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COVER STORY: Patty Crash has performed with The Roots and Gym Class Heroes and others. Now she’s doing her own thing. Meet the next Philly pop star.
JUMP Presents: People have been dancing around a bonfire in the heart of Philadelphia for nearly 30 years. Our Caroline Newton takes part in the weekly festivities.
JUMP Presents: There’s a new wave of folk musicians in Philly. Our Jillian Mallon looks at the growing scene.
Music & Education: The University of Pennsylvania Glee Club has been making fans squeal for nearly 150 years.
Music & Education: Girls Rock Philly (below) teaches how to be a rock goddess (and strong woman).This Place Rocks: The Hard Rock Cafe is going local. Milkboy comes to Philly. Vox Populi brings art and music together. Black and Nobel do more than just sell books and music; they inspire a desperate community.
Food That Rocks: The mysterious Little Bar in Bella Vista does jazz and karaoke and a world of other stuff.
Music & Politics: Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown was a professional dancer. She talks to JUMP about the importance of the arts and culture to the city.
Liner Notes: Keith Birthday of Norwegian Arms meets a guitar craftsman in Ecuador.
Publisher’s Note: Four words of advice – start a fucking band.
Da Rezarekt (jumping in the image above).
Emily Pukis & the Vagrants are not a cult. Honestly.
Black Landlord wants you to dance.
The R6 Cypher is showcasing Philly talent.
O.H.M. has meaning: the powerful 18-year old rapper.
The Sound & The Fury: The legacy of Black Radio in Philly.
Toy Soldiers are roots rockers.
Modern Bromance: How author Eric Smith and musician Peter Marinari found each other.
Logan Neubauer, hardcore organizer.
Meet David Gudis, the beatboxing doctor who helps people hear.
Doo Wop: The sounds of Philadelphia (50s-style).