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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Greg Sover at World Cafe Live, Joshua Stamper and Crossing Choir at Crane Arts

Greg Sover | photo via artist’s Facebook page

Philly rocker Greg Sover will be tearing it up at World Cafe Live tonight, where he’ll debut a new song called “My City.”  Serving as a tribute to our wonderful dwelling of brotherly love, the song features a variety of Philly artists as well as vocal talent from children at the North Light Community Center. All proceeds from the event will benefit North Light, so the night just got even better. Find info on tickets at the XPN Concert Calendar, and listen to his cover of “Ain’t No Sunshine” below. Continue reading →

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The Crossing to premiere Joshua Stamper piece ‘mid the steep sky’s commotion

Joshua Stamper
Joshua Stamper | photo courtesy of the artist

On Sunday, June 11th, The Crossing will open their Month of Moderns series at Crane Arts with the world premiere of a new piece composed by Philadelphia-based musician Joshua Stamper. Performed by the local Grammy-nominated choral group, Stamper’s ‘mid the steep sky’s commotion explores “what the wind says” with a collage of wind-blown texts.

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Kristin Hersh at Tin Angel, Jesse Hale Moore at Johnny Brenda’s, Square Peg Round Hole at Crane Arts and more

Kristin Hersh | via facebook.com/strangeangels

Alternative era favorite Kristin Hersh takes over the Tin Angel in support of her massive 2016 record Wyatt at the Coyote Place, a double LP bringing her left-of-center songwriting into tight focus for an engrossing set. The gig is 21+ and more information can be found on the XPN Concert Calendar. Continue reading →

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Join experimental trio Square Peg Round Hole at a one-time-only show on December 15th

Square Peg Round Hole | Photo by Breanna Keohane for WXPN
Square Peg Round Hole | Photo by Breanna Keohane for WXPN
Experimental Philly trio Square Peg Round Hole will stage a one-time-only performance of their newest EP Five Years on December 15th at Crane Arts. This performance is special because it will explore a more ambient style of music showcased on their record as opposed to their standard fare of percussive instrumental tunes.

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