Bucks County

Cool Winter Concerts

As the weather wanes from bearable to gradually less so, escape the chill with an indoor concert or show. Bucks County tends to attract and cultivate exceptional talent, which can help do away with the winter blues.

November 30

Patterson Hood (of Drive-By Truckers)

Sellersville Theater

Hood’s band Drive-By Truckers catapulted him into country music stardom, and now he has branched off to further develop as a solo artist. He has relaxed into a mellowed version of his former self and continues to bring a certain social consciousness throughout his evolution.

 

December 7

Sons of Serendip Christmas: Beyond the Lights

Sellersville Theater

They say friends often make the best bandmates and that is certainly true in this case. These four met serendipitously at Boston University and auditioned for America’s Got Talent. They gathered steam quickly and even won fourth place in the 2014 season. This is the perfect show to get you in the mood for Christmas.

 

December 8

Countdown to Ecstasy – A Tribute to the Music of Steely Dan

Puck

It’s hard to make a case against the musical ingenuity and meticulousness of Steely Dan no matter who you are or what you like. United by their mutual respect for Fagen and Becker’s compositions, this group puts their dedication into delivering the goods to patrons at Puck.

 

December 15

Girls Guns And Glory

Sellersville Theater

It isn’t easy to get on Rolling Stone’s 10 New Artists You Need to Know list, and yet these guys have managed it. They’ve worked tirelessly at their craft and released a number of albums, attracting critic acclaim and awards along the way. Described as roots rock with a country twang, their influences include the likes of Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry and Buddy Holly.

 

January 24

Winter Festival Jamaican Jam

Karla's Restaurant

Warm up and get your "jam" on with music from local legend John Beacher. You'll also enjoy a themed menu along with a magic show. This is just one of the many events taking place during the Lambertville-New Hope Winter Festival January 20-28.

 

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