Sellersville Theater, Bucks County PA

Sellersville Theater

Upcoming Events

December 9, 2022 (Friday) 8:00 PM
William Clark Green
A singer and songwriter whose slice-of-life tunes and rough, heartfelt delivery earned him a following in the Southwest, William Clark Green was born in Flint, Texas on May 19, 1986. When Green was 12, his family moved to College Station, Texas and he began taking guitar lessons at church. Green's tastes then leaned to hard rock, but when his father played him Willis Alan Ramsey's classic 1972 debut album, the youngster became interested in the Texas singer/songwriter tradition. Green immersed himself in the work of Robert Earl Keen, Jerry Jeff Walker, and Pat Green, and began writing songs of his own.
December 10, 2022 (Saturday) 8:00 pm
Winter Songs Holiday Show with Mary Fahl, formerly of October Project, and Band
Enjoy an evening of holiday classics and winter songs with Mary Fahl, former lead singer of October Project, and Band performing songs from her album "Winter Songs and Carols" as well as some beloved holiday standards.
December 11, 2022 (Sunday) 8:00 PM
An Evening With Riki Rachtman
After his hugely successful spoken word show debut in Charlotte, North Carolina in September, Cathouse founder and former host of Headbangers Ball, Riki Rachtman will take "One Foot In The Gutter" on the road for five shows in December. An intimate evening of stories, tales and true life fables from Riki himself... from growing up in Hollywood, to all the raunch roll sleaze and debauchery that happened at the Cathouse. Never before has he shared his experiences of Headbangers Ball in an uncensored spoken word event. In all the "Once In A Lifetime" moments he's had, and he's had A LOT, this spoken word show is a personal highlight The former host of MTV's legendary Headbanger's Ball as well as the Founder of Hollywood's most notorious rock club and epicenter of raunch, the infamous party place, the Cathouse, Riki did something he's never done before: appeared in front of a very large audience and told his stories... not only some never before shared stories of the early days with some of the biggest names in rock n roll, but he opened up with his tales of drug addiction, jail, bankruptcy and his true rags to riches to rags to riches story. "One Foot In The Gutter" is Riki's very first speaking tour, the first time he's discussed with an audience his career and past, how he helped define metal culture, and beyond. Riki is uncensored, unapologetic and not at a loss for words. What was it really like hanging with some of the biggest rock stars on the planet when the cameras weren't on? What really happened on MTV with Nirvana, Alice in Chains, Ozzy and others?
December 11, 2022 (Sunday) 8:00 PM
An Evening With Riki Rachtman
After his hugely successful spoken word show debut in Charlotte, North Carolina in September, Cathouse founder and former host of Headbangers Ball, Riki Rachtman will take "One Foot In The Gutter" on the road for five shows in December. An intimate evening of stories, tales and true life fables from Riki himself... from growing up in Hollywood, to all the raunch roll sleaze and debauchery that happened at the Cathouse. Never before has he shared his experiences of Headbangers Ball in an uncensored spoken word event. In all the "Once In A Lifetime" moments he's had, and he's had A LOT, this spoken word show is a personal highlight The former host of MTV's legendary Headbanger's Ball as well as the Founder of Hollywood's most notorious rock club and epicenter of raunch, the infamous party place, the Cathouse, Riki did something he's never done before: appeared in front of a very large audience and told his stories... not only some never before shared stories of the early days with some of the biggest names in rock n roll, but he opened up with his tales of drug addiction, jail, bankruptcy and his true rags to riches to rags to riches story. "One Foot In The Gutter" is Riki's very first speaking tour, the first time he's discussed with an audience his career and past, how he helped define metal culture, and beyond. Riki is uncensored, unapologetic and not at a loss for words. What was it really like hanging with some of the biggest rock stars on the planet when the cameras weren't on? What really happened on MTV with Nirvana, Alice in Chains, Ozzy and others?
December 11, 2022 (Sunday) 2pm
Tony Sands' Christmas with the Rat Pack
Swing into the Christmas season with The Rat Pack Together Again and their famous Christmas Concert. Together they amaze audiences with their recreation of a magical Christmas at The Sands Casino with Sinatra, Martin & Davis in this sensational show!
December 11, 2022 (Sunday) 2pm
Tony Sands' Christmas with the Rat Pack
Swing into the Christmas season with The Rat Pack Together Again and their famous Christmas Concert. Together they amaze audiences with their recreation of a magical Christmas at The Sands Casino with Sinatra, Martin & Davis in this sensational show!
December 11, 2022 (Sunday) 2pm
Tony Sands' Christmas with the Rat Pack
Swing into the Christmas season with The Rat Pack Together Again and their famous Christmas Concert. Together they amaze audiences with their recreation of a magical Christmas at The Sands Casino with Sinatra, Martin & Davis in this sensational show!
December 11, 2022 (Sunday) 2pm
Tony Sands' Christmas with the Rat Pack
Swing into the Christmas season with The Rat Pack Together Again and their famous Christmas Concert. Together they amaze audiences with their recreation of a magical Christmas at The Sands Casino with Sinatra, Martin and Davis.
December 14, 2022 (Wednesday) 8:00 PM
Anthony Geraci And The Boston Blues All-Stars
Anthony Geraci is a 2021 Blues Music Award Winner for Instrumentalist- Pianist from the Blues Foundation in Memphis, TN. Anthony Geraci and the Boston Blues All-Stars were also nominated in 2021 for Band of the Year (and 2019) as well. Anthony has 15 personal Blues Music Award Nominations. He is an original member of Sugar Ray and the Bluetones, and Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters-he has recorded with both Artists extensively. He has recorded with Blues Pioneers: Big Walter Horton, Carey Bell, Odetta, Big Jack Johnson, Charlie Musselwhite, Lazy Lester, Snooky Pryor and John Brim. As well as contemporary Blues Artists: Kenny Neal, Sugaray Rayford, Debbie Davies, Otis Grand, Welch/Ledbetter, Zora Young, Tas Cru, Kilborn Alley, The Proven Ones, and Duke Robillard. Grammy Nomination: Super Harps I (Telarc.) Be on the lookout for a new recording coming out in 2022. All original tunes by Anthony. With special guests Anne Harris, Walter Trout, Sugar Ray Norcia and Monster Mike Welch...The Boston Blues All-Stars.
December 15, 2022 (Thursday) 8:00 PM
Ana Popovic
Celebrating 20 years as a touring musician, the award-winning guitar player, singer and songwriter has released 'Live for LIVE', an exciting hour and a half CD & DVD demonstrating why she's proudly looking back at a career of thousands of shows worldwide. This high-energy concert showcases not only Ana's mesmerizing guitar skills but also her fabulous band, successfully merging musical styles. Ana's passion on stage is so evident that the title sums it up, this IS what she lives for. Don't miss this always-amazing live show!
December 16, 2022 (Friday) 8:00 PM
Dave Hause With Will Hoge
Dave Hause is a Philadelphia native and staple in the heartland rock, folk rock and punk rock scenes. On a base level, the term 'blood harmony,' the name of his most recent album, is simple-it describes the specific sound two siblings make when they sing together. Given that Dave Hause has been writing and recording songs with his younger brother Tim for a while now, it made sense to use that phrase as the title for his fifth solo record. Hause's latest music resonates deeply with fans and feels more significant than ever.
December 18, 2022 (Sunday) 2:00 PM
The Cowsills Family Christmas
Back in the 1960's, four brothers who wanted to be The Beatles formed a band called The Cowsills. The Cowsills enjoyed great success during the late 60's and in to the very early 70's not only with their music but appearing as guests on many television shows and even hosting their own TV special. They've been wholesome fan favorites and household names ever since!
December 18, 2022 (Sunday) 8:00 PM
Anthony Nunziata - The Italian Broadway Christmas Show!
Supporting his critically-acclaimed, and Broadwayworld Holiday Album of the Year "Together for Christmas", world-renowned tenor, songwriter, entertainer and Carnegie Hall headliner Anthony Nunziata his Sellersville Theater debut on Sunday, December 18th with "The Italian Broadway Christmas Show!" Nunziata's glorious voice will be serenading you with timeless songs from the Italian, Broadway, American Songbook and jazz/pop repertoires.

Brooklyn-born and now Nashville-based, Nunziata is dubbed "America's new romantic singing sensation" and is often compared to the stylings of Michael Bublé, Andrea Bocelli and Michael Bolton. Expect to hear his soul-stirring renditions of "O Holy Night," O Sole Mio," "The Prayer," "Somewhere," "The Christmas Song," "That's Amore!" "Can't Help Falling in Love," "The Greatest Wish," and many other classics as well as his timeless original songs. This is the must-see concert event for the Christmas season so get your tickets before it's too late!
December 22, 2022 (Thursday) 8:00 PM
Darby Slick with Fred Scholl
Darby Slick is the famed guitarist and songwriter best known as a former member of The Great Society, and as the writer of the Jefferson Airplane song "Somebody to Love." In 1965, he co-founded The Great Society with his brother Jerry Slick, Jenn Piersol, and his sister-in-law Grace Slick (David Miner and Bard Du Pont joined shortly afterward). Darby played lead guitar and occasionally performed backup vocals early on. He wrote some other songs for The Great Society, including "Free Advice" and "Darkly Smiling." Darby is coming to Sellersville with Fred Scholl, lead guitar player of The Dude Of Life Band. Darby will sing songs of his own composition, self-proclaiming that he is not a one hit wonder!
December 23, 2022 (Friday) 8:00 PM
The Slambovian Circus Of Dreams...A Very Slambovian Christmas
The music of The Slambovian Circus Of Dreams has been described as "hillbilly-Floyd," "folk-pop," "alt-country, roots-rock," and "surreal Americana;" a clear indicator of its singularly indescribable uniqueness. Dancing freely between all existing religious and philosophical mythologies, the music is uplifting, empowering, and a lot of fun. And this year, it's holiday fun in the way that only the Slambovians can do!
December 29, 2022 (Thursday) 8:00 PM
Kilmaine Saints
Kilmaine Saints is a band formed on good whiskey and bad intentions. The brainchild of two members of a Harrisburg Pipe & Drum band, this project was originally created with the sole intent of getting them free beer at St. Patrick's Day shows in the central PA area (and might I add - mission accomplished). After incorporating the help of fellow members from the pipe band and other notable musicians from the area, they soon realized they were in for one hell of a ride. Since 2009 they have continued to pound through blistering, high-energy live sets that keep people singing along, stomping their feet, lifting their pints and shouting for more. With several hundred shows at pubs and festivals from New Jersey to California, critically acclaimed releases under their belts, national and international airplay, and an ever-expanding and extremely loyal fanbase, it's no wonder the world is starting to stand up and take notice. In short, The Kilmaine Saints are equal parts Irish swagger, Scottish pride, and whiskey. This explosive Celtic rock band from central PA will steal your heart, your spirit, and your pint when you're not looking.
December 30, 2022 (Friday) 6:00 PM
Live Wire (6 PM)
As is now Sellersville tradition, start celebrating New Year's Eve early with the ultimate High Voltage AC/DC experience with Live Wire! They recreate the power, energy, image and sound complete with a full stage performance just as if Angus Young and the boys were rocking before your very eyes. Expect concert favorites like "You Shook Me All Night Long," "Back In Black" and "TNT!"
December 30, 2022 (Friday) 9:00 PM
Live Wire (9 PM)
As is now Sellersville tradition, start celebrating New Year's Eve early with the ultimate High Voltage AC/DC experience with Live Wire! They recreate the power, energy, image and sound complete with a full stage performance just as if Angus Young and the boys were rocking before your very eyes. Expect concert favorites like "You Shook Me All Night Long," "Back In Black" and "TNT!"
January 1, 2023 (Sunday) 1:00 PM
Al Grout
Al Grout is a sensational entertainer that has been performing since 1977, and does over 200 shows a year! Audiences from small children to senior citizens will enjoy the most difficult and entertaining juggling being done today. Al Grout has appeared at Atlantic City casinos, throughout the Poconos, and hundreds of resorts and other venues throughout the Eastern United States. He appeared at the Hershey Theater with the Hershey Symphony Orchestra. He's worked with many celebrities in the entertainment business such as Regis Philbin.
January 6, 2023 (Friday) 8:00 PM
Stereo League with The Tisburys
Philadelphia band Stereo League has always been about discovering new genres and working with artists who can bring unique sensibilities to their music. On their latest EP Endless Mirage, the band, led by childhood friends Alex Savoth and Dan King, collaborated with the Synth & Soul record label and production crew Eraserhood Sound. The result is a timeless, shimmering collection of songs that tell evocative tales of loneliness and longing, set against the backdrop of Eraserhood Sound's signature analog production. Stereo League, who have been named Artist to Watch by NPR station WXPN, believe this release to be the clearest and best representation of their vision to date, delivering the soulful sound they have been searching for.
January 12, 2023 (Thursday) 8:00 PM
Albert Lee
Albert was first introduced to music with the piano, learning the classics and pop tunes before the likes of Jerry Lee Lewis inspired him to take up guitar. Spurred on by the recordings of Jimmy Bryant, Buddy Holly and The Crickets, Gene Vincent and The Everly Brothers, Albert left school at sixteen and turned pro. He replaced Jimmy Page in The Crusaders before joining Chris Farlowe and The Thunderbirds in '64. He soon found his favored guitar of choice, the Fender Telecaster, whilst everyone else was playing Gibson Les Pauls and Stratocasters. He moved to Los Angeles, where he met his idols Phil and Don Everly, and Don invited Albert to play with him and pedal steel legend Buddy Emmons. After working on Don's second album, Albert left to join Joe Cocker's band and was replaced by Lindsey Buckingham. Albert's reputation was growing and he was then approached by A&M about putting together a solo album. At a pivotal point in his career, Albert was asked by Emmylou Harris to replace James Burton - one of his guitar heroes - who was leaving for Elvis Presley's band. When he returned to London in 1978 for session recording, Albert met Eric Clapton. He was invited to join his band and played on Clapton's live album "Just One Night", which featured Albert on lead vocals for a cover of Mark Knopfler's "Setting Me Up". Albert fulfilled his boyhood dream to play with the Everly Brothers in 1983 when he acted as guitarist and musical director for their reunion concert at the Royal Albert Hall. Since then he would regularly tour with the Everlys on and off for 20 years. After two instrumental albums - "Speechless" (1986) and "Gagged But Not Bound" (1987) - steel player Gerry Hogan invited Albert to headline at a festival in Newbury, England - fronting his own band for the very first time, Hogan's Heroes. In 2002 he would join Eric Clapton, Tom Petty, Paul McCartney and other music legends on stage at the Concert for George at the Royal Albert Hall. Albert also recieved a Grammy Award in 2002 for his contribution to "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" featured on "Earl Scruggs and Friends". This is your chance to see an absolute legend play live!
February 10, 2023 (Friday) 8:00 PM
On A Winter's Night featuring John Gorka, Patty Larkin, Cliff Eberhardt & Lucy Kaplansky
Presenting the Reunion Tour of "On A Winter's Night" from veteran singer-songwriters that remain among the brightest stars of the singer/songwriter movement for the past three decades. In 1994 Christine Lavin gathered them together, along with folk and Americana artists to showcase music of the Winter Season on the now-classic On A Winter's Night CD, followed by several years of touring collaborations. These artists have released dozens of recordings and toured steadily through the decades, with fond memories of their touring days together. The winter season is again celebrated by these unique and popular performers, back together by popular demand.
February 11, 2023 (Saturday) 8:00 PM
Rhonda Vincent & The Rage
Grammy nominated and International Bluegrass Association award winner Rhonda Vincent inherited a timeless love and talent for bluegrass from her family and carries it on today. Rhonda is one of the most popular and acclaimed bluegrass stars today and one of our most popular artists! In addition to being a great mandolin player, Rhonda is an in demand vocalist for many other bluegrass and country performers like Dolly Parton, Alan Jackson, Tanya Tucker and more. She was recently inducted into the Grand Ole Opry - congratulations!
February 12, 2023 (Sunday) 2:00 PM
Gunhild Carling...Sweden's Queen Of Swing
Swedish musical sensation Gunhild Carling is an internationally acclaimed superstar whose show is a can't-miss event! Whether she's singing favorite jazz standards, playing one of many instruments (trumpet, trombone, harmonica, flute, recorder, or jazz bagpipe), Gunhild's sublime showmanship shines through. Carling is a jazz artist of the old breed, combining extraordinary skills on trumpet and trombone with vaudeville stunts. In her playing, she shows heavy influences from Bix and Louie Armstrong as well as Billie Holiday. As if that weren't enough, Gunhild also tap dances and sings during her shows. Gunhild is notorious for playing three trumpets at once and a recent video of her playing bagpipes went viral with over 15 million views.
February 15, 2023 (Wednesday)
Mike Dawes with Trevor Gordon Hall
Mike Dawes is an English guitarist known for composing, arranging, and performing multiple parts simultaneously on one instrument. He is hailed as one of the world's most creative modern finger style guitarist with a repertoire spanning solo viral video hits alongside mainstream chart success performing with Justin Hayward from The Moody Blues. Dawes was named "Best Acoustic Guitarist in the World" by Total Guitar Magazine / Music Radar in both December 2017 and 2018 readers polls.
February 16, 2023 (Thursday) 8:00 PM
Tannahill Weavers
The Tannahill Weavers are one of Scotland's premier traditional bands. Their diverse repertoire spans the centuries with fire driven instrumentals, topical songs and original ballads. Their music demonstrates the rich musical heritage of the Celtic people. The Tannahills have turned their acoustic excitement loose on audiences with a unique combination of traditional melodies, driving rhythmic accompaniment and rich vocals that make their performances unforgettable. The group has made an international name for its special brand of Scottish music, blending the beauty of traditional melodies with the power of modern rhythms. Inducted into the Scottish Traditional Music Hall Of Fame in 2011, they are firmly established as one of the premier groups on the concert stage. From reflective ballads to footstomping reels and jigs, the variety and range of the material they perform is matched only by their enthusiasm and lively Celtic spirits.
February 17, 2023 (Friday) 8:00 PM
Joe Louis Walker
Joe Louis Walker, a Blues Hall of Fame inductee and four-time Blues Music Award winner, celebrates a career that exceeds a half a century. His album Everybody Wants A Piece cements his legacy as a prolific torchbearer for the blues. Looking back on his rich history, Walker shares, "I'd like to be known for the credibility of a lifetime of being true to my music and the blues. Sometimes I feel I've learned more from my failures, than from my success, but that's made me stronger and more adventurous and helped me create my own style. I'd like to think that when someone puts on one of my records they would know from the first notes, 'That's Joe Louis Walker.'" This is an album release show!
March 8, 2023 (Wednesday) 8:00 PM
Enter The Haggis
For the better part of two decades, Toronto's Enter The Haggis has combined bagpipes and fiddles with a rock rhythm section to create a distinctively eclectic sound. Their songs offer singalong melodies and deep, meaningful lyrics which tell the stories of everyday hard working people, often faced with seemingly insurmountable challenges. Signature songs like "One Last Drink", "Gasoline", "Down With The Ship" and "Lancaster Gate" have had hundreds of thousands of plays on social media, appeared in Hollywood movies, and have been performed and recorded by artists around the world. Enter The Haggis is clearly comfortable on the stage and develops an easy rapport with audiences, sharing the stories behind their songs and laughing through tour anecdotes. The show is exciting and dynamic, featuring unpredictable and spontaneous moments.
March 10, 2023 (Friday) 8:00 PM
Angel
Employing a dazzling mix of glam rock, hard rock, and progressive rock, Angel's outrageous, white-satin-heavy image and equally over-the-top stage shows, made them one of the more colorful arena rock bands of the mid-'70s and early '80s. Discovered by Kiss bass player Gene Simmons, the group issued their eponymous debut album in 1975, which hewed closer to prog rock than the glam pop that would inform future endeavors like On Earth as It Is in Heaven (1977) and Sinful (1979). The group went their separate ways in 1981, but re-formed in the late '90s with a new lineup, and released two studio albums (1999's In the Beginning and 2019's Risen) and numerous compilations.
March 12, 2023 (Sunday) 8:00 PM
The Lonesome Ace Stringband
The Lonesome Ace Stringband is an old-time band with bluegrass chops that play some righteous folk and country music. Three Canadians lost in the weird and wonderful traditional country music of the American South, the band members Chris Coole (banjo), John Showman (fiddle) and Max Heineman (bass) are each journeyman musicians and veterans of some of Canada's top roots music acts (New Country Rehab, The David Francey Band, The Foggy Hogtown Boys, Fiver). Instrumentation alone instantly sets LAS's sound apart: consisting of just fiddle, clawhammer banjo, and upright bass, the band moves freely between having a sound so powerful that it doesn't seem like it should be coming from a trio, to a sparseness and fragility that draws the listener in and refreshes the ear. All three are compelling lead singers, each with his own character and range. This allows for the vocal texture to shift depending on how the song needs to feel - and what the song has to say. When those voices come together the power of the harmonies is unshakable. It's clear to anyone who's heard LAS that they just don't sound like any other band.
March 16, 2023 (Thursday) 8:00 PM
Glengarry Bhoys
Described as bold, unorthodox, vibrant, and evocative, the GLENGARRY BHOYS hybrid of Canadian Highland Scots and French Canadian musical idioms has evolved into a sound that is weighty, authoritative, and extremely entertaining. Their energy and good humor, as much a part of the show as their musicianship, crosses all cultures and ages. Many things have been written and reported about this world renown Canadian alt-celt group over that last decade, all depicting their musical and entertaining prowess with varied audiences the world over, but their ability to marshal large enthusiastic audiences show after show is legion and recognized. Their objective is simple yet evocative, as stated by their lead singer Graham Wright in a CBC "Fresh Air" interview: "if our audience can only get 10% of the satisfaction we get entertaining them - then we surpass objective". Accordingly and repeatedly, they do! From a small Scots-French-Canadian enclave in Eastern Ontario, these Celtic-Stompers, always pushing the musical envelope but never straying too far from the traditional whence they came, have earned a reputation as entertainers that challenge you to sit still during their engaging performances. Go ahead and try!
March 17, 2023 (Friday) 8:00 PM
Barleyjuice's St. Patrick's Day Party
With six studio albums and a double CD collection in their sporrans to date, these five spirited Yanks have made themselves one of the most beloved Celtic rock bands in the US. Frontman Kyf Brewer lithely covers lead vocals, guitar, accordion, harmonica, mandolin, bouzouki, piano and bagpipes. Backing Brewer is a mad quartet of characters: guitar virtuoso Chris "Shep" Shepherd handles mandolin and conventional electric and acoustic guitars with his trademark flair; captivating fiddler Kyle Blessing's classical roots stray to bluegrass and country in the middle of the most authentic jigs; drummer Bogi Trifunovich is a powerhouse of driving decadence, while bassist Eric Worthington is the musical snakecharmer of the deep and dulcet. The ayes have it - Barleyjuice is a grand group of talented tunesmiths and prodigious performers, and the absolute best time you can have at a concert without removing your kilt!
March 18, 2023 (Saturday) 8:00 PM
Wishbone Ash
Formed in 1969 in England, Wishbone Ash are one of the most influential guitar bands in rock history. Equally inspired by British folk, American jazz and R&B, the band did their part to help form the emerging rock 'n' roll scene in the U.S. and the U.K. Through dedication to the craft of guitar harmony and melody, along with relentless touring, Wishbone Ash garnered a vast audience through public approval, critical praise and worldwide distribution of their extensive recording catalog. In 2023 the band, led by founding member Andy Powell (guitarist, lead vocals), will mark the 50th anniversary of their biggest selling, multi-platinum album, "Live Dates," with tours of Europe, North America and the United Kingdom. In the U.S., February and March will see the band traveling through the Northeast and Midwest, with an autumn tour through the South and West. Reviewers have consistently listed it among the finest live rock albums of all time.

To celebrate the 50th Anniversary, "Live Dates" was re-recorded in its entirety at Daryl Hall's venue, Daryl's House Club, in Pawling, New York on July 22, 2022.Andy Powell trades licks with Yorkshire's Mark Abrahams, who has been playing Wishbone Ash tunes since his youth. Longtime bassist Bob Skeat keeps the low-end rocking, working the grooves with newest band member, Mike Truscott on drums. Like his band mate Mark Abrahams, Mike also hails from Yorkshire, England. As true warriors of the road, the band regularly covers around 30,000 miles a year, which is roughly equivalent to circumnavigating the world. The Ash is an undeniable force on today's touring scene, performing on five continents and continuing to be discovered by new generations of music fans.
March 19, 2023 (Sunday) 3:00 PM
Church Of Cash
If you're going to capture the mystique and resonance of Johnny Cash onstage, you better have the raw prowess as well as the reverberating voice. Jay Ernest, the driving force propelling Minneapolis-based Church of Cash, has both in spades. With his bandmates, Ernest brings the iconic Man in Black to life every time he takes the concert platform. The award-winning Church of Cash is a premier Johnny Cash tribute show band with the attitude and the chops. In 2019, Church of Cash received "Best Tribute Act 2019" honors from the Midwest Country Music Organization. In 2021, Jay Ernest and by extension the Church of Cash, was inducted to the Minnesota Music Hall of Fame. Since forming in 2009 in Honolulu, Hawaii, Church of Cash has steadily forged a reputation for excellence. The band, which relocated to Minneapolis a year later, made it clear early on that channeling Johnny Cash was anything but a vehicle to gain instant notoriety. Cash, choirs, and rock 'n' roll reign supreme. So, when Jay Ernest steps in front of a microphone he embodies the true artistic spirit of the man he reveres.
March 28, 2023 (Tuesday) 8:00 PM
Hotel California: A Salute To The Eagles
Hotel California - "A Salute to the Eagles" - With their extraordinary vocal and musical talent, Hotel California faithfully and accurately reproduce the sound of The Eagles while recreating a classic sound which transcends the boundaries of Rock, R&B, and Country. Authorized by The Eagles, this highly respected show delivers a modern, action packed, fully produced performance. Their great reputation, sold out performances and audience acclaim stamp this as the ultimate salute. All live and using no backing tracks, their show of excellence has taken Hotel California to a level of international recognition normally reserved only for gold and platinum recording artists.
March 29, 2023 (Wednesday) 8:00 PM
Hotel California: A Salute To The Eagles
Hotel California - "A Salute to the Eagles" - With their extraordinary vocal and musical talent, Hotel California faithfully and accurately reproduce the sound of The Eagles while recreating a classic sound which transcends the boundaries of Rock, R&B, and Country. Authorized by The Eagles, this highly respected show delivers a modern, action packed, fully produced performance. Their great reputation, sold out performances and audience acclaim stamp this as the ultimate salute. All live and using no backing tracks, their show of excellence has taken Hotel California to a level of international recognition normally reserved only for gold and platinum recording artists.
March 31, 2023 (Friday) 6:00 PM
Spyro Gyra (6 PM)
October 2019 witnessed the release of Spyro Gyra's first album of new material in six years. Once again, they have upset expectations by recording an album of all cover songs. In a nod to drawing heavily from their earlier pop and rock influences, Vinyl Tap. Be prepared for some surprises, like a Latin big band approach to Cream's "Sunshine Of Your Love". Spyro Gyra is an unlikely story of a group with humble beginnings in Buffalo, NY who has continued to reach an international audience over forty years, resulting in sales of over 10 million albums and having played over five thousand shows on five continents. They have accomplished this due to a forward looking approach combined with the work ethic of an underdog, always challenging themselves to do something new while never resting on past success. It has proven to be a recipe for longevity for this jazz group while music has gone in and out of styles in ever shorter cycles.
March 31, 2023 (Friday) 9:00 PM
Spyro Gyra (9 PM)
October 2019 witnessed the release of Spyro Gyra's first album of new material in six years. Once again, they have upset expectations by recording an album of all cover songs. In a nod to drawing heavily from their earlier pop and rock influences, Vinyl Tap. Be prepared for some surprises, like a Latin big band approach to Cream's "Sunshine Of Your Love". Spyro Gyra is an unlikely story of a group with humble beginnings in Buffalo, NY who has continued to reach an international audience over forty years, resulting in sales of over 10 million albums and having played over five thousand shows on five continents. They have accomplished this due to a forward looking approach combined with the work ethic of an underdog, always challenging themselves to do something new while never resting on past success. It has proven to be a recipe for longevity for this jazz group while music has gone in and out of styles in ever shorter cycles.
April 1, 2023 (Saturday) 8:00 PM
EXTC
XTC is one of the UK's most revered and influential bands. While XTC are no more, their legacy has passed to EXTC − the band of legendary XTC drummer, Terry Chambers. For the ultimate stamp of approval, the band comes with the support of XTC main men, Andy Partridge and Dave Gregory. Hot on the heels of a storming headline appearance at the Isle of Wight Festival, EXTC perform a full set of XTC classics, from their adrenalised early anthems through to the psychedelia-infused rock of later albums. And you can expect the band to deliver the same fire seen in XTC's gigging heyday, which included worldwide tours with The Police and Talking Heads. EXTC is also busy writing new material that will pay homage to the past while forging an exciting new musical future.
April 13, 2023 (Thursday) 8:00 PM
Blood Brothers Ft. Mike Zito & Albert Castiglia
Blues Music Award-Winners Mike Zito and Albert Castiglia bond as Blood Brothers on new CD coming early 2023. Blood Brothers was produced by Joe Bonamassa and Josh Smith and recorded at Dockside Studio in Maurice, Louisiana. Mike Zito and Albert Castiglia are true "Blood Brothers" in life and in the music they create both individually and collectively, joining forces in a collaborative effort of songwriting and performances to create a total listening experience greater than the sum of its parts. Both Mike and Albert will be onstage performing together for the entire show, so fans can enjoy the amazing chemistry and creativity that these two musicians share with each other - and the audience. Both Mike Zito and Albert Castiglia are celebrating their most- recent albums: Zito's double live set, Blues for the Southside, debuted at number one on the Billboard Blues Chart; and Castiglia's latest solo disc, I Got Love, also charted very high. Mike Zito won the 2022 Blues Music Award for "Blues Rock Album;" and Albert Castiglia won the BMA for "Blues Rock Artist."

About the Sellersville Theater

Since opening in 2002, Sellersville Theater has become a vital stop on the East Coast circuit for musicians and comedians. Specializing in an ambitious, eclectic mix of top name artists and great new talent, the delightful venue is renowned for its sound quality and intimate shows. Artists have included Emmylou Harris, Lisa Loeb, The Temptations, Roy Clark, Todd Rungren, Judy Collins and hundreds more. Located just off Route 309 between Montgomeryville and Quakertown, the theater sits next to the Washington House Restaurant, a Bucks County landmark offering casual fine dining.

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