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Bio: I grew up in the Philadelphia area playing violin and singing in choirs. I bought my first guitar when I was 16 and have been writing songs ever since. These songs narrate my life from when I was 16 up until now in my twenties. A transition I know many can relate to.More Info
Summer is in full swing, the weather is amazing and July 4th is fast approaching. It's an amazing time to be a Philadelphian, so why not start the fireworks early with the HYPE! as we return to World Cafe Live to present Love Fest, an amazing lineup of artists and bands of all genres on BOTH Stages at World Cafe Live. Tickets are $10 ahead of time and $14 at the door One ticket gets you access to both stages all night long Upstairs Brady and The Bear Phunkyman Ang13 Annalise Curtain Miko and The Musket Downstairs Boy Wonder (w/Jeni & The East Coast Shimmies) John Dutton Kingfisher Megan Elise Sirsy Kat Madamba Split Infinitives Tracy Chamberlin
"Brad Schoener was an amazing musician and inspirational music teacher for thousands of students in the Upper Darby School District. The Brad Schoener Fund Music Marathon grew out of an idea Brad had several years ago to hold an event that was a celebration of music of all kinds. Brad was excited about the idea and so is his family and hundreds of students and alumni, colleagues and friends. Our event will be a carnival of music inside and outside the Upper Darby Performing Arts Center". - See more at: http://udmusicmarathon.org/music-marathon/#sthash.XrTOECT0.dpuf
The A-town Foundation is dedicated to celebrating and promoting the power of music and art as transformative. For more information please visit the Alex Townsend Memorial Foundation Website http://atownfoundation.com/
Savannah’s most eclectic and diverse music and arts festival is back and bigger than ever! The Fourth Annual A-Town Get Down Music & Art Festival takes place noon to midnight on Saturday, February 22, 2014, at the Charles H. Morris Center in Savannah. The A-Town Get Down is a public music and arts festival organized in memory of Alex Townsend, a SCAD student, musician and artist whose life was tragically cut short in an automobile accident on Valentine’s Day in 2010. Alex known as “A-Town” selflessly encouraged the talents of others while continuing to find his own.
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