Tonight’s Concert Picks: John Doe at Sellersville Theater, No Sailor at Ortlieb’s and more

John Doe
John Doe | Photo by Jim Harrington | courtesy of the artist

John Nommensen Duchac, better known as John Doe of LA punk legends X, makes his way out east to Sellersville Theater for a performance to celebrate his new record The Westerner. Doe’s expansive career has landed him in all genres of music, as his latest effort describes itself as “psychedelic soul music from the Arizona desert.” The gig is all ages, and more information/tickets can be found on the XPN Concert Calendar. Continue reading →


New Music Show Preview! John Doe (w/ Debbie Harry), Rogue Wave & more!

Mothers | Photo by Kristin Karch | courtesy of the artist


Monday nights mean NEW music on XPN. Mike V has got you covered this Monday night from 8-10PM and there’s no shortage of fun new stuff to spin.  Here’s a sample of what we’ll hear:


“Go Baby Go” by JOHN DOE feat. DEBBIE HARRY

Two great voices come together on this new track. X co-founder John Doe is set to release a brand new solo album, The Westerner, this April.  He recruits a few familiar voices to lend a hand.  In addition to Chan Marshall (Cat Power) who appears on the album, Blondie’s Debbie Harry collaborates on this catchy little jam “Go Baby Go” … Continue reading →


Tonight’s Concert Picks: Delta Rae w/ Gabe Dixon at Musikfest Cafe, John Doe at World Cafe Live

Photo by Joe del Tufo |
Photo by Joe del Tufo |

Just recently, Delta Rae put on a sensational show at World Cafe Live at the Queen in Delaware, and they return to our area tonight at the Musikfest Cafe in Bethlehem. The band is currently working on a new album and has been road testing a number of songs. Opening is Nashville singer-songwriter Gabe Dixon. Get tickets and more information on the XPN Concert Calendar here. Below, download for free a live version of “Bottom of the River” recorded at the Cat’s Cradle in North Carolina.

John Doe of the punk band X plays World Cafe Live tonight. Doe recently released his first ever “best of” collection, including 24 song from his solo albums. Tickets to the show and information here. Tickets and more information here Below, watch John and Kathleen Edwards perform “The Golden State.”