Open Mic with guest host Jason Webb
Open Mic is a great opportunity for established and novice performers—singer/songwriters, bands, vocalists, comedians, poets, storytellers—to practice and share their talents. It’s also a wonderful opportunity for audiences to experience a special evening of talent.
Open Mic generally takes place two times per month, the first and third Sundays.
Doors open and sign-up at 6:00 p.m.
Show starts at 7:00 p.m.
Two song or 10 minute limit for each performer
Time slots are reserved on a first come, first served basis
You must be present to sign-up (No one can sign up for you)
The Kennett Flash supplies a complete back line for bands (drums, bass amp, guitar amp and keyboard)
$5 BYOB (Beer & Wine Only)
Pizzas by La Verona, Snacks and Non-Alcoholic Beverages available for purchase.
About the host:
Jason Webb is an American singer-songwriter from Wilmington, Delaware. He’s known for his work as principle songwriter and frontman for Indie Folk band Apache Trails, whose latest single “Galileo’s Garden,” off the band’s forthcoming EP, has recently received airplay on both 88.5 WXPN and 93.7 WSTW. Jason’s work with Apache Trails has also given him the opportunity to perform at a variety of venues and festivals throughout the East Coast including the 57th Annual Philadelphia Folk Festival, DewPoint Brewing Company’s DewGrass Music Festival and LiveNation’s Local Brews Local Grooves.
Jason is currently wrapping up production on his 2nd EP with Apache Trails (due out December 2019) and can also be seen as lead vocalist for fast paced garage rockers Cadillac Riot.