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Green Tea Revival – Mar 28th28Mar 2015- 8:00pm -
Formed in early 2011, Green Tea Revival features the dynamic, breath-taking vocals of young Jess Zimmerman! Jess is backed by a 4-piece band of seasoned entertainment industry pros! The band has performed in concerts and fairs,private parties and corporate affairs, clubs and dance halls, and fund-raisers and specialty weddings! Check them out this weekend at the BBT! view details
Transistor Radio – April 3rd03Apr 2015- 8:00pm -
Bands come and go. Trends pass. Genres bend and blur. Music lives on. The music of Transistor Radio is a collection of original songs from the pens of three songwriters. Three slightly different stylists who share one collective vision. Acoustic music. Creative chemistry.
Veteran producer, musician and songwriter Steven Courtney formed the band with the intent of expanding his own writing demographic. Well known as an award winning recording artist in the kindie genre, he has also released numerous titles in the soft pop/folk rock category with his prior project Band of Friends.
Performing songwriter Lisa Lewis has emerged from the role of backing vocalist to the center stage with her soulful vocal stylings and warm tones. She contributes her own original tunes and co-writes with band mates Courtney and DeRose. June 2013 brought in the release of her self titled debut album Lisa Lewis with a mix of originals and contemporary CCM covers.
Singer/Songwriter Mark DeRose work has been dubbed as “Feel Good Music!”
Over the years, DeRose has had the pleasure of opening for national touring artists Rusted Root, Gin Blossoms, Michelle Branch, Edwin McCain, Blues Traveler and Josh Kelley. Additionally, he has had the good fortune of having his music featured for use on daytime television.
Transistor Radio is currently in the studio tracking their debut album. Pulling from a vault deep with possibility the band is excited to see the album taking shape as they play their own songs, their own instruments and craft subtle yet powerful acoustic music.
The Local Corn Band – April 4th04Apr 2015- 8:00pm -
Local Corn is a southern York County band playing country rock,bluegrass, southern rock and blues.
Members: Tom Wood – Vocals, guitar, harmonica, mandolin
Randy Hake – Vocals, guitar, lap steel
Adam Stoltz – guitar, fiddle, mandolin
Steve Williams – bass guitar
Bryan Dixon – guitar, percussion, vocals
Ghost Light Radio Show – April 10th10Apr 2015- 8:00pm -
In the mid 70’s a group of young men who shared a common interest in music formed a couple of bands called Starburst and Sapphire. As they grew up life allocated much of their time to other things. The overall direction of priorities shifted away from music for the group, but recently priorities have shifted again and they’ve found a rekindled love for music and decided to join up once more.
Andy, his brother Don, and their long time friend Doug have joined forces with Craig Hauser and Ben Pierson. Each member contributes a bit of his own taste in music to their set providing an entertaining mix of classic, modern and alternative rock.
It may have taken some time for this group to finally gel as Ghost Light Radio Show, but a common love for performing music that they enjoy, great friendships, and the sculpting of musical influence throughout the decades really harnesses their abilities to not only shine individually, but also as a great band with a smooth style.
Ben Pierson – Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar
Ben was first inspired to pick up the guitar when he heard Disarm by The Smashing Pumpkins. As a high school senior in Montrose, Pennsylvania, Ben borrowed his grandfather’s old classical guitar and started figuring out more songs he enjoyed at the time. After some lessons from a local guitar teacher, Ben went off to Millersville University and formed his first band, Lucid. The band was short-lived, but the seed was planted. Since those early days, it has been a fruitful journey for Ben, singing and playing the guitar. He is excited to continue that journey with the guys in Ghost Light Radio Show. Be sure to tune in and turn it up!
Craig Hauser – Lead Guitar, Mandolin
Craig Hauser is a classically trained musician who loves to rock. His torrid affair with the guitar began at age thirteen when he attended a Jimi Hendrix concert. Craig began his formal education at The Philadelphia Music Academy, followed by University of Idaho where he earned both his bachelors and masters degrees in music education and performance. One of Craig’s proudest moments was opening for his hero Johnny Winter at Lancaster’s Chameleon. Though he prefers vintage instruments lately he’s been performing with his own custom guitars. Craig usually has a guitar in his hands whether it’s one he’s playing or one he’s repairing or restoring for a customer.
Don Homsher – Percussion, Vocals
Don notices and appreciates the percussion instruments in music of nearly any genre. He first played percussion in a band in high school. Here we are years later and Don has decided to reprise that roll with Ghost Light Radio Show. His influences are widely varied from The Jackson 5 to Led Zeppelin. Don’s other interests are practically as diverse as his taste in music. He enjoys spending time at the beach with his family and supporting Penn State at almost every home game. Don is happy to contribute and always ready with a smile.Don’s other interests are nearly as diverse as his taste in music. He enjoys spending time at the beach with his family and supporting Penn State at almost every home game. Don is happy to contribute and always ready with a smile.Don notices and appreciates the percussion instruments in music of nearly any genre. He first played percussion in a band in high school. Here we are years later and Don has reprised that roll with Ghost Light Radio Show. His influences are widely varied from The Jackson 5 to Led Zeppelin.Don’s other interests are nearly as diverse as his taste in music. He enjoys spending time at the beach with his family and supporting Penn State at almost every home game. Don is happy to contribute and always ready with a smile.
Doug Kauffman – Drums, Vocals
Doug was born and raised in Lancaster County. He started playing the drums at an early age and this interest followed him throughout his high school years when he formed a band, and played at local gigs throughout Lancaster County. He took some time off to raise a family and to pursue other interests. Doug decided that he needed to start drumming again and before he knew it he was back into the music world. At one point, for many years, Doug was a competitive runner. He met his goal of running the Boston Marathon. Today, in addition to his music, he loves riding motorcycle, hiking, camping, and spending time with his family.
Andy Homsher – Bass, Vocals
Andy’s interest in music began in elementary school when he started playing bass viol. He then auditioned for and played in the Lancaster Youth Symphony Orchestra. In high school Andy began playing electric bass with a group of friends. They formed a band that played in local bars, school dances and private parties. He stopped playing for a time, but at the urging of his family picked up the bass again and was right back into the enjoyment of playing music. Though he has had many hobbies, racing bicycles, riding motorcycles and stand up paddle boarding to name a few, his favorite way to spend his time is practicing with the guys or playing a gig.
- See more at: http://ghostlightradioshow.com
J.P. Harris – April 11th11Apr 2015- 8:00PM -
J.P. Harris and The Tough Choices play Country Music. Period. No “pop-,” “alt-,” “rock-,” “folk-,” etc. prefixes. Sick and tired of the modern Pop-Country filth broadcast shamelessly and persistently across our beautiful countrysides, The Tough Choices set out to right the wrongs done to a music so classically and quintessentially American. As we speak, Hank Williams, Buck Owens, Carl Smith, and countless other champions of Honky Tonk are rolling in their graves, groaning with disgust over the watered-down contemporary excuse that the “Country” music industry presents us for music. Save a few Randy Travis gems and Alan Jackson hits, this flim-flam is pathetic, at best.
Hey there everyone, we have events coming up that we wanted to tell you about. The month of February sure is looking like a good time around our neck of the woods.
Send the football season off in style at the Burning Bridge Tavern.
The first event is a $2 dollar drafts special for Superbowl Sunday during the entire length of the game, come on down for some wings, beers and cheers!
Polar Plunge Specials
We will be running specials through the afternoon and evening on February 7th, the day of the Polar Plunge over at the John Wright Restaurant.
Valentines Day With Brittany Opperman
Come spend Valentines Day with Brittany Opperman at the BBT for our dinner for two special. For $22 you get two featured entrees, two desserts and two glasses of champagne.