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Joe Crookston & The BlueBird Jubilee Play Steel City Coffeehouse Concert
Phone (610) 933-4043
Price $15 (Advance) $18 (At the Door)
Age Suitability All Ages
Category Acoustic

Joe Crookston & The BlueBird Jubilee Play Steel City Coffeehouse Concert

Saturday, Jan 18 8:00p
Steel City Coffeehouse Phoenixville, PA

From Ithaca, NY, Joe Crookston and his DUO partner Peter Glanville will pick and twist their way through a high-energy and sonically-lush set of Joe Crookston originals… Every time the BlueBird Jubilee plays, it’s an awesome night of story songs, fingerpicking, collaboration, stomping rhythms and a deep well of musical magic.

Hilarious and deep, they will tune up their Martins & vintage Gibsons and weave their way through a set of music that'll leave you inspired, renewed and wanting more.

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Performers at this Event
Joe Crookston
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Joe Crookston … From Ithaca, NY… Artist, writer, guitar picker, painter, claw hammer guitar player, eco-village member and believer in all things possible. You’ll be pulled in by the magic and musical world that he creates and you’ll end up in the moment, celebrating together with the rest of the audience....
Location & Nearby Info
Steel City Coffeehouse
203 Bridge St.
Phoenixville, PA 19460
(610) 933-4043
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Reviews & Comments
Oct 14, 2013 - publicity on Joe Crookston
Make sure to see Joe Crookston Live!

Make sure to see Joe Crookston Live!

Joe Crookston was next up on the roster. He exudes so much energy on the stage with his strong voice, lively finger picking and a stomp box that he literally jumped up and down on. His songs approached social issues like war, juvenile delinquency, and the Holocaust with such delicacy and feeling that they brought tears to my eyes. He even resurrected the old Supertramp number, “The Logical Song” for a folksier spin giving it a new luster.
~James Killen, Houston Music Review