John Magill and Bob and Bob come in for a visit. One Bob plays snare drum, one an acoustic electric bass. With a very cool lean guitar sound the trio known as John Magill and the Have Nots play some originals, tells some stories and cracks some jokes. We had a good time.
Carl Steinberg is a full time dentist and part time musician. So his songs are about life and dentistry. Listen in as he talks love songs and root canals (just kidding) But he does do songs about denistry
Sisters Danielle and Jennifer bring their sunny dispositions and beautiful harmonies to brighten up the Dungeon From Broadway to Montgomery County they’ve been around, and their songs and voices are great. Listen to their stories and their original songs
Lou and Greg Kramer visit the Dungeon. The brothers from Philly play Lou’s original songst hat are pretty optimistic in nature. They do a few songs about the Jersey shore and talk about their lives and their love for music.
Philly folkies Rusty and Jan bring the first woodwind into the Dungeon. Rusty plays the guitar, sings and writes most of the songs. Jan plays the flute and adds her voice. A great combination. Give a listen as they do some songs and talk about their music and experiences
John Hastings and Pat Carey from the band Coyote Jack visit us and debut their new project “Destination” with John on Guitar and vocals, and Dungeon favorite Pat back on the harp, they play their songs about immigrants coming to America. John tells us the stories behind his songs. Tune in!!