Sunday, July 23, 2017 - 6:30pm
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The YAS Summer Showcase will feature two new Young Artists - Alex Taughinbaugh & Zoe Levine.
Alex is an aspiring Singer/Songwriter who will be joined on-stage by fellow YAS Alums Ian King and Brett Hooks and new YAS performer drummer Cameron Ogden. Alex is an incoming high school senior and will be performing several original compositions.
Zoe is a Music Therapy candidate at West Virginia University. She will giving a dynamic presentation on Music Therapy and her experiences in the field as a Music Therapist including original music and other songs she incorporates into her practice. Zoe will also speak to the issue many young aspiring artists are faced with; What does a career in the Arts look like? Zoe will be joined on stage by her brother Milo Levine who is a first year music therapy candidate WVU.
Fresh off a blistering Streetfest performance and the release of her self-titled debut record, Lucia Valentine will be performing/recording several cuts off her new record in an acoustic format accompanied by guitarist/producer Scott Smith.
Come on out, and support our aspiring young artists and enjoy this great night of music! The Young Artist Series is a non-profit organization that pairs professional musicians with young aspiring musicians offering the best in music education, mentorship and entertainment.

Sunday, July 23, 2017 
Opera House Live 
131 W. German Street
Shpeherdstown, WV 25443

Admission is $8 for adults and $5 for students.
Doors open at 6pm.
Showtime is 6:30

Friday, July 28, 2017 - 2:00pm
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Doors . 1:30pm

Film . 2:00pm

Free Admission



The film follows Chappelle during the summer of 2004, up until September 18, 2004, when he threw a block party on the corner of Quincy Street and Downing Street in the Clinton Hill neighborhood of BrooklynNew York City. The film features nearby sites including the Broken Angel House in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn as well as areas in Fort Greene, Brooklyn and Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. The film was produced before Chappelle's highly publicized decision to walk away from a $50 million deal to continue his hit Chappelle's Show, and gained prominence after the announcement.

He invited several hip hop and neo-soul musical artists to perform at the party, including Kanye WestMos DefJill ScottErykah Badu, and The Roots along with The Central State University Marching Band. Lauryn Hill was also scheduled to perform at the party, but since Columbia Records refused to release her songs for use in the production, she decided instead to reunite The Fugees for the occasion. In addition, Chappelle performed comedy monologues and sketches in between the musical acts.


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Friday, July 28, 2017 - 9:00pm
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Since forming in the Rustbelt of Cleveland, OH in 2010, Broccoli Samurai has been taking the club and festival scene by storm. The band's synth-laden, drum and bass influenced, progressive electronica has been thrilling audiences throughout the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, and Northeast markets, winning them a massive and fiercely loyal fanbase. Eager fans pack dance floors and late-night festival sets with smiles across their faces, waiting to get lost in the band's ambient soundscapes, anticipating every bass drop that will force them to move with reckless abandon. Broccoli Samurai's line-up includes founding member Ryan "Bruce" Hodson on keys and synth, and Cameron Bickley on drums and percussion. Accomplished bassist Zach Wolfe anchors the rhythm section, while guitarist Michael Vincent weaves in and out, exploring new sonic territory.

The band has played countless festivals such as Peach Music Festival, Electric Forest, Catskill Chill Music Festival, Aura Music and Art Festival, The Werk Out, BIG What?!, Domefest, Paradise Music and Art Festival, Rootwire, The Mad Tea Party Jam, The Ville, SummerDance, Disc Jam, Night Lights Fall Music Festival, The Gathering At Chaffee's, Utica Music and Art Festival, and Hyperion Fest. Broccoli Samurai has directly supported and toured with many known bands including Dopapod, Papadosio, Lotus, Conspirator, The Werks, Ozric Tentacles, BoomBOX, Big Gigantic, Rusted Root, O.A.R., Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Aqueous, and BIG Something. Broccoli Samurai's extensive tour schedule has them playing high profile venues and major cities regularly, and the band will be increasing the number of performances and expanding their reach into the West Coast and Southern markets in 2015. This band is making big moves and the time to take notice is now.

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