The House on Cliff

Chad Michael Jervis, Charles Coleman, William Santana, and Marc Polit make up THE HOUSE ON CLIFF. A powerful quartet with a sound the likes of The Foo Fighters, Led Zeppelin, The Who, and The Raconteurs. Since the Fall of 2014 the guys have been on five national tours, toured the UK with SayWeCanFly and Canada with Dave Days, were awarded a Limelight award for ‘Best Band’ in 2015, nominated for ‘Best in MA’ at the 2016 New England Music Awards,won Hard Rock Rising Battle of the Bands in 2017 and released two EPs. Their most recent EP ‘Skin & Bones’ was released in May 2016. It is a powerful, lyric driven, and emotionally charged five song album which premiered on In July of this year the guys released their most recent single, Life Goes On before heading out on a five week US tour.
The moment The House On Cliff hits the stage they hook the audience with their energetic stage presence, impressive harmonies, and all encompassing talent. By the end of the show, their goal is to make you fall in love with rock and roll, ‘All Over Again’.

The House on Cliff plays the kind of bone shattering, brain rattling rock n roll music that you love. Hearing them is like stepping into a time machine and visiting the classic Zeppelin-esque era of 70s rock while simultaneously peeking into the future sounds of this timeless genre.

New York City-based rock band Upright Man is Aidan Dolan (guitar/vocals), Nick Katz (bass/vocals) and Max Yassky (drums/percussion/background vocals). The group met while studying classical music composition at New York University where they played together on various projects ranging from classical ensembles to rock bands. Their strong writing chemistry spurred the formation of Upright Man. Combining elements of alternative, psychedelic, roots rock and classic rock with complex harmonies and time signatures, the band seamlessly intertwines influences like Pink Floyd, Radiohead, Crowded House, Little Feat, the Beatles, Led Zeppelin and XTC into a unique sound all their own. Upright Man’s dynamic self-titled debut is due out late Summer 2017.




1. the members of a household

The Ferreira siblings spent their childhood travelling between Toronto Canada, and a small town in Portugal where their heritage and much of their family still lived. Whether due to The Beatles records on at home, the exposure to traditional Portuguese music or the church, music was a heavy influence on the children.

In 2015 Ménage signed a deal with iPLAY records out of Portugal. Rotation on radio and two national tours followed.

In 2016 Menage released their album in China and played a 14 city tour in China which included performances at the famous MIDI festival and MTA festivals.

With a new release scheduled for autumn 2017, Canadian and U.S. tour dates and returning to China early next year, Ménage don't expect to have much downtime anytime soon.

Owl Kill

Canyon Ride is a rock n' roll four-piece based out of Philadelphia. With influence from 70s songwriters, punk rock, country and soul, every song breathes it's own identity separate from the next.

Black Tie Stereo

Blending together influences of pop, rock, and funk, Scranton, Pennsylvania-based four-piece Black Tie Stereo are bringing a unique flair to the music world. Though the members of Black Tie Stereo had all taken part in different projects before, they came together in 2014 to create an upbeat and exciting sound comparable to the likes of Maroon 5 or Young the Giant.



$12 in advance, $15 at the door.

$5 Food & Beverage minimum collected in cash at door for all guests under the age of 21; Voucher redeemable in restaurant.

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