Broken Arrow (Neil Young Tribute)
AM Radio Tribute Band
23 East Lancaster Ave
Ardmore, PA, 19003
Doors 7:30 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
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Broken Arrow (Neil Young Tribute)
Broken Arrow performs the music of Neil Young, featuring both the rockin' electric Crazy Horse tunes and the more acoustic, pedal steel driven country rock material. The band delivers these classic songs faithfully while taking them out on some jamming excursions and tastefully tweaking some of the arrangements. These guys always have audiences on their feet singing along and demanding encores at every show.
The band is fronted by Joe Mass, veteran virtuoso Philly guitar player, singer, and multi-instrumentalist. (www.joemass.com) Joe has toured and recorded with artists such as Bootsy Collins, Robert Hazard, Essra Mohawk, David Ruffin, Eddie Kendricks, and Rick Derringer He was music director for Grammy Award winning artist, (Maniac from the film Flashdance), Michael Sembello. Joe is a featured guitar player at the prestigious Dallas International Guitar Festival, alongside the likes of Sonny Landreth, Andy Timmons, Jimmy Wallace, Greg Koch, Gary Hoey, and Brad Whitford of Aerosmith. Joe's vocal and instrumental interpretation of Neil 's music is faithful to the original, yet he puts his own stamp on these iconic songs with his incendiary playing and some cool segues and arrangements.
Danny Gold plays bass and sings harmony in Broken Arrow. He is the owner of Danny's Guitar Shop in Narberth, and host of WHYY's Danny's Guitar Shop TV show (www.dannysguitarshop.com, www.dannysguitarshop.tv). A steady presence on Philly's live music scene since the 80's, Dan has played bass with The Dukes of Destiny, (including the night they backed up the legendary Otis Rush), Bill Kirchen, Beats Walkin', Ben Arnold, Wanamaker Lewis, and others.
On drums and vocal harmonies we have Larry Freedman, another Philadelphia band veteran for decades, who owns and operates 2nd Street Productions (www.2ndstprod.com) recording studio. Larry produces the jingles and bumper music that plays round the clock on news radio stations KYW in Philadelphia and WBZ in Boston. He had played with the backing band for Daryl Hall’s vocal group, The Temptones (before Hall and Oates) and played on the Grammy winning gospel song of the year, Loves Me Like A Rock, by the Dixie Hummingbirds. Larry and Danny have played together in various bands and projects over the past 30 years. They are a rare example of a very musical rhythm section with a great feel that instantly drops into that schweet pocket without even thinking about it.
Marty Cohl handles electric and pedal steel guitar duties in Broken Arrow. His soulful country rock / bluegrass informed instrumental style is the band's secret sauce. Marty injects his unique twang-a-delic flavor into these classic tunes while remaining fundamentally true to Neil's compositional vision. In the early 70's he headed west from his musically rich home town of Nyack, NY to San Francisco. In the Bay Area he joined "funky western" country rock band Sunnybrook, where he first teamed up with Danny. Among Marty's most inspirational guitar heroes are Neil Young, Steven Stills, Jerry Garcia, Clarence White, Ben Keith, and Mike Campbell.
AM Radio Tribute Band
AM Radio Tribute Band has shared stages with Gary Puckett and The Union Gap,
Peter Noone & Herman’s Hermits, Nate Watts (Stevie Wonder Band), Paul Sinclair & Paul Hammond (Get The Led
Out), Danny Seraphine (Chicago), Don Dannemann (The Cyrkle),
Len Hause (mouth organ on “Hey Baby” by Bruce Channel), Jim Belushi, and
Michael Allman (Michael Allman Band).
AMRTB is based in the King of Prussia, PA area and came to life in December 2014, drawing from the members’
shared love for all things melodic, nostalgic, musically rewarding, and just plain fun. Specializing in 60’s and 70’s
a.m. radio hits, the repertoire spans the musical generations from a time when radio was king, sending you on a
musical sojourn with one great song after another.
Selections include remarkable renditions of White Rabbit-Jefferson Airplane, Mama Told Me Not To Come-Three
Dog Night, Different Drum-The Stone Poneys (feat Linda Ronstadt), Bus Stop-The Hollies, To Sir With Love-LuLu,
Brand New Key-Melanie, Age of Aquarius/Let The Sun Shine In- The 5th Dimension, Close To You-The Carpenters,
Spirit In The Sky-
Norman Greenbaum, California Dreamin’-The Mamas & the Papas, and many more!
AMRTB has played in many beautiful theaters throughout the Tri-state area, including, The Queen, in Wilmington,
DE, Sellersville Theater in Sellersville, PA, The Block Entertainment Center in Harrah’s Casino Philadelphia, PA, The
Loft at Landis Creek in Limerick, PA, The Marriott Marquis in New York, Bartolai Winery in Harding, PA, The
Ardmore Music Hall in Ardmore, PA, Mauch Chunk Opera House in Jim Thorpe, PA.
We’ve had the pleasure of playing outdoor festivals in Lansdale, Narberth, Schwenksville, Sea Isle, Whitpain,
Lancaster, Ridley, Hatfield, Harleysville, and many more!
Come and experience the ultimate tribute band! AMRTB plays all of those songs from the 60’s and early 70’s that
you grew up listening to, mimicking the music and vocals with an uncanny likeness to the original recording’s as
you’ll ever hear – LIVE!
Be prepared for a ride in the way back machine, as AMRTB emulates the sounds, voices, appearances, slogans,
images, and styles in authentic detail with outfits ranging from mod dress to multi-colored flower power,
psychedelic tie-dye shirts, go-go boots, long hair, and an amazing energy that urges you to travel back to one of the
most creative decades of our time. Feel yourself begin to turn on, tune in and experience what it was like to be a
part of a generation that exploded like a pressure cooker full of color, creativity, and love.
AMRTB gives us a glimpse into the years when our brains leaped with joy at the music that’s come to define us.
Those years may have passed, but each time we hear the songs we loved, the joy they once brought us surges anew.
Come and celebrate one long Summer of Love with AM Radio Tribute Band!
$15 Advance / $18 Day of Show / $25 Seated
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