Sunday night post-Thanksgiving chill-out at John And Peter’s
Improvised electronic/acoustic film music from Mike Kiker of St. James & The Apostles
Eclectic acoustic jazz duo Saloko
Doors at 9pm
“Buoyed by a drummer, two basses and Sullivan rocking a voice-distorting talk box, their music is staticky synthrock with insistent robotic grooves in the vein of ‘80s funk pioneers Zapp, futuristic electro pioneers Devo and dance-punk faves Crystal Castles and the Faint.” – Alternative Press
“Also, we have a really good opening band called Kid Is Qual, as in “quality”. It’s two basses players and a drummer and they play talkboxes like Roger Troutman and Zapp talkboxes, so we have a really killer opening band. We usually don’t have opening bands with us on tour, but these guys are special”. – Mickey Melchiondo aka Dean Ween – 12/28/11
“Jonathan Dr.J Sullivan has traded in the hammer n’ strings of his former outfit, Jack’s Mannequin, for Kid Is Qual’s pair of basses and a drum set. The combo may puzzle fans at the onset, but skipping the guitar seemed to be Sullivan’s next logical step…..and while KIQ’s funky beats are party-ready, don’t mistake the talkbox – which the band uses to produce robotic sounding vocals – as an easy way out of singing” – Alternative Press Magazine #285 (“Top 100 Bands You Need To Know” Issue)
“Kid Is Qual is the last band you’d expect to feature a former member of Jack’s Mannequin, and that’s a beautiful thing. The electro-rock group features onetime Jack’s bassist Jonathan Sullivan and Mike Bryant as….another bassist? Yup. With Sullivan on lead bass, Bryant on rhythm bass, and Chris McClish pounding drums, the group’s product is supremely signature.” – Purevolume.com
Chris Harford & The Band of Changes is a revolving door concept that features a loose consortium of over fifty musicians. Don’t miss out on a memorable evening that you will be truly thankful for.
“the Band of Changes is an opportunity to attempt to stay afloat and ride a divine wave called ‘the now’.
It’s awesome to be amongst friends on this wave.” – Seahag
Sunday, November 18th, 2018. 9:00 PM. John & Peter’s. BE THERE OR BE SQUARE’N’STUFF
Punk Infused Anthemic Rock Music
Jounce is an East to West Coast band centered in Brooklyn, NY. An ever evolving post punk and 90′s rock hybrid. A product of a well defined generation only re-imagined. Nearly impossible to describe but easily digested.
Consisting of Dan Tamberelli on bass/vocals, Matt DeSteno on guitar and Quinn Blandford on drums, the band is a mainstay at bars, clubs, music halls, colleges and festivals, consistently building buzz and refining their presence in both the live and studio settings.
(Matt, Will, Dallas and myself) have decided to fire up the band and honor the 90’s-00’s pop rock movement once again. Come geek out while we blast tunes by The Offspring, Goldfinger, Blink 182, Weezer, Jimmy Eat World, Green Day, Eve 6, Foo Fighters, Saves the Day AND, we’ve also microwaved some oldies into distorted TRL, Napster/Kazaa/Limewire magic as well. LIVE @ New Hope Square Garden, the legendary John and Peters 96 Main Street, New Hope Pa. We’ve doubled our setlist! Do not miss this gig!
Bill and Fred’s Excellent Adventure
will be joining the time capsule, kicking off the night, playing anything from Stevie Nicks to Sound Of Urchin. These guys are friends of ours, and since they do such a good job with running the 16+ channel board at The Invitational (look it up) while performing at the same time – it’s safe to say we’re in good hands with them running the board for the night too. Talented and funny dudes – come check them out.
Come join us, the last one was packed! So get there early, John and Peters has slammin’ food and a great staff. We’ll see everyone on Friday, February 15th