Sun, Apr 14


Rigby Mansion

PFS April House Concert with Fish Harmonics and Slowey and the Boats

Fish Harmonics & Slowey and the Boats offer up toe-tappin' good times at Philadelphia's Rigby Mansion!

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PFS April House Concert with Fish Harmonics and Slowey and the Boats

Time & Location

Apr 14, 2019, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Rigby Mansion, 523 E Church Ln, Philadelphia, PA 19144, USA

About The Event

PFS April House Concert with Fish Harmonics and Slowey and the Boats

Sunday, April 14, 2019

Potluck/Doors 2pm | Music 2:30pm

Advance registrations for this performance are REQUIRED.

Admission is free for PFS members and $10 for Advanced Tickets for non-members.

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The event will be held at the Rigby Mansion located in the East Germantown neighrborhood of Philadelphia, PA. You will receive the exact address upon registering.

Please bring something to share! Potluck at 2pm, music at 2:30pm.

About Fish Harmonics

Fish Harmonics are a Philadelphia-based ensemble, led by accordionist Rob Curto, that plays adventurous American roots music.

Influenced by celtic, old time, and modern bluegrass sounds, the band brings a unique free-wheeling and improvisational energy to both classic tunes and original compositions.

Featuring Curto’s mastery of the piano and diatonic accordions, coupled with rhythmic arco bass playing, old-timey strings, and groove-oriented drumming, the band is creating an exciting blend of sounds both familiar and new.

About Slowey and the Boats

Slowey and the Boats are a mainstay in Philadelphia’s eclectic music scene. In 2012 band leader Isaac Stanford got some of his closest friends together to play the steel guitar instrumentals that he had been learning, and the rest is Philadelphia nightclub history.

The band is busy around Philadelphia and has been featured monthly at the legendary local music bar Dawson Street Pub in a residency that has now lasted more than five years. In addition to Stanford on the console steel guitar, the band is comprised of David Streim on keys, Nate Skiles on guitar, Michael Hlatky on Bass, and Fred Berman on drums.


PFS and the hosts ask that guests act in a respectful manner and be considerate of the performers and other attendees--if you do not, you may be asked to leave by PFS staff or the hosts.

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