**Postponed** Shelby Lynne

Event Postponed: Due to a scheduling conflict, this show is postponed. Rescheduled date is TBD.

**Postponed** Shelby Lynne

Pete Donnelly (of The Figgs / NRBQ)

February 22 · Thursday

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$30 Advance / $35 Day of Show / $45 Seated

Postponed

This event is 21 and over

Shelby Lynne
Shelby Lynne
American singer, songwriter and actress, born 22 October 1968 in Quantico, Virginia, USA. Sister of Allison Moorer.
Pete Donnelly (of The Figgs / NRBQ)
Pete Donnelly (of The Figgs / NRBQ)
Pete Donnelly is a Southern New Jersey/Philadelphia based musician/songwriter. His latest record “Face the Bird” 2013, is a return to the exploratory side of “home” recording. The result is a wide ranging exposition of songs, unabashedly displaying some far reaching influences.

Densely hypnotic, Mod RnB, Swinging Pop; The music is moody with it’s exuberance and desolation, childish romps and descriptive lyrics.

“Face the Bird” was recorded in an unused store front in Ocean City, NJ. Off season in Oct/2012. This city, a near desolate locale, offered the perfect place to retreat to and write/record. That was until Hurricane Sandy flooded the island and much of the North East. A harsh ending to a prolific month.

The record was finished in the home studio, as well a couple Philadelphia studios, including Waking Studio(owned by producer Bill Moriarty) where the single “Got Caught Up” was recorded. This song was written while out in California writing with friend Shelby Lynne. Her vocals are from that original writing/recording session.

Pete, who was a member of the legendary band NRBQ, is also a founding member of The Figgs, which has a world-wide fan base, a hearty discography, and has toured and recorded several times with Graham Parker.

As the ever active bass player and song writer in The Figgs, founded in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. in 1987, Donnelly has spent the better part of the past 25 years touring with the band, as well as a number of other artists such as Soul Asylum, Mike Viola & The Candy Butchers and Tommy Stinson.

Living in the Philadelphia area more than a decade, when not on the road, Pete Donnelly has been performing, engineering and/or producing for a variety of artists, including G. Love, Death Vessel, Carsie Blanton, John Legend, The Capitol Years and Amos Lee.

Pete’s Music is built upon sturdy pop melodies, and played with a genuine sense of care, Donnelly’s songs are testaments to his artistry.
Venue Information:
The Ardmore Music Hall
23 East Lancaster Ave
Ardmore, PA, 19003
http://www.ardmoremusic.com