Free! Live at Music Makers * Hosted by Arts Alliance of Greater Waynesboro/Destination ARTS
Singer-songwriter Ethan Larsh will be featured in Music Makers on Friday. A native of Waynesboro, PA, Larsh delivers catchy piano rock influenced by Harry Nilsson and Paul McCartney.
With the health and safety of our community in mind, we have implemented the following policies:
• Face masks are required.
• All guests must practice social distancing.
• If you are not feeling well or are experiencing any symptoms of illness, please remain at home.
• Upon entry, guests must sign in and provide contact information.
• Guests will be limited to 30 people max in the combined Music Makers/Gallery 50 space.
• While in Gallery 50, shop with your eyes and only touch what you plan to purchase.
• Friday nights, you must enter through Gallery 50. The Music Makers door will be exit only.
• BYOB: Please drink only when seated in Music Makers.
• No food will be allowed, and we will not be serving snacks and refreshments.
In Music Makers, chairs have been spaced to provide safe social distancing for both our performers and audience members. Musicians are also required to wear masks when they are not performing.
For more details, please go to our website: ArtsAllianceGW.org
Hungry for some more local music? Well, you are in luck because it is another Music Spotlight! This week’s edition of Music Spotlight focuses on a full-time, hardworking musician with a creative mind that does not stop. His name is Jason Sheffield.
Originally from McConnellsburg, PA, Jason is now residing in the historic town of Gettysburg. He is a seasoned musician who has been doing his thing for many years. His music and career have taken him to many towns and cities all over. From doing tours down the east coast, to busking on the board walk of Ocean City, Maryland, Jason Sheffield is a musician who doesn’t rest.
When it comes to music, Jason covers a variety of cover songs paired with his catchy originals. The covers played by Jason do not always resemble the original tune. More so, Jason attempts to put is own personal touch on the particular song that is played. It is intriguing to see and hear because it exhibits his innate ability for creativity. This same aspect holds true for his originals. When hearing a Jason Sheffield original, you cannot help, but to be hooked and pulled in by is groovy guitar rhythms. Then in comes his voice with catchy words and phrasing. It also falls into the same entrancing rhythm evoked by his guitar playing style.
Wanting to know more about Jason Sheffield? If yes, that is perfect because you can find him on Facebook via his personal page. He is also active on Instagram at “iamjasonsheffield”.
But for a little taste of Jason’s work, here he is performing his original “Inside My Head” on YouTube:
Music Spotlight Introduces Talented Multi-instrumentalist, Composer & Songwriter: Mr. Tyler Mickley.
Tyler Mickley has been in the music scene for years. From drumming in “The Written Letter” during the early alternative punk scene, to playing bass in the experimental rock band “The Hybrid”, and now playing in the local cover band “Ding”, Tyler has been working and honing his craft and sharing it with music lovers all around the area. As well as drumming for Ding, Tyler also creates flavor filled studio tunes under the name of “Kanchesnes”.
You can hear the quality of musicianship through the guitar, bass, drum and vocal tracks that decorate each song on his bandcamp page. He takes all that he does seriously all while holding the hands of a little fun. You can listen to more of his tunes at kanchesnes.bandcamp.com.
Here he is performing a song titled “Viscera.”