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The Flash Music Cafe is proud to announce that we are the host venue for Kennett Square sessions of We Kids Rock music program! This series of classes is scheduled on every Friday beginning September 19 and will last 8 weeks.
 

CLASS DATES: Fridays September 19 - November 7
CLASS TIMES: 10:00 am to 11:00 am
Family Classes Ages Birth-5yrs
We Kids Rock's Family Classes are 45 minutes of music participation for ages birth-five years old and their caregivers. One teacher plays guitar and the other leads as we sing, clap, shake egg shakers and most of all, HAVE FUN!!

A great introduction to music for little "rockers" everywhere and their parents/caregivers. Classes are 8-10 week sessions. Siblings under 8 months are free!.

Click here to sign-up for the We Kids Rock music program!

 
 
Friday
Oct. 24
Open 7PM
Show 8PM

ADVANCE
$22
DAY OF
$26
HEADLINER
Steely Dan Tribute – Count Down to Ecstasy
WEBSITE

ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Countdown to Ecstasy is the Delaware Valley's premiere Steely Dan tribute band.The 11-member group of veteran musicians, led by bassist Glenn Marrazzo, is dedicated to bringing alive the music of Fagen & Becker in it's truest form. Performing all of the many Steely Dan hits and deeper tracks, this Bucks County-based band delivers the Dan with the level of musicianship required to pay homage to the intricate but accessible tunes. The band bases its performances on both Steely Dan's studio and live arrangements.
 
 
Joe Scheller CD Release Party
Saturday
Oct. 25
Open 7PM
Show 8PM

ADVANCE
$12
DAY OF
$16
HEADLINER
Joe Scheller
WEBSITE

ABOUT THE ARTIST
Musician for over 15 years, Joe Scheller is known for his versatility in instrumentation and genuine, contagious passion for music. Surrounded by music from a young age, Joe's own personal inspiration originates from his saxophonist grandfather who put his heart and drive into creating something which touched others.
      Music teacher by trade, singer/songwriter by night, Joe's latest project, EP Remembering the Atlas, holds tribute to his original works created over the course of several years. His inspiration centers around the "atlas" of others' memories as well as his own experiences which translated into music.
     Illustrating his wealth of instrumental knowledge, Joe's Remembering the Atlas is a collaborative product of storytelling and turning visions into reality.

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TIFF & LINDS

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

Medley is a folk duo comprised of Tiffany Anne Barber and Lindsey Pedicone. Proud members of the Flash Force Team here at the Kennett Flash; Tiffany and Lindsey first started playing together at the flash's open mics. Their unique sound is filled with haunting harmonies and dynamic lyrics.

 
 
The Flash Music Cafe is proud to announce that we are the host venue for Kennett Square sessions of We Kids Rock music program! This series of classes for kids and adults is scheduled on every Friday beginning September 19 and will last 8 weeks.
 

CLASS DATES: Fridays September 19 - November 7
CLASS TIMES: 10:00 am to 11:00 am
Family Classes Ages Birth-5yrs
We Kids Rock's Family Classes are 45 minutes of music participation for ages birth-five years old and their caregivers. One teacher plays guitar and the other leads as we sing, clap, shake egg shakers and most of all, HAVE FUN!!

A great introduction to music for little "rockers" everywhere and their parents/caregivers. Classes are 8-10 week sessions. Siblings under 8 months are free!.

Click here to sign-up for the We Kids Rock music program!

 
The Rose Project - SOMETHING WICKED - A Halloween Concert Event
COME DRESSED TO SCARE ! ! ! 
Friday
Oct. 31
Open 7PM
Show 8PM

ADVANCE
$12
DAY OF
$16
HEADLINER
The Rose Project
WEBSITE

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Born in Johnstown Pennsylvania, Bill Rose has taken tales from his world travels and combined them with modern folk music to define the honest sound of The Rose Project. With blends of acoustic folk, introspective lyrics, and passion for truth, Bill Rose conveys stories of earthly struggles and anecdotes of civil oppression. Bill and The Rose Project attribute a big part of their sound to 1960's folk music, modern outspoken artists, and stories shared by people met from across the globe. Listening to one of their records is like stumbling across an old journal and as you read through it more and more, the truth that was once buried behind the facade of the writer, becomes more and more vivid.

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Jonathan Gibson
WEBSITE

ABOUT THE ARTIST
Jonathan is a singer/songwriter from the Kennett Square Area. He is a 2014 Graduate of Kennett High School and has been performing in various settings since he was just 5 years old.
 
Saturday
Nov. 1
Open 7PM
Show 8PM

ADVANCE
$16
DAY OF
$20
HEADLINER
Nik Everett Band
WEBSITE

ABOUT THE ARTIST
Currently touring and supporting the new album entitled, "Music" The Nik Everett Band returns to The Flash serving up a great show with a potent mix of electric rock, pop and acoustic music. Don't miss this area favorite!

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dain

ABOUT THE ARTIST
dain is a gifted singer/songwriter who writes flavorful pop/rock melodies in the vein of his songwriting idols: John Lennon & Paul McCartney. dain has written and maintains a current song catalog of approximately 75 world class songs with two well produced videos. Although the guitar is his primary instrument, dain can also sit comfortably at a piano and play some great melodies. dain has written and produced a number of full length CD's and has written two books of lyrics and poems. Among notable muscians dain has recorded with: producer Shelly Yakus, muscians Keith Mack (from Patti Smyth & Scandal), and drummer Denny Seiwell (from Paul McCartney), to name a few. dain is currently playing solo gigs throughout Pennsylvania and is always alert to writing new music.
 
Sunday
Nov. 2
Doors Open
6:30PM
Show Starts
7PM

Admission $4
BYOB $4

Hosted by
Sam Kwietniak
WEBSITE
Philadelphia-based songsmith and oddity Sam Kwietniak is no stranger to show business. With a smile, a wink, and a heaping portion of quirk, Sam aims to entertain, enchant, and one day enslave the world. His exalted lyrical sorcery and unparalleled mastery of music are paralleled only by his immensely humble and self-deprecating nature.
Admission and BYOB fee for this night of music supports keeping The Flash, a non-profit organization, open for these events. It is a valued donation to keep the music going!!
 
Sip and Savor with the Serafins
Serafin String Quartet presents a collage concert titled "Nordic Journey" offering a behind the scenes tour of Norway's most celebrated composer, Edvard Grieg. Distinctive Norwegian idioms accent this friendly and exciting work.
Wednesday
Nov. 5
Open 6:30PM
Show 7:30PM

ADVANCE
$15
DAY OF
$18
HEADLINER
Serafin String Quartet
WEBSITE  

ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Hailed for "silken finesse and gritty vibrancy" by Gramophone Magazine and for "playing with style and sophistication" by The Strad Magazine, Serafin String Quartet debuted at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in 2004 and has consistently received superlatives in the press and ovations by audiences around the nation.The 2013 Naxos release of Serafin CD features world premiere recordings of early chamber works by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Jennifer Higdon. The Quartet's debut recording was released by Centaur Records in 2010 and is considered an "American Tapestry" of works by American composers and composers influenced by American sounds. Serafin String Quartet serves as Quartet in Residence at the University of Delaware and takes its name from master violinmaker, Sanctus Serafin, who in 1728 crafted the violin currently played by Kate Ransom.


 
The Flash Music Cafe is proud to announce that we are the host venue for Kennett Square sessions of We Kids Rock music program! This series of classes is scheduled on every Friday beginning September 19 and will last 8 weeks.
 

CLASS DATES: Fridays September 19 - November 7
CLASS TIMES: 10:00 am to 11:00 am
Family Classes Ages Birth-5yrs
We Kids Rock's Family Classes are 45 minutes of music participation for ages birth-five years old and their caregivers. One teacher plays guitar and the other leads as we sing, clap, shake egg shakers and most of all, HAVE FUN!!

A great introduction to music for little "rockers" everywhere and their parents/caregivers. Classes are 8-10 week sessions. Siblings under 8 months are free!

Click here to sign-up for the We Kids Rock music program!

 
The Flash is not only about great National and regional Artist but Outstanding local performers who deserves the spotlight. This is a family affair of rocking good music.
Friday
Nov. 7
Open 7:00PM
Show 8:00PM

ADVANCE
$12
DAY OF
$16
HEADLINER
band of brothers

ABOUT THE ARTISTS
"band of brothers" is Jeremy, Matt, and Danny DiFilippo. These three siblings grew up in Kennett Square and have been playing music together since early childhood. Jeremy and Matt played in the band *smilee* during high school and once their little bro Danny was of age, they enlisted him to bang on the drums. band of brothers enjoys writing complex and unique "indie-style" music while maintaining the simplicity of a 3-piece band. They draw on influences such as Grizzly Bear, Sunny Day Real Estate, and Radiohead. They're too lazy to record an album, or maybe it's just because Jeremy is a perfectionist, but maybe someday they'll get around to recording something. Come check this unique, secretive band and you'll be guaranteed to be inspired and thirst for more!

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RAGE ON
A tribute to the music of " RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE "
 
Back by Popular Demand
Saturday
Nov. 8
Open 7:00PM
Show 8:00PM

ADVANCE
$18
DAY OF
$22
HEADLINER
The Kennedys
LISTEN   |   WEBSITE

ABOUT THE ARTISTS
In a career that now spans two decades, New York duo Pete and Maura Kennedy have traversed a broad musical landscape, surveying power pop, acoustic songwriting, organic rock rooted in their early days in Austin, and a Byrds-inspired jangle that drew the attention of Roger McGuinn, Steve Earle, a nd most notably Nanci Griffith. The duo co-produced Nanci's latest CD. On their own recent release, "Closer Than You Know", the songs have a quality, inherent in Maura's voice, that is both soothing and urgent. As writers and producers, the Kennedys continue to mature, from their early style-conscious pop to today's burnished sheen. Always tuned to their own muse, Pete and Maura have once again come up with a unique sound that is as uplifting as it is unclassifiable.

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Scott Birney
Scott Birney has been mis-leading The Sin City Band for 40 years but like every other performer who has ever played The Flash, he started off alone, and thoroughly enjoys getting back to just "6 strings and a croak...". Scott's love for The Flash is unabashed as he chose the hometown venue for not 1 but 2 celebrations for his groups' 40th anniversary... way out west in Chester County!
 
Thursday
Nov. 13
Open 7PM
Show 8PM

ADVANCE
$10
DAY OF
$12
Better Than Bacon
Improv Comedy Troupe
WEBSITE

ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Back by popular demand to Kennett Flash!Better Than Bacon is Chester County's newest improvisational comedy troupe! They make up every single word and perform every single action completely on-the-spot...and it's all driven by YOUR suggestions. Every show is a brand new experience, so find out why this group is Better Than Bacon!
 

If you want to see a show with legendary ties. Outstanding Blues Keyboard and harps work. Original material recorded by Nashville's best known artist. Well it is finally coming to the Flash!!!

Friday
Nov. 14
Open 7PM
Show 8PM

ADVANCE
$16
DAY OF
$20
HEADLINER
JOHNNY NEEL
WEBSITE  

ABOUT THE ARTIST
A tri-state music standout was convinced to move to Nashville by DICKIE BETTS where he ended up doing sessions work for some of the biggest stars in the city. Neel's original material was recorded by the likes of Delbert Mc Clinton, John Mayal, John Louis Walker to name a few. In 2012 Johnny received a LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD from the GRAMMYS and because of his outstanding keyboard and harp work landed him on tour with  the reunited ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND.

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TBA

 
Saturday
Nov. 15
Open 7PM
Show 8PM

ADVANCE
$16
DAY OF
$20
HEADLINER
The Melton Brothers Band
WEBSITE

ABOUT THE ARTISTS
The Melton Brothers are widely acknowledged as regional music legends from their debut vinyl album "Livin In The City" through their current focus on song interpretations and originals. Rhythm comes first with the Brothers and the two are so tight on bass, keyboards and vocals that it is thrilling to see, feel and move to what they and exemplary musicians Fred Berman (of Amos Lee) on drums and John Lilley (of the Hooters) on guitar bring to the show. The Melton Brothers Band is a groovin stew of styles including roots-rock, folk-rock, blues, jazz, New Orleans funk and island beats all served up in a sizzling and sumptuous musical conversation with everyone in the room.  

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The Reminders
WEBSITE

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

The Reminders bring a lifetime of music to the stage and the studio. They love doing this, you can tell. Their sound is a unique blend of Americana and Folk Rock with deep roots in blues, country and gospel. Audiences across the country have agreed, with overwhelming enthusiasm, that they need to do it more often. They just have that wonderful chemistry that is so hard to define, but so much fun to see and hear. Individually, they've been honored by the Recording Industry Association of America (The Grammy people), the National Endowment for the Arts, Billboard Magazine, ASCAP, BMI, and many others. You don't wanna miss them live. They've done enough in their careers to get you there, they'll do enough live to get you comin' back.

 


 
Sunday
Nov. 16
Doors Open
6:30PM
Show Starts
7PM

Admission $4
BYOB $4

Hosted by
Sam Kwietniak
WEBSITE
Philadelphia-based songsmith and oddity Sam Kwietniak is no stranger to show business. With a smile, a wink, and a heaping portion of quirk, Sam aims to entertain, enchant, and one day enslave the world. His exalted lyrical sorcery and unparalleled mastery of music are paralleled only by his immensely humble and self-deprecating nature.
Admission and BYOB fee for this night of music supports keeping The Flash, a non-profit organization, open for these events. It is a valued donation to keep the music going!!
 
Friday
Nov. 21
Open 7PM
Show 8PM

ADVANCE
$16
DAY OF
$20
HEADLINER
Mason Porter
WEBSITE

ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Born out of regular late night jam sessions in West Chester, PA, Mason Porter formed in 2006 with Tim Celfo on upright bass, Joe D'Amico on mandolin, and Paul Wilkinson on guitar. Mason Porter released their debut EP Mason Porter (2008) resulting in immediate praise and momentum. Les McIntyre of Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine wrote of this inaugural recording "The music of Mason Porter could be best described as alternative bluegrass…in this debut recording, the eclectic trio show musical prowess that is difficult to overlook." Following up with full lengths Thunder In The Valley (2009) and a collection of traditional folk and covers Story Of the Rifle (2011), the band became a fixture on the regional folk and bluegrass scenes. Through the process of writing, recording and constant gigging, the band developed its original sound blending folk, rock, blues, country and bluegrass influences into the unique personality that IS Mason Porter. Their latest release Home For The Harvest, due out in January 2014, presents an engaging and personal Mason Porter, placing the emphasis on lyrics, songwriting and their signature vocal harmonies. "Mason Porter conveys a sense of warmth. Its CSN-esque harmonies ring out, its songs (and interpretations of others' songs) carry strongly performed as a full band as much as an acoustic trio" John Vettese, The Key.
       Mason Porter has been included in the line-up of many of the venerable Philadelphia-area festivals, including Appel Farm Music and Arts Festival, The Philadelphia Folk Festival, and Spring Gulch Folk Festival. Their first performance at the Philadelphia Folk Festival garnered great reviews, including Dennis Bakay's of Philly2Philly.com statement "The band I was most impressed with, was Mason Porter" Helen Leicht of WXPN said of their Philly Folk Fest set, "They really rallied everyone at the Folk Fest around with their old timey folk feel – but with a real indie spirit." The band was invited back in 2012, this time adding a special presentation for the 100th birthday of Woody Guthrie. Mason Porter has solidified an enthusiastic state-wide fan base by becoming staple favorites at many of the smaller community-based festivals throughout PA including O.A.T.S., N.E.P.A., and Smoked Country Jam.
      Performing regularly at many of the area's top venues, they have shared the stage with nationally recognized acts including Ralph Stanley, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Peter Rowan, Larry Keel and Natural Bridge, New Riders Of The Purple Sage, Greensky Bluegrass, Enter the Haggis, Carrie Rodriguez, The Hackensaw Boys and Hoots and Hellmouth.

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New Sweden
WEBSITE

ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Since forming in late 2009 the five-piece outfit has been entertaining fans in the greater Philadelphia region and beyond. With sincere lyrics characteristic of Americana folk combined with the intense melodies of Indie-Rock, New Sweden's sound is a distinct and complex fusion of raw emotion wrapped up and presented in an artful array of musical flair. voted best band in Delaware for three consecutive years at the Tri-State Indie Music Awards, New Sweden's sound has been described by WXPN's John Vetesse as an instantly like-able blend: a little bit of Bright Eyes, a little bit of The Avett Brothers, a little bit of The Clash.


 
Saturday
Nov. 22
Open 7PM
Show 8PM

ADVANCE
$20
DAY OF
$24
HEADLINER
Orpheus Supertones
WEBSITE

ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Each member of the Orpheus Supertones is a spectacular musician and tradition-bearer. Together, they are even greater than the parts: twin fiddles, banjo, guitar and bass plus great vocal harmonies to rock your world. They are loved by audiences and dancers for their entertaining stage show, foot-stomping music, and ability to have a contagious good time.
       The Eureka TimesStandard said: "The band displays a familiarity that draws the audience in right off the bat. 'Just pretend we're in the living room', Koken says, 'having a few drinks and playing a few tunes.' Oh, but don't be fooled by the just-folks, easy demeanor. These people are take-no-prisoner, downright hot musicians."

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TBA

 
Sunday
Nov. 23
Open 3PM
Show 4PM

ADVANCE
$15
DAY OF
$19
HEADLINER
One Alternative
WEBSITE

ABOUT THE ARTISTS
One Alternative describes its music as an "acoustic fusion". Acoustic fusion is a blending of the compositional form found in classical music with improvisational elements found in jazz and rock. The mixture of these elements forms a driven, ever-changing and enjoyable listening experience.

 
THANKSGIVING EVE SHOW - A SPECIAL NIGHT OF MUSIC WITH A UNIQUELY SPECIAL ARTIST.
Wednesday
Nov. 26
Open 7PM
Show 8PM

ADVANCE
$16
DAY OF
$20
HEADLINER
Gillian Grassie
LISTEN | WEBSITE

ABOUT THE ARTISTS
It's been a while but Gillian Grassie is back from Europe to reminds us of this great talent we miss. All Friends, Family and music Fans will see a rare great show.... So good to have Gillian back and a honor to have here on the Flash stage. DON'T MISS THIS SHOW. 
      This award-winning harpist/singer-songwriter has sold out shows from Philadelphia's Tin Angel to The Matador in Siberia. Grassie delivers literary lyrics with a soulful soprano over a blend of jazz-inflected folk/pop that's innovative, accessible, and completely captivating. A Philadelphia native, she currently hangs her hat in Berlin.

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TBA
 

ALL-STARS OF COMEDY
A night of fun and belly laughs from two of the Nation's top comics. Heard locally on the Philly radio scene and nationally on XM Radio. Plus local and national comedy venues like Helium in Philadelphia, Comedy Stop in AC and Vegas. You might have caught their act on Comedy Central and the Game Show Network. Now they're coming to the Flash.
Friday
Nov. 28
Open 7PM
Show 8PM

ADVANCE
$25
DAY OF
$30
HEADLINERS
Joe Bublewicz & Chris Coccia
WEBSITE    |    WEBSITE

ABOUT JOE
A 20 year veteran of the national comedy circuit, Joe's ability to take you on a tour of life's absurdities will create an atmosphere of non-stop laughter by blending just the right mix of sarcasm, logic, and personality into a hilarious stand-up performance. His creative humor and sardonic style of comedy has made him a favorite at all the major comedy chains throughout the country. It's a night out that will leave you wanting more.

ABOUT CHRIS
Chris Coccia's act is a perfect combination of hilarious material and the ability to present it "in the moment". Flowing seamlessly between material and improvised interaction with the crowd, Chris is able to open the audience up as he pulls them into a shared recognition of our own human-ness.

 
Saturday
Nov. 29
Open 7PM
Show 8PM

ADVANCE
$20
DAY OF
$24
HEADLINER
Jeffrey Gaines
LISTEN   |   WEBSITE

ABOUT THE ARTIST
" Gaines has earned endless cult and critical acclaim, and juice enough to be touring partners with such celebrated icons as Stevie Nicks and Sting...his compositions should continue to add more laurels to his arsenal." The Village Voice
" Jeffrey Gaines applies a roughened, unconventional voice to sparkling pop...acousticguitar strums, sustained electric guitar chords,repeating arpeggios and slow-motion lead guitar into dizzying harmonies." Washington Post

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Chris Ferron
WEBSITE
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Chris Ferron is an acoustic singer-songwriter based out of Unionville, Pennsylvania. His soulful voice and heartfelt lyrics reflects his interpretation of life, family, and love.
 
Sip and Savor with the Serafins
Serafin String Quartet performs a collage concert titled "Viennese Classical Roots" featuring Mozart Quartet in D minor with music samples from Haydn and Beethoven. This program explores how the roots of classicism, as evident in Haydn and Mozart, may not really be so far away from the intensity and emotion more often identified with "Romanticism."
Wednesday
Dec. 3
Open 6:30PM
Show 7:30PM

ADVANCE
$15
DAY OF
$18
HEADLINER
Serafin String Quartet
WEBSITE  

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

Hailed for "silken finesse and gritty vibrancy" by Gramophone Magazine and for "playing with style and sophistication" by The Strad Magazine, Serafin String Quartet debuted at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in 2004 and has consistently received superlatives in the press and ovations by audiences around the nation.The 2013 Naxos release of Serafin CD features world premiere recordings of early chamber works by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Jennifer Higdon. The Quartet's debut recording was released by Centaur Records in 2010 and is considered an "American Tapestry" of works by American composers and composers influenced by American sounds. Serafin String Quartet serves as Quartet in Residence at the University of Delaware and takes its name from master violinmaker, Sanctus Serafin, who in 1728 crafted the violin currently played by Kate Ransom.

 


 
A SOULFUL COUNTRY STAR ON THE RISE COMES TO SHARE
HER INCREDIBLE TALENTS AT THE FLASH
Friday
Dec. 5
Open 7PM
Show 8PM

ADVANCE
$16
DAY OF
$20
Sara Spicer TracksHEADLINER
Sara Spicer
WEBSITE  

ABOUT THE ARTIST
Sara Spicer is an nineteen year old singer/songwriter raised in Folsom, Pennsylvania.
      Born into a musical family, Sara showed an interest in singing from an early age. Touring with her father, George Spicer, Sara performed as an opening act for Country legend Tanya Tucker at the age of twelve, and has regularly performed at the Philadelphia area benefit concert "Yachstock" and numerous other venues. In April 2012 Sara was invited to sing God Bless America as the opening act for the Philadelphia Soul Arena Football team.
      Sara began writing at the age of ten, penning the moving tribute, "Heaven's Gate," upon the passing of her mother. Sara found peace through singing and songwriting, and her writing has proven a great comfort to others experiencing hardship and loss.
In the summer of 2013 Sara released her first album titled "Gotta Believe" that blends Country, Christian Rock, and Pop with lyrics of hope and substance.
 
Saturday Dec. 6
Open 7PM
Show 8PM

ADVANCE
$20
DAY OF
$24

This is a great way to get the season started with four of the region's best artists performing their favorite holiday songs. You'll laugh, you'll cry with Joy and rock around the Christmas tree to a show that everyone loved last year. Seats will go fast so don't be a scrooge and come and share the gift of music and good will. PLUS ONE JOLLY SPECIAL GUEST WILL BE THERE FOR THE KIDS.


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Lori Citro is a singer/songwriter featured on two 93.7 WSTW Hometown Heroes Xmas CD's and member of Yuletide Singers of Brandywine Valley.

WEBSITE

Rob Dickenson is an amazing artist/songwriter formerly with The Get Right Band and Brandywine Christmas Minstrels who performs regularly at Longwood Gardens during the holiday season

WEBSITE

Todd Chappelle is a singer/songwriter whose material can best be described as "acoustic comedy". His material has been compared to that of other nationally known musical comedians such as Stephen Lynch, Rodney Carrington and Adam Sandler.

WEBSITE

Jessica Graae is an operatically trained vocalist turned singer/songwriter whose angelic, lyrical voice is sure to be exquisite on holiday melodies.
 
Sunday
Dec. 7
Doors Open
6:30PM
Show Starts
7PM

Admission $4
BYOB $4

Hosted by
Sam Kwietniak
WEBSITE
Philadelphia-based songsmith and oddity Sam Kwietniak is no stranger to show business. With a smile, a wink, and a heaping portion of quirk, Sam aims to entertain, enchant, and one day enslave the world. His exalted lyrical sorcery and unparalleled mastery of music are paralleled only by his immensely humble and self-deprecating nature.
Admission and BYOB fee for this night of music supports keeping The Flash, a non-profit organization, open for these events. It is a valued donation to keep the music going!!
 
Elvis  is  back  in  the  building
Friday
Dec. 12
Open 7PM
Show 8PM

ADVANCE
$25
DAY OF
$30
HEADLINER
Elvis Tribute Show
Bob Lougheed and the Memphis Mafia Band are back for an ELVIS ROCKIN' BLUE CHRISTMAS.
LISTEN   |   WEBSITE

ABOUT THE ARTIST
Born and raised in Claymont, DE, Bob Lougheed is a six time award winning Elvis Tribute Artist. He has performed over 200 shows in the past 18 months both nationally and internationally. His unique portrayal has qualified him to compete in the yearly King of the World competition in Memphis.

 
Mary Fahl of October Project Returns for Another Live Performance at the Flash!
Saturday Dec. 13
Open 7PM
Show 8PM

ADVANCE
$27
DAY OF
$32
HEADLINER
Mary Fahl
LISTEN   |   WEBSITE

ABOUT THE ARTIST
Singer-songwriter Mary Fahl first achieved fame as lead singer and co-founder of the mid-1990s folk-rock/adult alternative group, October Project. As a solo artist, her musical inspirations have expanded to include classical, medieval and world music. Her expressive, transcendent voice has been called "a voice for the gods" (Boston Globe), "a powerful, beautifully proportioned contralto" (Variety), "soul-permeating" (Portland Press), and "supernatural" (author Anne Rice).
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Brooke Falls

ABOUT THE ARTIST
14 year old Brooke Falls was born on May 5, 2000 in Fort Collins, CO and has since moved to the Philadelphia area. She has been singing, acting & dancing since she was 9 years old when she entertained in her first public performance singing Memory from CATS. The excitement to see her first standing ovation sparked her decision to pursue her love and passion for music.
     In 2012 Brooke was the Grand Prize Winner in The Rising Stars vocal competition and Brooke's singing career started. Brooke was introduced to Founder/Producer; Maurice Coates after being a guest star on a local radio station when he heard her sing one of his original songs he written, Dry Your Eyes with Brenda Payton. Brooke has since signed on with Coati Love Music, Co. and is currently working on her first album with Maurice Coates who was the foundering member of the hit Philadelphia R&B Group Brenda & The Tabulations of the late 60's. Together they did a remake of "Dry Your Eyes" Brooke's first single that is now available on iTunes.
     In addition to being signed on as an R&B recording artist, Brooke continues to learn new techniques every day. Her vocals are a rare and a true gift. She can sing a variety of different genres and styles. She is thrilled she decided to join those who hold their music close to them and is very excited to be taking this musical journey!

 
Sunday
Dec. 14
Open 7PM
Show 8PM

ADVANCE
$16
DAY OF
$20
HEADLINER
The Reminders
WEBSITE

ABOUT THE ARTISTS
The Reminders bring a lifetime of music to the stage and the studio. They love doing this, you can tell. Their sound is a unique blend of Americana and Folk Rock with deep roots in blues, country and gospel. Audiences across the country have agreed, with overwhelming enthusiasm, that they need to do it more often. They just have that wonderful chemistry that is so hard to define, but so much fun to see and hear. Individually, they've been honored by the Recording Industry Association of America (The Grammy people), the National Endowment for the Arts, Billboard Magazine, ASCAP, BMI, and many others. You don't wanna miss them live. They've done enough in their careers to get you there, they'll do enough live to get you comin' back.

 
SPECIAL GUEST
Keith Mack

ABOUT THE ARTIST
His resume has endless accomplishments in the music industry. Starting with Patty Smyth and Scandel in the 80's as a band member and producer of the hit songs " THE WARRIOR " and " GOOD BYE TO YOU ". Going on to backup legends like Joe Cocker, Paul Young and many more. Most recently on AMERICA GOT TALENT backing up Cyndi Lauper on the performance of TIME AFTER TIME and now he's honoring the Flash with his great talent with the Reminders.

 
Friday
Dec. 19
Open 7PM
Show 8PM

ADVANCE
$16
DAY OF
$20
Taking it To Prime Time
HEADLINER
Improv Comedy Troupe
WEBSITE
Back by popular demand to Kennett Flash! Better Than Bacon is Chester County's newest improvisational comedy troupe! They make up every single word and perform every single action completely on-the-spot...and it's all driven by YOUR suggestions. Every show is a brand new experience, so find out why this group is Better Than Bacon!
 
Saturday
Dec. 20
Open 7PM
Show 8PM

ADVANCE
$20
DAY OF
$24
Mark Unruh with a Special Guest
HEADLINER
Mark Unruh
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Originally a native of Kennett Square, Mark has been active in the local music scene for more than 3 decades and brings a down-home feel to his shows. He has a unique connection to the Flash whereas its namesake, the infamous "Sandy Flash", used a hideout cave located on the edge of Willowbrook Farm where Mark was raised.
 
Sunday
Dec. 21
Doors Open
6:30PM
Show Starts
7PM

Admission $4
BYOB $4

Hosted by
Sam Kwietniak
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Philadelphia-based songsmith and oddity Sam Kwietniak is no stranger to show business. With a smile, a wink, and a heaping portion of quirk, Sam aims to entertain, enchant, and one day enslave the world. His exalted lyrical sorcery and unparalleled mastery of music are paralleled only by his immensely humble and self-deprecating nature.
Admission and BYOB fee for this night of music supports keeping The Flash, a non-profit organization, open for these events. It is a valued donation to keep the music going!!
 
Los Festingos - these guys will set the tone for the New Year. Get ready to get the party started.
Saturday
Dec. 27
Open 7PM
Show 8PM

ADVANCE
$15
DAY OF
$18
HEADLINER
Los Festingos
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ABOUT THE ARTISTS
The occasionally local, always unpredictable and rarely apologetic Los Festingos are back at the Flash with all of the chaos, laughter and awkward banter you've somehow learned to endure over the past five years. And this time they've got a new album to try and sell! Join the mighty Tim Gould, the mystical Sam Kwietniak, the mysterious Bucky Kellorgg and the mythical Toni Debowla as they attempt to change the music industry (and their reliance on day-jobs) one terrifyingly delightful comedy-folk-punk song at a time.
 

WHERE DO THE STARS OF TOMORROW COME TO PERFORM? THEY'RE HERE AT THE FLASH!!! 3 OF THE AREA'S BEST YOUNG SINGER / SONGWRITERS FROM 3 DIFFERENT AREA HIGH SCHOOLS WILL BRING THEIR TALENTS TO THE FLASH STAGE. 

Show student ID an get 2.00 off DOS show ticket price

Sunday
Dec. 28
Open 6PM
Show 7PM

ADVANCE
$10
DAY OF
$14

No BYOB PERMITTED FOR THIS SHOW

MOM AND DAD HERE'S A GREAT PLACE FOR YOUR KIDS TO GO AND HAVE GOOD SAFE FUN OVER THE HOLIDAYS.


HEADLINER
Wendell Woods Jr
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ABOUT THE ARTIST
My name is Wendell Woods Jr and I am an 18 year old singer/songwriter! I'm trying to make my way through the mi sic world and eventually make it to the top if possible! I play multiple styles of music, but all on the acoustic guitar. I am overjoyed by this opportunity and hope you can make it to my show if you're reading this! Thank you!
HEADLINER
Danica McGuigan
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ABOUT THE ARTIST
Hi! I'm Danica, I'm a 17 year old musician and a senior a Rising Sun high school.

HEADLINER
Chase Pavese
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ABOUT THE ARTIST
I'm a sixteen year old musician from Landenberg Pa. I'm a junior at Avon Grove High School!

 
Sunday
Jan. 4
Doors Open
6:30PM
Show Starts
7PM

Admission $4
BYOB $4

Hosted by
Sam Kwietniak
WEBSITE
Philadelphia-based songsmith and oddity Sam Kwietniak is no stranger to show business. With a smile, a wink, and a heaping portion of quirk, Sam aims to entertain, enchant, and one day enslave the world. His exalted lyrical sorcery and unparalleled mastery of music are paralleled only by his immensely humble and self-deprecating nature.
Admission and BYOB fee for this night of music supports keeping The Flash, a non-profit organization, open for these events. It is a valued donation to keep the music going!!
 
Thursday
Jan. 8
Open 7PM
Show 8PM

ADVANCE
$10
DAY OF
$12
Better Than Bacon
Improv Comedy Troupe
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ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Back by popular demand to Kennett Flash!Better Than Bacon is Chester County's newest improvisational comedy troupe! They make up every single word and perform every single action completely on-the-spot...and it's all driven by YOUR suggestions. Every show is a brand new experience, so find out why this group is Better Than Bacon!
 
S M N - U 21
Student Music Night Under 21
Show student ID an get 2.00 off DOS show ticket price
Friday
Jan. 9
Open 6:30PM
Show 7PM

ADVANCE
$10
DAY OF
$14

No BYOB PERMITTED FOR THIS SHOW
HEADLINER
Mystica 2015
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Ultimate way to kick off the New Year! Two local DJ's spinning the best tracks in EDM, House, and Electro.

ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Anthony Mullica - 16 year old Anthony Mullica has been into music his whole life. Within the last few years, he has decided to take the next step forward with his musical career. He spent his own money to purchace DJ and producing equipment, and began to start teaching himself. Over the last few years, Anthony's DJ career changed dramatically. He started as a kid making mixes and releasing them online. As people began to enjoy him and his music more, he started to perform at parties and shows. Now, Anthony Mullica attends the Center for Performing and Fine Arts in West Chester, Pennsylvania, where he plans to expand his musical knowledge to the fullest. Come check out Anthony Mullica, as he brings his talents along with him to the Kennett Flash!

Josh Kinsey - 15 year old Joshua Kinsey was born and raised in downtown Kennett Square.  He now lives in Oxford where he attends Oxford Area High School.  Music has always been a big part of his life.  Joshua has been mixing for 3 years and is bringing his musical talent to The Flash.

 
Sunday
Jan. 18
Doors Open
6:30PM
Show Starts
7PM

Admission $4
BYOB $4

Hosted by
Sam Kwietniak
WEBSITE
Philadelphia-based songsmith and oddity Sam Kwietniak is no stranger to show business. With a smile, a wink, and a heaping portion of quirk, Sam aims to entertain, enchant, and one day enslave the world. His exalted lyrical sorcery and unparalleled mastery of music are paralleled only by his immensely humble and self-deprecating nature.
Admission and BYOB fee for this night of music supports keeping The Flash, a non-profit organization, open for these events. It is a valued donation to keep the music going!!

 

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