Ted Vigil's Tribute to John Denver

Friday, September 28, 2018 - 8:00 PM

John Denver is alive and well with Ted Vigil! With his uncanny resemblance to John Denver, both physically and vocally, singer/songwriter Ted Vigil has stunned audiences across the country with his tribute performances.

Born and raised in the same open air which John Denver so deeply cherished, Vigil recreates the original concert experience in his tribute to John Denver. Ted’s incredible voice and likeness elevates this show to the most accurate representation of any artist your likely to see on stage.


Dancin Machine : Retro Dance Party

Saturday, September 29, 2018 - 8:00 PM

Get out your bell bottom jeans and polyester shirt! Recapture the days of Boogie Fever and do The Hustle to all of the top Disco hits of the 70’s. It’s time to party with the East Coast’s hottest Disco tribute! Dancin Machine makes every event a party! It Only Takes a Minute to Fall in Love with their Disco Inferno. There Ain’t No Stoppin’them now. So if you were Born to be Alive, get out your Boogie Shoes and Let’s Groove tonight with Dancin Machine! A supberb group of seasoned New York musicians with diverse backgrounds ranging from Pop to Rock, Jazz, Blues and Classical! These guys will have you Shakin Your Booty all night. Dancin Machine will Play That Funky Music that’ll Make You Feel Like Dancing!


The Weeklings

Friday, October 5, 2018 - 8:00 PM

The Weeklings channel the music of The Beatles. The band performs Beatles material with a style that is at the same time authentic and freshly original—clearly distinguishing their musical approach from anyone on the “Beatles tribute” scene today. For the Weeklings, “channeling” means far more than simple note-for-note reproduction. 

The band lives in the spirit, humor, swagger and bold creativity of the 60s, bringing the Beatles to life, not through costumes and gimmicks, but through their own original edge. They infuse this vision into newly arranged covers such as “Paperback Writer” and “Baby You’re A Rich Man”, as well as in the original Beatles-inspired power pop rock ‘n roll that they compose and record. The Weeklings show their audiences both what The Beatles were, and what they might have produced if they were still together today.


70's Flashback

Saturday, October 6, 2018 - 8:00 PM

70’s Flashback is an 8-piece show band, performing remarkable enactments of the greatest music of the 1970’s. Their playing is almost like seeing your favorite performers onstage.

Amidst a decade of social and political upheaval, the 1970’s laid the foundation for multiple musical styles that continue to captivate the world and influence today’s artists. Rock, pop, folk, soul, disco & punk all carved out their places on our radios and turntables.

Comprised of 7 veteran musicians, 70’s Flashback pays tribute to the greatest groups and artists of the decade – and through their true passion for the music, bring that original excitement to both a new generation & to those who experienced it the first time! 70’s Flashback invites their audiences to step back in time, as they bring to life on stage this incredible soundtrack of a generation. From Carole King & Three Dog Night, to The Doobie Brothers & Led Zeppelin, to Studio 54 & CBGB – 70’s Flashback’s stellar harmonies & note for note musical re-creations leave their fans with a deeper appreciation for the music of this historic decade!

Their high-energy, show stopping performances continue to have audiences singing along to every iconic lyric, dancing in the aisles, and re-living the promise of the grooviest music ever written!



Reverend Jefferson

Sunday, October 7, 2018 - 6:00 PM

Reverend Jefferson is the premier tribute to San Francisco’s legendary Jefferson Airplane. Their psychedelic sound virtually defined the Haight-Ashbury community and the rapidly expanding revolutionary fervor of the times. The album, Surrealistic Pillow, contains both “Somebody to Love” and “White Rabbit ”. Grace Slick, a beautiful, irreverent and often caustic performer, with her siren-song, banshee wail, urging us to “Feed your head,” and her harmonies with bandmates Paul Kantner and Marty Balin became the benchmark of the Airplane sound, which was and remains one of the true voices of a generation. Three members of the Reverend Jefferson band: Joanne Lediger, David Frye, and Scott Petry, are longtime rabid fans of the Airplane, and at the urging of manager conspired to put together what for them, is a labor of love. Vocalist Joanne Lediger (Joe Cocker, Dr. John, Vassar Clements, Jack Casady, Derek Trucks, Cornell Dupree, John Popper, Stir Fried etc. ) has the power and skill to capture the intensity and nuance of Grace Slick at the height of her powers. Ms. Lediger brings Slick’s ice and fire to life like no one else. Guitarist/vocalist David Frye (Gil Parris, Bernie Williams, alternative folk/rockers, The Kennedys, performed with Johnny Winter, Buddy Miles) works with Ms. Lediger to weave together their voices, and having sung together so many years, meld effortlessly. Guitarist David Berg (Dark Star Orchestra, Paul Butterfield, Tiberius, Steve Kimock, Buddy Cage, Vassar Clements) has been a mainstay on the jamband circuit from its beginnings, and is a graduate of Manhattan School of Music. He brings the fiery snap and howl of Jorma Kaukonen’s distinctive and melodic solos. Bassist John Cassano actually studied with the Airplane’s dazzling and thunderous bassist, Jack Casady, and performed with Jack’s partner in Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna, Jorma Kaukonen. John does his instructor proud with his mastering of a bass guitar great’s sound. Scott Petry (Cornell Dupree, Larry Coryell) is the foundation supporting the music as it soars and when it whispers. Mr. Petry is a schooled, seasoned and empathetic musician, using the drums in an almost symphonic approach.


Motor City Revue (The Music of Motown)

Friday, October 12, 2018 - 8:00 PM

Capturing the Distinct Motown Sound

A little more than half a century ago, a new sound took shape in and around Detroit that revolutionized the music industry. Today, the Motor City Revue faithfully recreates that signature Motown sound and, in the process, takes audiences on a journey back in time to where it all began.

The Motor City Revue is an 11-piece band covering popular and rare Motown and Stax hits, plus rock and soul classics. Although there are many bands that cover Motown tunes, few strive to match the vocal harmonies and  instrumental mix that distinguished the original recordings. Motor City Revue was formed to offer music lovers an authentic tribute to the artists and songs that defined a generation.

Motor City Revue will have you dancing and singing along to the songs immortalized by Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, Marvin Gaye, The Temptations, The Supremes and countless others. Come and enjoy Peace, Love and Soul!

Glimmer Twins Rolling Stones Tribute

Saturday, October 13, 2018 - 8:00 PM

What makes The Glimmer Twins such a special attraction is their ability to capture the raw energy of the most electrifying performances throughout The Rolling Stones career, and present it in such a way that audiences are able to experience the same sensation of what it was like to be at a Stones concert in their heyday.

Because of the uncanny resemblances to Mick Jagger & Keith Richards in their prime coupled with the special attention given to the minutest details both musically and visually, The Glimmer Twins deliver a Classic Rolling Stones Experience to their audience.

Dala with the Young Novelists

Thursday, October 18, 2018 - 8:00 PM

Juno nominees and winners of the 2010 Canadian Folk Music Award for Vocal Group of the Year, Amanda Walther and Sheila Carabine of Dala write and sing in harmony best described as angelic. These two best friends met in their high school music class in 2002; they have since released five albums and toured extensively across North America. Darlings of the Canadian music scene, Dala are now poised to bring their fresh brand of acoustic pop music to the world.

Drawing upon influences like The Beatles, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young and Bob Dylan, Dala write songs that are both catchy and insightful. Amanda’s ethereal soprano voice blends seamlessly with Sheila’s velvety alto, creating the lush harmonies that have become their trademark.

“There’s nothing pretentious about Dala’s music; it’s stripped down and laid bare. That’s not to say it is without polish – far from it. Sheila Carabine and Amanda Walther have worked hard to exploit every facet of their extraordinary musical blend, and it would be just as at home in a 1960s coffeehouse as it is now on the contemporary concert stage”. -Andrew Craig, Host of CBC “Canada Live”

The sheer joy with which they perform is infectious, turning first-time listeners into instant fans. Dala are equally entertaining between songs, telling funny and down to earth stories that make every show unique. Dala have opened for artists such as Tom Cochrane, Stuart McLean of the CBC’s Vinyl Café, Richie Havens and Arlo Guthrie. No strangers to the festival scene, they have also performed at The New Orleans Jazz Festival, The Edmonton Folk Festival, California’s Strawberry Festival and Mariposa. In 2009, they were the only Canadian act invited to play at the 50th Anniversary of the Newport Folk Festival.

AM Radio Fix

Friday, October 19, 2018 - 8:00 PM

Slambovian Pre-Halloween Mischief Show

Saturday, October 20, 2018 - 8:00 PM

The Slambovian Pre-Halloween Mischief Show marks the return of one of our most legendary dates ever, and a continuation of the great music and fun we bring to you.

It’s about time and we’re thrilled!

The Slambovians play music that harks back to the idealistic, catchy folk rock of the 1960s and 1970s. But they’re not a nostalgia act. “Instead of rehashing the old stuff, we went back to the well,” says lead singer Joziah Longo. Almost anything (think purple pancakes) can happen at a Gandalf show, and usually does.

Come in costume if you like, and let your imagination go wild. Citing influences as diverse as Hank Williams, Dylan, Bowie, Incredible String Band and early Pink Floyd, Longo describes the band’s music as “punk-classical-hillbilly-Floyd,” and no matter how you’re dressed, you’re guaranteed a rollercoaster of whimsical, thought-provoking songs.

Bovine Social Club - Free

Thursday, October 25, 2018 - 8:00 PM

A free-to-the public show with the Bovine Social Club, this show promises to be a hoedown at the Mauch Chunk Opera House.

Bred on the northern banks of the Delaware River, Bovine Social Club is a grassy, twangy, swinging breed of Americana sounds sure to get your dancing cow on. One wicked lineup of seasoned jam musicians backs the thoughful lyrics of vocalist, philosopher, memoirist and former monk, Samuel Saint Thomas.

The Bovines’ carefully crafted twang-grass songs of longing, loving, picnicking, gardening, confessing, and making the days go slow have sure become something to moo about. Produced by Railroad Earth’s Tim Carbone and happily fertilized by country, bluegrass, folk, and Juju vocabularies, their self-titled debut charted at #7 on the Roots Charts and #37 on the International Americana charts. BSC is one of the fastest growing and most highly respected new Americana bands in the Northeast, sharing some of the finest festival and concert stages with some of the finest talent. Bovine Social Club continues to grow their musical family while each new performance becomes another great experience for their avid fans.


The Sensational Soul Cruisers

Friday, October 26, 2018 - 8:00 PM

The Sensational Soul Cruisers are an 11 man horn group fronted by four soulful vocalists who pay homage and tribute to classic performers from Otis Redding and the Drifters to Barry White and the Commodores. With a lifetime of study and hard work, this group captures and emulates the distinctive style, skill and choreography of a classic show band. The Soul Cruisers are former members of famous R & B and smooth soul groups, capturing the true essence of the Jersey Shore sound and its true R&B roots, the classic Philly Soul, Motown, Disco, Stax, and the music of Earth, Wind & Fire, Chicago.

While the group has been known as the Soul Cruisers for the past 18 years, the rhythm section was known for many years prior to that, being the band behind Eddie Testa, as Eddie and the Cruisers. That band and its name inspired the somewhat popular (albeit entirely fictionally based) movie of the same name.

40 STORY RADIO TOWER W/Musical Guest Luna Tart

Sunday, October 28, 2018 - 6:00 PM

Luna Tart has been tickling fancies for a very long time. She has recorded two albums “Luna Tart Died” and “Send in the Clown” both are occasionally played on WWOZ in New Orleans and who knows where else. Luna’s songs have been interpreted by drag queens and Luna herself got to open up for Jinhx Monsoon. Luna has also been back stage and on stage with Bianca Del Rio and she’ll never stop talking about that. Luna’s website is Lunatart.com it’s old and needs to be dusted off but hey so is she. 

Velvet Caravan

Friday, November 2, 2018 - 8:00 PM

If one were to name one Savannah-based musical act that most exemplifies this time-honored, eclectic and adventurous city, they’d be hard to find a more appropriate ambassador than Velvet Caravan. This unorthodox, high-energy, acoustic-based quintet of guitar, violin, standup bass, percussion and keyboards (including accordion) has, over the past few years, emerged as one of the shining lights of Savannah’s burgeoning music scene. This has resulted in an envelope-pushing group that’s just as successful at dazzling jaded cocktail drinkers as they are at commanding the rapt attention of serious music aficionados in whisper-quiet recital environments. “We try to describe ourselves as a Gypsy Swing Band or Gypsy-Latin-Swing Band, or Gypsy-Tonk-Latin-Swing Band, or Southern-Gypsy-Tonk-Latin-Swing Band, or simply ‘European Redneck Music with a Classical Influence,’” he says with a chuckle “Our ultimate goal is to be a creative, successful and ever-evolving band that makes great music and puts on one hell of a show.”


Chicago Authority (the Music of Chicago)

Saturday, November 3, 2018 - 8:00 PM

“WOW! YOU GUYS SOUND KILLER!” –Keith Howland, Guitarist, Chicago The Chicago Authority is a tribute to the music of one of the most popular and prolific bands of all time: Chicago!

For fifty years Chicago has been one of the world’s top touring acts, and their 2016 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has skyrocketed their popularity and introduced their vast 36-album catalog of music to millions of new fans.

he Chicago Authority pays tribute to that legacy during a three-hour show that mimics the look and duplicates the sound of the touring band. You’ll hear plenty of hits including Make Me Smile, Saturday in the Park, If You Leave Me Now, 25 or 6 to 4, Hard Habit to Break, and Colour My World, plus selected album cuts such as Introduction, In the Country, and Flight 602.

Celebrate a 50-year musical legacy and a new-again Hall of Fame popularity with a band that has been called “the best Chicago tribute band in the world”, The Chicago Authority!

Paul DesLauriers Band

Thursday, November 8, 2018 - 8:00 PM

The Paul DesLauriers Band is made up of guitarist and singer Paul DesLauriers, and the rhythm section of Greg Morency on bass and Sam Harrisson on drums. Having worked together on various projects for nearly 20 years, the band has become bound by friendship and an unshakable mutual respect.

These Montreal-based, Canadian Blues veterans blend rock with straight-ahead blues in a way that echoes the vibe of the great power trios from the 60’s and 70’s, yet they take the music to another level via modern stylings and an attack that’s free of clichés. It’s all wondrously peppered with pleasing funky bass lines and a swamp-blues backbeat.

Having garnered top blues awards at festivals dating from since their inception, At the 32nd International Blues Challenge (IBC), the world’s largest gathering of blues acts, they rose to the top to take the runner-up title in the Band category in a competition that saw 119 bands competing for a spot on the podium.


Start Making Sense - The Talking Heads

Friday, November 9, 2018 - 8:00 PM

If David Byrne is one of the geniuses of modern times, then Start Making Sense is a tribute to genius.

The musicians in this 7-piece band recreate the music and the magic of the Talking Heads’ entire career, and they do it flawlessly. Together they bring the Heads’ blockbuster live show to the stage once again, with front man Jon Braun as a spot-on David Byrne, along with the same throbbing beat and musicality of the original.

The talent in this band is hard to overstate: this band can flat-out play. Non-stop.

Prepare yourself for a rockin’, funkin’, dance celebration of the New Wave art-punk you loved from the 80’s!


Linda Ronstadt Experience

Saturday, November 10, 2018 - 8:00 PM

The Linda Ronstadt Experience is a National Touring Act showcasing the songs that Linda Ronstadt made famous. The Band’s core members recently teamed up with two young talents from Nashville. Stepping into the musical role of Linda Ronstadt is the incomparable multi-talented powerhouse vocalist Tristan McIntosh. Tristan who made a national name for herself when she auditioned for American Idol and performed Mickey Guyton’s “Why Baby Why” which brought the judges to tears and earned her a “Golden Ticket” to Hollywood to compete in the final season of the long-running television series. Tristan went on to become a fan favorite and finished in the Top 6. The Linda Ronstadt Experience covers all “The Hits” from the early beginnings of Linda’s career with The Stone Poneys’ “Different Drum” through the breakthrough Hit “You’re No Good” into the 1970’s chart toppers like The Everly Brothers “When Will I Be Loved”, Buddy Holly’s. “That’ll Be The Day”, Roy Orbison’s emblematic “Blue Bayou” and onto the early 1980’s with songs by Elvis Costello, The Hollies, The Knickerbockers, Little Feat and so many more. Follow The Linda Ronstadt Experience as Tristan McIntosh and company bring Linda’s music into the 21st century!

Cedric Burnside

Friday, November 16, 2018 - 8:00 PM

“My school was a juke joint/From a kid till I was grown/And blues is really/All I ever known”

Take one glance at the iconic tintype photograph which serves as the cover to his new album, “Benton County Relic,” and you know immediately that Cedric Burnside is the real deal. “When I first saw it, I thought I looked like an outlaw,” he laughs.

He still lives on several acres not far from the Holly Springs, Mississippi, home where he was raised by “Big Daddy,” his grandfather, the late singer/songwriter/guitarist R.L. Burnside whom Cedric famously played with, just as his own father, drummer Calvin Jackson, did. Cedric was literally born to the blues, more specifically, the “rhythmically unorthodox” Hill country variant which emerged from Mississippi, where he grew up surrounded (and influenced) by Junior Kimbrough, Jessie May Hemphill and Otha Turner, as well as delta musicians T-Model Ford and Paul “Wine” Jones.

Grammy-nominated in 2015 for Best Blues Album for the Cedric Burnside Project’s Descendants of Hill Country, as well as the recipient of the Blues Music Awards honor as Drummer of the Year for four consecutive years, Cedric’s latest album offers a showcase for his electric and acoustic guitar, recording 26 tracks in just two days with drummer/slide guitarist Brian Jay in the latter’s Brooklyn home studio in a rush of creativity.

And while Cedric humbly refers to himself in the album’s title, the music within is anything but ancient, the rich tradition of Hill country blues dragged kicking and screaming into the modern-day with crackling electricity amid its nod to life’s essentials. If the blues has traditionally been about getting through hard times, “Benton County Relic” offers the kind of deep baring of the soul that enables us to transcend oppression, whether in the 19th century or in the precarious present.

Last Waltz Celebration by The 'The Band' Band

Saturday, November 17, 2018 - 8:00 PM

The original Band’s final performance, in San Francisco’s Winterland Ballroom, was called The Last Waltz, and set the standard by which all farewell concerts are measured. We celebrate that great night back in 1976!

The Band produced some of the most original and soulful music that set the standard for contemporary music in Anerica with classics like Up on Cripple Creek, The Weight, Ophelia, It Makes No Difference, and I Shall Be Released.

The Last Waltz Celebration features The ‘The Band’ Band’s 3-piece horn section, as well as the full 5 pieces of the ‘The Band’ Band. One in the audience last summer said “I had no idea how much I loved The Band!”

As with the original Last Waltz, when Bill Graham catered the show to acknowledge a historic event, the Opera House will serve hors d’oeuvre by 14-Acre Farm.


Harvest Jam 2018 - W/Free Range Folk

Wednesday, November 21, 2018 - 7:00 PM

Come celebrate the bounty of the harvest with a heavenly dinner from the 14 Acre Farm and an evening of music by Free Range Folk.


Nov 23, 2018 - Nov 24, 2018

If you love The Eagles, then this is the show to see. With an intimate room, phenomenal sound, all seats close, and a great listening and viewing balcony, it all adds up to a great opportunity to experience your own style of Eaglemania!

With a passion for perfection, Eaglemania brings the ultimate Eagles experience, scrupulously delivering the harmonies and musicianship of one of the greatest bands of all time.

Formed in 1971 by Glen Frey, Don Henley, Bernie Leadon and Randy Meisner, they later added Don Felder, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmitt. With five number one singles, six Grammys, five American Music Awards, and six number one albums, the Eagles were (and continue to be) one of the most successful musical acts ever.


Thursday, November 29, 2018 - 8:00 PM

Even the most dire circumstance can offer opportunity for new beginnings. Just ask singer/songwriter Blake Christiana or any of the other members of the once Brooklyn based Americana band called Yarn. He’ll point to the band’s album, the boldly optimistic, This Is the Year. A seamless blend of vibrant, inspired, back porch melodies and narrative, descriptive lyrics that detail the challenges faced when one’s life is jolted off its bearings, the record documents in detail the band’s determination to move forward. It’s an album about sometimes skirting the rules, a tack that was inspired by musicians they admire—Waylon and Willie, Merle Haggard and other Texas troubadours with a distinctly renegade reputation. In an era of click-bait and sound bites, Yarn provides a real experience.  They’re not just a live band, they’re a band for people who want to live.


Twelve Twenty Four TSO Christmas Event

Nov 30, 2018 - Dec 2, 2018

A holiday show featuring the music of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.

Twelve Twenty Four brings their high energy, full-scale holiday rock orchestra concert back to the Northeast this year. Featuring the music of the Trans Siberian Orchestra (TSO), along with selections from their debut album, Miracle on Rock Street, and this year’s newest release, Light in the Dark, for a one-of-a-kind holiday experience!

This year’s shows will feature songs from their newest release, “Light in the Dark,” their 2010 debut CD, “Miracle on Rock Street,” and all the favorite Trans-Siberian Orchestra songs people have come to love over the years.

Established in 2002, 12/24 performs its Christmas music with a theatrical, rock edge and combines it with a narrated storyline to create a family friendly holiday show suitable for all ages.

Craig Thatcher and Friends Rockin’ Christmas

Saturday, December 8, 2018 - 8:00 PM

Experience the Holiday show that has become a popular and much-anticipated Christmas-Season Favorite in Jim Thorpe.

Albert Castiglia

Thursday, December 13, 2018 - 8:00 PM

Rubix Kube - 80's Strike Back Show

Friday, December 14, 2018 - 8:00 PM

RUBIX KUBE is taking the universe by storm as the most original ‘80s tribute band of all time. Its one-of-a-kind “THE EIGHTIES STRIKE BACK Show” is performed in their NYC headquarters, across the planet, and to galaxies far . . far away. The KUBE is more than just a cover band – it’s a totally awesome, true ‘80s Experience! Every super-charged show takes it to the max and guarantees to set the roof on fire and burn down the house. (Metaphorically speaking of course).

RUBIX KUBE is led by a male and female dynamic duo of karma chameleons, able to transform in the-blink-of-an-eye into the voice and character of any ‘80s icon. Madonna, Michael Jackson, Cher, Prince, Devo, Bon Jovi, Guns N’ Roses, and more teleport right before your eyes on the same stage, in one concert! Their supporting sidekicks are some of the most-excellent and versatile musicians around, including Steve Brown of the million-selling Rock band TRIXTER and David Z from The Trans-Siberian Orchestra. All are decked out in vibrant, vintage ‘80s threads and with enough hairspray to take down Freddy Krueger, The Terminator, Beetlejuice, and all The Gremlins at once. The KUBE is able to crank out Pop, Rock, New Wave, Dance and Hair Metal hits from the decade of decadence, and perform them just like the originals – yet with their own gnarly twist.

Talkshow host Kelly Ripa has praised RUBIX KUBE as “Amazing. You definitely have to check it out, it’s so much fun. It’s like going back to The Eighties!”

RUBIX KUBE has shared the stage with actual ‘80s rockstars & legends including: Tiffany, Debbie Gibson, Bret Michaels of Poison, Dee Snider of Twisted Sister, MC Hammer, Night Ranger, Mike Score of A Flock Of Seagulls, Colin Hay of Men At Work, Taylor Dayne, and Tone Loc. RUBIX KUBE has had featured TV segments & interviews on The TODAY Show, FUSE, FOX News, Bethenny and parts on hit reality TV shows “Cake Boss” and “Dirty Money”. The ever-expanding list of celebrity fan attendees include: Kelly Ripa, Katie Couric, Lance Bass & Chris Kirkpatrick (of N ‘Sync), Boomer Esiason, Mark Sanchez, Miley Cyrus, and Ivanka Trump.

Audiences of all ages . . prepare for the most bodacious, totally rad and ultimate time-warp back to The Eighties with RUBIX KUBE!!


Tuesday, January 1, 2019 - 12:00 AM

Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen

Friday, January 4, 2019 - 8:00 PM

Frank Solivan is well on his way to becoming one of the biggest names in contemporary bluegrass. His award-winning ensemble Dirty Kitchen has found an audience that appreciates the genre’s traditions while at the same time embraces its progression…Frank Solivan has accomplished something truly special by combining his formidable band mates and talented friends with his terrific cousins and amazing parents. He’s carefully chosen songs that highlight the incredible influence of music on his life and arranged them in a manner that demonstrates his mastery of the craft. The range of genuine emotion that Frank has managed to capture is as varied and impressive as the amount of instruments on the record. He’s clearly put every ounce of his heart into this project and his listenership is being rewarded with the result. In the end, Family, Friends & Heroes is more than just another outstanding album, it’s an audible tribute to the people who make Frank Solivan possible. Read the full review… – Bill Rudd, The Lot Scene (March 2016)


Wednesday, January 1, 2020 - 1:00 AM

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