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October 14, 2009 / Joe Osborne

Weekend Concert Preview: October 9-11

Brian Diabagio

Photography by Josh Douglas Smith

Long time no see, Philanthem readers! I apologize for the unexpected hiatus for the past month. If you’re wondering where I’ve been (of course you have!), Lauren and I have been in the process of bringing in some more writing muscle to the team. So get used to seeing a few new faces around here shortly and we’re sure you’ll enjoy what they plan to bring to the table. Until then, let’s see some of what’s going on this weekend, shall we?

Saturday, October 10:

Our friend Brian Dibiagio will be crazy busy this Saturday as he’s playing two shows in two very different locales. First, he’ll be with Bill Monaghan in Allentown, NJ (yes, there is an Allentown in Jersey) at the Allentown Fall Festival, which seems to be a free event that starts at 9:30 a.m. After a bit a travel, Brian will be at the Edgmont Country Club with Round Tower in Newtown Square, PA for a show that begins at 8 p.m. and is also presumably free.

The New Divide will be headlining a show at the Cherrywood in Clememton, NJ with Jason Ager and the C.O.P.O, Open the Sky and Boss 302. Unfortunately for those under 21 (or without a fake I.D., but you didn’t hear that from us), the show is for those that wield that magical number of years. Tickets are $7.

A slow weekend in terms of quantity, but most definitely not in quality! Remember, if you are a in band or know one who would like to be featured in our concert previews, tip us off either on our Mypsace, Facebook group, or at philanthem@gmail.com. Also, if you want to see our posts as soon as they happen, subscribe to the Philanthem Twitter feed.

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  1. towsononthecouch / Oct 22 2009 11:31 am

    Brian Dibiagio is incredible. He has a powerful soulful voice that is needed right now in the modern jazz genre. His folky tone adds a lot to make this artist one of a kind. Many of his songs vary in style which is refreshing each time the track changes. He should book a gig in the Baltimore area and look for a review by me, the Baltimore music blogger at http://towsononthecouch.wordpress.com/

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