The 2021 Bands

Friday, September 10:

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4:00-5:30 - Somebody to Love  

"With a focus on classic rock and a mixture of pop, blues and country,

Somebody to Love is one of Indiana's most popular bands and regularly fills

venues  and dance floors. Band members Lynne Jones (vocals, tambourine, flute)

Ryan Long (bass guitar, vocals) Chuck Potthast (guitar, vocals)

Dave Serene (lead guitarist, vocals) and Wally Stapleton (drums) have been

entertaining crowds for over ten years. " to Love Band, Indiana pa (Musician/Band)

6:00 pm- 7:30 pm -The Moore Brothers - sorry to announce that they had to cancel.

Get ready to be entertained by one of the most versatile music acts in the country. You've heard of three men and a baby, how about four brothers and a wife. Meet the Moore Brothers - four real brothers, Rick, John, Bill and Mike Moore and the wife, Janie. The Moore Brothers are one of the most unique music act you will ever see. They sing Doo-Wop, they do the 50's, they do the 60's, including the high notes of those great songs of Jay & the Americans and Roy Orbison. They do classic rock. They do hits of the country legends as well as today's best country artists.

BLACK RIDGE will now be performing -  high energy original  rock music.

8:00 pm - 9:30 pm - 13 Stories  

13 Stories is 80s rock band, paying tribute to one of the greatest decades ever in music…The Big 80s!! Formed in 2011, 13 Stories has spent the past decade playing hundreds of shows around the tri-state area. The                  current lineup of the band includes both male and female vocalists, alowing us to cover a wide range of 80s era hits from artists such as Joan Jett, Pat Benatar, Lita Ford, Whitesnake, Poison, Journey, Guns & Roses,                Heart, Night Ranger, Bon Jovi….the list goes on and on!!

Come to a show and party like its 1987 forever with the area’s premier 80s rock show….13 Stories!! The band features local members Rick Topeka on keyboards, and Joe Lybarger on bass guitar. Lead vocals are handled by Ford City’s Jill Strong and Apollo’s Mark Anderson. Lead guitar duties fall to Dave Batistig of Shelocta (Elderton) PA. Holding down the rhythm section on drums is Plum Boro’s very own JT Thomas.

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              Bands 4:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Main Stage, Philadelphia & 6th Streets


4:30-6:00 pm - Pure Gold - Final Tour

With signature acappella vocals and four-part harmonies,  Pure Gold delivers diverse sounds and musical styles with a stage presence that transcends audience ages and backgrounds. Bringing the golden                       age of American vocal harmony to performances from Radio City Music Hall to The Waldorf Astoria and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Pure Gold doo-wops their way through the decades, performing material from the 50s, 60s, and 70s, as well as a blend of blues, standards and original material to highlight their unique talents and range.  and on Gold

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm - The Peace Sign Band sign Band (Musician/Band)     

Watch their you-tube video here.​



8:30 pm -10:00 pm - Juke House Bombers

The Jukehouse Bombers are an explosive five-piece band from Indiana, Pennsylvania, dedicated to keeping the blues alive and well. Formed in 2011, the JHB lineup includes Troy Laney on bass, Andy Kirsch and Joe Roach on guitar, Logan Yonkoske on drums, and Jimmy Roach on guitar and harmonica. Jimmy, Joe and Troy share vocal duties. Seasoned performers, the Bombers have extensive recording and touring experience and have supported various national acts including Sonny Landreth, .38 Special, Dan Baird of the Georgia Satellites, Ana Popovic, Garry Tallent of the E Street Band. Their original songwriting reflects influences of classic blues, soul and southern rock served up with a contemporary flavor  and on bombers (Musician/Band)

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