Saturday, November 12, 2016

Grammy Nominee:
Eric Bazilian (of The Hooters)

8:00 pm (doors open at 7:30)
Donation: $20 (100% goes to the artist)

NEW: Photos of this concert are now in the gallery

Eric Bazilian

Eric Bazilian is a Grammy-nominated musician and a Philadelphia native. He is best known as a founder and a primary singer-songwriter for one of our favorite bands, The Hooters.

Bazilian has also released two solo albums and done extensive work as a producer, arranger, instrumentalist and songwriter for artists such as Willie Nelson, Cyndi Lauper, Taj Mahal, and Mick Jagger. In 1996, Bazilian was nominated for a Grammy for Song of the Year for writing Joan Osborne’s hit One of Us (later also recorded by Prince!).

This show is recommended for fans of The Hooters (duh), The Beatles, Todd Rundgren, U2…

Eric playing “One of Us” in NYC, 2014:

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Saturday, October 22, 2016

Frog Holler

8:00 pm (doors open at 7:30)
Donation: $20 (100% goes to the artist)

NEW: Photos of this concert are now in the gallery

Frog Holler

Frog Holler are celebrating their 20th anniversary as a band in 2016. They’ve played our house twice before, once in 2005 and again in 2011. They are a 6-piece country-rock (or “alt-country”) band from Berks County, PA.

This year Frog Holler released Souvenir, their 8th album of incredible original songs. We love these guys and we love this band. We expect this show to sell out well in advance of the performance date so don’t dilly-dally, folks!

Recommended for fans of Steve Earle, Uncle Tupelo, Neil Young…

“Great songwriting, deliriously entertaining live act.” - Village Voice

“Some of the most rollicking, heartfelt country rock songs this side of Nashville.” - Philadelphia City Paper

“Neo-hillbillies with a twist, Frog Holler plays mountain blues and country as accessible and modern as the most hummable pop.” - Washington Post

Frog Holler plays "Sight Unseen" at The Rodeo Club NYC

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Saturday, May 21, 2016

Andy Shernoff
(of The Dictators)

8:00 pm (doors open at 7:30)
Donation: $20 (100% goes to the artist)

NEW: Photos of this concert are now in the gallery

photo credit: Doug Ciarelli

Andy Shernoff

Known as the "Christopher Columbus of Punk", Andy Shernoff is a founding member of legendary New York punk band The Dictators. Shernoff was the band's songwriter, played bass and keyboards, sang background vocals and occasional lead vocals. He's also played in The Master Plan (with members of The Fleshtones), Manitoba's Wild Kingdom and has released 2 solo EPs and several other singles.

In addition to writing all The Dictators classics, Shernoff's songs have been recorded by The Ramones, Joey Ramone, Dion, Twisted Sister, Mary Weiss (of the Shangri-La's), Drivin 'n' Cryin' and others. His songs have recently appeared in the TV shows Lillyhammer and Knife Fight.

He's also produced recordings for tons of artists (The Smithereens, D Generation, Guided By Voices, The Figgs!...). Before all that, in the 1970s Shernoff was a rock writer for Creem magazine (his pen name: "Adny Shernoff"). This show will feature songs and rock and roll storytelling. And, oh yeah, Shernoff is also known as "The Punk Sommelier" so he may even drop some wine knowledge on us (seriously).…

"(The Dictators are) the connective tissue between the eras of The MC5, Stooges, NY Dolls, and the punk explosion of the mid to late 1970s."- Steven Van Zandt

Andy Shernoff's video for "Let's Get the Band Back Together"

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Saturday, April 16, 2016

The Figgs

8:00 pm (doors open at 7:30)
Donation: $20 (100% goes to the artist)

SOLD OUT!

Photos of this concert are in the gallery

The Figgs

After an inexcusable 6-year absence, we’re thrilled to announce that our favorite rock-n-roll band in the world, The Figgs, are returning to our house for a third time! The Figgs have been a band for over 28 years and have released a dozen albums so far (plus live records, solo records, EPs, singles and more).

The Figgs’ most recent album, 2015’s Other Planes of Here, has been in regular rotation at our house since its release. Expect another new Figgs album in 2016. The Figgs have also served as the backing band for both Graham Parker and Tommy Stinson. In 2013, their song “Je T’Adore” was used in a national commercial for Lexus. In 2014, the band were featured guests on Marc Maron’s WTF podcast.

Don’t miss this show if you’re a fan of The Kinks, The Who, Graham Parker, Nick Lowe, The Beatles, Elvis Costello, NRBQ, The Replacements…

“One of America’s best kept rock ‘n’ roll secrets.” –Billboard

“Steeped in the verities of 1960's garage-rock, folk-rock and the Beatles, along with latter-day bands like the Replacements, the Figgs cling to the idea that songs are telegrams from the heart. They sing hoarse, tuneful, unguarded rock.” -The New York Times

The Figgs step off the stage and play 2 songs
in the crowd, live in Philly, 2009:

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