30

April
Saturday,  8pm



$10



The Buicks

A band so unique, they had to name a genre after them

– it's called Americana and it's a mixture of all kinds of awesome influences.

It's original, it's Philly and it's only available from one of the best bands still going – the mighty BUICKS.





03

May
Tuesday,  8pm



$No Cover



Wineskin Rock n Roll Jam

Come out and show off your talents while making music and friends.

The evening includes a house band hosted by: Evan Walton, Joe Bonner, Jim Hines, Mark Carson, and Scott Shead.

If you're not a musician but love to see live music, the evening will be filled with some of the most Elite Players and Musicians around the Doylestown area.



04

May
Wednesday,  7pm



$No Cover



Open Mic Night with Dave Nonini

6pm doors / 7pm signups / 8pm start

musicians / poets / storytellers welcome

Equipment Provided:

  • house drum kit available / bring cymbals and sticks
  • House bass amp
  • Vox AC30 (ask host in advance)

All Ages (must perform before 10pm)



05

May
Thursday,  8pm



$No Cover



Blues Jam with Little Red Rooster

every Thursday at 8pm



06

May
Friday,  6pm



$No Cover



Live Music on The Patio every Friday from 6:00pm - 9:00pm

This Friday - Rich Cox



06

May
Friday,  8pm



$No Cover



Ceramic Animal with The Mysteries and RFA

The recipe goes something like : four fingers cask strength indie rock with a twist of surf grunge and a psychedelic chaser. It can be served wet and topless but never neat.

Critics say they are "...reminiscent of lo-fi baroque pop Dr. Dog, neo-psychedelia Tame Impala and blues rock Jack White".

YouTube fans insist they sound like the "...the Black Keys, Kings of Leon, and The Growlers all in one".

That Mag says "Ceramic Animal is one band to bet on."



07

May
Saturday,  8pm



$No Cover



Dibbs and The Detonators

Dibbs Preston , a founding member and lead guitarist for Levi and the Rockats then lead singer with the Rockats has performed on U.S. and international tours including the far east and Europe.

He also has appeared on such well known prime time nationwide T.V. shows such as the Midnight special ,American bandstand and the Merv Griffin show to name a few.

He is now with his great new band Dibbs Preston and the Detonators.

They've played all over the country opening for The Brian Setzer orchestra in '07 and '09. as well as sold out club dates proving themselves to be a great live act.

With a choice blend of rockabilly,classic country and out and out rockers, Dibbs and the Dets' explosive style keeps the fans drinkin'N'dancin.



10

May
Tuesday,  8pm



$No Cover



Wineskin Rock & Roll Jam

Come out and show off your talents while making music and friends.

The evening includes a house band hosted by: Evan Walton, Joe Bonner, Jim Hines, Mark Carson, and Scott Shead.

If you're not a musician but love to see live music, the evening will be filled with some of the most Elite Players and Musicians around the Doylestown area.



11

May
Wednesday,  7pm



$No Cover



Open Mic Night with Dave Nonini

6pm doors / 7pm signups / 8pm start

musicians / poets / storytellers welcome

Equipment Provided:

  • house drum kit available / bring cymbals and sticks
  • House bass amp
  • Vox AC30 (ask host in advance)

All Ages (must perform before 10pm)

Any questions, please email puckopenmic@gmail.com



12

May
Thursday,  8pm



$No Cover



Blues Jam with Little Red Rooster

every Thursday at 8pm



13

May
Friday,  6pm



$No Cover



Live Music on The Patio every Friday from 6:00pm - 9:00pm

This Friday - John Beacher



13

May
Friday,  8pm



$No Cover



Rich Scannella Group

Drummer Rich Scannella has played with Bon Jovi, Bruce Springsteen, and Lady Gaga among others.

After touring the USA, Japan, South America, Europe, and Canada he has returned to leading his own group playing everything from pop and rock to blues and funk.

His band features Tony Magistro on guitar and vocals, and Bob Luciani on bass and vocals. Together they bring an amazingly fun and high energy show that has been a favorite of fans in the New Jersey and Pennsylvania areas.





14

May
Saturday,  8pm



$8 advance / $10 day of show



Cherry Lane Band

Cherry Lane Band has the remarkable ability to please all kinds of crowds in all kinds of venues.

Cherry Lane Band returns to their favorite hometown venue with the amazing JazzWest horn section churning out funk, R&B and good old rock and roll.

Vocalist Christa Tinari will be joining the band for this Saturday night dance party!





17

May
Tuesday,  8pm



$No Cover



Wineskin Rock & Roll Jam

Come out and show off your talents while making music and friends.

The evening includes a house band hosted by: Evan Walton, Joe Bonner, Jim Hines, Mark Carson, and Scott Shead.

If you're not a musician but love to see live music, the evening will be filled with some of the most Elite Players and Musicians around the Doylestown area.



18

May
Wednesday,  7pm



$No Cover



Open Mic Night with Dave Nonini

6pm doors / 7pm signups / 8pm start

musicians / poets / storytellers welcome

Equipment Provided:

  • house drum kit available / bring cymbals and sticks
  • House bass amp
  • Vox AC30 (ask host in advance)

All Ages (must perform before 10pm)

Any questions, please email puckopenmic@gmail.com



19

May
Thursday,  8pm



$No Cover



Blues Jam with Little Red Rooster

every Thursday night at 8pm



20

May
Friday,  6pm



$No Cover



Live Music on The Patio every Friday from 6:00pm - 9:00pm

This Friday - Sean and Pat Kelly



20

May
Friday,  7pm



$No Cover



The Jost Project

Paul Jost (vocals, harmonica), Tony Miceli (vibraphones) and Kevin MacConnell (acoustic bass) make up the jazz collective initially formed by Tony and Kevin, with the purpose of performing the rock music they grew up with in a jazz format. The seeds of this idea were planted in Tony's 2005 recording "Hippie Jazz". When Tony heard Paul, a multi-talented musician as well as vocalist, he felt such a strong musical connection that he invited him to be part of the group. Because of Paul's strong musical influence and arranging talent, Tony and Kevin were convinced the group should have Paul's name and they became The Jōst Project.

The combination fit and The Jōst Project grew in popularity. Tony's vibraphone stirs echoes of the famed Modern Jazz Quartet with Milt Jackson. Kevin's lyrical playing is an essential element and Jost invokes blues, mainstream, and scat stylings in his unique introspective way bringing out the emotions contained in the songs. It's immediately evident that these skilled artists each bring their distinctive experience and approach to this blended collective.
About the Music:

Standards from the Great American Songbook and the mainstream jazz repertoire have long held sway in jazz performances. But the so-called "baby boomers" and subsequent generations came of age with rock and roll, the Beatles, hard rock, and other genres which are rarely played by jazz groups. While the harmonies are not necessarily in line with more recognizable jazz progressions, such music is well within the scope of the modal and melody-based jazz of Miles Davis' "Kind of Blue" and other post-bop developments in jazz.

The ever-expanding repertoire of The Jōst Project include rock/pop classics as "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" (Iron Butterfly), "What a Day For a Day Dream" (John Sebastian; Loving Spoonful); "Sunshine Superman" (Donovan); "Walk This Way" (Aerosmith); "Tennessee Waltz" (Redd Stewart and Pee Wee King); "Come Together" and "And I Love Her" (The Beatles); "Kashmir" (Led Zepellin); "Bridge Over Troubled Waters" (Simon and Garfunkel); "Maybe I'm Amazed" (Paul McCartney); and "Can't Find My Way Home" (Blind Faith). For good measure, jazz compositions like "Don't Forget the Poet" (Encrico Pierannuzi); "Caravan" (Dizzy Gillespie); "Waltz New" (Jim Hall); and "Passion Dance" (McCoy Tyner) are also included in the group's playlists. Give a listen to "Can't Find My Way Home", and you'll get a taste of the unique sound of The Jōst Project and their exceptional artistry, originality and imagination. The group, while based in the Philadelphia area, is available for bookings both nationaly and internationally.



21

May
Saturday,  8pm



$No Cover



Elwood James Band

Bucks County's Premier Original Rock 'n' Roll

"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





22

May
Sunday,  6pm



$12



Bluebird Songwriters in the Round

Laura Cheadle

New Jersey's soul and blues singer LAURA CHEADLE is caught between a love affair with Philadelphia and New York City. This is no coincidence as Laura and her all family band have proven themselves to be smash hits in these cities with many accomplishments under their belt.Laura Cheadle's smoky blues and soul voice has won her several awards including the most recent "Best Indie Jazz/Blues Band" at WXPN sponsored Tri- State Indie Music Awards and "Best Blues Band" at Ventnor Music Showdown based out of Atlantic City, NJ.Laura Cheadle and her family band's impressive musical resume includes opening for heavy hitters such as:The Jonas Brothers, Sister Hazel, Spin Doctors, Ryan Cabrera, Kasim Sulton, Terrence Simien, Garland Jeffreys, John Oates/Hall and Oates, Average White Band, Peter Tork of The MONKEES, Clarence Clemons III for Bruce Springsteens After Party and Constantine Maraoulis of American Idol. The band have toured nationally and internationally everywhere from the East Coast/West Coast to London.The Cheadle's have appeared on 6ABC's "Tuned In" as the very first viewers choice, The "NBC 10" Show, the National reality show 'Next Great Family Band" on NBC/Cosi TV. Laura Cheadle was named a "Super Woman" in South Jersey Magazine for her active Charity Work.Cheadle has five successful albums under her belt including her latest all blues release: "Where The Blues Hangs Out" currently topping the blues charts.

http://www.lauracheadle.com

Patty Blee:

If you can imagine Sheryl Crow meeting Bonnie Raitt in a corner bar as they kick back a few cold ones with Lucinda, then you'll have no problem envisioning PATTY BLEE pulling up a stool and fitting right in. Her husky voice, confessional songs and rootsy sound have earned her numerous comparisons to such artists. Her latest project, the EP "FROM THE INSIDE" is 6 tracks of pure heart and soul, memorably solidified by a strong and unmistakable voice surrounded by some of the finest americana musicians around. This release is a refreshing look at a genre that increasingly knows no bounds, inspired by her travels from coast to coast and heart to heart.
Displaying a distinctive guitar style full of bass lines and grooves, Patty intertwines memorable melodies into mid and uptempo songs of love and longing. A wide range of influences are evident in her musical pallet-- blues, folk, country, and rock.

www.pattyblee.com

Sol Knopf:

Sol Knopf is an American singer/songwriter best known for his distinctive baritone voice and timeless original songs. HIs slice of Americana has been described as "comfort food for the soul", and is a throwback to 70's popular music, with dashes of rock and country mixed in. Sol's moving single and YouTube video "My Baby Girl" has been touching lives all over the world since it's release in 2013. It has become one of the most requested, independently released, father/daughter dance songs at weddings across the USA and abroad.

www.SolKnopf.com

Chuck Schaeffer:

Chuck Schaeffer's 2nd cd, 'Along These Lines', spent 10 weeks on the US Top 50 Roots Country Charts (reaching #37), and peaked at #2 on the PA Roots Charts.

He has been featured in many TV / radio and media outlets, and has opened for or shared the stage with Roy Clark, Charlie Daniels, Sonny Landreth, Dr. Ralph Stanley, David Allan Coe, Lisa Marie Presley, Craig Bickhardt, Junior Brown, Jim Femino, Larry Siegel, and Jim Henry.

He received 6 nominations and won Best Country Band at MontgomeryBucks Music Awards 3, and emceed MBMA 4. He performed at the 2008 / 2009 Phillies World Series Rallies. He hosts the Full Moon Howlin' Singer Songwriter Series, along with the Newtown PA Welcome Day and First Night Newtown Idol singing contests.

http://www.chuckschaeffer.com/



24

May
Tuesday,  8pm



$No Cover



Wineskin Rock & Roll Jam

Come out and show off your talents while making music and friends.

The evening includes a house band hosted by: Evan Walton, Joe Bonner, Jim Hines, Mark Carson, and Scott Shead.

If you're not a musician but love to see live music, the evening will be filled with some of the most Elite Players and Musicians around the Doylestown area.



27

May
Friday,  6pm



$No Cover



Live Music on The Patio every Friday from 6:00pm - 9:00pm

This Friday - Regan Brothers Duo



27

May
Friday,  8pm



$No Cover



RAKE

Joe Bonner - Keyboards
Jeff Harrison - Bass, Vocals
Jim Hines - Drums, Vocals
Jeff McCullough - Guitar, Vocals
Jack Skudris - Guitar, Vocals

Rake is a Classic Rock band concept that has taken many years to come to fruition.

Each of the members has played in multiple bands going back to the 70's .

Performing classics that are true to the original compositions, but with our own sound.



28

May
Saturday,  8pm



$15



Adam Travis and The Soul with special guest Leah Rich

These graduates of Berklee College Of Music came together in Boston during the Fall of 2012.

Their debut album, "City Life", was released during the summer of 2013 and the band has been busy playing shows along the east coast ever since.

Adam Travis & The Soul combines uplifting lyrics with styles of reggae, rock, soul, and blues to bring the listener a new, positive state of mind and the audience a wild, fun night.





02

June
Thursday,  8pm



$No Cover



Kelly Stratton Band

"Fans can expect a short set of originals followed by a night of high-energy covers!

Stratton's original music can't be pigeonholed into one genre, the only all-encompassing element of her songs is that they can't be labeled as "folk," "rock," or anything in between. Her influences run the gamut (The Pretenders, The Pixies, Liz Phair, Led Zeppelin) and Stratton expertly blends them seamlessly into something wholly unique. Her music is undoubtedly about her own experiences, but she crafts each song into a universally relatable expression of strength and hope and delivers each one with unparalleled amount of energy and nuance.

Stratton's live performances can only be described as celebratory. Her backing band has always featured a veritable who's who of Bucks County players, all working together to support and expand Stratton's musical vision. The end result: music that touches the heart of every listener while begging to be played at top volume."





03

June
Friday,  8pm



$No Cover



Little Red Rooster Blues Band

Like a fine wine, The Little Red Rooster Blues Band just seems to get better with age.

Founded back in 1988 the band has successfully developed their own sound through interpretations of traditional Chicago Blues and West Coast Jump Blues.

Over the years the band has consistently performed their high energy brand of blues in many renowned clubs and festivals. Their performance mission is simple: To entertain and leave them hungry for more.

Little Red Rooster has performed with many legendary blues artists such as: Charlie Musslewhite, Rick Estrin and the Nightcats, Lil' Ed and the Blues Imperials, Kenny Neal, The Nighthawks, Jim Thackery and the Drivers, Steady Rollin' Bob Margolin, Satan and Adam, Jerry Portnoy, Lonnie Mack, Duke Robillard, Jimmy Dawkins, and Jimmy Rogers.





04

June
Saturday,  8pm



$25 advance / $30 day of show



John Eddie and his Band

His latest CD, entitled, "Same Old Brand New Me", was released in February 2012, featuring 18 songs.

In 2013, the song John co-wrote with Brantley Gilbert, "More Than Miles" became a top Country hit for Gilbert, peaking at #6 on the national country charts.

John also had a song featured in the Zac Efron movie "At Any Price". The song is called "The Man I Am" and was released as a single April 19, 2013.