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Baltimore based Rock & Soul band, Pages & Poets shakes the walls this Saturday @ The Legendary Dobbs on South Street in Philadelphia. You can hear the new EP for free now @ PagesAndPoets.com
Check us out on Facebook @ Facebook.com/PagesAndPoets
Doors open @ 8 and we go on second.
We’d love for you to come check us out…it’s gonna be a great night of music!
Hello there! My name is Richard Warren Gibson. I am a recent graduate of the Community College of Philadelphia’s Art & Design program.
I am an illustrator, graphic designer and a photographer. I am interested in submitting a comic strip to your magazine.
I have submitted numerous comic strips and have had my work published in CCP’s student newspaper, the Vanguard during my attendance. In addition to the Vanguard, I have had my work published in Fun Times Magazine, where I interned and did contract design & photography work for.
What are the requirements for submission? How does one go about submitting comics or working out a deal doing such with your publication.
Thank you for you time,
Richard Warren Gibson
Get ready for another round of our monthly Communion Residency Tour! Spring is just around the corner, so come celebrate with our April line-up featuring Hey Rosetta, Kevin Garrett, Willie Watson, Young Statues, and many more! As always, these nights are a magical night of artist discovery and they happen every month. April is no different, showcasing the best national and local music. Be sure to check out the entire line up for all cities and get pre-sale tickets at http://www.communionmusic.com
Hey Rosetta! hails from the rocky and cold northeastern province of Newfoundland, Canada. In 2005, frontman Tim Baker arrived home from a road trip with a suitcase full of poems and melodies. Hey Rosetta! was formed soon after with the addition of a string section (cellist Romesh Thavanathan and violinist Kinley Dowling) and rhythm section (bassist Josh Ward, drummer Phil Maloney, and guitarist Adam Hogan). Since then, they’ve blossomed into a powerful group whose explosive live shows have earned them a devoted following.
Kevin Garrett is a singer and songwriter from Brooklyn, New York. His poignant lyricism
and musicianship have been showcased in numerous projects over the past several years.
The Pittsburgh native has spent much of the last decade performing his original work,
sharing the stage with James Vincent McMorrow, Emily King, Norah Jones, and Maps & Atlases among others. Kevin recently released his debut single “Coloring,” signifying a new direction in his work and showcasing his versatility as a songwriter. “Coloring” earned considerable attention since its premiere on Pigeons and Planes, having been featured on Spotifyʼs New Music Tuesday list as well as charting on Spotifyʼs Viral 50 list.
Looking like a man from leaner and meaner times, Willie Watson steps on stage with a quiet gravitas. But, when he opens his mouth and lets out that high lonesome vocal, you can hear him loud and clear. His debut solo album, Folk Singer Vol. 1, was produced by David Rawlings at Woodland Sound Studios, the studio he co-owns with associate producer Gillian Welch in Nashville, TN, over the course of a pair of two-day sessions, for their own Acony Records label.
We couldn’t be happier to announce April’s residency tour. It’s been over a year now since we started these Club Nights in the U.S, and with nine cities and over a year of touring under our belts we are so excited to keep bringing you these tours. We are glad to have such a fantastic community of artists and listeners who have supported us every step of the way! As always, get ready for another round of curated shows.
Thanks again for your support and we cannot wait to see you at the shows!
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