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The State College Area High School Jazz Band is among the finest in the United States and has an international reputation for excellence. The band has received 30 consecutive years of superior ratings in festivals and competitions. In 2003 and 2006, the band travelled to Europe and performed at both the Vienna Jazz Festival and...Find out more »
Three musicians, each thoroughly experienced, become casually acquainted. They get a chance to play together. Sounds pretty good, each thinks independently. They meet again. And they say to each other, maybe we ought to perform together. That’s the story of Potlicker Flats, named for a census-designated place in Mifflin County.Find out more »
If you like the sound of traditional classic country music, then you'll love the sound of David Zentner and The Nashville Music Company. David, who worked as a touring musician and vocalist in Nashville for nearly a decade, has backed some of the biggest names in the country music business. He has appeared on the...Find out more »
The Bellefonte Community Band is very excited to return to the Arts Festival this year. The 50-member ensemble has entertained the Centre Region with classical pieces, marches, and arrangements of modern songs since 1983. Musicians range from high school students to retirees and hail from Philipsburg, Pine Grove Mills, and everywhere in between. Visit their...Find out more »
Obvious Pocket's style fluctuates between blues, alternative, classic rock, jazz and folk influences that take their music in different directions. It is a band filled with the spirit of musical adventure classic bands like The Allman Brothers and Grateful Dead, reflected through the prism of a generation that grew up on 90s rock. With the...Find out more »
This State College cabaret act includes Natascha Hoffmeyer on vocals backed up by experienced Central Pennsylvania players JT Thompson, Robert Gardner, Stubby Stubbs, and Doug McMinn. The group’s repertoire includes blues, soul, jazz, and swing. It plays at clubs and private events. This performance is sponsored by Centre Daily Times. Visit the band's website to...Find out more »
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