Live music all day, both days of the Mushroom Festival features a wide variety of sounds for all.
Date: Saturday and Sunday
Location: Lafayette Street (near the West Entrance)
Check out these great performers on the Community Stage this year!
Saturday, September 10
12:30 pm: Davey Dickens Jr & The Troubadoors
2 pm: Pawnshop Roses
3:30 pm: John Faye and Those Meddling Kids
5 pm: Chris Bruni
Sunday Sept 11
12:30 pm: Alex Allegra
2 pm: Marlboro Road
3:30 pm: Paul Wilkinson
Meet the Artists
Davey Dickens Jr & The Troubadoors
Davey Dickens Jr. and The Troubadoors’s country music are a familiar sound around Kennett Square throughout the year. Check out their Facebook page or listen to them on YouTube.
Pawn Shop Roses
Philadelphia’s Pawnshop Roses combine good old fashioned American jangle rock ‘n’ roll with the rollicking blues-rock of The Stones and The Black Crowes. Throw in a touch of Motown and bit of Zeppelin–esque riff rock and you’re almost there. Front man Paul Keen’s vocals recall the soulful influence of Otis Redding and young Steve Winwood while guitarists Justin Monteleone and Kevin Bentley provide jaw-dropping switchblade licks that leave the audience wide-eyed and speechless. Sit this atop the solid rhythm wall of bassist Mike Walsh and the drumming of Zil and you’ve got yourself one of the most exciting and dynamic live acts out on the road today. Listen to them on YouTube.
John Faye and Those Meddling Kids
John Faye and Those Meddling Kids hits the Mushroom Festival Community Stage with lead singer John Faye. Brett Talley is the lead guitarist and B-Vox. On bass and B-Vox is Susie Steen with Jason Miraglia on drums. Faye won the 2015 Best Album Homey Award for his solo album Meddling Kid. Listen to their latest release on their website.
After two critically acclaimed studio albums and countless awards for his songwriting, Chris Bruni took a break from the industry. Now, with a newfound energy, and a wealth of new material, Chris is on the verge of recording and releasing his third studio album. But he can’t get by without a little help from his friends. He will be celebrating his crowdfunding campaign and wants everyone and anyone to be a part of what is sure to be an extraordinary project.odies that stay with the listener long after the music has ended. Learn more at his official website.
Marlboro Road’s sound is heard all around Kennett Square and this year at the Mushroom Festival. Members include Brad McNemar onlead guitar, Glenn McNemar on bass, Matt Creighton on drums/vocals and Chris Ferron with lead vocals. Learn more on the Facebook page.
Paul Wilkinson, lead guitar and vocalist for Mason Porter, comes to the stage to close our 2015 Festival.