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Sunrise Entertainment
Very excited to announce GLASS HARP’s Return to Youngstown Homecoming Concert coming to Powers Auditorium in the DeYor Performing Arts Center on Friday January 13, 2017 at 8 pm.

Playing extended solos and group improvisations at their concerts, Glass Harp is recognized as one of the early pioneers of jam rock. The current members are Grammy-nominated guitarist Phil Keaggy, bassist Dan Pecchio and drummer John Sferra. They are a power trio in the tradition of Cream, the Jimi Hendrix Experience and the James Gang. Glass Harp released three studio albums on Decca Records "Glass Harp" (1970), “It Makes Me Glad” (1971) and “Synergy” (1972).

Don’t miss a chance to see this iconic band from our very own Youngstown, Ohio!
Tickets for this event will go on sale at 10 am on Friday November 18. All tickets are reserve seating. To order tickets online go to www.youngstownsymphony.com or order by phone at 330-744-0264. Tickets are also available at the DeYor Performing Arts Center Box Office located at 260 West Federal Street Youngstown, OH 44503.

Tickets (plus applicable fees):
Gold Circle $55
Front Floor/ Loge $45
Rear Floor/ Lower Balcony $35
Upper Balcony $30

Music Mill Entertainment
is proud to re-issue all
three Glass Harp volumes
as a tribute to this
pioneering band.
Glass Harp
It Makes Me Glad

Digitally re-mastered
with a previously unreleased
bonus track on each CD

Check out CD previews below,
cover art drafts, liner notes & lyrics

Glass Harp Performs 'Can You See Me' at Kent Stage
(with Chris Queen-keyboards, Paul Christensen-wind synth, Mike Pachelli-guitar).
May 7, 2016
Thank's Tim Wilson

Stark Raving Jams CD cover Live! At Carnegie Hall CD cover
Beach Landballroom CD cover
Hour Glass

Beach Landballroom CD cover

Download Glass Harp @ iTunes

We're proud to finally make available one of Glass Harp's
most talked about concerts in years.

This show was recorded at Cleveland's Beachland Ballroom
on November 1, 2008, where Glass Harp headlined a benefit
concert for Roots of American Music an organization
dedicated to the preservation, performance and
education about traditional American music in our schools.

This CD finally captures the raw, improvisational energy and
spur-of the-moment creativity that has defined Glass Harp
for decades, but until now has been heard only in a live
setting and in the memories of the people who saw it.

Here, classic songs take on entirely new guises, free jams
spur flurries of ideas, and around every corner awaits a new
surprise for even the closest follower of Glass Harp's
concerts and recorded output.

If there were ever a collection of Glass Harp music that one
might compile for friends, new listeners, or fans of inspired musicianship in general, look no further than this CD.
As Daniel Pecchio points out: "This...is finally *us*"

The Rock Hall Blog
Jim Henke's blog about Glass Harp & the Beachland Ballroom CD


Go to the "Music & Movie Clips" Page for a large archive of video's and mp3's.

Click on the menu below for a huge archive of photos of different concert venues and more.

Buzzbin Magazine
Live Memory: Reminiscing with Glass Harp's Daniel Pecchio
By D. Beall They were three Catholic boys from Youngstown who rose to fame in the time of Hendrix, Joplin and The James Gang. “In the ‘70s we were....Read entire interwiew..

Glass Harp Live at the Beachland BallroomGH's recent release available
at the Order CD's page
Strings Attached CD Cover

Buy the Circa 72 DVD and you get any combination of 2 Glass Harp Special Friends released CDs at a savings!

Live! Circa 72 Glass Harp's first DVD release! Available Now....more info

GH photo art

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