The Wallace Brothers Band

The Wallace Brothers Band

The Wallace Brothers Band play music ranging from country to fusion and everything in between. They are influenced by all kinds of American music. The band has been fortunate to open for/work with Robert Hunter of The Grateful Dead, WEEN, David Bromberg, Rusted Root, Ricky Skaggs, Frog Holler, a variety of legendary Nashville session players, and many more

No Good Sister

No Good Sister is a female trio of vocal sass (Meaghan Kyle, Jess McDowell, and Maren Coleman Sharrow) who joined forces in Philadelphia late in 2012 to wail the blues fused with honky tonk and early rock n' roll. The ladies are backed by a fierce band of five fine gentleman: Anam Owili-Eger (keys), Frank Velardo (guitar), Chad Brown (drums), Jonathan Davenport (upright bass), and Ansel Barnum (harmonica). Together they revamp old favorites and write new tunes you've already had in your head.

The Donuts

Much like their culinary namesake, the Donuts are nothing more than musical empty calories. You can't resist them even though you know that they are bad for you. When it's all over, you will be disgusted with yourself for having succumbed to the fleeting pleasures that they provided. Enjoy!



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