Thu, Feb 01|
The Royal Music & Arts Center
Philly Songwriters In The Round | Tracy Colletto, J.D Malone, Norman Taylor, and Aaron Nathans
Join us for the kickoff of our Spring Songwriter Series with the Philly Songwriters in the Round!
Time & Location
Feb 01, 2024, 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM
The Royal Music & Arts Center, 1 S Easton Rd, Glenside, PA 19038, USA
About the event
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Philly-based Tracy Colletto has garnered comparisons to Alanis Morissette and Joni Mitchell for her songwriting and vocal style. For the most part, she likes to write about personal perseverance and journeys to far-away places. Her music has been included on many playlists for all types of radio stations, including WXPN’s Sleepy Hollow, whose DJ, Chuck Elliott, says her lyrics are sometimes "profound but ALWAYS ENGAGING, delivered in a CLEAR, COMPELLING voice which makes for great listening ...” She was a finalist in the Singer-Songwriter category of in the Great American Song contest (2023), was listed as one of NSAI’s “Ones-To-Watch” in 2020.
Dad, husband, son, brother, friend, singer/songwriter and sometime philosopher, J. D Malone was born and raised under a bright blue sky in a small town called Bennington in the Green Mountain State of Vermont, U.S.A. He writes and sings songs about love and hate, angels and demons and the universal struggle to feel safe under the stars. Nick Cristiano of The Philadelphia Inquirer says that Malone "writes songs that grab you right away and then resonate deeply."
Norman Taylor is a singer/songwriter/acoustic blues performer from the South Jersey/Philadelphia area. His style is entrenched in the country blues of people like Robert Johnson and Skip James, and contemporary acoustic blues men like Keb Mo, Eric Bibb and Guy Davis. Norman also draws influence from country, 70′s rock, soul, gospel and a variety of musical forms.
Aaron Nathans is a Philadelphia-based alternative folk music singer, songwriter and recording artist with a distinct sound, due in large part to a combination of rhythmic acoustic guitar, wide-ranging baritone vocals and beautiful melodies that you won’t soon forget. When pairing that with talented songwriting that touches on everyday life and easily connects with audiences, you’ll see why Aaron is someone you won’t want to miss. Aaron creates an unforgettable listening experience that keeps audiences on the edge of their seat.
ABOUT THE VENUE
Tickets are $20 at the door (cash or card). Advanced tickets are recommended! Visit theroyalglenside.com/faq for more information.
Doors Open at 6:30pm | Show begins at 7pm
The Royal's Health & Safety protocols can be found at: theroyalglenside.com/healthandsafety
DRINK: Our neighbors at The Ways Restaurant and Brewery have a bar set-up in the back of the venue and will be selling their delicious beer. BYO-Wine is allowed with a $5 corkage fee per person. No Hard Liquor or outside beer permitted.
FOOD: We sell small snacks at each event, but we are not a restaurant and do not have table service. We strongly recommend having dinner at The Ways Restaurant and Brewery beforehand and we do allow outside food in the venue if you wish to bring it in.
PARKING: 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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