Sep 22 Friday
Village Green Concerts are free, and the last four feature Richard Sleigh, harmonica virtuoso on Sept. 1; Steve Van Hook and Jim Colbert, folk & story telling, Sept. 8; Extra Miles with Andrea Miles (vocals, percussion, mandolin), Patty McKenna (vocals, guitar), and Ruth Williamson (guitar, banjo, percussion), Sept. 15; Doug Irwin & Larry Bogess, singer/songwriters, Sept. 22; and The Nittany Valley Wranglers, bluegrass, Sept. 29. September concerts begin at 7 pm - 8:30 pm, and ice cream cones are available by Scout Troop 367 for a donation to the troop.
Sep 29 Friday
Standing Stone Concerts is delighted to welcome the regional favorite jazz and pop group Natascha and The Spy Boys to the stage on Friday, September 29, 2023. The outdoor concert will be held at The Crooked House at Homecoming Park, 204 Market Street in Milesburg. Doors will be at 7:00 PM, and music will be from 7:30 to 9:00 PM. The event is free, and light refreshments will be provided.
Natascha & The Spy Boys play an eclectic mix of blues, jazz & swing, their musical stylings recalling the smoky atmosphere of a 1920s Berlin nightclub. The group has appeared regularly at clubs and festivals throughout the Centre Region and features the lead vocals of German-born Natascha Hoffmeyer.
“Audiences always have a great time at Natascha and The Spy Boys shows,” says Stacy Glen Tibbetts, lead producer of the series. “We are lucky to be able to present this talented trio in a listening environment.” Natascha will be joined by veteran musicians and bandmates John “J.T.” Thompson on keyboards and Robert Gardner on bass.
Oct 01 Sunday
Playing together since 2003, JT and Andy concoct a musical roux flavored by classic Blues & Jazz, and they repeat this the first Sunday of every month at Webrter's Vegan Brunch, Noon-2pm
Oct 10 Tuesday
The artists of Las Cafeteras mix roots music with Afro-Mexican rhythms and powerful rhymes for a “uniquely Angeleno mishmash of punk, hip-hop, beat music, cumbia and rock” (Los Angeles Times).
Born and raised in East Los Angeles, the contemporary Chicano troubadours — Jose Cano, Denise Carlos, David Flores, Hector Flores, Daniel French, and Leah Gallegos — fashion a patchwork quilt of “urgent, relevant music” with infectious live performances.
The musicians have performed with Mexican musical icons Café Tacuba and Lila Downs; Columbian singer Juanes; hip-hop artist Common; and West Coast legends Ozomatli, Los Lobos, and the LA Phil. The group also has performed for Seattle radio station’s popular web series Live on KEXP, and at festivals such as Bonnaroo and Monterey Jazz.
Nov 05 Sunday
Nov 09 Thursday
JT Thompson brings his One-Man Piano Band back to the Hollow! Join him for Original and Classic Blues & Rock
Nov 18 Saturday
When young and exciting composer / improvisor Zoh Amba and veteran hard hitting percussionist Chris Corsano met about two years ago in Brooklyn, they immediately hit it off and decided to join forces. They have performed extensively in North America and Canada as a duo and in a variety of trios with luminaries such as Ryan Sawyer, Trevor Dunn, Bill Orcutt, Micah Thomas, and Thomas Morgan. Their duo performances coalesce into something all its own; forward-thinking, free-wheeling, a totally in the moment high energy exchange, creating uniquely memorable performances each time.
Dec 03 Sunday
Apr 02 Tuesday
One of Happy Valley's musical gems is the amazing Zeropoint Big Band. This 16-piece all-star jazz band is one of the best of its kind in Pennsylvania. Join them at their longtime monthly home for an evening of engaging live music, great food and drink, and wonderful community spirit.