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ACROSS THE DESK By Whitey & Robin Noll

THANK YOU to one and all who helped raise money for our taxes. This was the first year we were able to pay our taxes with money saved instead of borrowed. That was such a relief. It is humbly to ask for help and we truly appreciate all those who have showed such love and support this entire year. I asked Fred, our tax accountant, if I should stop doing the magazines. At first he said, “I can’t tell you that.” Then when we were done going over everything he said, “ I wouldn’t give it up, you were a mess when you first came and you’re just beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel.” Those words were what I needed to hear to keep on keeping on. I’m sure many performers and musicians can relate to the feeling of wondering

if anyone does appreciate what you do. If you should just quit on your dream and persue another carreer. Needless to say, the Pennsylvania Musician Magazine will continue on it’s journey. If anyone has any suggestions on how we can better serve the music community in general please email or give me a call. It’s always good to get input. The 2nd Fight for Our Forum was held at Gullifty’s on a storm tossed night. We were very thankful for those who braved the elements and came out to party with us. A great group of musicians gathered together with Mycenea Worley starting it off. Mycenea’s songwriting, musicianship and vocals are always astounding. It was a blowin’ and a stormin’ outside but inside was a calm, peaceful vibe going on with Mycena’s music. Next up was SOS, Rachel keeps bragging on this group and now I know why. They were solid and had great vocals. Gypsy Caravan finished off the evening and I had the privilege of hearing Gypsy Caravan at the Millennium Music Conference so I knew ahead what a treat my ears were in for. continued on pg. 2 6 ...

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Out & About continued... band, Brand New Wings, closer to home, so Deezle Church had to find a new bass player. Luckily they did, and they are playing more shows in the area. If you like modern country with a southern rock twist, get out there and support Deezle Church. This month I had a special Sunday party to go to. It was Mycenea Worley’s Super Secret CD Release Party. She threw

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a party for all of the people that backed her on her Kickstarter project. We all got to hear her latest EP, “Siren” for the first time, and we all left with our very own signed copy. It was cool talking to people there and finding out how they first heard Mycenea play, and how they are hooked onto her music. Mycenea’s EP is filled with six amazing songs. I was also excited to see “Low” on it, which is one of my older faves of Mycenea’s. “Siren” will be officially released on May 21st. My last night of the month was our PA Musician Magazine

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benefit, Fight for our Forum 2. I can’t say THANK YOU enough to all the people and businesses that donated to our raffle, and a HUGE THANK YOU to everyone who came out and supported the event, and especially to the musicians, Mycenea Worley, SOS, and Gypsy Caravan for playing for us. It was a great night celebrating the PA Musician Magazine with people that truly appreciate all of our hard work and dedication to the local music scene. After listening to Mycenea’s EP for a week, it was awesome to hear her perform her new songs live. Quite a few people were hearing Mycenea for the first time, it was cool to see how excited they got about her performance. Mycenea’s voice is very unique and definitely not something you hear all the time. Check out Mycenea’s schedule in this issue and get out there and support her and her amazing music. SOS continued the night for us with their more alternative rock covers. They even threw in a little country. Word on the street is they are going to work some of their old originals back into the set, I sure do hope so. I loved their originals years ago and would love to hear them again. SOS even played some Rush in honor of them getting dedicated to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. They played a great set that everyone enjoyed. Gypsy Caravan finished up the show for us with their rockin’ set of covers and originals. Jen has a great voice and a wild stage presence. She’s also backed up by some great musicians. All of their stage presence is awesome and definitely helped liven up the night. People finally got out on the dance floor. Since we chose to have the show end early at 11, it was a shock to a lot of people that are used to rockin’ the night away. We wanted there to still be time for people to get out there and support all of the other bands that were out there trying to make a living that night. I was so touched by all the people that personally came up to me and told me how much they love reading my articles. It makes it a little easier to be writing this article while I’m flying over Nebraska (according to the pilot). Thank you again for all the continued support!! You ALL Rock!! Well, we’ll see what happens this month in the life of Rachel Rocks. I can tell you one thing, there is never a dull moment in my life, and for that, I am very thankful. Please get out there and support local music, and let the bands or venues know that the PA Musician Magazine sent ya! See you Out & About. Ahhh… still an hour and 25 minutes til Vegas, I think it’s time for a little nap before our adventures begin. Send notes and invites to RachelRocks@pamusician.net.

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Susquehanna Valley NEWS By Keith Hummel It’s May, the long spring is over, yea! May is still a bit cool but “being cool” is what Bluegrass music is all about. The 2nd Annual Spring Pickin’ Bluegrass Festival will be taking place May 3rd thru May 5th at the Blain Picnic Grounds. Fun for the whole family with camping, late night stage until 3am, instument workshops, kids area, playground, a horseshoe tournament and of course, great music. Check out www.monkeylion.net for all the details or you can see their ad in last month’s issue on page 2 if you happen to have kepy your copy. Over 20 bands will be performing including Larry Keel & The Natural Bridge, The Hillbilly Gypsies, Rumpke Mountain Boys, Garcia Grass, Hickory Project, and Launch Pad just to name a few. Another great event coming up the merry month of May is Roast & Run for Little Ones Annual Benefit May 17th thru the 19th at West End Fairgrounds in Laurelton. Friday night will be Karaoke with Starmaker and Reverand Blue Jeans. Saturday night features Tongue ‘N’ Cheek, Sucker Punch and Small Town Titans. This event supports ill and disabled local children. It’s a great cause and keeps the funds raised in our local area. See the ad on page 17 for all the details. June has a lot of outside music happening so get ready to rock, our Pennsylvania Musicians are ready to roll with even more blues to come as the 24th annual Billtown Blues Festival will take place at the Lycoming County Fairgrounds in Hughesville. As always local favorites like The Blind Chitlin Kahunas, The Porkroll Project and Greg Burgess will open the show. Headlining the event Joe Louis Walker will sear the stage with the blues. There are more music and things going on but I’ve only little time this month to fill in the full line up. Check out June’s issue of The Pennsylvania Musician Magazine for the full line up of The Billtown Blues Festival. If you want a jump on things go to Billtownblues.org for a more in depth description of each artist. The Badlees are in the studio getting a new CD ready for an October release. Meantime they have gotten the call to open for Bob Seger on some tri-state dates. The word of great Badlee music travels far as Bob hand picked the band to open for him. The Badlees opened for him years back and Bob gave them the call up. That darn Kix band is everywhere. After a hot show up here at The Hummelswharf Fire Company they are getting a new CD of new Kix music. Steve Whiteman was on Eddie Trunks show weeks back and look to June when Steve and Brian Forsythe will be on Eddie’s “That Metal Show.” Western Pa’s Tony Janflone has been laid for five years from a car accident. He’s healed up and playing all over western PA and the Pittsburg area. Good to hear Tony is healed up and ready to play be it a band or solo. TonyJanflonJr.com. White Witch, together 29 years and having three original members, are adding keyboards to their music. May 25th you can rock with the Witch and friends at the Log Cabin Inn continued on page 1 6 ...

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Nationals continued... London but will not for the U.S. tour. Wyman was disappointed in only getting to play a few songs “It was great for five minutes because that’s about as long as they let me play.” He added, “I came off just as I was warming up and getting into it. When they asked me to go to America for two weeks to do three shows there, I said ‘For two songs? No thank you.” When asked if Mick Jagger wanted him to play with the band on a permanent basis. “I’d say ‘no.’ Thirty years was great but I’ve got better things to be doing now. That time has gone.” Ozzy Osbourne has denied rumors of a split from his wife Sharon and apologized to his family for returning to drink and drugs. Touring this year with Black Sabbath, the singer says he was in a “dark place” but has been sober for 44 days. The 64year-old Osbourne apologized for his “insane behavior”. Black Sabbath only have three U.S. reunion dates with a stop to PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, NJ on Aug 4th. The reunion tour goes along with Black Sabbath’s first album with Ozzy Osbourne since 1978. Produced by Rick Rubin, “13” is due out June 10th. Chi Cheng, bassist for Grammy-winning rock band the Deftones, died April 13th, after struggling to recover from serious injuries suffered in a car crash more than four years ago. Cheng, 42, spent years comatose, but had recently shown some signs of improvement. Cheng played on five albums with the Sacramento-based band. He was ejected from a car that collided head-on with another vehicle on Nov. 4th, 2008, in Santa Clara. Punk band Rancid have over 25 gigs for their summer tour. Singer Tim Armstrong is pulling double-duty with his other group Transplants opening the show. Transplants also feature rapper Rob Aston and Blink-182 drummer, Travis Barker. Dates include: June 19th – Silver Spring, Md., The Fillmore and June 22 – Philadelphia, Pa., Electric Factory. Chrissy Amphlett, lead singer of the Australian rock band Divinyls whose hit “I Touch Myself” brought her international fame in the early 1990s, died at her home in New York City on April 21st, she was 53 years old. “Christine Joy Amphlett succumbed to the effects of breast cancer and multiple sclerosis, diseases she vigorously fought with exceptional bravery and dignity,” her musician husband Charley Drayton said in a statement. Amphlett was renowned for her distinctive singing voice as well as edgy stage performances clad in school uniforms and fishnet stockings. My Chemical Romance have disbanded. The band issued this statement; “Being in this band for the past 12 years has been a true blessing. We’ve gotten to go places we never knew we would. We’ve been able to see and experience things we never imagined possible. We’ve shared the stage with people we admire, people we look up to, and best of all, our friends. And now, like all great things, it has come time for it to end. Thanks for all of your support, and for being part of the adventure.” UPCOMING CONCERTS: American Posse, Duncannon Tubbys May 4th. Joan Jett & Blackhearts, Bethlehem SteelStacks, May 4th. Insane Clown Posse, Lancaster Chameleon May 7th. Spacehog, Philadelphia Kung Fu Necktie May 10th. Jackyl, Duncannon Tubbys May 10th. Ocean Blue, Philadelphia Union Transfer May 11th. The Darkness, Lancaster Chameleon May 14th. The Killers, Camden, NJ Susquehanna Bank Center May 19th. Motley Crue, Bethlehem Sands Casino May 20th. Barb Wire Dolls, Reading Reverb May 22nd. Dave Matthews Band, Scranton Montage Mountain May 29th. Ocean Blue, Philadelphia World Café May 31st. Email: Erockhoff@comcast.net or facebook/Eric S. Hoffman.

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“LIVE REVIEWS” By Jim Price Mayday, mayday…Summer season is about to explode, and my calendar is rapidly filling up with numerous outdoor concerts, festivals and other special live music events. This outdoor music season is already shaping up to be a busy one! But lots of live music happened indoors in recent weeks, especially at Aldo’s. The biggest event to happen there last month was the arrival of The Reverend Horton Heat to deliver a fire-and-brimstone rockabilly and roots-rock throwdown before a packed house. “The Rev,” Jim Heath, led the way on lead vocals and classic Gretsch guitar; flanked by longtime upright bass player Jimbo Wallace and returning drummer Scott Churilla. The Reverend Horton Heat immediately brought the Aldo’s crowd to full frenzy with several of their best-known favorites early in the set, leading off with “Psychobilly Freakout,” followed by “Lonesome Train,” “Baddest of the Bad,” “It’s Martini Time” and “Jimbo Song.”

Interspersed with audio clips from classic commercials like Hai Karate aftershave, the group also broke out song favorites like “Drinkin’ and Smokin,’” “Honky Tonk Night Time Man,” “400 Bucks” and more. “The Rev” and Jimbo swapped instruments on a rendition of Chuck Berry’s “Johnny B. Goode,” honored audience requests for “Galaxie 500,” and dedicated the slow and schmaltzy “In Your Wildest Dreams” to the ladies in the house. When the crowd demanded more, the group quickly responded with a four-song encore that included a version of the Dead Kennedys’ “Holiday in Cambodia” and closed with a storming take on Johnny Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues.” Altoona’s Railroad City Murder Machines opened with a high-octane set of their original songs, and Boston’s Continental - featuring former Dropkick Murphys guitarist and founding member Rick Barton - provided the show’s middle leg with a strong set of their original roots-based rock. Aldo’s also hosted a visit by Izzy & The Catastrophics in late March. The Rik Golden Band kicked off the evening with their edgy brand of rock’n’roll. Namesake Rik on lead voice and guitar, Rick Ramsey on guitar and vocals, new bassist Steve Seymore and drummer Todd Harshbarger delivered a hard-rocking sound informed by Social Distortion and the Rolling Stones as they did original songs such as “Brown Eye

Mary,” “Jonny Leather Jacket,” the rowdy surf instrumental “Cresson Gutter Bums” and the reggae-toned “Find It.” The group also put their own spin on numbers by the Ramones, Descendents, and even a version of “Don’t Bother Me” by Rik’s former band, the Full Time Kings. Based in Brooklyn, Izzy & The Catastrophics then rocked the house with their catchy and entertaining mixture of honky-tonk, roots rock, swing, jazz, bebop and more. The former guitarist for Wayne “The Train” Hancock, namesake Izzy Zaidman gave a rowdy and playful performance as he led The Catastrophics through a wide variety of original songs and roots music covers. They did original numbers such as “24/7,” plus select material from Hank Williams, Jimmy Martin, Les Paul, Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry and more. When the audience demanded an encore, Izzy & The Catastrophics saved the best for last. After performing their playful original songs “Ay Mammi Mammi” and “Mambo on Your Grave,” drummer Nick Wight removed his small drum kit from the stage and set up shop atop the pool table in the back of the room while the group performed Hank Williams’ “My Bucket’s Got a Hole in It,” before Rick Ramsey from the Rik Golden Band joined in on harmonica for the rowdy show finisher, “I Gotta Do What I Wanna Do.” Izzy & The Catastrophics embarked on a European concert tour this month. New Jersey/NYC-area punk rock legends Electric Frankenstein headlined a triple-bill at Aldo’s last month. Altoona’s Xs For Eyes launched the night with high-velocity punk rock originals and a torrid take on “Folsom Prison Blues” to end their set. Pittsburgh fivesome The Cheats then drilled a powerful set of their thrashy punk sounds. Frontman Todd Cheat, guitarists Eric Wrecker and Mark Serpico, bassist Tito Fishmocker and drummer Aaron Judgement ripped and tore on an assortment of original songs such as “Day After Day” and “N.Y.C.,” along with a caustic update of Rose Tattoo’s “Nice Boys.” Once called “Best Punk Band in NYC” by New York Press, 20-year punk rock veterans Electric Frankenstein closed the night with their high-octane sounds. The cast of frontman/lead guitarist Steve Miller, rhythm guitarist Sal Cansonieri, bassist Mike Mindless and drummer Mike Lincoln mixed driving old-school punk rock with spit and vinegar on a blend of original anthems and jagged remakes. They did songs from their own library such as “It’s All Moving Faster,” “Action High,” “Blackout” and “Demolition,” as well as fractured takes on Black Sabbath’s “Never Say Die,” AC/DC’s “High Voltage,” and even a stab at Blondie’s “One Way or Another.” Steve was jubilant and conversational with the crowd, and Electric Frankenstein played it loose and never took themselves too seriously. When the Aldo’s crowd shouted for an encore, the group responded with their song “Sweet Baby Arrogance.” Aldo’s enabled original rock to shine early last month during a four-band showcase called Aprilgeddon. Pittsburgh-based quintet Until We Have Faces launched the night, demonstrating a hardcore-laced brand of melodic heavy metal. Singer Kim Boni’s vocal power and range played counterpoint against bassist Travis Ankeny’s angst-laden howls and snarls; Sam Phillips played keys, Dave Corkery guitar, and Ashlin continued on pg 2 1 ...

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The Professor continued... Ingram drums. Until We Have Faces introduced songs off their debut recording, including the song they recently recorded a video for, “Conquest.” Johnstown’s Blood Union then delivered a dark and melody-geared brand of heavy rock. Featuring Inside Out singer/guitarist Tim Frick, former Pivot guitarist Jay Snyder, bassist Chris Cook and former Solegion drummer Nick Tercek; Blood Union fired off volatile original assaults such as “Wicked” and “In My Blood,” displaying tenacious guitar and drum work. Armed with their new CD, “Channels”, Wellsboro’s Burden My Surrender throttled the Aldo’s crowd with their intense brand of modern rock. Singer Britney Johnson displayed an uncompromising vocal style; her voice escalating in intensity as songs erupted into full-bodied heavy-rocking thunderstorms. Flanked by guitarists Mat Marsiglio and Dale Schoonover, bassist Kyle Linscott and drummer Brad Buffington, Britney fronted Burden My Surrender on such original tirades from the CD as “A Mind Invasion,” “One to Blame” and more. Lies, Inc. then finished the night with progressiveleaning, female-fronted modern rock. Singer Lily Taylor, guitarist Nate Nagle, bassist Kent Tonkin and drummer Ron Brode introduced several new songs such as “Mommy Dearest” and “Over and Easy,” along with established original song favorites like “Invertigo,” “Waking the Misery” and others. Lily’s vocal power and range, coupled with Kent’s, Nate’s and Ron’s instrumental precision and tight arrangements, commanded attention from the Aldo’s audience and kept people riveted. All four bands presented distinct hard-rocking styles and sounds, resulting in a compelling showcase of original music from start to end. Pittsburgh-based guitar shredder, Xander Demos and his band visited Aldo’s stage last month. The former guitarist for Stronghold (who graced Aldo’s stage a decade ago), Xander and his band - singer Mario Brescia, drummer Jeff Anzelone, keyboardist Adam Heuesy and bassist Ben Chiarini - introduced a sound rooted in classic 1980s-era heavy metal of the Yngwie Malmsteen/Gary Moore variety. Xander’s fluid and rapid fire guitar work was front and center as he and the group fired through original song compositions such as “Closer,” “Dancing Through,” and an update of a former Stronghold original, “Under a Darkened Sky.” Xander and his band also tackled Yngwie Malmsteen’s “Rising Force,” and did impressive renditions of Iron Maiden’s “The Trooper” and Judas Priest’s “Painkiller.” Opening the show was Left For Dead, recently emerging from the remnants of the former Aunt Lisa’s Bone. Singer R.J. Payne, guitarists Rich Johnson and Denny Yon, bassist/singer Bill Nusom and drummer Dave Russell pounded out loud and proud rocking favorites from the ‘90s to present; including numbers from Foo Fighters, Creed, Fuel, Velvet Revolver, Metallica, Collective Soul and more. Held in remembrance of popular Altoona area guitarist Jeff Wallack and raising money toward a scholarship fund in his name, the 9th annual Jeff Wallack Memorial Show happened last month at Pellegrine’s, and again it provided a night of special performances and memories. Opening the show was “The Sunday night Hurricanes” - the roster of Felix & the Hurricanes that regularly plays Sunday nights at Shaw’s in Juniata. Singer Steve Oswalt, bassist Joe George and drummer Bob Watters all played alongside Jeff in Rapid Fire during the late ‘80s; and with Felix Kos providing the guitar work, this edition of the Hurricanes fired through hardrocking classics from Foghat, Thin Lizzy, Blue Oyster Cult and Black Sabbath, along with continued on pg. 2 2 ...

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The Professor continued... versions of Dobie Gray’s “Drift Away” and Bruce Springsteen’s “Born to Run.” Next, Half Tempted’s set began with a bit of a surprise, as bassist “Big Jim” Ricotta donned a beat-up acoustic guitar - the “first guitar” he ever owned - and began crooning “The Riddle Song.” This turned into a recreation of the frat party acoustic guitar scene from the movie Animal House, as NailDriver guitarist Scott Botteicher stepped onto the stage, grabbed and smashed the guitar John Belushi-style. (You can watch this on YouTube!) A shocked Jim, singer/guitarist Ron Dalansky and drummer Kevin Siegel then launched into AC/DC’s “Dirty Deeds (Done Dirt Cheap)”, triggering a set of classic rock favorites from Cheap Trick, Kiss, Free, Black Sabbath and more. Half Tempted’s set closed with a surprise as well, as Rick Wertz joined the group onstage to help sing Wild Cherry’s “Play That Funk Music.” Kevin remained onstage as his other band, NailDriver, then tore into a set of all-out original heavy metal. Kevin, Scott, singer Matt Watson, guitarist Todd Dale and bassist Scott Bush slammed scathing assaults such as “The Enemy,” “Hypocrite Anthem” and “Within an Inch,” as well as a torrid take on Iron Maiden’s “The Trooper.” Steve Oswalt and Joe George then returned to the stage to reconvene another of Jeff’s former bands, Shattered China, along with guitarist Greg Turchetta, keyboardist Phil Steele and drummer Scott Everhart. While serving up complimentary hot dogs in front of the stage (a highlight of Shattered China shows while Jeff was in the band, he believed in feeding the people), Shattered China performed an impressive song list that included a scorching take on Deep Purple’s “Burn,” Elton John’s expansive classic “Funeral for A Friend,” songs by Black Sabbath and Judas Priest, plus a resurrection of the obscure Riot classic “Overdrive.” Next was the most anticipated highlight of this year’s Jeff Wallack Memorial Show, as Altoona dance favorites Xeno reunited onstage for the first time in nearly a quarter century. Singer Paula Glunt, singer/guitarist Rick Wertz, bassist Randy Rutherford, keyboardist/singer Fran Hite and drummer Beau Saller were joined by guest sax player Bob Scholl as they performed a set of classic funk, pop, rock and dance favorites. Xeno quickly filled the dance floor with favorites from their heyday such as Cameo’s “Word Up,” Roxette’s “The Look,” Jody Watley’s “Looking for a New Love,” Morris Day & the Time’s “Jungle Love” and more. The night-ending set by the reunited Rapid Fire turned into a bit of a heavy metal jam session, as Steve, Joe, Bob, plus John Scarfone and Rich Piccerillo on guitars celebrated ‘70s and ‘80s-era rock and metal classics. Rapid Fire broke out versions of Def Leppard’s “Wasted,” Iron Maiden’s “Running Free,” songs by the Guess Who, Deep Purple and more. Inspired by this special occasion, Rich delivered an all-out guitar shredding clinic throughout the set, dropping jaws to the floor with his solo work. Guest Ron Dalansky joined in toward night’s end to help sing on the Judas Priest arrangments of “Green Manalishi” and “Diamonds and Rust.” The Jeff Wallack Memorial Jam again raised several thousand dollars toward the Jeff Wallack Memorial Scholarship Fund, helping out area high school students who intend to pursue music or art degrees after graduation. As part of their American tour in late March, Ireland’s Screaming Orphans played a series of shows at Penn State branch campuses, including Penn State Altoona’s Slep Center. Four singing sisters comprise the Screaming Orphans; Joan Diver on drums, Angela Diver on bass and violin, Grainne Diver on guitar, and Marie Therese on keys and accordion. The sisters blended elements of traditional and modern Irish folk, rock and pop on a variety of original compositions and covers. During the portion of their show I witnessed, the Screaming Orphans introduced a new original called “City Lights” which will be on their forthcoming album, and performed their adaptations of Irish-themed favorites like the Proclaimers “(I’m Gonna Be) 500 Miles,” “Whiskey in the Jar” and Steve Earle’s “Galway Girl.” Their presentation was pleasant and upbeat, featuring bright harmonies and a constant sense of humor. The Screaming Orphans play throughout the United States and Ireland over the next few months, and will appear at the Penn-Mar Irish Festival near York in June, and the Pittsburgh Irish Festival in September. Another group that features beautiful and captivating sisterly vocal harmonies is Pittsburgh’s Rising Regina, who I finally had a chance to hear for the first time last month at Northern Cambria’s City Hotel. Sisters Jessica and Kiki Young first started the group in 2007; joining them currently are multiinstrumentalist Rich Kulbacki, bassist/upright bassist Phil continued on pg. 2 3 ...

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The Professor continued... Vaughan’s “Cold Shot,” the Rolling Stones’ “The Last Time” and more. Later in the show, Biscuit Jam’s Nate Cutshall added his harmonica to Maxwell Strait’s version of “Wagon Wheel.” As the night progressed, the Phyrst crowd became more jubilant and got their groove on in front of the stage, and by night’s end, another rowdy Maxwell Strait party was in the books. I came away reassured that whatever line-up takes the stage in their name, Maxwell Strait reliably brings an excellent, flavorful show. See them every Thursday at the Phyrst. For a fresh classic rock and blues experience, Stormy is a name to look out for. During last month’s show at Altoona’s Family Pizza & Pub, Stormy - singer Mark Montrella, guitarist Peter Wolf, keyboardist Charlie Leiden and drummer Bill Hocherl - performed an interesting slate of classics,

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including many not normally heard on area live stages. Among highlights this night were a hybrid version of “Layla” that paired the Eric Clapton acoustic first half with the Derek & the Dominoes second half, with Charlie’s sparkling piano work providing the colorful homestretch; Stormy’s surging spin on Traffic’s “Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys,” renditions of Al Stewart’s “Year of the Cat,” Procol Harum’s “Whiter Shade of Pale” and more. The performances are tasteful and precise, and you can tell that these musicians thoroughly enjoy the musical turf in which they dwell. Stormy brings their distinctive classic rock and blues presentation to Altoona’s Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art for their “Blue Monday” event May 20th. Two contests have been keeping area acoustic musicians and groups busy in recent weeks. Northern Cambria’s City Hotel is again presenting their 4th Annual Battle Of the Acoustics competition, as acoustic performers put their best sounds forward to win audience votes and win a grand prize. Two acts from each preliminary night advanced to the semifinals. At press time, the semifinal rounds had concluded, with Paul Hoover, Brooks & Brindie, Punk Fiction, 2nd Street, Blindsighted, Tuckey & Rooster, Born & the Beanstalk and R&R Acoustics all advancing to the finals on May 1st. Meanwhile, Pellegrine’s is staging their first-ever Acoustic Contest on successive Tuesday nights. Eighteen hopeful artists and performers started out, with audience votes eliminating two contestants during each round. At press time, ten acts survived and advanced into the quarterfinal rounds: Mike “Scooby” Rubbe, Left For Dead, Jumpin’ Rob, Phil Baskin, John Wolf, EVK, The Backyard Rockers, Cousin Mike, Colton Fouse, and Tuckey & Rooster.

Other groups and performers I witnessed recently included two tune-ups from bands you will be seeing on stage very soon; 7th Gear, with new frontlady Ashlee Thompson (ex-Silver Sunday/Splink) during their informal dress rehearsal performance at Pellegrine’s and Skye 2.0, a new mach edition of a 1970s-era Altoona progressive rock force, also at Pellegrine’s. I also saw Tom Yannitelli’s April acoustic performance at Patton’s Thirsty Dawg Taverne, during which he was joined by guests Craig Fitzpatrick and Dale Nitti; Flight 19 at the 4D’s Lounge last month, two thirds of Triple

Screaming Orphans by Jim Price Threat at Pellegrine’s in late March, as bassist Bill Hunter recuperates from a recent heart attack. News & Notes: Pure Cane Sugar, Jerry Haines, Jay Smar, Your Dad’s Friends, Tree, The Hawks Blues Band, Flight 19 and Jordan White are among the musical entertainers at the 46th Annual Blair County Arts Festival, happening May 1819 at Penn State Altoona. A new album paying tribute to Patrick Halloran, singer for Pittsburgh Celtic-rock group Ceann who died in a 2011 traffic accident, has been completed; organized by brother/bandmate Brian Halloran, “The Legend of Handsome Pat” features songs that Pat wrote, performed by Scythian, Icewagon Flu, The Fighting Jamesons, The Havers, Paul Tabachneck, Cruel Seamus, The Hang Lows, the remaining members of Ceann and more. The Big Time has issued their new CD, called “Dreamers and Believers”. Monster Track Supergroup releases their new CD this month. Limb By Limb has signed with indie label Born of Chaos Records, and will release their first CD, “The End Of All Good Things”, on June 1st. Guitarist Adam Becker has parted ways with Ganister to devote more time to career and family. Austin Wolf has taken over guitar duties in Giornesto, replacing Ray Anthony. Happy Birthdays to Bill Nusom (Left For Dead), Ron Dalansky (Half Tempted), John Charney (The Chi/Wine Of Nails), Beau Saller (R2B2), Paul Miller (Driving Sideways), Scott Walk (Screamin’ Ugly), Denny Pompa (Jerry’s Fault), Greg Larrimore (The Sitch), Pat McGinnis, Chris Silva (Screamin’ Ugly), Jerry Carnicella (White Shadow), Chris Whitmer, Dave Skipper (The Insomniacs), Ray Buksa, Mike Gambardella (Chris Woodward & ShinDiggin’), Paul Patterson (Good Seeds), Steve Arnold (The Nightcrawlers), K.C. Seidel, Frankie Lyxx (Sunset Strip), Mike Wise (Emily’s Toybox), Priscilla the Tambourine Lady, Ronnie Sheirer (F.B.I.), Ty Ayers, Mitch Neuder (Shallow 9), Deb Demko, Harry Young (White Shadow), Joe George (Half Tempted), Erek Kapusta (Nightcrawlers), Mike Kensinger, Beth Helsel (Rhythm Sharks), Randy Rutherford (Flood City Brass), Dan Vavrek (Yum), Steve Shutt and Les Beatty (This Albatross). Please send correspondence and recordings to: Jim Price, 1104 S. Catherine St., Altoona, PA 16602. You can also e-mail me profjp@rocky1049.com. For my weekly updates on area music scene happenings, check out JP’s Corner on the Rockpage forums area at www.rockpage.net, and if you’re into social networking, look me up on Facebook or Google+. SUPPORT LOCAL MUSIC!

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SANE ADVICE By John Kerecz

Spring is upon us and there will soon be more opportunities available to get out and play your music. Just the fact that it is spring makes you feel more motivated and be more productive, but be careful in this day and age everywhere you look there are people calling themselves “life coaches” telling you they can help you with this. They will tell you, that to determine what you want out of life, you need to visualize your success, and to achieve your destiny? Everywhere there’s the message that, for your life to work, you must have a plan and that to be able to come up with the proper plan you need to buy the book, or sign up for the class. Thousands of mentors are also available to give you the benefit of good counsel. What bothers me about this are my feelings that people are becoming busier setting goals and making plans than in living their lives, and experiencing what they need to be a true artist. I am not saying we should live only in the moment, like there is no tomorrow. I am saying we should all live today fully, and always remember your family and loved ones. It is a fine and good thing to have a mission, an overall idea of how you want to live and where you want to go with your life and musical career. Just don’t let the planning take precedence over experiencing it. Having something to look forward to is a wonderful feeling, but so is living your life and having great adventures to write about in your songs. Don’t just have a plan, have an adventure of a life time, that you and others after you will write and sing about.

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Across the Desk continued.... Dave Nott on guitar amazes me. It’s hard to explain the vibe that was there, all I can say is there was no pressure it was just a lot of love being generated there. Special thanks to Matt for providing the venue and sound for us. THANKS MATT!! That same vibe of love happened at the first Fight for Our Forum as well. Sometimes when you work behind the scenes you just get to feeling like, does it really matter? You hear snippets of negative comments and such and then you go to something like these events and it’s like wow, that was cool and you get excited for your craft again. That’s what live music, in most instances, does for people. That’s why so many clubs, concerts and events are well attended. We need each other, we need to interact with each other and live music gives us a reason to get together and interact. Facebook is nice, it let’s you know you should have gotten off your computer and gone to a show. Speaking of getting together and doing good for your community, there’s several benefits happening in May, most of them on the weekend of the 17th and 18th. You’ll have to take your pick at which one you want to go to, or maybe you can take up the challenge and see how many different shows you can do in one weekend (Jim Price does that all the time). Lifting Little Lives is a ROAST & RUN FOR LITTLE ONES, the proceeds from this event goes to help local ill and disabled children. Bands featured for this event include: Tongue ‘N’ Cheek, Sucker Punch, and Small Town Titans. If you’re into camping and live music and eating great food you can do all three at this event . You can check out the details on page 17. On Saturday, the 18th is the Rockin ‘N Ridin’ for Recovery. This event is for the Wounded Warrior Project and takes place at Fort Indiantown Gap Community Center. Music this evening will be provided by Kat & the Madd Dogz, Exit 22, Wired, and Bad Wrench featuring Steve Creter. Steve Creter’s name brings back memories. When Whitey and I moved to Annville back in 1972, Whitey met Steve in downtown Annville. Steve had a guitar with him and Whitey invited him up to jam. They eventually did a duo for a short time and Steve is still performing live and Praise God Whitey is still teaching and singing! So many clubs are providing excellent shows throughout the state as well. You all are going to have some tough choices this month on where you want to spend your entertainment dollars. Jackyl is at Tubby’s and you best get your tickets early as they will have to close their doors once they reach capacity. Back In Black returns to Tubby’s the following night and coming soon is Molly Hatchet. Todd the new manager for The Ritz On Main is bringing in

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quality entertainment as well. They have a great couple of months coming up including their first Original Music Night on June 21st. This will include Jett Prescott an up and coming singer/songwriter who has just released his first EP. , Smashbox Symphony a great band that includes John West of Vanessa fame as well as members of the band FaceDancer, and also on the bill that night is King Friday which contains members of the band “Cracked The Sky”. More information about all the bands can be found on the Ritz On Main website www.TheRitzONMain.com The Battle of the Bands is going well at The Ritz On Main. They just finished their 3rd preliminary Battle and the winners so far have beenz; Februayr -Crossfire, a tight blues rock band with a great guitarist reminiscent of Stevie Ray Vaughn. They played a perfect version of Peter Frampton’s “do You Feel Like We Do” complete with talk box to clench the win. MarchBlackout a band of youngsters with an amazing female drummer and two great guitarists up front that played “Hot for Teacher” and “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” to unanimously win the night. April- Thing 3 from York won with an energetic set that combined audio visuals and a set list that had everyone dancing and enjoying the night. Dan Reed will be performing Thursday, May 23rd along with Sandy Hall and Sofia Nicole. Dan has had an interesting life and was on tour with the Rolling Stones at one time and a host of others. He managaed a record company and a highly successful night club in Portland Oregon in his journey. Dan now lives in Paris, where he has created the new label ‘ZERO ONE’ where his debut solo album will be released, as well as many other artist will be represented. With ‘Coming Up For Air’ Dan presents a group of songs that mirror his life journey and the search for that elusive deeper resonance we all hunger for at some point in our lives. With songs composed from Hong Kong to New Delhi, Jerusalem to London, he has come full circle to do what he has always done best- create and to perform to all who will listen. For more information, his life story and musical search, including tour dates, sound clips and contact information, please visit www.danreed.com. It continues to astound me at how many people there are who are involved in the music industry throughout Pennsylvania. So many people promoting and hosting shows. People are writing new songs everyday and recording them at home and in studios, Posting them on you tube and continue to work on their music. Whitey has several students now who have the desire to some day perform for a living and some learning in their later years because it’s on their ‘bucket list’ to learn an instrument. We are here to give you an avenue to promote your talent. The only way for us to survive is by your continued support with your ad dollars. It’s a win, win situation for both of us when you place an ad in the PA Musician Magazine; it helps us to keep putting out the paper and in turn we let over 12,000 plus people know that you are a professional musician. Let’s work together to make the Pennsylvania music scene thrive. Have a great month and remember to love one another and to treat each other as you want to be treated, it goes a long way.

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DRUM LESSONS -Are you looking for more groove, more solid playing . I’m located in Auburn, PA. I’m accepting students in my home/studio. Ask for Brandon 570-640-3996. 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 repairs and have a variety of lessons available. WANTED:Vintage guitars, basses, amps, banjos, etc. Fender, Gibson, Martin, Rickenbacker, Gretsch, etc. Top dollar paid! Call Player’s Exchange at 717-975-2385 or stop by and see us at 225 S. Third St. Lemoyne, PA. Email: bslotus@aol.com.

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EQUIPMENT FOR SALE FOR SALE: Tama Rock Star classic drum kit, 24” floor bass rack Toms 10/12/13”, cow Ball Bar, chimes Tama seat padded carring cases, roll along equipment case, $1000. Phone 717-512-3155 or 717-

275-7363. FOR SALE: Guitar amp, Traynor Studio Mate tube amp with four 8” speakers. Has 3 inputs, tremolo & reverb controls & footswitch input , $90. Call 717-790-3884. FOR SALE: Pair of speaker stands. Mainline, block, like new condition, $24. Call 717790-3884. FOR SALE: Two 12 in. alnico (red) tone tubbie guitar speakers in a convertible (open or closed back) cab. new cond $450.00 717932-2370. FOR SALE: Small stage/riser

for corner of room. Extremely sturdy. Perfect for entertainers in barrooms or studio etc. 610488-0914 FOR SALE: Multitrack recorders. Tascam. (3) DA88’s, (1) DA-38 and (1) RC848. Includes sync cables w/balanced snakes, rack cases and remote control stand. Leave message. 610-4880914. FOR SALE: Lexicon MRC w/LXP-5. Yamaha SPX 900. Ensoniq DP/4. Drawmer 1960. ASR-10 sampling keyboard w/many extras. Leave message 610-488-0914. continued on next page ...

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WANTED TO BUY: Piano sheet music. Call 717-2504798. DRUM LESSONS: Former Green Eggs band drummer now accepting students for lessons at Camp Hill home. 20 years live and studio professional,, practical experience. Beginner on up. Stand out from the crowd, be your best for your band, the music and you! Call Doug Black at 717-571-8896.

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FOR SALE: Hammond Proline 860 Leslie, With foot pre-amp and leslie 11 pin cable, All in great condition! $700.00 Phone 717-248-8739 Email: superstarr@hotshot.com

FOR SALE: NEUMANN U87 Ai microphone, silver. Includes shockmount, original cable and Atlas heavy duty boom mic stand with 2-lb. counterweight, triangular base and casters. Excellent FOR SALE: Peavey LB1200 condition. 610-488-0914. par 64 midi and dmx

controled lights with gels, 2 bars with 4 lights each. work great $300 Ph. 717-248-8739 email: superstarr@hotshot.com FOR SALE: Compressor/limiters. Aphex Dominator II, DBX 266XL, Drawmer 1960 tube. Leave message. 610-488-0914. FOR SALE: Microphones. (2) AKG C-391’s. (2) AKG D112’s. (3) Sennheiser MD 421’s (4) Shure SM-57’s. All mics include clips and cables. Leave message. 610-4880914.

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singer for established classic, modern rock variety band, with vocal harmony capability, dedicated, open minded. Practice weekly. Equipment, transportation required. Reading, Berks area. Call 610-451-3824. WA N T E D : Established modern, classic rock dance variety band looking for good solid drummer with good attitude, availability. Practice weekly. Transportation, gear required. Reading, Berks County area. Phone 610-4513824. WANTED: Harrisburg area trio seeks weekend guitarist to fill slot for rythum and leads as needed to our arrangment. Looking at dozen song list to start. Call 717-939-1383. WANTED: Harrisburg trio rehearsal’s weekends.

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Looking for keyboard player. Doing older covers. Focused on small set to start. Local players, let’s be real, some restrictions apply. Call 717939-1383.

Rock band covering 70’s to today. I do all guitars & v o c a l s . C o n t a c t Alex, aruca@comcast.net

WANTED: Amish on Acid punk/grindcore to try out drummers, main influence, A.C. Pig Destroyer. Call Call 717-413-0246 or 717-5171243.

WANTED: Drummer wanted with good vocal ability & strong attention to detail for forming Rock/Hard Rock band covering 70’s to today. I do all guitars & vocals. C o n t a c t Alex, aruca@comcast.net

WANTED: Pro Lead singer with wide range wanted to form Rock/Hard Rock band covering 70’s to today. Check me out on face book, Aruca/330750119276. I do all guitars & vocals. Contact Alex, aruca@comcast.net

WANTED: “Brokin Cyrcle is seeking an energetic singer with rhythm guitar experience for classic/modern rock covers. Contact Cozmo at brokincyrcle@hotmail.com.”

WANTED: Bass player wanted with good vocal ability & strong attention to detail for forming Rock/Hard

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WANTED: Seeking Bassist We are a singer,guitarist and drummer seeking bassist to complete classic 80s cover band, Harrisburg/ Lebanon area, must be serious and dedicated, contact us the_80s_singer_guy@hotmai l.com WANTED: Guitarist with lead vocal ability. Band with a full schedule playing both Covers and Original material looking for: Guitar Player with some Lead Vocal ability! Easy to work with and

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professional attitude. Able to learn material and selected songs on your own. Reliable transportation and professional gear. Age: 21-34. Kindly let us know the details of your performance experience, contact information and links to your facebook or other sites. Email: dmusic101@gmail.com for more information.

guitar/vocal, keyboard/vocal, horn player to interpret & improvise the music of James Brown, P. Funk, Jimi, Stevie Wonder and what ever you bring to the the table. For more info, call Mike at 570-7884848 or Paul at 570-301-9876.

WANTED: Country Music band looking acoustic, fiddle, bass, drums, electric guitar influenced Travis Tritt, Dwight WANTED: Drummer, Keys, Yoakam, Marty Stuart, Garth 2nd Lead guitarist for R & R Brooks, Brooks & Dunn, band. 717-855-4534. McGraw, Moore, Aldean. Serious minded only call 717WANTED: Electric Soul, 770-9621. Funk project looking for

WANTED: 50 year old guitarist from Harrisburg playing material, most can’t or don’t want to learn. Have all equipment for all to use at my home studio arrangment. Call 717-939-1383.

rock working band looking for lead singer with vocal harmony capability. Must be open-minded. Practic weekly. Transportation gear required. Reading, Berks area. Call 610451-3824.

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CLASSIFIEDS continued... most serious of bands but we do have skills that we would like to showcase here and there once we’re tight. (Which won’t be long.) All of us are 40+ years old and have lots experience, pro gear and a place to jam. Interested give me a call. Victor at 717-9033 1 5 5 o r divinemizery@gmail.com.

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WANTED: Hugh Jass is looking for a guitarist and bass player in the York area. Influences include Creed, Godsmack, Seether, and Staind. Call 717-887-5567.

WANTED: Lead/rythym for working modernized-classic to modern rock band “One Foot In” chops, experience, vocals? Carlisle practice, WANTED: StarChild - Power working, gigs booked. Idol, drummer with great timing. Godsmack, Priest, more.Call PAID rehearsals, PAID gigs. Mike 717-440-6857. Drumkit provided. Experienced and professional WANTED: Bassist needed for only. Call Famous Cuts 717- Modern Hard Rock / Metal 761-5050 ask for Jerry. band, playing covers and originals, based in WANTED: Drummer, classic Shrewsbury, PA. Contact by rock,rock band, Shikellamy e-mail area, seeks you. 70’s,80’s & halftrackband@yahoo.com. 90’s music, we have drum kit. Call 570-988-0623. WANTED: Band looking

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WANTED: Musicians to form a all in one cover, Hagar/Roth Tribute & Original Band in Norristown, PA. 610-2903 4 9 2 o r reditude2005@yahoo.com. WANTED: Guitar & drum techs for Hershey based band, WARRIOR RUN. Contact Alex at aruca@comcast.net.

MUSICIANS AVAILABLE AVAILABLE: Singer looking for guitar player for acoustic duo, anything from A to Z, will try anything. Lots of experience and range. If interested, call Kevin, 717258-8719. AVAILABLE: Bassist/vocalist from Clinton County looking for a band.

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for competent bass player, with gear, for metal cover band. We currently cover a lot of the big 4 and also include songs from Suicidal Tendencies and Overkill. Harrisburg area. Interested? Contact Vi c t o r @ divinemizery@gmail.com or call 717-903-3155.

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Rock, Blues, Country, I’ve played it all. 58 years old. Professional equipment and attitude. Email, planetmark18@hotmail.com AVAILABLE: Waynesboro, PA Guitarist searching for others to create Extreme Metal Band. Influences: Deicide, Kreator, Slayer, Mayhem. About 40 originals written. Contact cotternunan@yahoo.com AVAILABLE: 50 year old guitarist looking for either or combination of me coming to you or you coming to me, I’m flexable. Have rehearsal room equipment for all. Call 717939-1383. AVAILABLE: State College guitarist looking for musicians for home studio project etc. Tool influenced. Call Justice 410-353-3425 justicewelsh@msn.com. AVAILABLE: Vocalist/guitarist looking for gigs or a band. Classic rock, folk and blues. Play covers and originals. Email me at dylantavery@gmail.com. AVAILABLE: Violin/Fiddle player, lives in central PA, interested in playing with others. Contact 717-579-5869

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