Chameleon Club Presents...
Darry Miller & The Veil, Last Scene In Reno, Jesse Baker Band, Katy Glorioso
223 North Water Street
Lancaster, PA, 17603
This event is all ages
Central PA musical artist Kingsfoil focuses on finding ways to capture the emotional nuances of life through catchy lyrics and interesting music. Since hitting the music scene in 2007 with their debut EP “Bear in the Attic”, the indie pop rock band has shared dates with many national artists including The Goo Goo Dolls, Stone Temple Pilots, OAR, The Neon Trees, Far East Movement, Parachute, We The Kings, Creed, Anberlin, The Ting Tings, Chiddy Bang, and Lovedrug. Now riding on a Summer 2010 release of their critically acclaimed self-released LP “On Our Own Together,” the band continues to show they have a unique but enjoyable sound. Support from world renowned Philadelphia radio station 88.5 WXPN has helped the band dive headlong into conquering the mid-Atlantic region and beyond with energetic live performances and their signature songwriting. Kingsfoil frontman Jordan Davis’ strong vocals soar above carefully crafted arrangements by bandmates Tristan Martin (guitar, keys), and Tim Warren (bass). As their recent feature in Beatweek Magazine pointed out, “each new endeavor the Kingsfoil boys take on seems to make them increasingly popular and marketable.” At the very least they’re trying to make great music and have fun.
If Kingsfoil was a candy we would be sweet and tasty but wouldn't harm your teeth... so you could enjoy us as much as you wanted!
Darry Miller & The Veil
From an early age, Darry Miller’s life has been filled with music. His mom took him to his dad’s gigs as a baby and when he got his first drum set at three, he showed an intuitive ability to play. It wasn’t long before he was sitting in with the band, cutting his teeth on rock and roll.
As he got older, he began playing around with digital recording equipment and spent his formative years alone in the basement with it, experimenting with the layering of sounds, tones, harmonies and beats, igniting a true passion for music and an understanding of how powerful it can be.
The solitude Darry found in his basement while recording those first songs lent an intimacy to his lyrics then that he carries through to his songs today. Trying to understand life, love, loss and ambitions are a constant theme and are easily related to by his growing fan base. That fan base started when he passed some demos around to his friends at school and continues to expand as more people are turned on to his unique combination of pop, funk, blues and Americana.
In 2009, Darry signed with the independent label Ripple Creative Records and now tours with several very talented band members: Mike Elliot, Alan Greiner, Dylan Madar, and Derek Jenkins.
Last Scene In Reno
Hailing from Lancaster, PA, these four friends are on a mission to
create infectious songs with their catchy hooks, soaring guitars, and
one of the tightest drum/bass rhythm sections around. In May of 2012,
Last Scene in Reno released their debut EP, “You Act As If I Have a
Choice”, which is available on iTunes:
"'You Act As If I Have A Choice' is a fine example of all the things
that people love about pop-punk. Fine drumming? Check. Gang vocals?
Check. Half-tempo, final choruses? Check. Vocal harmonies? Check.
Dueling vocals? Check. It’s all there in fine style. Overall, Last
Scene in Reno has crafted an EP that will define your summer, and take
you back to your high school glory days. It’s a fine piece of work
that begs for repeated listens, and evokes anticipation for more music
from these guys. You can hear their passion for what they do with
every note; something that many bands and novelty mainstream acts lack
these days" - Robbie Goldovich, hercampus.com/ (Apr 15, 2012)
Last Scene in Reno's latest single, "Crazy", is available for FREE
download at www.soundcloud.com/lastsceneinreno
Jesse Baker Band
"I am an independent artist from central Pennsylvania.
"Tearing Down The Walls" is my introduction to the world as an artist. Written, recorded, and produced in my small bedroom studio, it is a true representation of myself. Although it was not created to the industry standard of modern recordings, I believe it is honest work that people can relate to.
I was fortunate to collaborate with very talented musicians during the start of this musical adventure. They invested in my music with little return besides the moments we shared performing. The lineup has changed with time; I now work with a solid group of guys who eat, sleep, and breathe music. There is no doubt in my mind that they will push my music to the next level (and possibly many levels after that).
Honesty is the most important characteristic of our band. We'd rather be under-estimated than over-blown. We try to maintain an honest appearance by simply sharing our work and connecting with others. What you see is what you get! Work hard and let the music speak for itself.
Thanks for listening,