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Join us on Wednesday April 22nd to celebrate EARTH DAY at Lubert Plaza in Philadelphia. Two exciting artist will help us do just that. Dylan McGuire and The Quixote Project. 11-1PM
Join Dylan and me for a fun evening of original tunes at this new easy-going Mount Airy BYOB that offers Mediterranean favorites, coffees and teas.
Lock 60 at Schuylkill Canal Park, 400 Towpath Rd., Mont Clare, Pa, 610-917-8030 The SCA invites the community to its 32nd annual event. At Lock 60 and St. Michael’s Park in Mont Clare, PA (right across the river from Phoenixville). This day full of family-oriented fun along the Schuylkill Canal Park includes food, music, kids' games & crafts, competitive activities such as the Schuylkill River Trail Run/Denny Porrini Memorial Run, Horseshoe Tournament, the Canoe/Kayak 5-Miler Water Trail Race, and the international and world reknown Canal Joust. The Canal Day $5/person donation will be accepted upon entering the access road from St. Michael’s Park to Lock 60, children 12 and under are free. Please be advised, Towpath Road will be closed to vehicular traffic, starting at 8:30 AM until 4:00 PM, A handicap-accessible shuttle bus will bring people back and forth, free-of-charge, from the parking area all day.
45 Minute Sets Tim Butler 1st Minerva 2nd Dylan McGuire 3rd
Sounds Like: Elvis Costello, R.E.M., The Raconteurs, Gin Blossoms, Bob Mould
Manager: Amy Wolfe
Bio: Dylan McGuire is a musician and songwriter dedicated to keeping the spirit of intelligently crafted, guitar-driven rock/pop alive.
McGuire, who resides in the Philadelphia area, recently released his latest album Gravity (Or Lack Thereof) that was produced by Brett Talley (of IKE, Brett Talley B...See Full Bio
“There's just something genuine about the rock that comes out of Dylan McGuire. He gets it. I hear strong, well written vocals without cliche one-liners. Well-played, layered guitar tracks. This is the best rock album I have heard in 10 years! There is simply NOTHING corny about any of the songs. Dylan shows us that, without having a record contract requiring a certain number of songs in a given time, musicians can craft every song on an album just so. There are no "filler tracks"; no junk.”