Friday, April 13th!
Laura Cheadle and Patty Blee live at
The Living Room at 35 East in Ardmore, PA
If you can imagine Sheryl Crow meeting Bonnie Raitt in a corner bar as they kick back a few cold ones with Lucinda, then you'll have no problem envisioning Patty Blee pulling up a stool and fitting right in. Her husky voice, confessional songs and rootsy sound have earned her numerous comparisons to such artists, ever expanding the genre of Americana music.
Ernie Trionfo is a legendary South Jersey guitar man, both in terms of playing and repairing guitars. He is a member of both Home at Last and The Snake Brothers and is an in-demand session player.
If youre longing for some real music that you can feel in your heart, lyrics that speak to your soul, and a live performance with the power to blow the roof off the sky, you can stop right here. If youre tired of all the staged choreography, blinding light shows, capes, costumes, lip-synching and auto-tunes that seems to have taken over live performances, you have found a place to rest, refresh, and renew. Welcome to the world of Laura Cheadle.
Along with her Family Band, she has opened for some of the biggest names in the business and won numerous awards, including Best Indie Jazz/Blues Band at WXPN sponsored Tri- State Indie Music Awards. She has performed on stages from NYC to London, appeared on 6ABCs Tuned In as the very first viewers choice, the NBC 10 Show, and the National reality show Next Great Family Band. Laura was recently featured in Curve Magazine, named one of 100 Women We Love in Go Magazine, and declared a Super Woman in South Jersey Magazine for her active Charity Work.