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The STEAM BALL - 2nd issue: THE DARK SIDE. Please adapt your style for an unforgettable night!
Saturday/September 5th- I'll be playing at Cross & Orange in Asbury Park from 3-6pm! It's going to be so much fun!
On Friday September 4th , the HYPE!'s First Fridays Return to The Legendary Dobbs with a show so awesome it's gonna melt your faces
On Wednesday July 29th summer will be in full swing as the HYPE! returns to World Cafe Live to bring you Philly's best in Rock, Soul, and Everything In Between Including WaveRadio Skyline The Howling Tongues KillerWhale Epoch Failure Emily Grove Carrie Brzezinski Morgan Pinkstone Kaitlyn Meyers It's gonna be a great time at the best venue in Philadelphia, so step in, cool off, and put a little HYPE! in your life
Sounds Like: Patty Griffin, The Cranberries
Bio: Winner of four Asbury Music Awards for Best Female Acoustic Act (2011, 2012,2013 and 2014),and three Jersey Acoustic Music Awards (2011 & 2012, Top Female Vocalist and Top Female Songwriter) singer-songwriter Emily Grove is a featured player on the vibrant Asbury Park music scene, playing with an...See Full Bio
“Emily Grove‘s debut EP, Way Across The Sea, was well worth the wait. Grove, who’d been performing within the Asbury music scene for years without an official release, dropped this record in August to much acclaim, earning an Asbury Music Award For Best Female Acoustic Act on its behalf. The title track, a tale of love eroded by the oceanic waters that separate two hearts, sets the scene for this ghostly soundscape, not of spooky subject matter, but in the way a melody crooned in the Boardwalk songstress’ soulful vocal styling haunts a listener’s psyche, including such tunes as “Today” and “Falling.” However, the cream of this acoustic guitar-led crop of Folk-Rock is a number dubbed “Flea” that describes in detail the toxicity of a parasitic relationship, a common thread in one of SIMGE’s favorite emotionally distressed compilations of the year.”