Jay D Clark

Friday Sep 3, 2010
Free Show

The Piazza at Schmidt's
In the Piazza at the center of Schmidt\'s
Northern Liberties
Germantown Ave & N 2nd St, Philadephia, PA 19123
Take the MFL Subway to Girard Station or the #15 Trolley to Girard Station at Girard & Front

7:00PMDoors Open
7:15Jay D Clark
8:00Live Performance by Scorch (Fire Dancers)
8:30Film Begins
10:00Q and A with Josh Fox, PennEnvironment, and Protecting Our Waters
10:30After-party at PYT
In the event of rain, the screening will still go on outdoors.


This Show Presented in Partnership With
Fledgling Fund

Protecting Our Waters

The Philadelphia Underground Film Festival
Free Show!
The show will go on in the rain. There is some cover for the audience, but bring an umbrella. Forecast calls for a drizzly day but a clear evening.

Jay D Clark

Official Link: http://www.reverbnation.com/jaydclark

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Philly artist Jay D Clark plays feel-good roots, reggae, rock, blues, funky soulful grooves with conscious, catchy lyrical hooks sung by a powerfully sweet voice. He plays with a sizable, select pool of extremely talented musicians, playing often unrehearsed and allowing his backup band to flavor each song uniquely. No Jay D Clark shows are ever the same.

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