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Tuesday, November 28th, 2017
8:00 PM
Jeffrey Gaines

In the words of Rolling Stone Magazine, “Jeffrey Gaines is the voice of a new generation.”Jeffrey Gaines has been heralded for his soul-searching lyrics and his powerful live performances.With only his voice and a guitar for accompaniment, Jeffrey Gaines has earned a reputation as a captivating performer entertaining his audiences everywhere he goes.

Ben Arnold

A songwriter, musician, performer and producer, he remains a longtime fixture on the Philadelphia musical landscape. Originally signed to Columbia Records in the 90's, Ben has since released countless label supported and independent records over this time. Always down for the challenge of re-invention and experimentation, he has been involved in collaborative projects such as US Rails (Blue Rose/Europe), 4 Way Street (Sanctuary/BMG), the Los Angeles based indie rock band Pistol For Ringo...

Joe D'Urso

Joe D'Urso, an Americana/Jersey Shore/Rock & Roll songwriter, will be releasing his 14th CD on SCR/Schoolhouse Records, titled "Jersey Diner" in January 2018. Joe has performed in 25 countries with his band Stone Caravan as well as a solo artist.

James Maddock

After fronting the Columbia Records band Wood, whose debut Songs From Stamford Hill was featured prominently on TV shows such as “Dawson’s Creek,” Maddock moved from England to New York City in 2003. His 2009 album Sunrise On Avenue C won a New York Music Award for Best Americana Album, while the follow-up Wake Up And Dream ranked among the top albums of 2011 in WFUV's (NYC) Listener Poll. He has performed with Bruce Springsteen, Willie Nile, Aaron Comess (Spin Doctors) and David Immergluck (Counting Crows).

Miss Emily

Her music spans genres, crosses barriers and creates bridges. Her voice soars to emotional heights and reaches down into the grittiness of the soul. Her performances are foot-stomping, heart-wrenching adventures in rhythm, blues, jazz and rock and roll. For more than a decade Miss Emily has captivated audiences across Canada, the US and the United Kingdom with her unique combination of passion and talent. Support like that doesn’t come along “just because".

”Vini "Mad Dog" Lopez

When he met Bruce Springsteen in 1968, Danny Federici and Vini asked Bruce to form a band, which they did. Vini introduced Bruce to Carl "Tinker" West when they decided to make this band. It was called "Child" at first then they had to change the name to "Steel Mill". After "Steel Mill" was no longer, the band became "The Bruce Springsteen Band" and then it became "E Street band" with Bruce Springsteen, Clarence Clemons, Danny Federici, Garry Tallent and Vini Lopez.

Rob Dye

With feet firmly planted in those roots, Dye’s music incorporates elements of rock, old school country, Stax-influenced R&B, gospel and more while remaining true to the essence of each style. Guitars wail, the pedal steel and piano bring us into a honky-tonk saloon, a trio of singers takes us to church, an accordion whisks us into bayou country, while a saxophone echoes the famed Jersey Shore sound.

Micky Kemp

On February 9, 2004 a young Brit named Micky Kemp made his Borderline debut and gave a roomful of punters another story to tell in years to come. This blue-collar lad from Surrey, who grew up immersed in Johnny Cash and Elvis, tore through a ten-song opening set that had the audience on its feet and gasping for breath. From the opening power chords of Sweet Rock & Roll to the thunderous ovation that followed Last Goodbye, Kemp’s passion and energy carried the night.