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Bio: My name is Jerzy Jung.
Yes, this is my real name.
I make music because it is the most powerful and pure form of expression I know of.
I believe that everyone has the power to continually evolve. I think of my songs as small sonic snapshots from all of the journeys I see happening arou... See Full BioMore Info
Free block party! Ladybug Festival 2014 Thurs July 17, 5:30-10pm, Free, All Ages! Live music at Painted Stave Distillery, Sheridan's Irish Pub, The Odd Fellows Cafe, 1 N Main St, Smyrna Opera House Rachel Sage - Angela Sheik Sweet Leda - Nalani & Sarina Nadjah Nicole - Beth Goldwater Paige Allbritton - Jerzy Jung Sarah J - Emily Danger Andrea Nardello - Rachel Schain Aberdeen Green - Kate Mills Emma Cullen - No Stringz Attached Lauren Kuhne - Michelle Lay Danielle & Jennifer - Leslie Carey Black Dress Jess - Kira Alejandro Hadar - Amber Ladd - Alexa Crys Matthews - Kaleigh Baker - Dani Marie Acacia Sears - McKinley Short - Adryelle Every Heard - Angela Michele Walker Jessica Kayne - Erin Magnin - Grace Bernicker Megan Knight - Minerva - Hanna Paige
Gable Music Ventures, 2nd & LOMA, and ShopRite of Delaware present the 3rd annual Ladybug Music Festival. This free music festival will take place on Market St. between 2nd & 3rd streets. This year 3rd street and the outdoor courtyard of Del Tech will also have vendors and live music. The music will begin around 5:30pm and will be non stop on multiple stages until 10:30pm. Flea market vendors, street magic, great food, and 40 all female performers. Complete lineup Rachael Sage - New York City, NY Angela Sheik - Wilmington, DE Sweet Leda - Annapolis, MD Nalani & Sarina - Flemming, NJ Nadjah Nicole - Philadelphia, PA Beth Goldwater - Wayne, PA Paige Allbritton - Philadelphia, PA Jerzy Jung - Haddonfield, NJ Sarah J - Wilmington, DE Emily Danger - Brooklyn, NY Danielle Cuoco - Wilmington, DE Andrea Nardello - Philadelphia, PA Rachel Schain - Wilmington, DE Aberdeen Green - Nashville, TN Kate Mills - Queens, NY Evangelina - Wilmington, DE Emma Cullen - Collegeville, PA No Stringz Attached - Hockessin, DE Lauren Kuhne - Wilmington, DE Michelle Ley - Wilmington, DE Danielle & Jennifer - Harleysville, PA Leslie Carey - Arden, DE Black Dress Jess - Media, PA Hadar - Israel/New Castle, DE Kira Alejandro - Hockessin, DE Alexa - Wilmington, DE/Nashville, TN Crys Matthews - Herndon, VA Kaleigh Baker - Orlando, FL Dani Mari - Philadelphia, PA Acacia Sears - Baltimore, MD McKinley Short - Wilmington, DE Adryelle - Baltimore, MD Every Heard - Philadelphia, PA Angela Michele Walker - Charleston, SC Jessica Cayne - Nashville, TN Erin Magnin - Newark, DE Grace Bernicker - Philadelphia, PA Megan Knight - New Jersey Minerva - Philadelphia, PA Hanna Melba - Delaware Thank you to our sponsors!! 2nd & LOMA ShopRite's of Delaware Downtown Visions Out & About Gigspots 409 Fitness - Ladies Like Lifting Hometown Heroes WSTW
Carole King Tribute - Tapestry Revisited with Lori Citro and Friends Carole King Tribute - Tapestry Revisited with Lori Citro and Friends Join local singer/songwriter Lori Citro and friends as they celebrate and recreate a night of Carole King's music. Guest artists include RKVC, Noelle Picara, Jerzy Jung, Jeff Guenther, Nancy Huebner, Kerry Kristine, Nik Everett, Justin McNatt, Matthew Halley, Sheila Hershey, Jessica Graae, Carol Regan, Melinda Trainor, Allen Trainor and Lori's band the Accidentals. Legendary songwriter Carole King began her career in the 1960s writing more than two dozen chart hits for numerous artists, many of which have become standards. She had her first number 1 hit as a songwriter in 1960 at age 18, with "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" and has inspired many female singer/songwriters for the past 50 years. King has made 25 solo albums, the most successful being Tapestry which held the record for most weeks at #1 by a female artist for more than 20 years. She has won four Grammy Awards and was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for her songwriting.