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Thursday, 11 June 2009 18:22

7:30 TO 10:00PM - CD RELEASE PARTY

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Bob Dorough DuetsBob Dorough - DUETS
The Deer Head Inn, Main Street, Delaware Water Gap.
570-424-2000
$30 Admission, includes CD 

On Wednesday, September 5th the Deer Head Inn, Delaware Water Gap, PA will host a record release party for the new Bob Dorough Duets, a CD that benefits the Delaware Water Gap Celebration of the Arts. The listening party begins at 7pm.

Bob will talk about all the songs on the CD, as the music is debuted for the very first time publically. He will also answer questions and sign CDs.

Writing about Bob Dorough Duets, jazz journalist Dan Morgenstern said, “The results are wonderful …There are highlights on every number… pairing [Bob] with like-minded performers in a program of new and unique interpretations of gems from his rich catalog of songs… no wonder, then, that the music on this great CD has the warmth of an in-gathering of old and new friends.”

The admission of $30 includes a copy of the CD.  A limited addition poster will be on sale. All the proceeds benefit COTA. Reservations suggested.

more information HERE

Thursday, 11 June 2009 18:20

Wednesday, September 5

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5

Thursday, 11 June 2009 15:07

7:30PM - VINNY BIANCHI AND LA CUCHINA

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Vinny Bianchi - tenor saxophone
Marko Marcinko - keyboards, percussion
Bill Washer - guitar
Paul Rostock - bass
Danny Gonzalez - drums, percussion
Bob Valez - congas, percussion


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Thursday, 11 June 2009 14:58

8:00PM - SHEILAMARK BAND

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SheilaMark Band

Mark Hamza - Hammond organ
Sheila Stratton - vocals
BIg Dady Dex - guitar & vocals
Rick Statsman - drums

This is a Hammond organ driven, female fronted band. We do Blues, Rock, Zydeco and many popular songs of the day and yesterday.

We have great performers in this band. Mark Hamza is the B3 player, who plays a modified Hammond organ that allows him to play all the bass lines with his feet. Our singer, Sheila Stratton, spotlights the great female Blues and Rock singers from the 40's to the present.

Our guitar player, Big Daddy Dex, is a veteran Blues and Rock singer/guitarist who compliments Sheila's singing. His guitar playing provides a contrast to the organ. Rick Statsman, a graduate of Berklee School of Music, plays drums with uncanny empathy for our band. The SheilaMark Band plays a lively mix of tunes to get the audience up and dancing. We provide a unique and huge sound.

http://www.sheilamarkproductions.com/?section=bio

Thursday, 11 June 2009 14:59

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 9

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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9

Thursday, 11 June 2009 10:31

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 8

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8

Thursday, 11 June 2009 18:28

ONGOING THROUGHOUT THE DAY

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Strolling Musicians:
THE LOST RAMBLERS
John Updike - 5 string banjo
Neil Morris - guitar
Jim Schaffer - bass
Scott Eager - mandolin
H. David Husic - violin

MARK HAMZA
Mark Hamza - accordion

Children's Area:
Maria Horn - storytelling
Rick Peoples - guitar, vocals, storytelling



 

Thursday, 11 June 2009 18:28

ONGOING THROUGHOUT THE DAY

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Strolling Musicians:
THE DIXIE GENTS

Bob Leive - trumpet
Rick Chamberlain - trombone
Ray Schweisguth - banjo
Jim Daniels - tuba

 

Children's Area:
Maria Horn - storytelling

Drum Crazy: Sherrie Maricle & Skip Detrick
 

 

 

Thursday, 11 June 2009 18:20

Friday, September 7

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7

Thursday, 11 June 2009 14:58

1:30PM - BOB DOROUGH & FRIENDS

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Bob Dorough

Bob Dorough - piano, vocals
Steve Berger - guitar
Pat O'Leary - bass
Tom Whaley - drums
Tom Hamilton - saxophone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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