Conshohocken's famous session spot has been the home of the Butcher Bros.—better known as Phil and Joe Nicolo—for decades. But Yip's made an indelible mark there too.
"If you’re a musician, people don’t seem to really care," says the Mt. Airy-raised frontman. "You’re just like anybody else."
With a sophomore LP borne on the wings of love, this Philly girl is stepping further outside her famous kin’s shadow.
His renewed and refurbished Boot & Saddle brings the feel of the Old West to the not-so-old hipsters of Philadelphia.
Well, I did it. I watched, eagerly, a live musical on NBC last night. Supposedly—and it’s really hard to believe—they put on live, three-hour staging of “The Sound of Music,” and they made Carrie Underwood Maria Rainer and Stephen Moyer (Vampire Bill) Captain Von Trapp. At first, I was intrigued, because—the hell is this? A prime-time [...]