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10:15pm

Craig Greenberg
    Thursday April 26, 2012 10:15pm - 10:45pm @ Lancaster Dispensing Company (33-35 North Market St. Lancaster, PA 17603)

     

    Free to Badge Holders/Weekend Wristbands | $3 without Badge or Wristband 

    Craig has been called this generation's "troubadour piano man" (Jambands.com, Jan 2011), combining the pop sensibilities and greatly skilled musicianship of Billy Joel and Ben Folds, with the lyrical smarts of Randy Newman.  His voice brims with soul and personality, coming from his strong native New Yorker identity, and also from his experience getting his start while living abroad, performing in the bars and on the streets of Chile and Spain from 2001 to 2003.  Since moving back to his home city in 2004, Craig has been a mainstay on the downtown and Brooklyn music scene, and as well has toured nationally and internationally.

    Craig's songs, in content and feel, run the gamut from light-hearted and tongue and cheek, to quite dark and edgy.  It's his range as a songwriter that sets him apart.


    Type Music
    Genre Pop
    Tags 21+


 
 

5:30pm

Darling Parade

6:00pm

Angela Sheik

7:00pm

Dana Alexandra

7:30pm

Jackie Cassatt

8:00pm

Darry Miller and The Veil

     

    Free to Badge Holders and Friday/Weekend Wristbands | $10 without Badge or Wristband

    From an early age, Darry Miller’s life has been filled with music. His mom took him to his dad’s gigs as a baby and when he got his first drum set at three, he showed an intuitive ability to play. It wasn’t long before he was sitting in with the band, cutting his teeth on rock and roll.

    As he got older, he began playing around with digital recording equipment and spent his formative years alone in the basement with it, experimenting with the layering of sounds, tones, harmonies and beats, igniting a true passion for music and an understanding of how powerful it can be.

    The solitude Darry found in his basement while recording those first songs lent an intimacy to his lyrics then that he carries through to his songs today. Trying to understand life, love, loss and ambitions are a constant theme and are easily related to by his growing fan base. That fan base started when he passed some demos around to his friends at school and continues to expand as more people are turned on to his unique combination of pop, funk, blues and Americana.

    In 2009, Darry signed with the independent label Ripple Creative Records and now tours with several very talented band members: Mike Elliot, Alan Greiner, Dylan Madar, and Derek Jenkins.  After many long ours writing and recording Darry released his first EP Green under Ripple Creative Records in March 2010.

    Since that time, Darry Miller and The Veil has been playing shows all over the North East, multiplying there fan base with each and every show.  The band recorded 3 killer new songs in mid 2011, that have already been released, and can be heard LIVE at a show near you!  Once Darry’s vocals reach the tip of your ear drums, you will understand the buzz about how this is just the beginning to an amazing musical career for Darry Miller and The Veil.


    Type Music
    Genre Pop


8:15pm

Lizbeth Rose

8:30pm

Kingsfoil
    Friday April 27, 2012 8:30pm - 9:00pm @ Marion Court (7 Marion Court, Lancaster, PA 17602)

     

    Free to Badge Holders and Friday/Weekend Wristbands | $3 without Badge or Wristband

    Central PA musical artist Kingsfoil focuses on finding ways to capture the emotional nuances of life through catchy lyrics and interesting music. Since hitting the music scene in 2007 with their debut EP “Bear in the Attic”, the indie pop rock band has shared dates with many national artists including The Goo Goo Dolls, Stone Temple Pilots, OAR, The Neon Trees, Far East Movement, Parachute, We The Kings, Creed, Anberlin, The Ting Tings, Chiddy Bang, and Lovedrug. Now riding on a Summer 2010 release of their critically acclaimed self-released LP “On Our Own Together,” the band continues to show they have a unique but enjoyable sound. Support from world renowned Philadelphia radio station 88.5 WXPN has helped the band dive headlong into conquering the mid-Atlantic region and beyond with energetic live performances and their signature songwriting. Kingsfoil frontman Jordan Davis’ strong vocals soar above carefully crafted arrangements by bandmates Tristan Martin (guitar, keys), Tim Warren (bass), and Frankie Muniz (drums). As their recent feature in Beatweek Magazine pointed out, “each new endeavor the Kingsfoil boys take on seems to make them increasingly popular and marketable.” At the very least they’re trying to make great music and have fun.


    Type Music
    Genre Pop
    Tags 21+


8:30pm

Lunic
    Friday April 27, 2012 8:30pm - 9:00pm @ Mosaic (225 West Orange Street Lancaster, PA 17603)

     

    Free to Badge Holders and Friday/Weekend Wristbands | $10 without Badge or Wristband

    Lunic is the music of songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Kaitee Page accompanied by electric midi violinist Megan Berson and oftentimes a live drummer. 

    Lunic's recent work is a blend of dark ethereal synthpop and dancy electronic indie similar to Metric, The xx, The Kills, Ladytron, or Garbage. Instead of arranging the songs with typical instrumentation, Page uses a unique combination of real + virtual instruments, pedals, effects, & MIDI to carefully concoct the sounds for each song. 

    Lunic's debut album, Lovethief, was released May 2009. Lovethief was funded completely by Lunic fans around the world via crowd-sourcing website, Sellaband.com. Lunic has toured the US, UK, & Canada and have shared the stage with artists such as Moby, Creed, Company of Thieves, Bell X1, Dredg, Robert Francis, & Meiko.


    Type Music
    Genre Indie, Pop
    Tags All Ages


9:00pm

Molly Moore

9:00pm

Tarra Layne
    Friday April 27, 2012 9:00pm - 9:30pm @ Marion Court (7 Marion Court, Lancaster, PA 17602)

     

    Free to Badge Holders and Friday/Weekend Wristbands | $3 without Badge or Wristband

    Tarra Layne's pre-released single and video, “Beautiful Day”, has created notable chatter. It’s laid-back, summer-lovin’ groove makes you wanna kick 'em up and throw one back.  The soulful singer's self-titled debut was released November 2011.

    Since returning home from Music City in late 2010, life has been more than kind to the Pittsburgh, PA native. Tarra Layne is building quite the following, making bold moves, and the future is looking mighty bright for the singer. While settling into her return, The Pittsburgh Tribune Review followed her, cameras in hand, documenting The Life of a Struggling Artist.  She swooned the listeners of Froggy 95 last summer in the Rocket to the Stars Contest and opened for up and coming country artist, DJ Miller.  She was also broadcast on 93.7 The Fan, working a rendition of Zeppelin tune, “Rock ‘n Roll”.  The feature earned her a spot gracing the cover of Smokescreen Magazine for a special music edition in October.  She recently competed in the Sing Off! at the Consol Energy Center and victored valiantly, before celebrities Kym Johnson of “Dancing With The Stars” and football prodigy Jerome Bettis hit the stage.

    The redhead is on fire and is gearing up to catch any challenge that is thrown her way. At this pace, Tarra Layne may just be the new broad bringing back pop-rock 'n roll-soul with sass.

     


    Type Music
    Genre Pop
    Tags 21+


9:30pm

Leah Burkey

     

    Free to Badge Holders and Friday/Weekend Wristbands | $3 without Badge or Wristband

    Leah Burkey is 14 years old and from York, PA. This year Leah will be an 8th Grade student in PA Agora K12 Cyber School so that she can pursue a career in Music.

    She is a modern singer/songwriter focusing on Pop/Country Crossover music. She plays acoustic guitar and performs as a single artist or with her acoustic band. Leah performs original songs along with a variety of modern pop/country music by various artists including Katy Perry, Colbie Caillat, Lady GaGa and Taylor Swift. 

    Although young, Leah has performed over 300 shows in the past 3 years all over her home state of PA and all the way to Nashville, TN. She has opened for acts such as Ronnie McDowell, Aaron Tippin, Sammy Kershaw, Joe Diffie and Frankie Ballard. Leah has performed in Nashville at the Famous Nashville Palace, Listening Room, Blue Bird, Hard Rock Café and The Commodore Grille where she returns regularly as a booked artist. 


    Type Music
    Genre Pop
    Tags 21+


10:00pm

Adam Taylor

     

    Free to Badge Holders and Friday/Weekend Wristbands | $10 without Badge or Wristband

    As a young adult in Lancaster, PA, Taylor watched his older brother, Chad Taylor, tour the world as one of the founding members of LIVE. "Not every musician gets a mentor that has sold 25 million records. I get wonderful advice," says Adam of his rock and roll predecessor. “ The first day into recording No Poet, we decided that “Oliver” needed a bridge. Chad's an amazing producer, partly because he has been produced by some of the greats in the past. He used this trick that he learned from Jerry Harrison [of Talking Heads]. Chad's thought process was, ‘If I pressure Adam, like an engine he'll explode with a genius idea that stuns us all.’” The pressure culminated in Adam making an inflammatory comment he knew would insult Chad. Of course, in Taylor family fashion, he punched Adam in the face.

    Yet the younger Taylor has no reason to feel lost in his brother’s large shadow. Citing inspirations from Tom Waits to Saul Williams, Taylor’s old-school soul can be felt through his visually quirky, socially conscious lyrics and ragtime-inspired folk-pop. “It’s so easy to be a poet, and so hard to be a man.” The poetry of Charles Bukowski means more to Adam Taylor than scribbles on paper; it is the inspiration to his literate, fist-in-the-air debut, No Poet.

     


    Type Music
    Genre Pop


10:15pm

Craig Greenberg
    Friday April 27, 2012 10:15pm - 10:45pm @ The Taproom (25 West King St. Lancaster, PA 17603)

     

    Free to Badge Holders and Saturday/Weekend Wristbands | $3 without Badge or Wristband

    Craig has been called this generation's "troubadour piano man" (Jambands.com, Jan 2011), combining the pop sensibilities and greatly skilled musicianship of Billy Joel and Ben Folds, with the lyrical smarts of Randy Newman.  His voice brims with soul and personality, coming from his strong native New Yorker identity, and also from his experience getting his start while living abroad, performing in the bars and on the streets of Chile and Spain from 2001 to 2003.  Since moving back to his home city in 2004, Craig has been a mainstay on the downtown and Brooklyn music scene, and as well has toured nationally and internationally.

    Craig's songs, in content and feel, run the gamut from light-hearted and tongue and cheek, to quite dark and edgy.  It's his range as a songwriter that sets him apart.


    Type Music
    Genre Pop
    Tags 21+


 
 

6:15pm

Kurt Scobie
    Saturday April 28, 2012 6:15pm - 6:45pm @ Mosaic (225 West Orange Street Lancaster, PA 17603)

     

    Free to Badge Holders and Satuday/Weekend Wristbands | $10 without Badge or Wristband

    Every time Kurt Scobie sits down at the keys, the power of his expressive lyrics and percussive piano style have a magnetic effect on the entire room. The lyrics strike a familiar chord but carry a refreshing tone, and the catchy melodies enable listeners to sing along, even after hearing his songs for the first time. On and off the stage, Kurt is consistently friendly and respectfully honest.

    Kurt Scobie lives in Atlanta, GA, but he is most at home when he is on the road and meeting new people. Since 2008 he has performed over 400 shows, including three NACA showcases, and a performance for the Atlanta Braves. Kurt has also shared the stage with The Civil Wars, Matthew Perryman Jones, Montell Jordan, and Mike Kinnebrew. Influences such as Mat Kearney, Dave Matthews and Jason Mraz have helped Kurt create a sound that is winning over audiences across the country. 


    Type Music
    Genre Pop
    Tags All Ages


7:00pm

JD Eicher & The Goodnights
    Saturday April 28, 2012 7:00pm - 7:30pm @ Mosaic (225 West Orange Street Lancaster, PA 17603)

     

    Free to Badge Holders and Satuday/Weekend Wristbands | $10 without Badge or Wristband

    Two years after the release of their debut album and hundreds of performances later, JD Eicher & the Goodnights deliver their sophomore release, entitled Shifting, which reaches out and touches listeners with vivid portraits of love, struggle, and hope.

    Thirteen songs chart their journey from feel good pop to keys-out-front alternative rock. A radio-ready, polished sound with literate songwriting and intimate, swoon-worthy vocals has the Herald-Standard ranking the album with Pittsburgh's elite, saying that Shifting is "the best album from a local band since 'Restless Days' (The Clarks). Seriously, it's that good."


    Type Music
    Genre Pop
    Tags All Ages


7:30pm

8:00pm

Darry Miller and The Veil
    Saturday April 28, 2012 8:00pm - 8:30pm @ The Taproom (25 West King St. Lancaster, PA 17603)

     

    Free to Badge Holders and Saturday/Weekend Wristbands | $3 without Badge or Wristband

    From an early age, Darry Miller’s life has been filled with music. His mom took him to his dad’s gigs as a baby and when he got his first drum set at three, he showed an intuitive ability to play. It wasn’t long before he was sitting in with the band, cutting his teeth on rock and roll.

    As he got older, he began playing around with digital recording equipment and spent his formative years alone in the basement with it, experimenting with the layering of sounds, tones, harmonies and beats, igniting a true passion for music and an understanding of how powerful it can be.

    The solitude Darry found in his basement while recording those first songs lent an intimacy to his lyrics then that he carries through to his songs today. Trying to understand life, love, loss and ambitions are a constant theme and are easily related to by his growing fan base. That fan base started when he passed some demos around to his friends at school and continues to expand as more people are turned on to his unique combination of pop, funk, blues and Americana.

    In 2009, Darry signed with the independent label Ripple Creative Records and now tours with several very talented band members: Mike Elliot, Alan Greiner, Dylan Madar, and Derek Jenkins.  After many long ours writing and recording Darry released his first EP Green under Ripple Creative Records in March 2010.

    Since that time, Darry Miller and The Veil has been playing shows all over the North East, multiplying there fan base with each and every show.  The band recorded 3 killer new songs in mid 2011, that have already been released, and can be heard LIVE at a show near you!  Once Darry’s vocals reach the tip of your ear drums, you will understand the buzz about how this is just the beginning to an amazing musical career for Darry Miller and The Veil.


    Type Music
    Genre Pop
    Tags 21+


8:30pm

Mariko
    Saturday April 28, 2012 8:30pm - 9:00pm @ Tellus 360 (24 East King St. Lancaster, PA 17602)

     

    Free to Badge Holders and Saturday/Weekend Wristbands | $7 without Badge or Wristband

    Even before Mariko was handed her first acoustic guitar at 15, she knew she wanted to pursue music. Although she spent the first five years of her life in Japan, Mariko grew up in the suburbs of Boston, where she was lured and encouraged by the local music scene. She began actively songwriting during her high school years, and her took her aspirations to New York soon thereafter. 

    Throughout her college years, Mariko gained a tight following in the local music scene. She competed at various band battles and was voted by the student body for top slots at countless popular campus events. During her four years she shared the stage with notable artists Lifehouse, Pitbull, and the Gin Blossoms. She has also performed at prominent venues throughout Boston and NYC, most notably at The Middle East, Harpers Ferry, Spike Hill, and The Bowery Poetry Club. 


    Type Music
    Genre Pop
    Tags All Ages


9:15pm

Atlantic Avenue

10:00pm

Tarra Layne
    Saturday April 28, 2012 10:00pm - 10:30pm @ Tellus 360 (24 East King St. Lancaster, PA 17602)

     

    Free to Badge Holders and Saturday/Weekend Wristbands | $7 without Badge or Wristband

    Tarra Layne's pre-released single and video, “Beautiful Day”, has created notable chatter. It’s laid-back, summer-lovin’ groove makes you wanna kick 'em up and throw one back.  The soulful singer's self-titled debut was released November 2011.

    Since returning home from Music City in late 2010, life has been more than kind to the Pittsburgh, PA native. Tarra Layne is building quite the following, making bold moves, and the future is looking mighty bright for the singer. While settling into her return, The Pittsburgh Tribune Review followed her, cameras in hand, documenting The Life of a Struggling Artist.  She swooned the listeners of Froggy 95 last summer in the Rocket to the Stars Contest and opened for up and coming country artist, DJ Miller.  She was also broadcast on 93.7 The Fan, working a rendition of Zeppelin tune, “Rock ‘n Roll”.  The feature earned her a spot gracing the cover of Smokescreen Magazine for a special music edition in October.  She recently competed in the Sing Off! at the Consol Energy Center and victored valiantly, before celebrities Kym Johnson of “Dancing With The Stars” and football prodigy Jerome Bettis hit the stage.

    The redhead is on fire and is gearing up to catch any challenge that is thrown her way. At this pace, Tarra Layne may just be the new broad bringing back pop-rock 'n roll-soul with sass.

     


    Type Music
    Genre Pop
    Tags All Ages


11:00pm

Lizbeth Rose
 

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