“This group plays a smooth and upbeat brand of blues, highlighted by Skyla’s rangeful and soulful voice and feisty guitar work, which she often trades off with Mark, resulting in some fiery guitar jams.”
Blues On The Loose
Blues On The Loose is just that. Assembled of 4 veteran working musicians from Southcentral Pennsylvania who chose to develop their blues backgrounds and give back by preserving and contributing to the legacy of blues music. Reverent ballads, swing, hokum and even a little blues rock infect our delivery, be it an original song or a re-crafted traditional. BOTL embraces a style that encompasses a cross section of blues music from early 20th century through today.
The Martini Brothers
The Martini Brothers hail from Harrisburg and are Pennsylvania’s favorite Roots, Rock and Rockabilly band. Over 25 years and going strong. Fun stuff! The Martini Brothers are Deuce Gibb (Guitar), Mike Mead (Bass) and Rej Troup on drums.
The Band Who Sold The World
Fronted by Harrisburg living legend Shea Quinn, The Band Who Sold The World are a powerful tribute and celebration of the music of the iconic David Bowie.
The Mighty Klucks
This new band is a power blues trio comprised of Todd Klucker on guitar, Christina Klucker on bass and Sam Welday on drums.
The Lancaster based Little Leroys crank out Roots-tastic Rock, Atypical Blues, Rehabilitated Honky-Tonk, Roots Rock, Blues, and Honky Tonk in a Signature “Lounge-A-Billy” style!
Harrisburg Jazz Collective
The Harrisburg Jazz Collective (formerly River City Big Band) is a classic 16-piece jazz band led by jazz pianist Steve Rudolph & trumpeter Bill Perbetsky. It consists of 4 trumpets, 4 trombones, 5 saxes, piano, bass and drums and plays the classic big band repertoire – Buddy Rich, Thad Jones, Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Stan Kenton and more, plus original compositions and arrangements from our members and friends.
New Cumberland Town Band
Since 1946 the beloved NCTB has been delighting audiences with marches, show tunes, light classics and holiday concerts. This 50+ member group will perform their annual Fathers Day concert on Saturday, June 18 at 10 a.m. in Borough Park. A great warm up to the music festival!