• Performances,  Rent Parties

    Pete Skjold bass guitar

    FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 7pm To reserve your spot or a table for you & your friends email pomerenearts@gmail.com or call 740.622.0326 suggested donation $10 per person We know Pete as an amazing electric bass maker and the leader of The Smokin’ Reubens (played Thursday nights last summer on the terrace @ The Warehouse Steak & Stein-ah summer!) We’re presenting Pete as a one man band-keyboard, drum machines, bass guitar… it’s all about the bass guitar. “You know the bass IS REALLY a guitar,” says Pete. “The music? Pulling that out of all my hats” – wow! For an idea about the music?  Here’s what Pete has been listening to…  Jah Wobbel, Bill Laswell, Victor Wooten (click to hear victor playing…

  • Rent Parties

    The Saturday Giant on Friday 2/6

    The Saturday Giant Friday, Feb. 6, 7pm  @ the Pomerene Center for the Arts Suggested donation $10 Reserve seats for you and your friends | 740.622.0326 or pomerenearts@gmail.com Ask any musician–putting a band together, keeping a band together…very hard..unless you happen to be able to do the one-man band thing.  Phil Cogley, aka The Saturday Giant, is THE one-man art-rock band from Columbus Ohio And he’s coming to the Pomerene Friday 2/6 to play the February 2015 Rent Party. Here’s the description of what you can expect: innovative and compelling original music built–sound layer on top of sound layer–guitars, drums, bass lines, beat boxing, keyboards, vocals–all played live, recorded and looped (no prerecorded samples).  listen check…

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    Jason Pendola in the new year

    Jason Pendola, acoustic | Friday, January 2, 2015 7pm  Genres  Anything but country………….but he can if you ask him to Influences peter furler, adele, al di meola, andy mckee, suggested donation $10  WHAT IS A RENT PARTY? At the time of the Great Migration north (1910-1930), blacks emigrating from the south settled the problem of Harlem’s inflated rents by throwing parties. Furniture was moved to the outside walls, musicians and refreshments were brought in, card tables were set up out of the way of the dance floor, and the doors were opened in exchange for a few bucks. In an effort to relieve stress on our monthly budget, the Pomerene Center has…