The Susquehanna Chorale continues to be recognized as a premier choral ensemble in South Central Pennsylvania, and enjoys a national presence through live performance, recordings, and its educational choirs and programs, with a focus on choral beauty and artistic interpretation of the highest caliber.
Christyan Seay, tenor, is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University and a resident of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He studied voice with the late Dr. Thomas Houser (New Holland, PA) and Dr. Anthony Leach (State College, PA) while coaching with noted vocal coaches in the central Pennsylvania and Philadelphia areas. Active in recital, oratorio and opera, Mr. Seay has performed extensively throughout central Pennsylvania and Europe including performances at Weill Recital Hall in New York City and venues abroad in Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic.
No Last Call
We are Harrisburg's first and only "hit & run" street band and we love showing up on a corner unannounced and playing tunes that get people clapping, dancing and smiling. We are a community band of about 30 musicians that exudes spontaneity and fun.
Shea Quinn is a musician based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Most notably, he was a member of the 1980's band, The Sharks, winners of the MTV Basement Tapes competition.
Donna Jean Foster and the Martini Brothers
Donna Jean, a skilled guitarist and musician, asked The Martini Brothers to join her on an original song. The Martini Brothers bring honest to goodness rock and roll. The way it should be. Since 1994.
Diane Wilson-Bedford is a well-known vocalist from the Harrisburg, PA area and performs both regionally and nationally. She is known for her beautiful talents that she uses to praise the Lord and lead others in worship.
Bridging the divide between straight-drive, traditional grass played by the Del McCoury Band and the Lonesome River Band and the genre-warping progressive grass done by the Punch Brothers and Front Country, Colebrook Road strives to find a common middle ground, creating new enthusiasts for bluegrass while expanding the definition of the genre for established fans.
Grumpy is a band that lacks the fear normally seen in musicians. This bunch will launch into uncharted territory on stage with glee.
Crossfire3 is made up of Jeanine Scarpato, Cherie Scarpato and Colette Eckert. This trio brings with it over 25 years of music making experience and a passion for getting that memorable, blended vocal sound. With Crossfire3 you’ll hear a mix of classic rock, pop, folk, and country music that will reel in any die-hard music lover or casual listener who is looking to enjoy a night of live music.
Don Johnson Project
Funky Blues, Motown, and much more. Band will have you out of your chair and dancing! If you like Hendrix, Otis, and BB King, you will love this band.
The group was originally formed to play one charitable event for Christmas and has developed over the last 2 years, playing countless venues, weddings, and private parties/ events. The Anthony Peirucinni Trio performed on the Joy To The Burb 2019 album. For the 2020 album, they are performing under an alternate lineup as Tony Wayne.
The Goods are a family band based out of New Cumberland, PA, playing in their church and at community events. Visit us at
Canaan's Land Bluegrass is commited to providing top notch traditional bluegrass music with a sprinkling of new era sounds. We pride ourselves on the respect that the music and the audiences deserves. The precise music and tight harmonies are the engine that drives us to give the fun and high energy shows that we do. It is our focus to provide the audience with the best that bluegrass music has to give.
Grant Bryan is a country music artist from Elizabethtown, PA with “Tennessee roots”, as well as an entrepreneur, competitive bodybuilder, and athlete. He also hosts open mics at Shank’s Tavern, and is the founding member of the Grant Bryan Band.
Messiah University Jazz Ensemble is a group of young talented musicians who love to use their gifts to glorify God and perform in concerts every year. Each one of these students spends careful time to practice their instrument, and coming together to make a sweet-sounding, jazzy group!
Leap of Faith
Leap of Faith (LOF) is a contemporary Christian band based in York, Pa. The band was created in 2003 to as a praise and worship musical ministry to help provide inspiration and participation in hearing God’s word. LOF provides praise and worship music for services and special events throughout the central Pennsylvania area.
Loco Lobo is an eclectic group of superb musicians and vocalists that Sheldon Jones surrounded himself with to make the songs he wrote become a reality.
MSC Connection is a group of local musicians coming together for this project. Vocalist Aubrey Krepps teaches music in the West Shore School District. Violist Alice Bish is a member of the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra. English horn player Jill Hoffmann is the Librarian and Assistant Personnel Manager of the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra. Tyler Canonico is Minister of Music at Market Square Presbyterian Church. Composer James Hoffmann retired as the Director of Choirs at Cedar Cliff High School and the Director of the Hershey Community Chorus. Tyler, Jill, Jim, and producer Sheldon Jones have strong connections to Market Square Presbyterian Church. Thus, MSC Connection seemed to appropriately represent this collection of musicians.