The Reese Project (TRP) plays lively music that rocks, pops & plays it cool; mesmerizing to watch with a funky, Monk-rocks out flavor like Bach having lunch with BB King. TRP includes something for every musical taste, from jazz, blues & funk to celtic & classical music. Mesmerizing to watch, this unique quartet combines flute, cello, guitar & drums. Gorgeous compositions weave elements from around the world into up-tempo, high energy music and haunting sounds that flow from calypso to waltz feels. They’re appealing to see & hear (listen for Tom’s trademark “Yeah!”) and have played to sold out venues[Read more...]
Archive for November 2009
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Mutt looked like a policeman even out of uniform. His ramrod straight posture and steady stride as he walked down Market Street informed people that Elizabethtown was being protected.
Clyde (Mutt) Coble was the town’s only police officer from 1930 until he retired as Police Chief in 1950 and he was succeeded by Joe Mumma. Everyone knew him by his nickname; most people didn’t even know his real first name. He was called Mutt as a kid and it stuck for a lifetime.
Well known throughout Central PA for his unique playing style, Elizabethtown’s own Alex Brubaker has been emerging through the local music scene with a host of performances that turn heads and bring an appreciation for his music by both young and old. Being only 20 years old, he has gone from showing seasoned musicians two to three times his age a whole different way to play to inspiring teenagers only a few years younger than him who have just picked up a guitar for the first time, everyone is able to attest to his musical ingenuity. His music would best[Read more...]
The Elizabethtown Public Library will be closed Wednesday, November 25 through Sunday November 29 for the Thanksgiving holiday.
The Etown College students of Justin Badgerow are featured in recital at the coffeehouse.
He’s home again and ready to premier the new cd — come listen an purchase a copy this holiday weekend. Well known throughout Central PA for his unique playing style, Alex Brubaker has been emerging through the local music scene with a host of performances that turn heads and bring an appreciation for his music by both young and old. Being only 20 years old, he has gone from showing seasoned musicians two to three times his age a whole different way to play to inspiring teenagers only a few years younger than him who have just picked up a[Read more...]
Influences: Saves the day,Morrissey,The Spill Canvas, Kevin Devine, The get up kids, jets to brazil,Brand New,Tegan and Sara, Foo Fighters, Say Anything,Bayside, Fleetwood Mac, The Frames/Glen hansard, The postal Service, Jamison Parker, Manchester Orchestra, Wolf Parade, Merit, The New Amsterdams, Rookie of the year, Rory, The Smiths,..The beatles, This Day and age, The Moldy Peaches, Backseat Goodbye, Gregory and The Hawk, Death cab for cutie
Guitars, drums, vocals — were alot like the newer rock with some shredding G&R type riffs, and some grungy stuff with a hint of punk.