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  • Broke Down Hustlers – May 28th

    May 2015
    - 8:00pm -


    Conceived in a tree, born in a campfire, Brokedown Hustlers are an acoustic band of the truest grit and originality. Singing tales of booze fueled mischief , heartache, and lawless debauchery, the band blends cleverly crafted lyrics with original acoustic composition, creating a style all their own. view details

  • J.D. Sage and the Daggnabbits – May 29th

    May 2015
    - 8:00 PM -


    J.D. SAGE is a songwriter originally from Darlington, MD., currently residing in South Central Pennsylvania.

    He began crafting songs in the style of John Prine, Steve Earle, & Merle Haggard with Southern Rock influences when he was 19 years old., drawing on his Appalachian ancestry. J.D. cut his teeth in the Baltimore/DC coffeehouse circuit and in the human juke box joints, recording two projects of original songs, (“The Bitter End”,” Somewhere Between”), in the early 1990’s.

    J.D. garnered a publishing deal with RMG Publishing and moved to Nashville in 1995, writing songs, cutting demo’s and learning the trade. With a number of RMG and C&P Publishing contracts, he played numerous high profile places including the famous Bluebird Cafe, The Exit/Inn, Billy Blocks Western Beat Show, Radio Cafe, and the hallowed Windows on the Cumberland.

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  • The Youngers – May 30th

    May 2015
    - 8:00pm -

    the-youngers-webThe Youngers – Bio

    n.    Something that is passed down from preceding generations; a tradition.


    In 2001 Todd Bartolo, lead singer/songwriter/guitarist and driving force behind roots rock outfit, The Youngers, acquired mounted bullhorns from Bill Monroe’s estate sale. The artifact from the bluegrass founder’s personal collection hangs from an archway in Bartolo’s home and serves as a daily reminder of the importance of heritage in his life and music. “Previous generations established foundations, that their lives and achievements would be the basis for future generations to come” said Bartolo, from the band’s home base of Mohnton, PA view details

  • Grand Ole’ Ditch – June 5th

    Jun 2015
    - 8:00pm -


    Grand Ole’ Ditch is all about having some new fun with that old Appalachian sound. They began as a home-brewed bluegrass band out of the mountain town of Cumberland MD, deriving their name from an important piece of Western Maryland history: the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. The Canal, nicknamed the Grand Old Ditch, carried coal from the Allegheny Mountains to the East Coast during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Bluegrass told the story of the people of this era, and was an essential part of their culture. view details

  • Ghost Light Radio Show – June 6th

    Jun 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. view details

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  • May 8th & May 9th Live Music and Keep the Glass


    Join us this weekend!

    This weekend we are celebrating 20 years of Blue Moon with live music by Corty Byron, Friday and Steel Blossoms on Saturday. Keep your glass, see you at 8pm!

    May 8th – Blue Moon Night – Keep the Glass – Corty Byron

    bbtpa-corty-byron-1At 27 years old, guitarist/vocalist/songwriter, Corty Byron has been active as a musician for over a decade. He released two solo projects (2011′s “Histrionic EP” & 2010′s “Endless North”), opened for / performed with artists like Gregg Allman, The Doobie Brothers, Dave Mason, Bruce Hornsby, The Gin Blossoms, Hot Tuna, Jimmy Vivino… and has become a fixture of his hometown Central Pennsylvania music scene, as well as being a seasoned road hound, gigging his way from Manhattan to Memphis, Austin to Vegas and all points in between.
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