEUHDNLQJ VQRZVWRUP Âś-RQDVÂˇ :KLOH WKHLU VRQJV DUH DOO JXLWDUGULYHQ WKH EDQGÂˇV OHDG VLQJHU DQG IURQW PDQ Trevor Schubert, comes up with lyrics and harmonic phrasings that PRUHWKDQFRPSHWHIRUWKHOLVWHQHUÂˇVLQWHUHVWTrevor translates WKRVHVNLOOVHWVWRWKHVWDJHDVZHOO'XULQJDW\SLFDOEnd of Silence show Trevor will belt out vocals with prowess that turns heads and he is not afraid to roam out into the audience, or sing a few bars through a bullhorn, if that is what the moment calls for. â€œItâ€™s all about getting the people to get up, get
Trevor Schubert DORQJWKHZD\7KH\DOVRDOUHDG\KDYHDQDPD]LQJRIĂ€FLDOPXsic video for their song â€œHeartbeat.â€? Their video was recorded by Erik Soulliard of Annubis Productions, it was a ton of IXQ WR UHFRUG DQG WKH\ FDQÂˇW ZDLW WR PDNH PRUH Ed wanted to go back to when he was 15 and thank Wade Swanger for asking him to be the drummer for the band Axtress. They went on to win the 1984 York Battle of the Bands, it was his UHDO WDVWH RI EDQG OLIH DQG KHÂˇV ORYHG GUXPPLQJ HYHU VLQFH They are also thrilled that their original music is already being played on 92.1 WTPAâ€™s Sunday Showcase with Uncle Harry, and Rob Simonâ€™s â€œUnder the Radarâ€? show on 105.7 the X. 7KHUHÂˇVQRWKLQJTXLWHOLNHWXUQLQJRQWKHUDGLRDQGKHDULQJRQH of your songs! Last but not least, their fans, each and every one of them, for coming to shows, buying their music, requesting their songs, and just for all of the support and love. End of Silence has only scratched the surface on their muVLFDOMRXUQH\,ÂˇPVXUH\RXZLOOEHVHHLQJDORWPRUHRIWKHP in the near future. In the meantime check out their ad in this issue for their full schedule, and check them out online faceERRNFRPRIĂ€FLDOHQGRIVLOHQFH Make sure and checkout their Soundcloud page, it even has downloadable karaoke styles of their songs so you can sing along at their next show!
Ed Piccolo $OOJRRGEDQGVKDYHHYHQEHWWHUVXSSRUWHUVDQGWKDWLVGHĂ€nitely the case for End of Silence1RWRQO\GRWKH\KDYHDPD]ing wives and family that has supported their musical endeavors for years, but also all of the club owners that have given them a chance, especially Mike Saphore at the Eagle Hotel LQ )UHGHULFNVEXUJ7KH\ÂˇYH DOVR WULHG KDYLQJ D VHFRQG JXLWDU player a couple times, one of those attempts was Terry White. +HZDVDJUHDWLQĂ XHQFHRQEnd of Silenceâ€™s whole style and KHUHDOO\KHOSHGWKHPVWHSXSWKHLUJDPH+HXQGHUVWRRGKRZ each note of every instrument was created, and he made sure they were playing the songs correctly or they would do it again, and again. Terry moved on to other projects and then eventually Steve Junkins joined the group for a couple weeks. Steve LVDQDPD]LQJJX\WKDWGHĂ€QLWHO\GUHZLQTXLWHDIHZQHZIDQV and â€œlikesâ€? on their Facebook page. Steve also still continues to help them get great gigs at different venues. They are very JUDWHIXOIRUKLVFRQWLQXHGVXSSRUW$OVRDeuce Gibb and the entire Martini Bros. for sharing the stage and plenty of advice
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THE PROFESSOR By Jim Price
As we arrive in February, I am again looking forward to my â€œworking vacationâ€? weekend that is the 20th Annual Millennium Music Conference, happening February 19th thru the 21st at the Best Western Premier â€“ The Central Hotel and Conference Center in Harrisburg. Producer and Grammy-nominated engineer David Ivory will be the keynote speaker at this yearâ€™s conference, which also includes music industry panels and seminars, mentoring sessions, the trade show with acoustic stage, and showcase performances throughout the Harrisburg area from nearly 300 different bands and artists from Pennsylvania, the Northeast, and throughout the United States and world. I again look forward to logging quality time with my PA Musician cohorts, touching base with musical friends, networking and meeting new faces, and discovering new talents and sounds. If you are attending, say hello to me at the PA Musician booth area at the trade show, and showcasing bands and artists are also invited to submit their recordings to my 105.9 Qwik-Rock â€œHomegrown Rockerâ€? radio program drop box â€“ one recording will be randomly drawn at the end of the Saturdayâ€™s business conference, and that group or artist will win a special guest interview on the March 6th â€œHomegrown Rockerâ€? program! The transition from 2015 into 2016 was a smooth one, and live music helped make that transition pleasant. Before taking a break from stage action to begin the New Year, Half Tempted rang in New Year 2016 at 30 Something. The reliable cast of singer, guitarist and ringleader Ron Dalansky, guitarist/singer Jim Mincin, bassist/singer Joe George and drummer Shawn Gioiosa provided the appropriately sturdy classic rock mixture WRJXLGHWKHDXGLHQFHLQWRWKH1HZ<HDU7KHĂ RRUDUHDLQIURQW of the stage quickly became busy with dancers and headbangers as Half TemptedĂ€UHGWKURXJKFODVVLFVIURPWKHFDWDORJVRI$& '&-XGDV3ULHVW%ODFN6DEEDWK.LVV&KHDS7ULFN-LPL+HQGUL[3RLVRQ7KLQ/L]]\DQGPRUH&RPSOLPHQWDU\FKDPSDJQH toasts clanged at midnight, and 30 Something main man Claudio, Carol and the staff presented a food buffet to welcome in 2016. Musical highlights before and after the change of year included Ronâ€™s and Jimâ€™s dual guitar leads on Thin Lizzyâ€™s â€œThe Boys Are Back in Town,â€? and a rare lead singing display by Joe, fronting the group on a version of Staindâ€™s â€œItâ€™s Been Awhile.â€? As Half Tempted takes some time off, Shawn has taken over the drum helm for the group This Albatross, replacing Les Beatty, who stepped away at the end of the year. $IWHU 1HZ<HDUÂˇV (YH WKH Ă€UVW EDQG , ZHQW WR VHH LQ was Pure Cane Sugar, DV WKH\ SOD\HG WKHLU Ă€UVW ZHHNO\ 6DWurday show of the New Year at Zenoâ€™sLQ6WDWH&ROOHJH8SRQ arriving during their second set, I was quickly reminded of the singing, instrumental and arranging brilliance that is this band! They were in the midst of an innovative, funky read of The Bandâ€™s â€œThe Weightâ€? as I arrived; the vocal harmonies sounded great between singer/guitarist Kate Twoey and singer Natalie Race (the groupâ€™s third singer, Molly Countermine, was absent this night). Meanwhile, Junior Tutwiler masterfully executed clean solo work on his guitar, while drummer Daryl Branford and bassist Bob Hart generated inventive rhythms. Guest percussionist Dave Staab (the manager at Zenoâ€™s) joined Pure Cane Sugar during the nightcap set. The group continued to mix original songs with creative spins on a variety of classics, FRQYHUWLQJHDFKVRQJLQWRWKHLURZQGLVWLQFWLYHĂ DYRU7KHWZR big highlights for me included Pure Cane Sugarâ€™s creative read RI 7KH &UDQEHUULHVÂˇ â€œZombie,â€? followed by the night-ending UHQGLWLRQRI%XIIDOR6SULQJĂ€HOGÂˇVâ€œFor What Itâ€™s Worth,â€? where the group used a false ending to set up for the songâ€™s roaring homestretch. Pure Cane Sugarâ€™s musical magic worked, drawing more and more people to the front of the stage as their performance continued. I am continually amazed every time I see this band; if you havenâ€™t seen Pure Cane Sugar yet, make a resolution to experience them in this New Year; they are truly something special! $IWHUZLQWHUÂˇVFROGĂ€QDOO\VHWWOHGLQWRWKHUHJLRQODVWPRQWK Downtown Bedford, Inc.â€™s third annual Feel The Heat Chili and Soup Cookoff arrived at the perfect time. During this HYHQWYDULRXV%HGIRUG&RXQW\HDWHULHVDQGWDYHUQVSUHVHQWHGD VPRUJDVERUG RI FKLOLV DQG VRXSV ZKLFK ZHUH VDPSOHG DW Ă€YH downtown Bedford locations, with votes from the tasting public determining the winners. Live music accompanied the tasting continued on next page...
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THE PROFESSOR continued... also began to develop their own setlist, and have evolved into a performing duo. During their appearance last month at Altoonaâ€™s Family Pizza & Pub, Dave and Steve presented a wide variety RIPXVLFDOĂ DYRUVWRXFKLQJRQSRSURFNEOXHVDQGIXQNIDYRUites. Daveâ€™s GHWDLOHG NH\ERDUG DUUDQJHPHQWV SURYLGHG WKH SHUIHFWEDFNGURSVIRUSteveâ€™s soaring vocals, as the two performed hits from Christopher Cross, Journey, Toto, Santana, the Beatles, Billy Joel, Elton John and more. Some surprises along the way included the Dave-fronted version of Totoâ€™s â€œAfrica,â€? the duoâ€™s GDQFHLQVSLULQJUHQGLWLRQRI0DUN5RQVRQ %UXQR0DUVÂˇâ€œUptown Funk,â€? and singing audience guest Patty, who joined Steve to croon the Barbra Streisand/Neil Diamond duet hit â€œYou Donâ€™t Bring Me Flowers.â€? Dave and Steve also did their aforementioned original song â€œRise River Rise.â€? Dave and Steve frequently appear at Family Pizza and other Altoona area stages. One of the things that fuel my enthusiasm for following and covering this areaâ€™s music scene each month in PA Musician LV GLVFRYHULQJ QHZ WDOHQW RQ WKH DUHD VWDJHV 5HFHQWO\ D ORW RI WKDWGLVFRYHU\SURFHVVKDVEHHQKDSSHQLQJYLDZHHNO\RSHQPLF and jam night stages. I recently discovered a fun music scene KDSSHQLQJDWWKHZHHNO\Wednesday Open Mic Night at Joe & Maryâ€™s Tavern in Altoona. Hosted by Jon Wittmer, this open mic features a fun atmosphere of interaction between musicians DQGDXGLHQFHPHPEHUV'XULQJP\Ă€UVWYLVLWWRWKLVHYHQWLQODWH 'HFHPEHU , FDXJKW P\ Ă€UVW ORRN DW Zach Wade & the Good Grief1DPHVDNH Zach Wade sings and plays acoustic guitar, accompanied by lead guitarist Duane Ferrell, bassist Devin Pierce and percussionist Warren Peace. They merged together elements RIIXQNIRONURFNDQGDWRXFKRIKLSKRSLQWRDOLYHO\RULJLQDO VRXQGWKDWĂ€UHGXSWKHDXGLHQFH$OVRSHUIRUPLQJWKLVQLJKWZDV the PennSoulVania acoustic duo of guitarist/singer Chet Denny and vocalist DuVille Thomas. They performed several original QXPEHUVWKDWEOHQGHGIRONIXQNDQGKLSKRSĂ DYRUVZLWKSRVLtive messages; including such tunes as â€œPilgrimageâ€? and â€œGood Life.â€? The night soon evolved into a jam night free-for-all, with various musicians stepping up to blend talents on originals and cover material. I even was invited up to add some djembe beats
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PA MUSICIAN REVIEWS By Jim Price
JIM DONOVAN â€“ â€œSUN KING WARRIORSâ€? (no label) In 2005, Jim Donovan amicably left the drum helm of the multi-platinum selling Rusted Root to raise a family, and subsequently developed a satisfying career as a music educator at St. Francis University in Loretto. Eventually, though, the itch to create music started to resurface, and Donovan began to pen songs and subsequently formed his current band project, the Sun King Warriors. He began incrementally recording songs in 2011, with an unexpected 2013 health scare accelerating the recording toward fruition as the â€œSun King Warriorsâ€? CD. Donovan sings, plays guitar and some drums, assisted by guitarists Dan Murphy and Kevin McDonald, bassist Kent Tonkin, and percussionists Bryan Fazio and Harry Pepper; The Clarksâ€™ Rob James contributes additional guitar and mandolin. Described by Donovan as â€œa mix of feel good grooverock, American roots music and two tons of drums,â€? the discâ€™s ten tracks evoke a unique stew of sounds, mixing hard rock, reggae, worldbeat, percussion, acoustic and folk tones; at times suggesting Rusted Root powered by classic 1970s/80s arena rock thunder. The music sets the foundation for Donovanâ€™s mostly positive messages about life, love and forward motion. The bouncy opening track,
â€œBlend Into You,â€? offers a message of love and unity, with an 11-voice â€˜Wild Man Shouting Ensemble slamming an exclamation point on the chorus to launch the songâ€™s homestretch. â€œIâ€™m Doing Fineâ€? is about leaving the past behind and moving ahead, and the anthemic â€œYou Got to Believe Itâ€? triumphantly professes a theme of putting fear and apprehension in the rearview mirror and stepping oneâ€™s game up every day. â€œOolalalaâ€? rides a punchy, booming reggae rhythm, while drum thunder takes the forefront on the percussive charge â€œMarch of the Sun King Warriors.â€? This album contains gentler tones, too â€“ such as Donovanâ€™s soft-spoken vocals and worldly acoustic tones of â€œLove On Me,â€? the African folk-driven father-to-son ode â€œThe One Youâ€™re Growing Into,â€? and the mild and warm vibes of â€œCanâ€™t Stop Fallingâ€? DQG WKH ORYHĂ€OOHG GLVFFORVHU â€œThe Sunshine.â€? Thereâ€™s no mistake that Donovanâ€™s heart and soul are invested into these songs, and the entire album rings with passion and enthusiasm. His cast of bandmates and sidemen buy into the music as well, resulting in an uplifting mood that prevails from start to end. Produced, mixed and recorded by Sean McDonald at Red Medicine Recording Studios in Pittsburgh, â€œSun King Warriorsâ€? sounds big, deep and vibrant, with vocals, harmonies and instruments coming through clear and distinct. With â€œSun King Warriorsâ€?, Jim Donovan crafts a sonic picture of his mind and soul, and based on that picture, he and his life are in a very good place. (The CD can be obtained through the website www. sunkingwarriors.com.) THE HAWKEYES â€“ â€œONE PLUG IN THE WALLâ€? (no label) The Hawkeyes formed in 2010 from the merger of members from two Pittsburgh-based alt-country acts, The Jay Wiley Band and The Country Music Gas Station. Their latest CD, â€œOne Plug in the Wallâ€?, hones the groupâ€™s brazen brand of driving, roots-based hard rock. Lead singer/guitarist Jay Wiley, lead guitarist/singer Michael Grego, drummer Colin Bronnenkant;
and bassist Brian Chalmers deliver an intense, beefy rock sound informed by classic blues rock, southern-fried rock and rebel country elements over the discâ€™s nine tracks. The Hawkeyes pull all stops, riding most of the songs toward impassioned peaks before all is said and done. Wileyâ€™s voice goes for broke as he belts out honest words about life, work, ambition and chasing dreams. The opening track â€œMiracle Manâ€? sets the tone with its hard-driving rhythm and proud proclamation of blue-collar roots and ethic. The southern-toned â€œGhostâ€? is one of several numbers about the tough quest to be a professional musician, while â€œDavenportâ€? is a hardcharging road song. The powerful â€œHours & Milesâ€? rides an LQIHFWLRXVULIIDQGĂ€VWWRWKHFKRSVFKRUXVZKLOHWKHWLWOHWUDFN â€œOne Plug in the Wallâ€? recalls the fuzz distortion of classic Neil Young & Crazy Horse while contemplating a rockâ€™nâ€™roll pipedream that started in an electrical outlet. The Hawkeyes describe rugged family living on the stern-edged â€œJunior,â€? and the disc-closer â€œHad Enoughâ€? WDSV D 5ROOLQJ 6WRQHV Ă DYRU while lyrically running out of patience. The performances are KHDUW\DQGĂ€HU\DVThe Hawkeyes play for keeps, providing ample punch and swagger. Produced by the group and Ken Rose, the CD sounds tough, edgy and consistent from start to end, with all components of The Hawkeyesâ€™ presentation given sharpness and bite in the mix. The Hawkeyes have truly arrived with â€œOne Plug in the Wallâ€?,DĂ€UPVWDWHPHQWRIWKHLU raw, no-nonsense, hard-punching rock. (The CD can be obtained through the website www.hawkeyesband.com.) STERLING KOCH â€“ â€œROCK SLIDEâ€? (Full Force Music) Sterling Koch continues his exploration of steel guitar blues with a more rocking twist on his latest effort, â€œRock Slideâ€?. Inspired in part by the vinyl classic rock albums of his youth, Koch designed â€œRock Slideâ€? much like a traditional record album, with eight songs designated on â€œSidesâ€? A and B, and even a vinyl album design for the physical CD itself. Within the albumâ€™s â€œgroovesâ€? are seven original compositions and one remake; showcasing Kochâ€™s steel/ slide guitar virtuosity and swagger, powered by the steady and punchy rhythms of drummer John Goba and bassist Gene Babula. Guest Jack Kulpâ€™s harmonica wail ushers in the discâ€™s rousing opening track, the Texas-styled boogie rocker â€œShake â€˜Em on Down.â€? Koch cowrote three of the songs with South Carolina-based songwriter Freida Gantt; including the pulsating â€œSugar,â€? featuring backing vocalist Jennifer Dierwechter, â€œGood to Goâ€? with its Keith Richards-styled rhythm guitar tone and Stone-ish strut, and the uptempo â€œCominâ€™ for Your Love.â€? Inspired by a dream, the slow and moody â€œLeavinâ€™ Me with the Bluesâ€? captures a 'DYLG *LOPRXUVW\OHG JXLWDU Ă DYRU DQG LV RQH RI WZR VRQJV to feature guest keyboard player Bob Wagner. Koch applies his signature slide guitar style to Steve Ray Vaughanâ€™s classic Â´&URVVĂ€UHÂľ and the album ends with a bar-themed playful jam session called â€œLast Call.â€? This album grooves with the FRQĂ€GHQFH RI DQ DUWLVW ZKR NQRZV KLV LQVWUXPHQW DQG PXVLcal terrain; Kochâ€™s performances are steady and consistent; KLVVWHHOJXLWDUVLJQDWXUHPDUNVWKHVHVRQJVGHĂ€QLWLYHO\DVKLV own, and his vocals are sturdy and direct. Co-produced and recorded by Koch and Bret Alexander, â€œRock Slideâ€? sounds beefy and punchy, and the overall mix enables these songs to rock and strut with authority. Like those classic rock albums that helped inspire it, â€œRock Slideâ€? is a strong set from start to end, as Sterling KochIXUWKHUGHĂ€QHVKLVURFNDQGEOXHVVWHHO guitar soundscape. (The CD can be obtained from CD Baby, or through the website www.sterlingkoch.com.)
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CLASSIFIED NOTES BUSINESS CLASSIFIEDS: WANTED: WE PAY CASH for used guitars, amps, effects, etc!!! Call Matt at Creter Guitar Shop, Jonestown at 717-865-3677. We also do guitar repair and have a variety of lessons available.
FOR SALE: Studio gear. Tascam DA88 multitrack recorders.Microphones. Mic stands. Compressors.Multi EFX. Audio cable. Acoustic foam/panels. Leave mesand home-schooled students sage. 610-488-0914. during morning and early afternoon hours. Choose FOR SALE: Roland V-Stage your location- Carlisle Pike Series TD-12KX full kit + in Mechanicsburg or SelinsH[WUDÁRRUWRPWKURQHEDVV grove, PA. Call 570-898SHGDO KDW VWDQG /LJKWO\ 0800. XVHG H[FHOOHQW FRQGLWLRQ $2400 717-831-2319 BAND PRACTICE SPACFOR SALE OR TRADE: ES AVAILABLE in MarysPA Sound equipment, amps, ville. Various sizes, call for mixer, speakers, monitors, pricing. 717-379-2168. $2,000 or trade for vehicle. 717-379-8010. PHAT FLAVA PRODUCFOR SALE: Hammond TION: Mixed tapes/CD’s, Proline 860 Leslie, With parties, events of all kinds. foot pre-amp and Leslie 11 Call me for your next pin cable, All in great condievent!!! DJ HOWIE, owner. tion! $600 Phone 717-248Cell: 717-343-7262. Email: 8739 e:mail superstarr55@ KRXVÁL]]#\DKRRFRP mail.com
2500 Amp Seismic Audio SA-12R monitors. Ma/ CKRG (?) Mix 5 Mixer, Monitor cable Intzrg . unmegs. TRS to RCA Adaptors and other, $700. 717938-9505. (sorry, could not read the writing, call for info) FOR SALE: PA sound equipment, amps, speakers, monitors, mixer, eq’s, etc. All for $2,000. Call for list. 717-379-8010.
WANTED: Vintage guitars, basses, amps, banjos, etc. Fender, Gibson, Martin, Rickenbacker, Gretsch, etc. Top dollar paid! Call Player’s Exchange at 717975-2385 or stop by and see us at 225 S. Third St. Lemoyne, PA. Email: bslotus@ EQUIPMENT WANTED: aol.com FOR SALE: Crown x4, Older Kay upright bass for THE BEST VALUE FOR bluegrass band. Good conYOUR RECORDING dition, reasonably priced. DOLLAR: Celebrating our Call Jeff 814-585-0362. 30th year in business. Pro Tools, HD3/Accel, 192k Interface, 2 inch 24 track analog, 16 channels of API outboard mic pres, Yamaha Maple Custom Absolute kit, SWR 7 GK bass amps, Marshall half stack, Fender twin & Bassman guitars amps, Hammond B-3, Yamaha C7 grand piano, Authorized Pro Tool dealers. CD/DVD duplication on site 3 CCC Video Services. 5.1 surround mixing. $300 per day. www.datamusicves.com, Altoona PA. Phone 814944-2406.
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“SG” electric guitar wit amp $150. Call 717-379-8010. FOR SALE: Ensoniq Mirage DSK-8 keyboard, full size keys, pressure weighted 61 keys, studio use only for short time. Stand, manual foot pedal, $350 or best offer, call 570-294-4795. FOR SALE: Yamaha DTXTREME III, Electronic drums. Six drums! There cymbals; Hi-Hat: double bass pedal; top of the line kit, like new! Bargain at $1,650 or best offer. Call 570-374-4059.
FOR SALE: Tascam 380 24 track recording board with V.U. meters, $500. Call 717-627-4800. FOR SALE: Mastering cassette recorders like new, $35 each. Call 717-627-4800.
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in Schuylkill County is seeking a lead singer. We play classic / current country and classic rock. We have full PA, lights and WANTED: All-female weekend bookings. Call: Motley Crue tribute needs 570-449-8583. kick-ass Vince (vocals) and Tommy (drums). MUST be WANTED: Experienced willing to travel. Serious Guitarist and Drummer for MUSICIANS inquiries only, please. Call original heavy rock project. WANTED Sharon 717-465-8119 or I am in the Chambersburg email djsharon@comcast. area. Contact: adamonWANTED: Classic, modern net. email@example.com rock band looking of permanent, good solid drum- WANTED: Experienced WANTED: A working mer with experience. Must Guitarist and Drummer for oldies band with an agent be Open-Minded, have original heavy rock proj- needs Lead Guitar Player availability, equipment and ect. I am in the Chambers- and Drummer for a 50’s, transportation. Reading, burg area.Contact: adam- 60’s Elvis show and 70’s Berks County area. 610- o n b a s s 0 1 @ g m a i l . cover band. Call Randy 451-3824. com 717-300-0148. 570-898-6888.
FOR SALE: 1995 Fender Vibrolux Reverb in mint condition. Checked by Amp Expert at Creter Music. Asking $650. Call 717-571- WANTED: Singer and bass player need drummer and 1380. lead guitarist for project. FOR SALE: PA equipment Classic rock and originals in and lights, power amp, Schuylkill County. Call Ken monitors, snake, truss, 570-622-3964.
WANTED:Drummer for +EJ DUHD EDVHG 0LVÀWV Tribute band.We have practice location and Pa,and connections.Please contact Mike:717-542-2998 or Ed:717-847-6972 for an trees, lights and light board, WANTED: Need experiaudition. all cords and cables. Call enced 5-string bass, keys Patrick at 570-951-9594. and violin players for con- WANTED: Country Band Bloomsburg. $1,300 obo.
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CLASSIFIED NOTES continued... WANTED: Male or female friends! Play by ear or music: Accordion Concertina, ukulele or any instruments. English, Spanish, Portuguese, call from anywhere in PA. Call Mikeâ€™s cell at 610-620-8833. WANTED: Female rhythm guitarist/vocalist seeking male musicians for original shock rock band centering on hard rock/punk. Ages 17-25. Must be career minded, dedicated, and able to sing and write muVLF,QĂ XHQFHVLQFOXGH-RDQ -HWW $OLFH &RRSHU *UHHQ Day and Kiss. Located in Snyder County, but can travel. Can switch to bass if needed. Text Adrienne: 570-765-1271 or email adrienneelectrocution@ gmail.com WANTED: Steady, on time solid drummer for hard/ modern rock cover band. Selinsgrove area. Call 570412-7614.
WANTED: Bassist needed for Country Rock: must be team player, gigs already booked. Ready to record full length CD. Matt, 717773-3773. WANTED: Seeking like minded musicians. Original metal project. Male/female, dedication and image conscious. Sabbath, Type O, 3DQWHUD 'HYLOGULYHU LQĂ Xences. Call 717-770-9621. WANTED: Singer/front person for Shamokin area classic rock band. Full rehearsal space & PA. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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WANTED: Lead singer. We do covers and originals. We have been together off and on since 1990. We do a mixture of 80â€™s metal and 70â€™s rock. We have dates, lights, and PA. From the York and Lancaster area. All we need is you! If interested, contact or text Brian at 717-4493503.
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AVAILABLE: Lead/rhythm guitarist to start or join rock, hard rock, metal cover or tribute band. Reside in Altoona area, but willing to WANTED: Extended range WUDYHO $VN IRU -DVRQ guitarist, bassist, singer, 942-3762. djent, progressive. Call/text Bobby 570-590-7991. AVAILABLE: 24 y.o guitarist seeking professional and WANTED: Musicians for dedicated band. Metal, Hard an all in one cover, tribute, Rock, Alternative prefered.
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CLASSIFIED NOTES continued... I play on 6 and 8 string guitars. Available immediately. 717-770-9250 AVAILABLE: Versatile Vocalist looking for working or near working, cover original, rock/hard rock project. Serious inquires only. call 717-916-4247. AVAILABLE: Drummer. Can sing lead or harmony. Into Jazz, Blues, R&B, old and new Country. Call Gary at 410-802-9737. AVAILABLE: Got a place to rehearse, can we get reasonable volume, weekends, guitarist, 53, Harrisburg area. Very good with covers 70’s, 80’s, my window of opportunity unfolds. 717303-4211. AVAILABLE: Bassist with 25 years experience and pro gear. Southern and hard rock preferred. Part time. No drugs. No drama. Harrisburg area. firstname.lastname@example.org
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sic country or gospel band. Call 717-273-2833. AVAILABLE: Guitar player, some keyboards, strong vocals, top equipment available in Lehigh Valley/ Pocono area. Can travel. Original classic rock. I have rehearsal space. Experienced. Call 610-588-1640. AVAILABLE: Bass player, 30 years experience, looking for band or acoustic act that’s performing classic, modern rock variety. Have good strong vocals, equipment, transportation. Reading area. Call 610-4513824. AVAILABLE: Rhythm guitar into the Stones, Stooges, NY Dolls and The Clash. Looking to start mostly original band. Contact: 717576-7082. AVAILABLE: Classic rock, lead vocalist in Northumberland County, many years of stage experience. I have live video available, contact: frontman_classic_ firstname.lastname@example.org
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