Thanks to our Spider friend Chris Henderson for capturing this shot of Tin Bird Choir and Friends at Steel City Coffee during a show benefiting the Phoenixville Area Community Center (PACS).
Spiders on the Town! Great photos by Karl McWherter Photography too!
Hearing or Reading words like Acoustic, Improvisation, and Strings, may bring associations like Tranquility,Poise, and Dexterity to mind. But upon seeing these “experience placeholders” exhibited live, words vanish and “I FEEL IT ALL” like Feist. The Acoustic Dirk Quinn Band and Michael Gilbert Ronstadt Improvisational String Quartet…er…Trio brought intense vibrations of sound, spirit, light, and emotion to the Steel City Coffee House in Phoenixville, PA.
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I don’t always f**k with spiders, but when I do, it’s because these Little Spiders Have Big Dreams in the music business. I was hanging around the Steel City Coffeehouse in Phoenixville, PA and got caught up in a groovy web of talented musicians, playing their dreams on stage. The “webmaster” and spinner of musical dreams is none other than Ernie Tokay of the local folk rock band The Turnips, also the owner, producer, and engineer of Little Spiders Have Big Dreams Studio in Kimberton, PA. Ernie has just released an album (available on CDBaby) with samples from the various artists that are recording at his studio. One of the artists featured on this sample set with their song “Runaway” is thundergrass band, HogMaw, whose album Wake was released last summer.
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