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Philly bands at Phillies games: See Vita and the Woolf and Good Old War this weekend

Vita and the Woolf | Photo by Phobymo Photography
Vita and the Woolf | Photo by Morgan Smith |  phobymo.com

This weekend, a couple Philly musicians will take the field at Citizens’ Bank Park to serenade baseball fans. Both Good Old War and Vita and the Woolf will be performing “God Bless America” during the 7th inning stretch of separate Phillies games; Good Old War will perform on Friday, June 26th in the Phils’ game versus the Nationals (the game starts at 7:05 p.m.), while Vita and the Woolf will play on Sunday, June 28th (the game starts at 1:35 p.m.). Continue reading →

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Watch Good Old War perform an acoustic version of their new album’s title track

Good Old War | Photo by Shane Tim
Good Old War | Photo by Shane Tim

We’re pumped for the release of Broken Into Better Shape, the upcoming album from Philly alternative duo (formerly trio) Good Old War. After getting a taste of what the album has in store with catchy singles like “Tell Me What You Want From Me” and “Broken Record,” you can now listen to the album’s title track. Continue reading →

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Good Old War, Young Statues, The Early November to play NJ’s Pinelands Music Festival

Photo courtesy of the artist
Photo courtesy of the artist

The inaugural Pinelands Music Festival brings a collection of Philly indie rock favorites to Millville in South Jersey on August 15. The event, announced this week, features acoustic pop trio Good Old War – who will be re-joined by founding drummer Tim Arnold and is set to release an album this summer. The bill also includes Young Statues, Locals and The Early November from Hammonton, New Jersey. Continue reading →

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Watch Anthony Green perform six songs off Young Legs live for Audiotree

Anthony Green | Photo by Rachel Barrish | rachelbarrish.com
Anthony Green | Photo by Rachel Barrish | rachelbarrish.com

Back in November, Anthony Green and Good Old War stopped by Audiotree in Chicago to perform six songs off Green’s newest album Young Legs and discuss the importance of writing honest music kong other topics. A tight set and a stellar vocal take by Anthony Green make this live session a must-see for anyone who was not able to make it out to his huge show at Union Transfer. Check out the video below.

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