Jeff Selby, the creative force behind The Quixote Project, brings his unique solo performance to the Mansion in New Hope PA. “Sometimes I just like to get out there and go it alone!!” says Selby on his “one man band” solo performances. Selby has played major venues through out the Philadelphia area including the XTU 92.5 Anniversary show at the Susquehanna Bank Arena, sold out shows at the TLA and World Cafe Live, as well as the House Of Blues in AC. Selby and his band The Quixote Project have opened and supported many national touring artists such as Little Big Town, Robert Hazard, Edward Sharp and the Magnetic Zero’s and Charlie Daniels to name of few. The Quixote Project have gained radio air play in 7 states and over a dozen channels. They have performed live on Gene Shay’s Folk Show – WXPN 88.5, they were selected as “artist of the month” on WMMR 93.3 and have done a live on air performance/interview with WSTW 93.7 Hometown Heroes. Selby was recently awarded the top prize in the 2013 “Show Me The Music” song writing contest for his song “Lay Me Down” in the Americana genre. Selby and his band the Quixote Project currently have two albums available and will be releasing their anticipated third album “Bone Shaker” in late 2014. Armed with a stomp box on his right foot, a foot tambourine on his left, a guitar in hand and a harmonica around his neck, Selby brings a truly unique blend of roots music and a performance most anyone can enjoy on their night out.
People have always loved Ginger Coyle’s music. She’s gotten radio airplay effortlessly, since her first original demo at age 14. She’s been signed to two major labels, won national talent competitions and dominated industry showcases. A music biz veteran still in her mid-20s, she belongs to a lineage that stretches from Carole King through Fiona Apple, vocalists who borrow confidently from a soul music vocabulary while working mainstream pop territory. Her lyrics are conscious and brimming with radio- friendly hooks and universal themes. The South Jersey singer-songwriter-pianist-
guitarist first caught XPN’s attention with the bluesy “Silver Lining” from her 2012 EP Homeward Bound and is currently working on her full length to be released in 2014. “Coyle is not a straight-ahead anything, and her powerhouse voice does wonders with whatever style she’s tackling at the moment” -John Vettese WXPN
A West Virginia native, and now a Philadelphia local, Alexis Cunningham is a singer-songwriter with a whole-lot-a heart! With influences like Sheryl Crow and the Dixie Chicks, her music falls somewhere between country and rock. Alexis has been featured on local stations such as: Radio 104.5 and WXPN in Philadelphia, and is currently working on a full album with Eric Bazillion from The Hooters!
Stay tuned for a release date this coming fall!