In 1978, the Lost Ramblers were formed. Ever since, they've been making music in the Eastern Mountains of Pennsylvania and western New Jersey, often venturing all over the northeastern U.S. The band specializes in bluegrass and old timey music but also offers an eclectic mix of Celtic, Jazz, polka and even klezmer tunes. The Lost Ramblers can be found playing at nearly every kind of event or function, in configurations of three, four or five pieces--or more. They're as comfortable playing as a strolling band, completely acoustically, as they are in a formal concert arrangement with a full sound system. Wherever the Ramblers are playing, a good time is being had--and they're always looking for new ways to have fun!
Earth Song is a collaboration of musicians who are passionate about blues, rock and roll, and protecting our beautiful planet. Performances by Earth Song include both covers and original music heavily influenced by the Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia Band.
Americana, Folk and Indie with hints of bluegrass and Country. Jaimie Cavaliere: Ukulele, Piano, Guitar, vocals Jim Gasper: violin, vocals Dave Griffith: Bass Nesha Parker: Guitar, Ukulele, Mandolin, vocals TJ Zellers: Guitar, Banjo, vocals
Born and raised in the hills of East Texas, Scotty Crosby has spent his life working and traveling to all four corners of this country, from Alaska to Florida and everywhere in between. His original country-folk-rock music reflects his travels and experiences of the last 15 years.