Preaching at Peoples Baptist Church in Philadelphia pa
First Unitarian Church
Ink & Dagger from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania perform at The First Unitarian Church, Philly Pa. April 1998. Vhs to dvd transfer.
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Ink & Dagger was a Vampire-themed punk band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that was active in the 1990s. The two permanent members throughout the band’s career were guitarist Don Devore and vocalist Sean Patrick McCabe. Other members included Ashli State, Terry Yerves, Ryan McLaughlin, Joshua Brown, Jennifer Park, and Eric Wareheim, co-creator and star of Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim shows Tom Goes to the Mayor and Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!. Band members frequently incorporated references to vampires in their music, painted their faces, and played with fake blood. Some members were previously in Crud is a Cult, The Mandela Strike Force and Frail. In 1999, Ink & Dagger formally announced that they were disbanding. Shortly after recording what was to be the band’s final album, singer Sean Patrick McCabe was found dead in a motel room in Indiana in 2000. He was 27. The final and self-titled album was released on Buddyhead Records with a picture of a young Sean in a vampire costume featured in the CD booklet.
Don Devore currently plays bass in Amazing Baby, and also plays in Souls She Said, a band consisting of him and Joe Cardamone from the Icarus Line. Also, during the band Refused’s final tour Don played bass during their American shows.
Joshua Brown went on to play in Lenola and Like A Fox. He currently plays bass in The Midnight Sounds.
Bhutanese Nepali Evangelical Church of Harrisburg, PA – USA
Documentary celebrating the 125th Anniversary of Holy Ghost Byzantine Catholic Church in Philadelphia, PA highlighting the history of the Church’s founding, the architecture, the artwork, the choir, and the Parish.
Produced, Shot, and Edited by Michael Licisyn
Weston from Lehigh Valley, Pa return in 2015 at the First Unitarian Church in Philadelphia, PA.
Digger, The Fiendz, Mikey Erg
Fri, December 4, 2015
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm
First Unitarian Church
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Weston are a punk rock band hailing from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1990, they took their name from singer Dave Weston’s family, since his parents allowed them to practice in their basement. The band never found mainstream success but their energetic and irreverent live shows earned them legendary status amongst their peers as well as their fans. Following their major label debut, the band split up. It was announced on October 17, 2006, that Weston would be reuniting for three shows in late December. This led to even more reunion shows in following years and a live album released December 2009.
Dave Weston – vocals (1990–2001), guitar/vocals (1994–2001), (2006–present)
Mark Kale – guitar (1990–1992)
Chris Benner – guitar (1990–1994)
James Snyder – guitar/vocals (1992–2001), (2006–present)
Chuck Saltern – bass/vocals (1990–1996)
Jesse Short – bass/vocals (1996–2001), (2006–present)
Jeremiah Attanasio – drums (1990–2001), (2006–present)
Tim “Chicken” Snyder – drums (2006–2010; various live shows)
St Marys, PA USA
“Song: Ahrix – Nova
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Montage of photos and videos from 150 years of St. Bridget Church, in the East Falls section of Philadelphia … FDR, John B. Kelly (Olympian), Grace Kelly, and many other memorable faces from one of the most historic neighborhoods in Philadelphia…
Meyer & Wagner 814-389-4133
Lion of Judah featuring Stephanie Brown performing live at Sharon Baptist Church in Philadelphia, PA. Visit www.victoryevennow.org.