Wayne Hancock! @ the Hangar

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Wayne “the Train” Hancock comes to the Hangar September 30th!
Doors open at 7pm, Show starts at 8.
Tickets are 20 dollars and are available at :

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Wayne has been called “The King of Juke Joint swing,” a “Roots Renaissance Man,” a “Country Singer’s Country Singer” and “Hank Williams meets Gershwin.” But the phrase most frequently echoed throughout his career is “Wayne Hancock is the real deal.” Joe Ely said it, Hank Williams III said it, Bobby Koefer from the Texas Playboys said it, as have countless music fans and writers when referring to Hancock’s authentic and original blend of honky tonk, western swing, blues and big band music.

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Restaurant Week Menu

Come Out and Join us for a Great Week of Food and Beer!!!

$5
Pretzel and Beer Cheese Dip
Two Hot Pretzels Served with
a Warm Beer Cheese Dip

$10
Double Play Sliders
Two House Smoked Pulled Pork with Coleslaw
on a Toasted Brioche Bun

Harvest Veggie Sandwich
Grilled Portobello, Eggplant and Squash
with Herb Goat Cheese on
Whole Wheat Ciabatta

Caprese Salad
Fresh Mozzarella Marinated in Extra
Virgin Olive Oil, Garlic and Herbs with
Ripe Tomato and Sweet Balsamic
Reduction over Baby Arugula

Smoked Salmon BLT
House Smoked Salmon with Bacon Lettuce and Tomato on Toasted Wheat with Chipotle Mayo

$20 Three Courses
Pasta and Grilled Veggie Primavera
with your Choice of House Smoked Salmon
or Roast stuffed Portabella

Sierra Nevada Beer Battered Fish & Chips
Fresh Cod Battered and Fried Served with Fresh Cut French Fries and Cole Slaw

Braised Beef Short Ribs
Tender Braised Beef Short Ribs with Garlic Mashed Potatoes & Carrot Chips

$30 Three Courses
Seafood Fettuccine with Pesto Cream Sauce
Lobster, Scallops and Clams tossed with Fettuccini in a Savory Pesto Cream Sauce

Smoked BBQ Platter
Quarter Rack Ribs, Quarter Chicken and Pulled Pork Served with Maple Chipotle Smashed Sweet Potatoes, Cole Slaw and Jalapeno Cheddar Corn Bread

$20 & $30 First Course
Salad and Soup Selections
Small Tossed Salad
Manhattan Clam Chowder
Caribbean Black Bean
Chili

$20 & $30 Third Course
Dessert
Kay’s Chocolate Fudge Macadamia Cake
Kay’s Carrot Cake
Guinness Float
Root Beer Float
Homemade Chipwich
Sarahs’s Homemade Beer-Infused Ice Cream

THE BELLFURIES Sunday September 27th 8pm $10

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http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2156080

08/03/2015 Guitar World, Article , ‘Five “Modern Throwback” Artists Who Turn Retro-Inspired Music Into Something New’

“Loving Arms,” the opening track from Workingman’s Bellfuries (check it out below), starts off like a super-catchy slice of modern, melodic pop—until the glorious 16-second mark. That’s when the guitars, standup bass and drums enter the sonic picture, and the song gets even catchier.

That’s also the moment when everything falls into place, and you realize you’re hearing a truly modern, original take on rockabilly. Let’s call it rockabilly pop.

The Bellfuries released an undisputed modern-rockabilly masterpiece, Just Plain Lonesome, in 2001. A few years later, they followed it up with Palmyra, a full-on folk-ish rock/pop album that had rockabilly fans scratching their Layrite-coated heads.

This time around, the Bellfuries have steered the ship at least partially back toward roots-rock territory, turning in another winner. Perhaps Static put it best, calling it “contemporary rock-n-roll that’s the cat’s pajamas.”

“We’re a rock and roll band,” says Joey Simeone, the Texas-based band’s vocalist and chief songwriter. “People are obsessed with categories, sub-genres. We check into a hotel, and the guy or girl behind the desk asks what kind of music we play. ‘Rock and roll.’ Then they ask what I mean by that. Well…

“Let’s see. There’s elements of country music, rhythm and blues. There’s some improvisation on stage that I guess you could say is jazz-inspired. Throw in some gospel…plenty of melodies coming out of older pop tunes. That adds up to rock and roll, last time I checked. If we’re not re-inventing the wheel, I’d rather get to work than worry about renaming it.”

There’s an undeniable Beatles influence on Workingman’s Bellfuries, which is underscored by a rocking new cover of Lennon/McCartney’s “She’s a Woman.” In fact, “Loving Arms” seems—lyrically, at least—to be based on Arthur Alexander’s “Soldier of Love,” which the Beatles recorded for the BBC in the early Sixties.

08/03/2015 Guitar World, Article , ‘Five “Modern Throwback” Artists Who Turn Retro-Inspired Music Into Something New’

 

“Loving Arms,” the opening track from Workingman’s Bellfuries (check it out below), starts off like a super-catchy slice of modern, melodic pop—until the glorious 16-second mark. That’s when the guitars, standup bass and drums enter the sonic picture, and the song gets even catchier.

That’s also the moment when everything falls into place, and you realize you’re hearing a truly modern, original take on rockabilly. Let’s call it rockabilly pop.

The Bellfuries released an undisputed modern-rockabilly masterpiece, Just Plain Lonesome, in 2001. A few years later, they followed it up with Palmyra, a full-on folk-ish rock/pop album that had rockabilly fans scratching their Layrite-coated heads.

This time around, the Bellfuries have steered the ship at least partially back toward roots-rock territory, turning in another winner. Perhaps Static put it best, calling it “contemporary rock-n-roll that’s the cat’s pajamas.”

“We’re a rock and roll band,” says Joey Simeone, the Texas-based band’s vocalist and chief songwriter. “People are obsessed with categories, sub-genres. We check into a hotel, and the guy or girl behind the desk asks what kind of music we play. ‘Rock and roll.’ Then they ask what I mean by that. Well…

“Let’s see. There’s elements of country music, rhythm and blues. There’s some improvisation on stage that I guess you could say is jazz-inspired. Throw in some gospel…plenty of melodies coming out of older pop tunes. That adds up to rock and roll, last time I checked. If we’re not re-inventing the wheel, I’d rather get to work than worry about renaming it.”

There’s an undeniable Beatles influence on Workingman’s Bellfuries, which is underscored by a rocking new cover of Lennon/McCartney’s “She’s a Woman.” In fact, “Loving Arms” seems—lyrically, at least—to be based on Arthur Alexander’s “Soldier of Love,” which the Beatles recorded for the BBC in the early Sixties.

08/03/2015 Guitar World, Article , ‘Five “Modern Throwback” Artists Who Turn Retro-Inspired Music Into Something New’

 

“Loving Arms,” the opening track from Workingman’s Bellfuries (check it out below), starts off like a super-catchy slice of modern, melodic pop—until the glorious 16-second mark. That’s when the guitars, standup bass and drums enter the sonic picture, and the song gets even catchier.

That’s also the moment when everything falls into place, and you realize you’re hearing a truly modern, original take on rockabilly. Let’s call it rockabilly pop.

The Bellfuries released an undisputed modern-rockabilly masterpiece, Just Plain Lonesome, in 2001. A few years later, they followed it up with Palmyra, a full-on folk-ish rock/pop album that had rockabilly fans scratching their Layrite-coated heads.

This time around, the Bellfuries have steered the ship at least partially back toward roots-rock territory, turning in another winner. Perhaps Static put it best, calling it “contemporary rock-n-roll that’s the cat’s pajamas.”

“We’re a rock and roll band,” says Joey Simeone, the Texas-based band’s vocalist and chief songwriter. “People are obsessed with categories, sub-genres. We check into a hotel, and the guy or girl behind the desk asks what kind of music we play. ‘Rock and roll.’ Then they ask what I mean by that. Well…

“Let’s see. There’s elements of country music, rhythm and blues. There’s some improvisation on stage that I guess you could say is jazz-inspired. Throw in some gospel…plenty of melodies coming out of older pop tunes. That adds up to rock and roll, last time I checked. If we’re not re-inventing the wheel, I’d rather get to work than worry about renaming it.”

There’s an undeniable Beatles influence on Workingman’s Bellfuries, which is underscored by a rocking new cover of Lennon/McCartney’s “She’s a Woman.” In fact, “Loving Arms” seems—lyrically, at least—to be based on Arthur Alexander’s “Soldier of Love,” which the Beatles recorded for the BBC in the early Sixties.

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FROG HOLLER August 28th 8pm at The Hangar $10

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Our favorite Pennsylvania band returns , this time at the Hangar.

Tickets on sale now

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2094210

   FROG HOLLER  SIGHT UNSEEN                                                                                                                 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeBbgqmvMJo

 

Robbie Fulks and Redd Volkaert July 19th 7pm $20

Fulks is a gifted guitarist, a soulful singer with an expressive honky-tonk tenor, and a natural performer. But what really sets him apart is his songwriting, which is one part artful country, one part artful sendup of country and one part a little of everything else… It’s sort of country meets David Lynch.”
- New York Times

Robbie is performing as a duo with Redd Volkaert, who succeeded Roy Nichols in Merle Haggard’s backing band, and is among the country’s top Telecaster guitar slingers. Volkaert has won a Grammy for Best Country Instrumentalhttp://http://