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Fri, Mar 03



Miss Mandy & The Somethings w/ Brittany Ann Tranbaugh

Miss Mandy & The Somethings: A little bit country, a little bit Rock-n-Roll and a whole lotta a soul! Opener: Brittany Ann Tranbaugh: Award-winning singer/songwriter based in Philadelphia.

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Miss Mandy & The Somethings w/ Brittany Ann Tranbaugh
Miss Mandy & The Somethings w/ Brittany Ann Tranbaugh

Time & Location

Mar 03, 2023, 8:00 PM – 11:00 PM

Glenside, 1 S Easton Rd, Glenside, PA 19038, USA

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Miss Mandy & The Somethings 

Soulful vocals and rich instrumentation blend perfectly in the all-encompassing music of Miss Mandy. Operating outside of genre, her influences include a little dash of them all. Singer, songwriter, and social worker, Mandy pulls musical influence from a wide spectrum of style. With versatile tastes, Miss Mandy is a collection of rock, folk, country, R&B, and soul with a long history of musical theatre hokeyness. After 20 years of holding space for stories of pain, trauma, and triumph as a social worker, Miss Mandy is serving up her musical dreams from the soul.

Originally from Martinsville, Virginia, she crossed the Mason-Dixon line, chasing a new beginning in Philadelphia. Miss Mandy found a city rough around the edges, but she kept her heart open. Over a decade later, and Mandy has rediscovered Philly as the city of brotherly love. Passionate about her community, she is part of an international musician’s league that allows her to regularly connect and collaborate with some of the most talented musicians in Philly. Miss Mandy has a consistent habit of entering NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest and has submitted her work for consideration for the last seven consecutive years and counting! She has performed at the Bethlehem Music Festival and at Rooster Walk Festival where she took the stage with the group, The Heat Run. She is digging deeper as a songwriter and reaching a point of comfort with her work in the music realm. Miss Mandy writes, records, and performs regularly enough to keep her creative heart satiated. Amassing a backlog of tunes, Miss Mandy has a catalog of tracks in preparation. The next year will be dedicated to recording and releasing her extensive collection of work aka the voice memo graveyard. Mandy also has plenty of video ideas which she is tossing out into the universe. She currently performs for private events, using it as an opportunity to fund all future Miss Mandy projects.  Cue to contact me for booking PARTY PUMPING services, all styles, genres and eras!  She is working toward revisiting a passion project and filming the pilot for GUESTS…, a series on her YouTube Channel which combines both her adoration for music and desire to normalize mental health care. Most of her work is drawn from personal experiences but also client sessions. Her exposure to raw human narratives, resilience in others, light versus dark...all convey through her art.  Additionally appreciating the struggles, and wrestling with the systemic impacts on our collective mental health. Other times, however, her work is a simple, fun wordplay for the sake of keeping things light. With her new EP, Miss Mandy is taking audiences on a sweet little journey, encouraging listeners to feel at peace, if only for a moment.

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Brittany Ann Tranbaugh


Brittany Ann Tranbaugh (pronounced TRAN-baw) is an award-winning singer/songwriter based in Philadelphia, PA. Originally from the Lehigh Valley area in PA, she kicked off her music career as a teenager playing at Godfrey Daniels, one of the country’s only remaining bona fide folk listening rooms. She has since performed all over the US and Canada in theaters, living rooms, basements, bars, coffee shops, backyards, and on festival stages including Firefly and Philly Folk Fest. Accolades include 2021 Song of the Year in the John Lennon Songwriting Contest for her queer country heartbreaker "Kiss You" and finalist spots in the Gems in the Rough, Kerrville New Folk, and LEAF NewSong competitions. In April 2022, she debuted an EP entitled “Quarter Life Crisis Haircut,” her first official release in over a decade. In this new batch of memorable and thoughtfully crafted songs produced by Jackson Emmer, she tackles a wide range of topics including her sixth grade queer awakening, an awkward run-in with an old acquaintance, and the impossibility of true folk music authenticity in this day and age. At times witty and sarcastic, at other times heartbreaking and raw, the EP undoubtedly showcases Tranbaugh’s finest work to date.

Her energetic live shows feature veteran Philly musicians Joe Plowman (bass), Adam Shumski (drums), and Kevin Brosky (guitar).

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Tickets are $15 online pre-sale / $18 at the door (cash or card). 

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The Ways Restaurant & Brewery will be selling their delicious beer. No outside beer permitted. BYO-Wine is allowed with a $5 corkage fee per person. No Hard Liquor. Visit for more information!

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Guests of The Royal are permitted to park in the parking lot of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Enter the lot on Mt. Carmel Avenue, on the other side of Easton Road. Parking is available at the Glenside Train Station, but at your own risk as we are not associated or contracted with SEPTA. Street parking is also available.


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