Yam Yam, Medusas Disco, Grace Mahar

Yam Yam

Medusas Disco

Grace Mahar

Sat · June 9, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$10.00

Yam Yam
Yam Yam
YAM YAM:
Coming out of Harrisburg, YAM YAM is known to get people dancing! Their music spans across many genres, such as jazz, latin, soul, funk, and R&B. Their last time performing at the Capitol Room was opening up for Keller Williams and it sure was a great time. The band is currently working on the finishing touches of their first full-length album. They were featured on WITF TV's Music Special, and on 89.5 WITF radio.
Medusas Disco
Medusas Disco
Medusa's Disco:
Psychedelic rock band from Lancaster, PA that has been captivating audiences for 5 years. Within this time, the band has released three full-length albums and two EPs. They have played in performed at multiple music festivals on the east coast, and toured across the United States, all while leaving deep and memorable impressions in their wake. Fusing together elements of psychedelic, surf, stoner, indie, progressive, punk rock and even some jazz nuances, Medusa's Disco merges classic and newer rock influences; everything from Led Zeppelin to Primus to Queens of the Stone Age. Their live performances are a spectacle for the eyes and ears. In the forefront are the twin lead guitars and vocals of Hunter Root and Wynton Huddle, whose harmonies have an almost enchanting quality that harkens back to the likes of Alice in Chains and Led Zeppelin. Wynton is known for his onstage antics which can include everything from donning lipstick and devil horns to entering the crowd and rolling around on the turf while belting lyrics upward to the faces of the audience members around him. Hunter’s approach is more subtle, but no less intense, as he whips his hair about and flails his body in time with the music he creates. The rhythm section is at full force with Anthony Procopio on Bass and Alex Aument on drums, passionately pounding out every note and even contributing the construction of the musical material. Medusa is expecting a new album with their current set up soon. The band is Hell-bent on making sure Rock n' Roll is here to stay.
Grace Mahar
Grace Mahar
Grace Mahar:
Throughout her youth, she was influenced by everything from Billie Holiday to Joni Mitchell to Suzanne Vega. Grace's honest and vulnerable voice paired with her simple, emotional classical guitar have made her popular in central Pennsylvania.
Venue Information:
The Capitol Room
1110 N. 3rd Street
Harrisburg, PA, 17102
http://www.harrisburgarts.com