Andy Prescott is a Bowman's favorite, performing standards on the piano on Monday evenings. Crowd participation is encouraged.
Bob appears at the piano weekly at Bowman's Tavern (New Hope PA), Moonstruck and at The Claridge, Atlantic City NJ. He also appears quite regularly at The Nassau Club (Princeton, NJ), The Bernards Inn (Bernardsville, NJ), The Clinton House (Clinton NJ), and Tim McLoone's Asbury Grille (Asbury Park NJ).
Lorenzo is a modern day renaissance man. Lorenzo performs as a soloist or as a member of a band throughout PA, NJ and NY. Either while playing the guitar, drums, flute, harmonica or singing vocals, Lorenzo will entertain all ages with music ranging from modern top 40 to songs he his composed himself.
Ottmar entertains on the piano every Friday, 4-8pm and every Sunday 12-6pm
Dave Dales has been performing in the Greater Philadelphia area with his jazzy style of Vocals and Keyboards for the last 20 years. He has studied with seasoned jazz virtuoso, Tom Lawton and holds a degree in musical theory. David has made guest appearances on local jazz guitarist Bob Miles television show, "Miles of Music."
The Fermenters brew up a traditional roots-rock groove concoction, with jazzy notes and a choice instrumental aftertaste, infused with fresh original song
Lovey Williams received his B.A. in Music from Montclair State University. His uniquely smooth singing style along with his excellent guitar playing provides the perfect atmosphere for any occasion. Whether you are having a small intimate gathering or hosting a big event he can provide just the right music to make your special day or night a memorable one.
Debra Dean & Patrick Lawler are versatile and unique musicians who have performed around the globe. This Dynamic pair will keep you entertained with Jazz, Pop and Blues. They work the Club Circuit from New York, Asbury Park, Palm Beach, New Hope and Key West. They also played for the troops on DOD tours.
Let's party like it's 1959! I am a purveyor of standards from the entire 20th Century, but specializing in the 20 through the 50's. Old school performance style; just piano and voice, no electronic background tracks or computer assisted slight of hand.