J. P. Bohannon Music Schedule


Philadelphian guitarist and singer/songwriter, J.P. Bohannon continues to appear every other weekend at McShea’s Restaurant and Bar in Narberth, PA. With acoustic music that spans the decades and a smattering of originals, Bohannon’s shows have been great gathering places for meeting up with old friends, grabbing good eats and enjoying plentiful drinks.

2019 November/December Music Schedule:

November 30–McShea’s2:00-5:00
December 14–McShea’s 2:00-5:00
December 28–McShea’s 2:00-5:00
December 29–
Sunday Over Easy–10:30-12:00
@ the Kelly Center for Music,
Arts and Community**

**In an effort to help Jim Wurster and the New Avenue Cafe, we are launching Sunday Over Easy at the Kelly Center. A 10 am Sunday brunch-style series accompanied by live music – Jazz, Folk, Country or anything that fits a Sunday morning coffee house venue.
The New Avenue Cafe employs people with disabilities and Jim Wurster’s mission is to promote inclusion. We would like you to help generate interest in Jim’s cafe.




3 thoughts on “J. P. Bohannon Music Schedule

  1. Hi John, I saw your show at the Kelly Center in Havertown. You know me from World Cafe Live’s Free @ Noon shows.

    • Hey Bill,

      I got your e-mail today on my blog. (Boy, I’ll have to update that thing; it’s been a while.) My daughter mentioned that you commented on the New Avenue “live stream,” but I don’t have Facebook and haven’t seen it yet. She was going to stop over this weekend so I could respond to some comments.

      Anyway, how are you doing? Life is pretty weird these days, isn’t it. I retired in June and had been planning to spend the rest of my Fridays at “Free at One”… but so much for best-laid plans, huh? I have talked to David and I saw him on the live stream from New Avenue Cafe, but I haven’t seen him streaming the Free at One. I am going to try this Friday even without Facebook.

      Anyway, thank you for tracking me down. I was going to get back to you this weekend. If you don’t mind, I’ll put you on my mailing list which usually includes upcoming shows and my YouTube program: “Another Sunday Morning Tune.”

      Hopefully before too long we’ll be sitting at XPN, Audrey will be serving us beers, and David will be up on stage.

      Be well,

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