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Interview: Eliza Hardy Jones

Eliza Hardy Jones is a Philadelphia-based musician who began as a classically trained pianist. Putting her skills as a pianist to use but in a completely different style, Eliza has worked with more electronic-oriented bands like Buried Beds and Nightlands. 1,286 more words

Audiogramme du vendredi 1er Janvier 2016

Audiogramme du vendredi 1er Janvier by Audiogrammes on Mixcloud

1. Kamasi Washington – Theme from Color Guard
2. Bill Ryder-Jones – Sunday Morning
3. Neil Young – Only Love Can Break Your Heart… 74 more words

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The XRT/Heineken Big Beat Show With Strand Of Oaks At Metro Has Been Canceled

Strand of Oaks was scheduled to perform in an XRT/Heineken Big Beat show at Metro this Friday. The show has been canceled due to unforeseen circumstances with refunds made available at the point of purchase. 40 more words

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My Morning Jacket (Beacon Theater, New York, NY, November 28, 2015)

[ATTENDED: November 28, 2015] My Morning Jacket

After seeing My Morning Jacket this summer, I was definitely psyched to see them again.  My friend Jay is a fan who had never seen them before.  1,673 more words

My Morning Jacket

3:1 The National / Thanksgiving

by Valerie

Welcome to the second installment of 3:1. Remember last week when I said the only rule was the ratio of covers to originals? Well, this week we’ll be looking at 3 covers and 1 original again, only focusing on a band instead of a song. 276 more words

Valerie

STRAND OF OAKS - " Wonderful The Way I Feel " My Morning Jacket Cover

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My Morning Jacket released their new album “The Waterfall” earlier this year, and now Timothy Showalter  Aka Strand Of Oaks has been opening for them this fall on their tour in support of the album. 113 more words

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Max García Conover “Leave Ruin” by Strand Of Oaks

To appreciate “Philly Music” you don’t need to be from Philly, like most of the artists here at CoverClubPhillyMax García Conover is our artist from the farthest away, hailing from Portland, Maine.   261 more words

Bob Sweeney