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6:00pm

Mark DeRose and the Way Home
    Friday April 27, 2012 6:00pm - 6:30pm @ Marion Court (7 Marion Court, Lancaster, PA 17602)

     

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

    Ask the fans of Mark DeRose’s music what it is that keeps them coming out to his shows and you will find a common tie that unites them: sincerity.  “There is an honesty to Mark’s work that is so easy to connect with.  Whether it be his solid and intelligent lyrics or the intensity with which he pours himself into his live shows, the listener can easily relate to the emotions expressed in his songs.”

    As a singer/songwriter and an instrumentalist on piano and guitar, the multi-talented Mark DeRose blends introspective lyrics with heartfelt acoustic rock. Influenced by musical greats like James Taylor, Bruce Hornsby and Dave Matthews, DeRose brings a distinctive sound that has been challenging listeners and entertaining high energy crowds for over a decade.

     


    Type Music
    Genre Singer/Songwriter
    Tags 21+


6:30pm

Levee Drivers
    Friday April 27, 2012 6:30pm - 7:00pm @ Marion Court (7 Marion Court, Lancaster, PA 17602)

     

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

    Levee Drivers' music embodies the sounds of old country souls being reborn into tomorrow's rock. Their music is a modern take on the story-telling of Johnny Cash, driven by early country and blues roots with a startling vocal rendition likened to a cross of Bruce Springsteen and Ryan Adams. Levee Drivers embrace an eclectic mix of sound that engages listeners of all ages and across many genres. They were named "Best of Philly Rising" 2007 by World Cafe Live. Levee Drivers also became the winners of the 2009 Beta Hi-Fi Festival hosted by World Cafe Live, a multi-night music competition with voting by the audience and a panel of judges. In 2010, Levee Drivers won the Deli Magazine "Best Philly Emerging Artist Poll" and came in 9th in the overall contest and are up again for the 2011 "Best Philly Emerging Artist"


    Type Music
    Genre Rock
    Tags 21+


7:00pm

Dana Alexandra

7:30pm

Jackie Cassatt

8:00pm

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

     

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

    Recently featured in Filter Magazine's "Discover The Undiscovered", with a Nomination by Deli Magazine for Best of NYC 2011 Emerging Artists, and a commanding performance at Indie Ambassador TV, the buzz about My Pet Dragon, a 5-piece rock band, can be attributed to their anthemic songs and powerful live show led by Lead singer/songwriter Todd Michaelsen and dancer/actress Reena Shah.

    Drawing comparisons to Arcade Fire, Coldplay, Smashing Pumpkins, and the Flaming Lips, Todd Michaelsen's soaring vocals and strong pop melodies define My Pet Dragon's newly released LP, Mountains and Cities, which includes contributions by members of Mercury Rev, Gov't Mule, and Hurricane Bells. MPD's song Moonshine is currently in-rotation on Radio Stations all across the United States. The Official Music Video for Moonshine was featured on Fuse TV.


    Type Music
    Genre Rock
    Tags 21+


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+


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

The Static Trees
 
 

6:00pm

B-Tropical

6:30pm

Michael Anthony Smith and the Dirty Thieving Gypsies

7:00pm

Garrahan's Ghost

7:30pm

The Glazzies

8:00pm

Night the Living Funk
    Saturday April 28, 2012 8:00pm - 8:30pm @ Marion Court (7 Marion Court, Lancaster, PA 17602)

     

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

    When brothers Jon and Chris Lijoi traveled to Florence, Italy with Wayne Krantz and the NYU Big Band they conceived an idea tracing back to their teenage interests: tight funk grooves and black and white horror flicks. “We wanted to take the live performance one step further and incorporate a visual stimulant,” explains front man Jon Lijoi of their unique performance wherein they project old horror movies on stage while playing. The idea came about after a rigorous week of rehearsals and gigs with Krantz. Maybe it was the change of scenery, or the bottle of wine that triggered this newfound project, but it was at their last Italian dinner they agreed to set up jam sessions once they were back in the states. 

    Coming back to New York the brothers quickly assembled a crew of inspired music students to set forth with on this project. After a great deal of playing together the band was no longer just an idea but a group of nine guys with a mutual love and dedication to funk, soul, and jazz music. Not to mention they had an oversized tapestry (Thanks Casey!), HD Projector (Thanks Dan!), and a slew of old school horror flicks at their disposal. Constantly searching for new outlets and experiences they occasionally collaborated with hip hop artists such as Illspokin and emcees from Trustatement Ent. Now, close to a year later the band just can’t get enough of the stage, with three residencies under their belt at NYC venues Sullivan Hall, Lit Lounge, and Tutuma Social Club. 

    Just like their trip across the Atlantic the Night of the Living Funk’s shows are about exiting your day to day and entering a funk injected dance party. Their influences range from The Black Exotics to Michael Jackson to Outkast and they perform an array of originals, covers, and arrangements. So be prepared for anything, who knows what’s going to happen? As Chris Lijoi exclaims, "We don’t, and that’s the beauty of it all.”


    Type Music
    Genre R&B/Soul/Funk


8:30pm

The Bees Trees
    Saturday April 28, 2012 8:30pm - 9:00pm @ Marion Court (7 Marion Court, Lancaster, PA 17602)

     

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

    With a fresh sound featuring an energetic rhythm section, smooth vocals, and precise guitar and saxaphone riffs, The Bees Trees – a melodic, four-man band - is quickly gaining popularity among the regional music scene.

    Collaborating in the summer of 2011, The Bees Trees enchants the audience with a wide range of musical influences, including roots rock, jazz, reggae, disco and Ska. The Bees Trees has found its niche by meshing melodies and keeping its audience moving, covering songs and musical genres of all styles.

    A jam band that uses a saxophone, The Bees Trees thrives in the music festival scene, playing various venues in multiple states, including Ohio Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

    The band recently released The Bees Trees Demo, which displays its multifaceted musical talents.

     


    Type Music
    Genre World


9:00pm

Fiction in Motion

9:30pm

Olya
 

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