The Daily Item, Sunbury, PA

August 24, 2013

Now Hear This: Saturday, Aug. 24

By Terry Baylor
For The Daily Item

— Today's entertainment lineup starts early with Woody Wolfe at the Ferry Street Growers Market in Danville from 9 a.m. until noon. 

You’ll find lots of live music at Selinsgrove Kid’s Grove for the “Raise The Roof” event to raise money for Grace Transitional home in Middleburg. Erin Condo, Chris Whitmer, Hannah Bingman, Eli The Hawk and Duck, Duck, Goose are the bands. Music starts at 11 a.m. Suggested donation is $5.

Peggy Shelly and Friends will play the Northumberland County Fair from 1-3. Peggy is a flutist. The Frank Wicher Band takes the stage from 3-5 followed by KJ Reimensnyder from 6-9.

The Midlife Cowboys are at New Berlin Day with two shows — at 11:30 a.m. and 1:15 p.m. Smooth Country with Spike Stamm will be at the Washingtonville Fireman’s Carnival just off of Strawberry Ridge Road from 6-9.

Tom Rosencrans and John Sweeney will be playing blues and vintage styles at the Twin Covered Bridges Arts Festival from noon to 2 p.m. This event is near Forks. For more information go to www.itourcolumbiamontour.com.

The ninth annual Bucky Bash is happening at The Watson Inn. The event begins at 4 and raises funds for The Norman E. Buck Scholarship fund.  They have an awesome lineup with 4 Plus U2 band, Milltown Blues, Pages of Paul, PA Crude and Country Legend. Suggested donation is $10.

Later, there are two shows at Ye Olde Meeting Place, Route 405 north of Milton — Super Unleaded will play outside from 5:30-8:30 p.m. then Dirty Mojo will be inside at 9:30 p.m.

Ricky & Harv are at the Meiserville Inn, Mount Pleasant Mills, from 7-9, and Geoff Levan will be at The Front Street Station, paying classic rock and blues, from 7-10.

A very special birthday wish goes out Saturday to Charlie Moore, Jr. He is 78 years young and is a wonderful asset to the local music scene!  He’s a legend in his own right.

In honor of his birthday, there will be a big jam with numerous bands at The Bullfrog Brewery, Williamsport. It will be another of those events where musicians pack the house to play with a brother, a mentor and friend. Happy birthday, Charlie!