Meg Williams Band, Stereo Jo, Chapell
45 Main Street
Stanhope, NJ, 07874
Doors 6:00 PM (event ends at 11:00 PM)
The Los Angeles music climate of the late sixties and seventies was characterized by the heavy sounds and sentiments that reflected the revolutionary attitudes of the generation. Bursting onto that scene was Iron Butterfly, whose sound not only epitomized the hard attitudes of the youth with its heavy drumming and bass lines, but also embraced more delicate aspirations through its intricate guitar and keyboard overlays.
Iron Butterfly is touring and thrilling audiences worldwide with their High-Energy Show and performing all the Hits, Like:
"Iron Butterfly Theme"
"Soldier in Our Town"
" In The Time Of Our Lives"
and many, many more
Meg Williams Band
Meg Williams, originally from Western NY, performs frequently at respected Writer’s Nights and numerous venues with her band, Meg Williams Band, as a solo/duo act, and as a guitarist for other artists. She’s performed at RedGorilla Music Festival (Austin, TX), Blues Radio International during the BMA's (Memphis, TN), Knoxville’s WDVX Blue Plate Special, Tennessee Motorcycles & Music Revival Festival, & Loretta Lynn’s Ranch as an artist, and performed at Cheyenne Frontier Days & CMA Fest as a guitarist for other artists. Meg is set to perform main-stage at the 2018 Venice Blues Festival. Meg’s newest blues-rock EP, ‘Maybe Someday,’ has been played on SiriusXM’s Bluesville and radio stations world-wide – ‘Maybe Someday’ reached #10 on the Top 50 Blues Rock Album charts and on the Roots Music Report, and #38 on the Top Blues Album charts. Often compared to Susan Tedeschi and Bonnie Raitt, Meg’s guitar playing has captured the attention of listeners throughout Nashville and increasingly the US.
Mixing funk and groove rock to re-energize your soul with our feel good music!
Stereo Jo has been active in the New Jersey original music scene since 2015. Defined by dynamic beats, melodic bass, vocal harmonies, and groovy guitar solos, Stereo Jo is extremely energetic and upbeat. They are becoming known for their improvisational abilities -- as well as wild stage antics.
Alan Chapell is a unique character – even by the standards of the West Village, NYC. Made from years of traveling the world and honing his craft and moving effortlessly through several musical genres without a single tune sounding the same. Seriously good songwriting that’s augmented by what many are calling the best seven piece band in NYC. All led by Chapell - Mephistopheles outfitted in a well-tailored white linen suit.
Chapell’s band includes Lorenza Ponce on violin, Ann Klein on guitar, Ali Culotta on piano, Billy Aukstik on trumpet, Malcom Gold on bass and Rodney Howard on drums. Chapell’s live show is a cacophony of juxtapositions. His set moves seamless from genre to genre and from topic to topic. From songs about love to songs about more heady topics such as gun violence and human rights. And finally, to a parody of Mark Zuckerberg’s recent Congressional testimony. With all that, Chapell somehow manages to keep things fun – not to mention you’re guaranteed to leave the night with at least a few of Chapell’s melodies stuck in your head.