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April 24, 7-9pm: Drum & Chant Workshop w/ Jim Donovan (founding member, Rusted Root)

Posted on 02 April 2014 (0)

Jim Donovan tamborine LIGHTALL NEW MATERIAL!

Thursday, April 24, 7-9pm.  One night workshop!

Cost: $35 in advance; $45 at door. To Register Online:

Melt your stress with Drum & Chant. Clear Your Mind. Get Re-Energized. Learn Powerful techniques to help you feel great everyday.  Beginners are always warmly welcomed. Drums are provided.

The Drum & Chant Workshop shows you how to:

  • Energize the brain and clear the mind
  • Lessen resistance & fear
  • Create deep relaxation and stress relief
  • Expand conscious awareness
  • Unblock energetic and emotional congestion
  • Open creative inspiration and expression

Enjoy learning how to improve the quality of your life by using the power of sound to effectively unblock, transform, and increase your energy. Through the group drumming, chanting and breathwork, you will learn how to gain energized mental clarity, reduce fear and anxiety, unblock emotional congestion, open creative inspiration and to expand your conscious awareness.

Drumming and chanting with others is an ancient practice that people have used for millennia all over the globe to connect, heal, learn, witness and celebrate with each other. It’s only been in the last few hundred years that many people in our modern cultures have stopped connecting in this way.

Join us to reclaim and experience this powerful and comforting way of being together in community. Advance registration recommended. Space is very limited.

Cost: $35 in advance; $45 at door. To Register Online:


April 25 – House Concert, Chad Elliott (Iowa) with Bejae Fleming & Jackie Blount

Posted on 02 April 2014 (0)







Friday, April 25th, 2014  7:00pm, $10  BYOB. Limited Open Seating – RSVP Required: 724.452.0539.

About Chad Elliott:

“…Chad Elliott stands out as a timeless and genuine musical poet with supple-strong roots like the bluestem and buffalo grass of Iowa prairie.” –Todd Partridge,

Chad Elliott bought his first guitar at an Omaha pawn shop, a dreadnought next to the used guns and knives. He took it home, slowly taught himself to fingerpick and began transposing his poetry writing into original songs.

Awards and Honors:  2013 Iowa Blues Challenge – Winner Solo/Duo; 2013 Rising Star – Finalist; 2012 Show Me the Music Song Contest – Finalist – Americana; 2012 Int. Folk Alliance Conference – Official Showcase Artist.

About Bejae Fleming and Jackie Blount:

“A first-rate songwriter, easily the best lyricist in the state … rich, dynamic … a totally engaging, must-see live performer … a fully realized folksinger at the peak of her power.” (Iowa City Icon)

BeJae Fleming is an energetic and entertaining performer of Southern blues and finely crafted original material. With passionate singing, innovative guitar work and engaging storytelling, she celebrates tribulation and triumph in songs that range from gentle to gritty, from heartfelt to humorous.

Jackie Blount studied the French horn, receiving her bachelor’s degree in music from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the early 80s. Long inspired by performances of such notable bassists as Jaco Pastorius, Stanley Clark, and Charles Mingus, and more recently by Brian Derek (who played on BeJae’s first CD, Red Cross Woman), she began learning to play the electric bass in the late ’90s and has accompanied BeJae Fleming’s performances since then.



April 11 – House Concert: Tom Panei and Friends

Posted on 01 April 2014 (0)


Cutting edge, contemporary singer, songwriter, and renowned artist Tom Panei’s preview party for his first solo CD!

Friday, April 11th, 2014  7:00pm Show $10

Pittsburgh-based musician and visual artist Tom Panei is releasing his new solo CD on Friday, April 11th in Harmony, PA and on I-tunes and CD Baby shortly thereafter.  Through his vibrant murals, to his well written songs, he has become a staple in the music and art scene. Tom has played hundreds of shows and traveled countless miles promoting his talents. So either playing guitar, or painting a picture, Tom always has a special way of connecting to his audience. Come out and enjoy this Art of Music!

April 8 – House Concert: Kim Richey (Nashville)

Posted on 29 March 2014 (0)










Kim Richey Two-time Grammy-nominee, Kim Richey is a storyteller,
a weaver of emotions and a tugger of heartstrings. Tender, poetic and aching
with life’s truths, her songs transport you to her world where words paint
pictures and melodies touch the soul. And then there’s her voice. Pure,
arresting and honest, her voice makes you take notice. Her sixth album is
lyrically driven and beautifully produced. “Wreck Your Wheels
is a record that gets into your head and heart and stays there. So does it
matter whether it’s Americana, Alt-country or Pop?


Special Guest: Stevie Ann is a dynamic award-winning Dutch singer/songwriter who began conquering the charts in Holland at the age of 19.

Friday, 12th April, 2013,  7:00pm $20

March 28, 7pm, House Concert: Mother Explosives (Eric Janoski)

Posted on 26 March 2014 (0)


Eric Janoski is a songwriter living in the mountains of Western North Carolina currently working on his next full-length album. His music describes his experiences with this thing called life. Eric draws inspiration from people he can relate to, and the songs come almost exclusively from real-life events. He considers himself to be a songwriter first/foremost, always interested in story telling and more specifically the attempt to tell his story. Eric really feels that seeing someone perform their songs is a big part of the whole package.

Originally from this area and well-known in the Indiana, PA area for his college band days with shows packing the house, we welcome Eric back for an evening of cutting edge, contemporary storytelling through his songwriting and performance.

Many thanks to his father Ed, and Sally Zehmisch for sponsoring this show and introducing us to Mother Explosives.

Special Guest Steve Cohagan is a local favorite of the Harmony area. A singer/songwriter with a strong repertoire of finely crafted songs, we welcome every time we can get Steve off a movie set to come play for us.

Friday, March 28th, 2014, 7:00pm. Admission $10.
Bottlebrush: A Gallery for the Arts
539 Main Street “On the Square”
Harmony, PA 16037