~"~ Christopher Davis-Shannon ~"~
Christopher Davis-Shannon's music is the essence of honest simplicity. Bringing together influence ranging from Fats Waller to Chet Baker, he creates an atmosphere that will instantly transport you back to jazz clubs, and speakeasies of the early 20th century. Not Content being labelled a traditionalist, he forges ahead breathing new life into old classics, weaving together a sound that is enjoyed by both young and old.
~"~ Evan Cory Levine ~"~
Evan Cory Levine is a dynamic, Philadelphia-based entertainer, bandleader and producer who has been lauded as a “virtuoso and absurdist performer.” He is widely in-demand as a guitarist and vocalist for ensembles specializing in 1920s jazz music, but his full artistic range is both diverse and timeless.
~"~ Heather Fisch ~"~
Heather Fisch is a musician, storyteller and vaudevillian trickster based in the Berkshires, MA, who casts an intricate spell of charm and folly over all who chance upon her antics. "My face hurts from smiling so hard," say many who have witnessed her bizarre magic in action.
~"~ Jessica Gerhardt ~"~
Jessica Gerhardt, a singer-songwriter-ukuleleist from Santa Monica, CA, explores discernment, vulnerability, and the challenge of loving well in her music. Her gentle yet resonant voice infuses her earnest, lyric-driven songs with a soothing and passionate spirit. Jessica's music creates a space of communion - solidarity in others' experiences of truth, goodness, beauty, contentment, impatience, and that universal longing for connection - for home.
Backing Band: Chad Brown (West Philadelphia Orchestra, Grubby Little Hands) - Drums Dan Nosheny (Polkadelphia, Red Hot Ramblers) - Tuba Frank Rein (The Singular Band, West Philadelphia Orchestra) - Trombone Evan Cory Levine (The Singular Band, Red Hot Ramblers) - Ukulele, Guitar, Banjo