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Perkasie - Live Music Schedule

All Shows are free, unless otherwise noted

This talented 6-piece group delivers rock n’ roll the way you remember it – full of the energy, excitement and passion.
With a versatile line-up that features male & female lead vocals, 4-part vocal harmony, guitars, harmonica, limitless keyboard sounds, bass, sax and electronic drums, they easily recreate the sounds of the 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s right through to today’s contemporary artists.
Friday, May 24th (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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Big Chill
Deal aims to continue on with spirit of The Grateful Dead, putting forth our own flavor and voice.
Saturday, May 25th (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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Deal (Celebrating the Music of the Grateful Dead)
Funkin' Soulnuts, one of the area's most exciting local bands are bringing a fresh new twist to the live music experience. Made up of five seasoned musicians that play ONLY the hits from the 70s, 80s, 90s and beyond. It’s Billy Joel to BTO and Springsteen to Smash Mouth. The energetic enthusiasm and audience participation of an FSN show creates a singularly unique experience!
Friday, May 31st (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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FUNKIN' SOULNUTS
Originally rooted in Scranton, Pennsylvania, Johnny Lit’s Jerry Duty is a nationally touring tribute to the music of Jerry Garcia. Fronted by Johnny with his high energy and intuitive approach to performances, it has quickly risen to become a force in the live music scene. Shows including a cast of all star lineups with members of Bob Weirs Ratdog, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Melvin Seal’s JGB, Twiddle, American Babies and more. Sprinkled with authentic instrumentation that will “take you there”. Their mission is not only to pay tribute to the music performed by Jerry but most importantly deliver the “Experience” which is heavily based on the collective, free flowing improvisation of the artists and audience rarely felt today.
Saturday, June 1st (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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Johnny Lit's Jerry Duty
A native of the Philadelphia area, Max Swan’s earliest forays into music revolved around jazz. Max is a classically-trained saxophonist who has studied under Saturday Night Live band leader Lenny Pickett, and has emerged as an accomplished vocalist and hip hop producer. Max’s unique skillset – coupled with his innate ability to break genre boundaries – has resulted in a distinctive “electrosoul” sound that blends the musicality and improvisational spirit of jazz with elements of 21st Century soul, harmony-rich R&B, and contemporary hip hop.
Friday, June 7th (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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Max Swan
The Wonton Soups are a quirky and lovable band from the Lehigh Valley, PA. Bringing together experience from musical theater, jazz, Drum Corps and even self taught musicians, The Soups have a unique sound with ska, pop punk, jazz and big band influence.
Saturday, June 8th (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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The Wonton Soups
The Mighty Manatees are a musical co-operative that can swell from an acoustic duo to a 10-piece orchestra. Reggae, country, blues, folk, ska, funk, zydeco and rock 'n roll peacefully co-exist under The Mightees musical umbrella. They have played with America, David Amram, Commander Cody, The Spin Doctors, Richard Hell, The Radiators, U2, Nigel Hall, Lettuce and many more.
Friday, June 14th (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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The Mighty Manatees
With a musical pedigree that includes KRCO, Wheetstone Bridge, Buddha's Kitchen, Barleyjuice, Tom Gala, Tie Dye Hillbilly Dance Party, Pyrenesia and tons more, this group of players delivers high-energy, powerful acoustic music that's not quite bluegrass; not quite rock-n-roll; not quite New Wave—it's "bluewave" and the primitives of this new musical turn are The Blue Wave Ramblers.
Saturday, June 15th (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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The Blue Wave Ramblers
My name is Karl Hill but I go by the name of DJ Hill. My love of DJing began at the age of 16 playing music for my friends and family in Philadelphia. For the last 20 years I have lived in the Telford area djing  many different kinds of events from weddings, birthday parties and anniversaries to school dances and dance recitals. I truly enjoy when people are able to dance and enjoy themselves by playing all genres of music from the 60s to current artists. Old school Hip hop and R&B is where my love of music all began.
Saturday, June 21st (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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DJ HILL
Having been dubbed “the hardest working band in construction”, OLD LADY has spent over a decade playing the basements, honky tonks, and dance halls of the Mid-Atlantic and beyond. In a celebration of freedom and song, their music is a dance between the nightlife, and the sun up to sun down toil of the trades.
Saturday, June 22nd (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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Old Lady
Mars Counsel ignites hearts with soulful melodies and captivating rock rhythms. hailing from diverse musical backgrounds, the band's unique sound is a harmonious fusion of soul, indie, and rock elements.

cat in the wall met in cherry hill, new jersey in 2013 and decided to start a band to play covers of their favorite bands like the foo fighters and red hot chili peppers. soon they created their own style of alternative rock, filled with inspiration from emo, funk, indie rock, jazz, and more.
Friday, June 28th (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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Mars Counsel + Cat in the Wall
A native of the Philadelphia area, Max Swan’s earliest forays into music revolved around jazz. Max is a classically-trained saxophonist who has studied under Saturday Night Live band leader Lenny Pickett, and has emerged as an accomplished vocalist and hip hop producer. Max’s unique skillset – coupled with his innate ability to break genre boundaries – has resulted in a distinctive “electrosoul” sound that blends the musicality and improvisational spirit of jazz with elements of 21st Century soul, harmony-rich R&B, and contemporary hip hop.
Friday, July 5th (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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Max Swan
Crickets & Cicadas is an acoustic-ish Grateful Dead tribute band based in NJ/PA, with a rotating cast of players curated by Anton Milioti.
Saturday, July 6th (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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Crickets & Cicadas (Acoustic Dead Tribute)
Original Rock band based out of Lehigh Valley, PA. Project 9 is the premiere DIY band, giving their fans original music combined with hit covers from all decades and a high-energy performance to remember!
Friday, July 12th (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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Project 9
Mike Greer & Co. excels in delivering a blend of classic rock melodies with an acoustic essence, forging a distinctive and memorable sound that captivates fans across generations.
Saturday, July 13th (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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Mike Greer & Co.
RWC blends many genres together such as Jam Band, Psychedelic Rock, Jazz, Funk, and Hard Rock to appeal to music and art appreciators of all sorts. The set lists vary from show to show but often include free flowing and electric improvisational pieces, original songs, and unique covers of bands such as The Grateful Dead, Phish, The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Miles Davis, and many more. Shows always bring audiences into psychedelic splendor as well as getting down into funky and dancing jams, it all depends on the show, the vibe, and the audience.
Friday, July 19th (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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Riko And The Whaler Collective
Basic Cable brings you the Golden Age of MTV. With a mix of New Wave, synthpop, rock, hair metal, and dance-pop, Basic Cable takes you back to when MTV brought you the music and the look and will keep you dancing all night long. This four-piece powerhouse with male and female lead vocals recreates the music from all your favorite music videos from the 80s and brings a fun-filled and immersive audience experience. Say it loud: I Want My MTV!
Saturday, July 20th (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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Basic Cable
Old School was founded 15 years ago on the idea that all performances should have the excitement and atmosphere of the iconic bands they grew up listening to.

they have spent over a decade fine tuning their repertoire and stage show to become the area's premiere 80's rock act. patrons will enjoy the clothing, popular songs, and full production including a state of the art sound system and lighting.
Friday, July 26th (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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Old School
Based out of southeastern PA, The Keystone Breakers are heavily influenced by 70’s country, cosmic country, southern rock, and American roots music. Since 2014 they have been performing their own brand of original music, and putting their own touch on the classics to deliver a unique yet familiar experience. From storytelling songs, to tasty guitar licks, and three part harmonies, there’s a little bit of something for everyone!
Saturday, July 27th (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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The Keystone Breakers
A native of the Philadelphia area, Max Swan’s earliest forays into music revolved around jazz. Max is a classically-trained saxophonist who has studied under Saturday Night Live band leader Lenny Pickett, and has emerged as an accomplished vocalist and hip hop producer. Max’s unique skillset – coupled with his innate ability to break genre boundaries – has resulted in a distinctive “electrosoul” sound that blends the musicality and improvisational spirit of jazz with elements of 21st Century soul, harmony-rich R&B, and contemporary hip hop.
Friday, August 2nd (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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Max Swan
This Old Engine is a Grateful Dead cover / tribute band sharing their interpretation of the music. Based out of Morris county, NJ area.
Saturday, August 3rd (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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This old Engine
The Audio Files, America's favorite party rock band. Based out of the Lehigh Valley, The Audio Files play your favorite hits from artists such as The Black Keys, Tom Petty, Billy Joel, Green Day, Pink, Guns N' Roses, Harry Styles, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, and so much more!
Friday, August 16th (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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The Audio Files
Fleetwood Mac Tribute Act.
Friday, August 30th (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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Yesterday's Gone
As the name suggests, New Pony Funk lives on the funky side of town, and their live shows bear witness to their long-standing residency in the neighborhood. This is a tight, powerful band with some serious muscle. As influences, they cite The Meters, Tower of Power, Dumpstaphunk, The Isley Brothers, Sly and the Family Stone, but when all is said and done NPF is a home-grown Philly Original.
Saturday, August 31st (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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New Pony Funk
A native of the Philadelphia area, Max Swan’s earliest forays into music revolved around jazz. Max is a classically-trained saxophonist who has studied under Saturday Night Live band leader Lenny Pickett, and has emerged as an accomplished vocalist and hip hop producer. Max’s unique skillset – coupled with his innate ability to break genre boundaries – has resulted in a distinctive “electrosoul” sound that blends the musicality and improvisational spirit of jazz with elements of 21st Century soul, harmony-rich R&B, and contemporary hip hop.
Friday, September 6th (7:00PM - 10:00PM)
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Max Swan
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