Wednesday, November 12, 2008

This Week in Music: Denison Witmer and more

Apparently you CAN go home again. While Denison Witmer is now a resident of Philadelphia, he's decided that there's no place like home when it comes to having a CD release party. The Lancaster native will be unveiling his new CD tomorrow night (11/13) at the Chameleon Club as part of an XPN Welcomes event. Carry The Weight is Witmer's seventh CD, and this time around he's put together a rather upbeat album which pays a musical nod to such '70s singer-songwriters as Jackson Browne, Carole King, and Leonard Cohen.

You can listen to, and even download, a free EP featuring four versions of the song "Life Before Aesthetics" over at My Old Kentucky Blog

Opening for Witmer tomorrow are Tyler James, St. Narcissus, and talented local musician Adam Blessing.

Also on tap this week:

11/13 - Kheris at the Harp & Fiddle Pub in York
11/15 - Perkasie at the Abbey Bar
11/15 - James McMurtry at the Chameleon Club
11/18 – Tea Leaf Green at the Chameleon Club
11/21 – XPN Welcomes Keller Williams to the Chameleon Club

Yup, another great week with more great music here in Central PA.

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