Upcoming shows

Mar22

Opening for Tommy Froelich!

Mark your calendars for a groundbreaking rock-n-roll event at Uptown – the exclusive release showcase of Tommy Froelich’s latest album, "Chester County Bound." Immerse yourself in the artistry of 13 new songs that showcase the evolution of Tommy’s musical journey. Joining forces on stage will be a talented ensemble of five musicians, each contributing their unique flair to create a sonic tapestry that will leave you craving more.

This show is a special and unique experience crafted for devoted fans of our hometown singer/songwriter, Tommy Froelich. This Uptown show is a homecoming celebration, a culmination of years of support and friendship.

Don't miss out on this extraordinary evening that promises to be a musical revelation. Join us for the "Chester County Bound" album release at the Uptown where the stage is set for an unforgettable performance!

11/1/23 

Great fun with Bob Beach last weekend at the Indiana Theater in Indiana, PA opening up for Gabe Stillman!  Staying busy in November with lots of the usual gig spots and a couple different things like Bacon Fest in Easton, PA and a John Prine Tribute at the Newtown Theatre at the end of the month.  Cheers!

Into March we go 

Great time at the Woodstown Tavern 1st Tuesday of the month Blues Jam last night with Pat Hughes & Luke Ferracone.  March will see the return of The Keystone Breakers.  We holed up and did some recording over the weekend.  

This weekend I'll be solo at Suburban Brewing Company's 322 Taproom in Honeybrook, PA and on to Kennett Brewing Company's 1st Sunday of the month Blues Jam with The Rolling Thunder Blues Revue.

 

End of Feb. 2022 

2022 is just getting rolling.  I'll be closing out February performing with Joe Hillman Friday, Feb. 25th from 6:30-9:30 at the Stottsville Inn. 

It was a blast playing some January shows with The Keystone Breakers in Key West!  

Onwards!

400 Bears

400 Bears

Paul Wilkinson’s songs of home, time, life, joy are deep with reflection and, at the same time, champion the virtue of being present. His art is an example of words and music coming to the surface in the heart of an artist steeped in the tradition of American music. He explains that he has been Influenced by the subtlety of Mississippi John Hurt,
Paul Wilkinson’s songs of home, time, life, joy are deep with reflection and, at the same time, champion the virtue of being present. His art is an example of words and music coming to the surface in the heart of an artist steeped in the tradition of American music. He explains that he has been Influenced by the subtlety of Mississippi John Hurt, the charisma of Taj Mahal and the omnipresence of Bob Dylan in his life. Paul reflects upon his music education from home, as quoted by Washington Life Magazine:

“The records my parents had around — Dylan and Grateful Dead — were a gateway into all kinds of stuff. All of a sudden you’re listening to Merle Haggard and that’s blowing your mind, then Garcia/Grisman, to Doc Watson and Bill Monroe...”

Paul, now putting out a solo album, self-titled and under the name 400 Bears, spent the last fifteen years as a founding member of the band Mason Porter which Rolling Stone listed in their 10 New Country artists you need to know in 2016. Washington Life Magazine called the band "a perfect example of a successful 21st century bluegrass-folk-rock band.”
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