events
22

September
Saturday,  7pm

$ No Cover

John Austin Band

John Austin Band

7:00pm doors

8:00pm show

fun, passionate, expressive, soulful, emotional, improvisational,

matured and tasteful mix of country, blues, folk, and classic rock,

that one might refer to as "Americana."





28

September
Friday,  7pm

$ No Cover

Mean Mr. Mustard's Revue - A Beatles Tribute

Mean Mr. Mustard's Revue - A Beatles Tribute

7:00pm doors

8:00pm show

Catch the area's premier tribute to the Fab Four returning to Puck!

Performing songs spanning the Beatles' entire career

A splendid time is guaranteed for all!

Mark Carson - bass
Neal Carson - keys/vocals
Dave Nonini - guitar/vocals
Bill Cain - drums



29

September
Saturday,  7pm

$ No Cover

The Elwood James Band with special guest Rofo Audio

The Elwood James Band with special guest Rofo Audio

7:00pm doors

7:30pm Rofo Audio

9:00pm The Elwood James Band

"Sharp, intelligent songwriting and arranging, a knack for creating music that is instantly familiar but full of fresh ideas and superior singing and playing--individually and collectively--make EJB an especially impressive ensemble." - Chuck Darrow, Philadelphia Daily News Entertainment/CasiNotes Writer





05

October
Friday,  7pm

$ No Cover

Wineskin

Wineskin

7:00pm doors

8:00pm show

Based in the foothills of Bucks County, Wineskin is an ever evolving musical machine.

The band is a five piece, and often greater than the sum of its parts. Proudly waving the flag of rock-n-roll, they craft songs from the unique fabric it comes from.

From slow country ballads to balls out, riff driven, middle finger rock songs. They can play a ragtime feeling tune and in the next minute sound like a space ship hovering over your house.

Their live shows are galvanizing, galactic, grounded and gritty.

Live music freaks compare them to Widespread Panic and Govt Mule, but its their own blood and guts you get at each gig they play and a wide range of sounds that fly off the stage. 





12

October
Friday,  7pm

$ 20


MUNDY with special guest Seamus Kelleher

MUNDY with special guest Seamus Kelleher

7:00pm doors

8:00pm show

Seamus Kelleher will do an opening set

MUNDY

Following Jellylegs, Mundy went on to release the multi platinum record 24 Star Hotel, with hit tracks 'July' and 'Mexico' becoming firm favourites. Raining Down Arrows, which hit the #1 slot in the Irish Album Charts, came next and was recorded in the musically revered city of Austin, Texas. His first live album Live and Confusion followed, recorded at a storming and sold out Vicar St show. Galway Girl was recorded as an encore and went on to become the best selling single and most downloaded song 2 years in a row in Ireland (2007 / 2008). His 4th studio album, Strawberry Blood, followed in 2009 and saw Mundy touring Ireland, Australia and the UK once more. Shuffle was released in 2011 and was a gorgeous ode to some of Mundy's most favourite songwriters. It featured his versions of songs by greats like Tom Waits, Lucinda Williams, John Prine, Paul Simon and Gillian Welch, to name a few.

Since then, Mundy has been busy. He's been touring the US, performing at The Royal Albert Hall – not to mention the small matter of performing for Barack Obama both on his Irish visit, and at his home in The White House.

Mundy met Youth again a couple of years back and they decided to collaborate together for the first time since '95, winding up in Youth's studio in Spain where they got to work. Youth's is one of the most experienced and talented UK producers, having worked with the likes of The Verve, Pink Floyd, Culture Club, Reverend & The Makers, Echo & The Bunnymen and Paul McCartney. 





13

October
Saturday,  7pm

$ No Cover

High Noon - Southern Rock Tribute

High Noon - Southern Rock Tribute

7:00pm Doors

8:00pm Show

HIGH NOON is the East Coast's premier Southern rock tribute band

Performing exclusively the 70's classic hits of Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Allman Brothers Band, Molly Hatchet, The Outlaws, and The Marshall Tucker Band.

With a deep dedication to the legacy of this timeless music, HIGH NOON brings an authenticity like no other.

Join us on a journey back to a golden age of live music, and experience once again the raw power of all of your favorite anthems from the founding fathers of Southern rock.





19

October
Friday,  7pm

$ No Cover

Owl Camino

Owl Camino

7:00pm doors

8:00pm show

Lennon meets Lemmy

Owl Camino is a five piece band covering a variety of your favorite songs. 





20

October
Saturday,  7pm

$ 5 Cover

Tubetop Mama

Tubetop Mama

7:00pm doors

8:00pm show

TTM (Tubetop Mama) has been entertaining the Philadelphia area for well over a decade with their blend of Modern, Retro, Dance and Party Music.

TTM's ability to play a wide variety of cover music, allows them to provide entertainment for every age !

Music with no boundaries for everyone to dance, sing along and have fun with.

Come out and see why TTM has been voted Montco Happening List's top cover band for 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017,

and become part of the TTM family!





26

October
Friday,  7pm

$ No Cover

Halloween Celebration with Karmic Repair Company

Halloween Celebration with Karmic Repair Company

7:00pm doors

8:00pm show

The Karmic Repair Company is the culmination of a longstanding musical collaboration between Graham Ford (vocals, guitar, cigar box, mandolin) and Eric Worthington (bass, vocals, keyboards, melodica.)

Rounded out by fellow singer-songwriter Kyf Brewer on drums, The Karmic Repair Company incorporate elements of bluegrass, reggae, blues, progressive rock and jam-band music into their live shows.

Their performances have become renowned for their unique cover arrangements – putting unexpected twists into familiar songs that clearly make them their own.

KRCO has received radio airplay locally on WXPN with their album of all original material "Manual," and have a wide catalogue of material they draw from to create their live shows.

Formed in 2010, The Karmic Repair Company has become an area club and festival favorite.

Known for making each of their appearances unique, they have appeared at the Philadelphia Folk Festival as well as many area Jam Band events - sometimes augmented by such diverse instruments as sitar and gamelan.