Liz & the Lost Boys is a Philadelphia-based band of classical and jazz musicians playing folk-pop songs. They play both originals and covers, mostly about heartache and love, featuring the harp, accordion, and guitar. They recently released an EP entitled All My Charm and Grace available atwww.lizandthelostboys.bandcamp.com.
Think of the love child of tom waits and vaclav havel wailing love songs on concertina and iphone theremin accompanied by strange noise-making inventions cobbled together by things he finds at the dollar store. He's got waltzes, marches, and all manner of futuristic mumbo jumbo. Every show is different, for this one he promises to cure you of any post holiday back to the grind blues.
Maharadja promises to play one, some, none, or all of the following: electric shoe lace, amplified ice tray, a steampunkuitar - his own invention comprising equal parts analog, digital, and as-seen-on-tv closet stickem lights. Also his famous red bellows melodeon.
Comic Tales of Tragic Heartbreak
Comic Tales’ lead singer, songwriter, and trumpeter Robert Whaley previously fronted NYC rock legends, the Niagaras. With a penchant for interpretive dancing on tabletops and hilariously satirical rants on a broken childhood, Whaley electrified national audiences with appearances on Good Morning America, the Oxygen network, and Fox. The Niagaras were a hugely popular staple of the Manhattan scene for nearly two decades, attracting celebrities, controversy, and packed houses along the way.