DUKES GIGS: www.dukesofdestiny.com
1) Tuesday, June 6th; Seger Playground; 10th and Lombard Sts. Philadelphia, PA 5:30-7:30
2) Monday, June 26-Lovett Library-Germantown Ave and Sedgwick Street, Philadelphia, PA; 6:30-8PM
3) Wednesday, June 28th Narberth Wednesday Series; 5-7PM: Haverford Ave and Narberth Ave, Narberth, PA
As the next three Dukes’ gigs indicate, it is spring and summer outdoor concert time. The Dukes love playing outdoor gigs- there is a wonderful mix of people of all ages, good food always abounds, and there is spirit of good feeling in the air. I especially love that kids get to see that music is made by actual, real people and it is not just something on a stream or a video. It is true fun. And these are three gigs that are in wonderful places.
Seger Playground is in my old stomping grounds; I used to live at 12th and Rodman St, literally two blocks away. It is a great spot in a great neighborhood. Lovett
is my local Philadelphia public library, and it is just two blocks away
from where I live now. I spend a lot of time there, and now I get to
spend time there playing as well as reading and taking out books.
is one of my favorite small towns with great shops, a nice library, and
plenty of good restaurants. We are fortunate to have these gigs and we
invite you to come to any and/or all of them. Great sounds in great places. Hope to see you there.
JOHNNY NEVER & JOHN COLGAN-DAVIS Johnny Never-guitar/vocal; John Colgan-Davis-harp; https://johnnynever.com
1) Thursday, June 15; Letty’s Tavern; 201 State Street :Kennett Square PA 19348 https://www.lettystavern.com/
2) Wednesday, June 21;WORLD MUSIC DAY;4:30-6:30PM 6:30PM:44 West Gay Street, Jack Loewe Plaza:West Chester, PA 19380
The Sunday Blues Jam; Jamey’s House of Music; 32 S Lansdowne Ave; Lansdowne, PA:215-477-9895 ; House band set from 12-1PM: open jam from 1-3:00 pm. No cover.
Blues lovers and players have made Jamey's Sunday Blues Jam the place for great blues jamming, really good and inexpensive eats, ales on tap, fresh ground coffee and espresso, and friendly people who love the blues. Each Sunday features an hour long set by a house band, and then an open jam until 3PM. Most Sundays the great Philly Blues Kings, featuring guitar and keyboard ace Dave Reiter, do the 1 hour set, and on the second Sunday of the month The Roger Girke-John Colgan-Davis Project do it. Got an instrument? Sing? Just want to listen to some exciting blues? Come on out and take part in this great blues jam with great food and wonderful liquid refreshments; it is a great time.