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Bluegrass Legend Raymond McLain Performs In Philadelphia

Nov. 8 Rajant World Music Concert Benefits UNICEF USA By Melissa Jacobs Sponsored Content Combine poetry with a banjo, add a fiddle and gorgeous harmonies, and you might come close to the music Raymond McLain hears in his head. “I hear an idea of a song and think about how to create it,” McLain said,Continue reading “Bluegrass Legend Raymond McLain Performs In Philadelphia”

West Chester’s Gina Zo Finds Her Real “Voice”

Gypsy-Rock Band Velvet Rouge Releases New Music By Abby Wolfe, Entertainment Editor Back in 2016, then 17-year-old Gina Zo of West Chester thought she’d hit the musical jackpot when she landed a coveted spot on NBC’s “The Voice” singing competition. While she’s grateful for the experience, Zo realizes that managers and record executives were encouragingContinue reading “West Chester’s Gina Zo Finds Her Real “Voice””

Meet Opera Philadelphia’s First Female Chorus Master

Opera Philadelphia to Perform at Rajant World Music Benefit Nov. 8 by Melissa Jacobs Sponsored Content Can opera be a form of social activism? It can if Elizabeth Braden is conducting. Braden, the first female conductor and chorus master of Opera Philadelphia, believes that music can also be healing and unifying. She’s turned poetry byContinue reading “Meet Opera Philadelphia’s First Female Chorus Master”

New Netflix Documentary’s Philly Connection

“Descendant” Sheds Light on Questlove and Donn T’s Family History Donn T To Appear At Rajant World Benefit Concert Nov. 8 by Melissa Jacobs Sponsored Content Days before the Oct. 21 premiere of “Descendant,” the new Netflix documentary that traces her family history, Philly songstress Donn T remembered the first time she heard about TheContinue reading “New Netflix Documentary’s Philly Connection”

Rajant’s Star-Studded World Music Benefit Is Nov. 8 In Philadelphia

Malvern-Based Tech Company Hosts Concert That Features Opera Philadelphia, Tequila Rock Revolution and Donn T by Melissa Jacobs Sponsored Content Opera, rock ‘n roll, bluegrass, and metal-infused mariachi will share the stage at Rajant’s World Music Benefit on Nov. 8 from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. at City Winery in Philadelphia. The exclusive concert willContinue reading “Rajant’s Star-Studded World Music Benefit Is Nov. 8 In Philadelphia”

Philly Music Fest 2022 is Oct. 10-15

Local favorites Mt. Joy and Saleka featured at Ardmore Music Hall by Davis Giangiulio, Managing Editor Philly Music Fest is back … live and in person. The indie rock festival returns October 10-15 with a line-up that includes performances from Mt. Joy, Low Cut Connie, Screaming Females and a host of other acts. The showsContinue reading “Philly Music Fest 2022 is Oct. 10-15”

Bryn Mawr Night’s Fun-Filled, Star-Studded Event Is Sept. 23

Shopping, dining specials, music, the Bryn Mawrtini – and Kathy Sledge – are on tap for Bryn Mawr Business Association’s annual Bryn Mawr Night. by Carole Felton Shore, guest contributor Save the date! On Sept. 23 from 5 pm – 8 pm, Bryn Mawr’s best arts, entertainment, shopping and dining will be on display duringContinue reading “Bryn Mawr Night’s Fun-Filled, Star-Studded Event Is Sept. 23”

Luxury Picnics

Glam, posh and romantic, these luxury picnics are how we want to celebrate … everything. Meet the women creating luxury picnics, the hottest party trend on the Main Line, Philadelphia, Delaware and the Jersey Shore. by Diane Oliva, style editor Engagements, showers, birthday parties, girls’ nights out and date nights have been tough to planContinue reading “Luxury Picnics”

A Big Welsh Party Is Coming To the Main Line and Philadelphia

Philadelphia Welsh Week is Aug. 27-Sept. 4 Bryn Mawr, Bala Cynwyd, Narberth, Tredyffrin … Where do these names come from? Wales, specifically the Welsh Quakers who settled in what is now the Main Line. The region’s heritage will be celebrated during Philadelphia Welsh Week, Aug. 27-Sept. 4. Part of the North American Festival of Wales,Continue reading “A Big Welsh Party Is Coming To the Main Line and Philadelphia”

The Insiders’ Guide To Bryn Mawr

19 Reasons We Love Bryn Mawr by Carole Felton Shore From Lancaster Ave. to Bryn Mawr Ave. to Rosemont Square, Bryn Mawr is where hip and artsy meet sophistication, all of it grounded in local history.  “The town is always incorporating new ideas, sensibilities and trends,” said Hank Wilson, president of the Bryn Mawr CivicContinue reading “The Insiders’ Guide To Bryn Mawr”