John Hufford Band & Matt Sharayko At The Trocadero Balcony

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John Hufford Band & Matt Sharayko At The Trocadero Balcony
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The John Hufford Band and Matt Sharayko are coming to the Trocadero Balcony and its gonna be a party! Bring your friends and come party like fools!
The show is 21+
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Advance: $8.00
Door: $10.00
Buy Tickets Here! http://www.thetroc.com/event/801179-john-hufford-matt-sharayko-philadelphia/

John Hufford
John's music can be described as a touch of folk, ambient vibes, and with guitar work that speaks of James Taylor and Paul Simon. Quakertown was his stomping grounds and he fell in love with guitar at 17, which led to studying music at Kutztown University. In 2013 he found himself battling through Lyme Disease and writing songs in his kitchen for the next couple of months inspired by Bob Dylan. His debut EP "Person" came out of that period and was released this past October.

Matt Sharayko
Born in the rural area of Montgomery County, Matt took up playing drums and electric guitar at a very young age, eventually leading him to dabble in every instrument he could get his hands on. After completing his degree at Eastern University and after putting off songwriting until spring of 2014, he dove right into the studio to write and record his debut EP, "Much More To Say," which is scheduled to release in Dec 2014/Jan 2015. Sharayko's musical influences are that of John Mayer and Nickel Creek.

Brian Fitzy
A multi-talented artist native to the Philadelphia area, Brian is an electric violinist, vocalist guitarist, and beatboxer. His stage presence, improvisational skills, versatility, and unique approach to what is possible with four strings and a bow is what makes him one of a kind. Brian's inspiration comes from anything in the world - whether he reads it, sees it, hears it or experiences it.

"Brian FITZY Fitzgerald is a wonder. He does both- playing a challenging instrument and also singing tunes that require vocal acrobatics. He also does remix tweaking and manning the gears in a recording studio. People react to his playing with amazement. It is a music that has that haunting quality to be pop yet groovy enough to make it accessible to fans of Hip Hop and Jazz. The free-spirited energy of his music is reflected in his stage persona." - Bazter Labatos, Celtic Music Fan Blog, Philippines
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