22

August
Friday,  6pm



$No Cover



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

This Friday - Jo Wymer



22

August
Friday,  8pm



$No Cover



RAKE

RAKE is a 5-piece band specializing in covers of a collection of mostly classic rock songs.

The band was formed with the theme "We aren't playing Mustang Sally anymore".

The idea has been to perform a variety of less performed, yet familiar, compositions from the album-oriented collections of the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. That variety includes Steely Dan, Peter Gabriel, America, Cake, Chicago Transit Authority, Todd Rundgren, Squeeze, The Hollies, The Who and a host of others.

Rake delivers an ensemble sound with layered vocal harmonies blending fidelity to the original recordings with creative spices of its own.



23

August
Saturday,  8pm



$No Cover



The Hyde

The Hyde is an all original, dirty mojo, raw, old school, rock & roll, blues, country band from Philadelphia, PA!

Belting out the lead vocals and bad ass guitar jams is Eric Az.

Pounding it out behind the drum kit is The Hydes back bone Tom Chambers.

Thundering out the low end with tude to spare on bass guitar and backing vocals is Chuck Leo.

Raising hell on the guitar the life of the party Shayna Ryan.

And the man tickling the ivories is Eric Mauro!

Rocking the jams with a fat sound.Have a listen and enjoy! Come on out and feel it for yourself, have some drinks, a toke and a flash back!!!





26

August
Tuesday,  8pm



$No Cover



Lawnboys Comedy Open Mic

Every Tuesday at Puck LawnBoys Comedy hosts their comedy open mic.

Every comedian gets 5 minutes on stage to try out material both new and old.

Sign Ups start at 7:30pm and are kept in the order you sign up. Show starts at 8:30pm.

NEW in 2014! The first two Tuesdays of each month are auditions for comedians to open at our monthly headliner shows. All levels are welcome to try out and can win a 5-10 minute spot at the start of the headline show.



27

August
Wednesday,  8pm



$No Cover



Open Mic

Hosted by Dave Nonini

7:00pm sign-ups / 8:00pm start

musicians / poets / storytellers welcome

house drum kit available / bring cymbals and sticks

under 21 must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian



28

August
Thursday,  8pm



$10



Lawnboys Comedy Showcase

Mark Riccadonna

Mark Riccadonna isn't "New York's hottest new comic" or "Young fresh face of comedy" he is a hard working comic that gets the job done with a truthful style and a positive message He doesn't just tell jokes; he turns stories into life. Based out of New York, Mark is like the Johnny Cash song but global. He has played everywhere in the country and around the world. Mark has opened for other Comics, Puppets, Magicians, Rock Bands and Celebrities and now headlines in NYC and on the road. Mark has the charisma and is a gifted storyteller who can transform a crowd into an audience. The minute Mark gets on stage, you'll laugh and feel like you've known him forever. His unique delivery and voice combined with his likeability on stage and off made Mark into a favorite in clubs and theatres everywhere. Mark was selected to represent his class in AADA's exclusive Theatre Company. Mark then continued his studies at The Upright Citizens Brigade, learning from Ian Roberts and Amy Poehler, while continuing his love of the art at The Peoples Improv Theatre and Neighborhood Playhouse. Mark has been seen on Spike TV, Speed Network, ABC, NBC, FOX and starred in 3 films just this past year (The Devils Tree, Game Night and Days of Power). Returning from his 18th Armed Forces Tour Entertaining our troops oversea's and recently signed with Realize Records releasing his First Album Drinks Jokes and Storytelling. You can hear Mark Every Sunday 5-7 on Atlantic Cities 1400 WOND show "Fire and Ice" interviewing guests from Joel Stein to Rob Halford and Judas Priest. When he isn't on the road Mark likes to spend time with his wife and New Son.

Sean Lynch

Sean Lynch has appeared on Mtv Spring Break, Mtv "Celebrity Deathmatch" , Mtv "Parental Contol" and Comedy Central's "Contest Searchlight with Denis Leary" as well as the Sundance films "Maryam", "Greenoint Tavern" and The HBO film "Flashback . He has can be seen this Fall on MTV's new sketch show "Fat Awesome" and The upcoming Films "Blue Wall" and "The Desk".

Patrick Graves

1. Was raised by cartoon wolves in the Jungle Book 2. Discovered orange juice and Pepsi mixed together doesn't cure cancer. 3. Hopes to one day be the heavy weight champion of Karate Dancing



29

August
Friday,  6pm



$No Cover



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

This Friday - Cherry Lane Duo





29

August
Friday,  8pm



$10



Comedy featuring Ben Hague with special guests Alex Grubard and Andy Fiori


Ben Hague headlines Puck Live in Doylestown, PA on August 29th at 8:30 pm. The show will also feature sets from Alex Grubard and Andy Fiori!

Ben Hague:
Ben Hague is a stand up comedian, TV & radio personality, writer, and one of the hottest young talents on the comedy scene today. He is also the foremost aficionado of buffalo wings, and is an overall "good boy" according to his Nonnie.

At 21, after attending the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Manhattan, Ben moved to LA to pursue a career in comedy. He debuted his stand-up act at the world-famous comedy club Laugh Factory on Sunset Boulevard in 2003, and never looked back. Since then he has been privileged to share the stage with such talents as Dane Cook, Dave Attel, Louis CK, Robert Klein, Jeffrey Ross, Gilbert Gottfried and many others.

Ben was a finalist in the Orange County "Laff Down" (2003) and Orange County "California's Funniest Person" two years running (2004, 2005). He won the "Catch A 'New' Rising Star" competition in his home state of Rhode Island in 2006. Ben has headlined at comedy clubs throughout the US, over 50 colleges nationally, and performed at the prestigious Fringe Festival in Scotland in 2011.

In 2009, Ben began his move into media by winning a hosting spot on FOX Providence's "The Rhode Show", beating out hundreds of other contestants. Ratings for the morning TV program immediately rose after he joined the team, and Ben became a staple on the show.

After his one year booking on "The Rhode Show" ended, he was immediately signed by the top morning radio show in New England, the "Giovanni and Kim Show" on 92.3 WPRO FM. The show is heard by over 300,000 listeners weekly. He also hosts many events and charities throughout the northeast, and of course is seen by thousands headlining on stages nationally. His debut recorded comedy album 'AVOID THE WET SPOT' is in the works for summer 2012. He currently lives in New York City and performs weekly at the top clubs in the city.

In his free time Ben enjoys all outdoor activities, is a huge new England sports fan, and can often be heard at bar's telling girls he wrote the screen plays for Mama Mia, and the Notebook.

Alex Grubard:
Joke-teller Alex Grubard grew up in Massachusetts, began his career in New York City and is currently a student enrolled at Temple University in Philadelphia. With his memorable catchphrases, sharp joke technique and absurd character Alex Grubard is a popular and likeable stand-up act. He receives high praise from audiences, comrade comedians and staff at venues including The Comedy Studio in Cambridge, Massachusetts, The Creek and The Cave in Queens, New York and Helium Comedy Club in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He has performed stand-up on mtvU, College Humor, and at festivals including the 2013 North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival, the 2012 Cape Fear Comedy Festival and the 2011 Live Arts and Philly Fringe. Grubard is one of the best young stand-up comics on the East Coast. And his grades are okay.

Andy Fiori:
Originally from Morristown, New Jersey, Andy Fiori is a stand up comedian, comedy writer, producer and actor living in New York City. He is known for his engaging, likable energy on stage combined with his clever and unique sensibility.

Most recently, Andy starred in the widely popular documentary "Inside The World's Most Dangerous Amusement Park," which chronicles the rise and fall of New Jersey's Action Park. The documentary went viral within 24 hours of it's release.

Andy has also starred in a series of comedy shorts for Maxim Magazine and their famous Hometown Hotties. He is a resident comic on "Comedy By Request" which airs on Sirius XM Satellite Radio's Raw Dog Channel and has also made appearances on the Ron & Fez Show and Dirty Pop Live with Lance Bass. He can also be heard on Bill Engvall"s "Off the Cuff" show on Blue Collar Radio - a program Andy produces as well.

Andy has been seen and heard on Fox's Good Day NY, BBC NewsHour, Maxim Magazine, Time Out New York, L Magazine, numerous times in the prestigious New York Comedy Festival, and the Laughing Skull Festival's in Atlanta and New York.



30

August
Saturday,  8pm



$5



The New Solution

New Solution Entertainment, located in Bucks County, PA, is the newest wedding/party band to hit the area.

Made up of seasoned performers, music educators, and outstanding musicians, NSE is dedicated to giving you and your guests an unforgettable event for a reasonable price.

From classic party tunes to modern jams and anything else in between, we promise to keep the dance floor full from beginning to end.



02

September
Tuesday,  8pm



$No Cover



Lawnboys Comedy Open Mic

Every Tuesday at Puck LawnBoys Comedy hosts their comedy open mic.

Every comedian gets 5 minutes on stage to try out material both new and old.

Sign Ups start at 7:30pm and are kept in the order you sign up. Show starts at 8:30pm.

NEW in 2014! The first two Tuesdays of each month are auditions for comedians to open at our monthly headliner shows. All levels are welcome to try out and can win a 5-10 minute spot at the start of the headline show.



03

September
Wednesday,  7pm



$No Cover



Open Mic

Hosted by Dave Nonini

7:00pm sign-ups / 8:00pm start

musicians / poets / storytellers welcome

house drum kit available / bring cymbals and sticks

under 21 must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian



05

September
Friday,  6pm



$No Cover



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

This Friday - Jason Ager



05

September
Friday,  8pm



$No Cover



Little Red Rooster

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.





06

September
Saturday,  8pm



$10



Philly Rock and Soul

Philly Rock & Soul was formed in 2011, consisting of nine seasoned and talented musicians. The band specializes in oldies from the 1950s thru '70s, emphasizing R&B, Soul, and Rock genres. Our lineup is designed to evoke the sounds of that special era, consisting of male and female lead vocals, drums, bass, guitar, keyboard, trumpet, alto sax, tenor sax and baritone sax.

Several of the instrumentalists also sing backup or play hand percussion. We would love to perform at your special event, birthday, anniversary, wedding, corporate event or benefit, or in your bar, club, or restaurant.





12

September
Friday,  6pm



$No Cover



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

This Friday - Kenny Ferrier



12

September
Friday,  8pm



$15 advance / $20 day of show



Danielia Cotton with special guest Joe Marson

Growing up in rural Hopewell, New Jersey (population 2,010), Danielia Cotton stood out.

Not just because she was only one of about seven Black kids in her junior high school, but because of the compelling power of her shockingly big voice, which stopped people in their tracks from early on.

Danielia's natural gift--raw, searing vocal chops combined with a deep, buttery tone--draws from the two different rich traditions that she absorbed early in her youth. On the one hand, she couldn't get enough of what her friends and neighbors were listening to: AC/DC, Zeppelin, the Stones. On the other, she was her mother's girl: daughter of a jazz singer and member of the church gospel choir, grooving to Mavis Staples, Etta James, Billie and Ella.

The happy collision of these two traditions is her new album, Rare Child, produced by Brad Jones (Jill Sobule, Over the Rhine) and co-produced by Joe Blaney (Shawn Colvin, Soul Asylum) and Danielia herself. On Rare Child, the sheer joy and pain she evokes in her songs instantly draw the listener in. She pulls, stretches and grips her lyrics with a strength that is startling considering this lovely young woman's seemingly happy-go-lucky demeanor and petite frame. Appearances aside, like male counterparts Jimi Hendrix and Sly Stone or crossover icon Tina Turner, Danielia not only has embraced the notion of Black Rock--she has redefined it.





13

September
Saturday,  8pm



$10 advance / $15 day of show



Meghan Cary and Analog Gypsies with Miles Thompson Band

Meghan Cary with Analog Gypsies

"Seek this one out."

---Billboard Magazine

Meghan Cary's music debut was an unintentional triumph. She won Billboard Magazine's esteemed "Critic's Choice for Best Newcomer" for her first album New Shoes. Up till then she was a theatre actress with a successful voiceover career. When her fiancé unexpectedly died, she picked up his guitar and wrote her debut, followed by two other albums, and dove into a successful music career. Her smoky voice, emotional singing, and vulnerable writing garnered favorable comparisons to Melissa Etheridge, Shawn Colvin, Indigo Girls, and Stevie Nicks. At a gig at CBGB's (NYC) Meghan met her husband, Peter Farrell, in the opening band. They married, relocated, and had two children. Initially Meghan tucked music away, worrying it would interfere with being a devoted mother, but as the journey unfolded she realized what an enriching symbiotic relationship music and motherhood could have. Meghan's latest and first album in 6 yrs, Building This House, chronicles her rebuilding her life up from painful past to joyous present.

As a duo, Meghan and Peter lay down a giant musical footprint on guitar and keys with cool grooves and tight vocal harmonies. Add to that Jocko MacNelly on bass, Quint Lange on drums and percussion, and Stacy Weathers on not-your-typical-bluegrass banjo and vocals, and you have the full Meghan Cary with Analog Gypsies experience: award-winning original tunes served up with great grooves, soaring melodies and lush 3 part harmonies.

Meghan brings to the stage over 2 decades of experience in the theatre, making a Meghan Cary concert - duo, trio, or full on Analog Gypsies – more than just great music. Be prepared to take a journey in song, alternating between leaning in to listen and jumping up to dance. As one critic proclaims: "You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll beg for more!" ("Critic's Pick" at the News and Observer)





Miles Thompson

Miles Thompson Songwriter and Guitarist

Miles Thompson is a performing songwriter who blends elements of Folk, Country, Blues and Rock in songs that range from heartbreaking to celebratory. His rich baritone voice and melodic guitar style have gained him a loyal and growing audience in the Philadelphia area.

Miles has performed at the prestigious Philadelphia Folk Festival, the Xtreme Folk Festival and at house concerts and acoustic-music venues in the Mid-Atlantic region. The Miles Thompson Band is a regular performer at the legendary Mermaid Inn, Philadelphia, and has been featured as live guests on the Folk Show with Gene Shay on WXPN-FM.

In 2005, his song "Water's Gonna Rise" was a winner of the Xtreme Folk Scene New Song Contest, and has been recorded by fellow Philadelphians, The Berrys, for their CD Fairmount Station.

In 2006, "Walls" was also a winner of the Xtreme Folk Scene New Song Contest.

In 2011, The Miles Thompson Band released the CD Standing On A Ledge, a collection of thirteen original songs recorded in one day. Songs from that CD have received airplay on WXPN-FM.

Most recently, Miles has been performing in a trio format, with well known local musicians:

Ray Duffy - guitar, banjo and backing vocal, and;

Frank Burk - violin and backing vocal.

19

September
Friday,  6pm



$No Cover



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

This Friday - John Beacher



19

September
Friday,  8pm



$12 advance / $15 day of show



Todd O's River of Dreams - Tribute to the music of Billy Joel

River of Dreams

A Tribute to the music of Billy Joel

Todd O has performed over 5000 times in the Philadelphia, New Jersey area as a singer, keyboardist and drummer.

Todd O has written original jazz-rock songs that have been played on radio around the world.

Todd O has performed with Pink, The Philadelphia Orchestra and Chicago as well as with many other artists.

Todd was an extra in the movie "Law Abiding Citizen" starring Jamie Foxx and Gerard Butler.

Todd is a part of Broadway Dreams as a singer and actor.





20

September
Saturday,  8pm



$10



Rent a Cops

THE RENT-A-COPS are Philadelphia's very own, award winning POLICE tribute band.

The brainchild of Michele Lynn, the band's bassist and staple of the Philadelphia music scene, whose goal was to put together the best POLICE tribute band possible while still keeping a uniqueness of their own.

To do this Michele picked from some of Philadelphia's most accomplished and varied musicians. With Italian born, lead singer of Sunshine Superman, Valentina Raffaelli on lead vocals, Michele holding down the low-end, the mind-blowing Jimmy Faber on guitar and Berklee College of Music graduate Josh Steingard on drums matching Stewart Copeland's playing style beat for beat.





21

September
Sunday,  7pm



$No Cover



De Tierra Caliente

After four years touring Argentina, Brazil and Colombia as bassist in several Latin bands, Bronson Tennis returned to Philadelphia to form his own band. De Tierra Caliente: a fusion of Brazilian, Caribbean and American rhythms with catchy melodies and unaffected lyrics. While traveling and learning the languages of Caribbean and Brazilian musicians, Bronson began to mix his American roots with Afro-Latino rhythms to inspire an undeniably fun North/South American dance party.

De Tierra Caliente bridges Philadelphia's boricua (Puerto Rican) and gringo communities, as Bronson is joined by Puerto Rican percussionist and Philly Salsa icon, Edwin "Papo Buda" Rosado, who for decades has performed with local groups such as the Latin Playboys and Saboricua and has appeared with the world-renowned Gran Combo de Puerto Rico. Papo and his red-headed gringo apprentice Tim Leslie are an unlikely duo of bearded percussionists, laying down powerful Latin grooves that make it impossible to stay in your seat.


De Tierra Caliente delivers the sabor, spice and alegría of warm-weather Latin American countries to audiences in the northeastern US, where formidable winters and nose-to-the-grindstone work ethic sometimes overshadow simple pleasures like sharing a meal with friends or going out dancing. At a De Tierra Caliente show, you can't help but warm up as intoxicating songs in Spanish, English and Portuguese sing out the bright colors and familial heat of a South American kitchen.





26

September
Friday,  6pm



$No Cover



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

This Friday - J.D Malone



27

September
Saturday,  8pm



$8 advance / $12 day of show



Richard Bush and The Peace Creeps

Richard Bush, former lead singer for the A's has recently released his second CD with his new band The Peace Creeps called "Time Machine."

Recorded at Richard's home studio in Bensalem, Pa., the 12-song CD was co-written by AJay McLaughlin, a Frankford High School friend and poet who has been Richard's writing partner since the early 90s.

The A's had success in the late 70s/early 80s with two albums on Arista Records and the hit song "A Woman's got the Power."

After the break-up of that iconic Philadelphia band, Bush formed a couple of bands but ended up taking 11 years off from the music business before coming back with The Peace Creeps.

"I love the chemistry of this band. I've never been happier with a band in my life," Richard mused recently.

The second album features the current line-up of Bush on vocals, Johnny Marchiano (Iota, Kenn Kweder, etc) on guitar, Roy Fisher on bass, and Jeff Pancoast on drums.

Former A's member, Rocco Notte adds keyboards on the new CD but is not in the performing band.

The new CD is getting regular airplay on several area radio stations including 88.5 FM WXPN where The Peace Creeps also appeared at a free at noon concert recently. It is available to buy on iTunes or at live shows.



04

October
Saturday,  8pm



$10



The Buicks

Teletone Records is proud to announce the release of the latest CD by legendary
Philadelphia based rhythm and blues band THE BUICKS.

The CD, entitled 'THE BUICKS',is the band's first Teletone release. It features twelve songs, including ten of the original
songs that have made the band a household name in the northeast United States.

For over twenty years, the BUICKS have been delivering their truly unique style of rhythm
and blues to enthusiastic audiences in Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland. They have
built a steady and loyal following on the strength of their live performances and original song
writing. The Philadelphia Inquirer has called them "the best rhythm and blues act in the region".

Described by 14 year member and rhythm guitarist, Joe Borghi as "Americana", the BUICKS
sound is a mix of blues, Philadelphia soul, funk and rock. Featuring the exceptional vocal talents
of lead singer and harmonica player, Guy Stasik, this 6 piece ensemble also boasts a rhythm
section born of 5 gold albums. Bassist Ron Bogden has recorded and toured with notables like
K.C. and the Sunshine Band, Woody's Truck Stop, Sam and Dave and the James Montgomery
Band to name a few. Drummer Larry Spurrier has played with Hall and Oates and other Philly
favorites. Saxophonist, Mike Reinig is a road-tested veteran who has toured with Billy Paul (of
Me and Mrs. Jones fame) and others. Lead guitarist Tom Trovas played with some of the most
extraordinary talents of 60's and 70's, namely with Bugsy Maugh of The Paul Butterfield Blues
Band, and he shared the stage with such giants as Janis Joplin and Frank Zappa.

Four of the six members are featured as song-writers on the new release, and there's a wide
range of musical tastes evident on the CD. Whether you're a blues purist or love the funk, it's
all here for you.

One listen and you'll see why, for over twenty years, the BUICKS have been
Philadelphia's favorite sons.





19

October
Sunday,  7pm



$No Cover



De Tierra Caliente

After four years touring Argentina, Brazil and Colombia as bassist in several Latin bands, Bronson Tennis returned to Philadelphia to form his own band. De Tierra Caliente: a fusion of Brazilian, Caribbean and American rhythms with catchy melodies and unaffected lyrics. While traveling and learning the languages of Caribbean and Brazilian musicians, Bronson began to mix his American roots with Afro-Latino rhythms to inspire an undeniably fun North/South American dance party.

De Tierra Caliente bridges Philadelphia's boricua (Puerto Rican) and gringo communities, as Bronson is joined by Puerto Rican percussionist and Philly Salsa icon, Edwin "Papo Buda" Rosado, who for decades has performed with local groups such as the Latin Playboys and Saboricua and has appeared with the world-renowned Gran Combo de Puerto Rico. Papo and his red-headed gringo apprentice Tim Leslie are an unlikely duo of bearded percussionists, laying down powerful Latin grooves that make it impossible to stay in your seat.


De Tierra Caliente delivers the sabor, spice and alegría of warm-weather Latin American countries to audiences in the northeastern US, where formidable winters and nose-to-the-grindstone work ethic sometimes overshadow simple pleasures like sharing a meal with friends or going out dancing. At a De Tierra Caliente show, you can't help but warm up as intoxicating songs in Spanish, English and Portuguese sing out the bright colors and familial heat of a South American kitchen.





16

November
Sunday,  7pm



$No Cover



De Tierra Caliente

After four years touring Argentina, Brazil and Colombia as bassist in several Latin bands, Bronson Tennis returned to Philadelphia to form his own band. De Tierra Caliente: a fusion of Brazilian, Caribbean and American rhythms with catchy melodies and unaffected lyrics. While traveling and learning the languages of Caribbean and Brazilian musicians, Bronson began to mix his American roots with Afro-Latino rhythms to inspire an undeniably fun North/South American dance party.

De Tierra Caliente bridges Philadelphia's boricua (Puerto Rican) and gringo communities, as Bronson is joined by Puerto Rican percussionist and Philly Salsa icon, Edwin "Papo Buda" Rosado, who for decades has performed with local groups such as the Latin Playboys and Saboricua and has appeared with the world-renowned Gran Combo de Puerto Rico. Papo and his red-headed gringo apprentice Tim Leslie are an unlikely duo of bearded percussionists, laying down powerful Latin grooves that make it impossible to stay in your seat.

De Tierra Caliente delivers the sabor, spice and alegría of warm-weather Latin American countries to audiences in the northeastern US, where formidable winters and nose-to-the-grindstone work ethic sometimes overshadow simple pleasures like sharing a meal with friends or going out dancing. At a De Tierra Caliente show, you can't help but warm up as intoxicating songs in Spanish, English and Portuguese sing out the bright colors and familial heat of a South American kitchen.