Sunday, February 5, 2017 @ Prime Burger, Glassboro, NJ
By Luke Morsa | Posted Friday, February 3, 2017
Prime Sessions are acoustic nights at Prime Burger in Glassboro, NJ run by Brock Landers’ bassist, Jaz Mckee. Prime Burger is a burger place on Rowan Boulevard that has great food and an awesome atmosphere for acoustic performances.
● February 5th
● Prime Burger Address: 322 Rowan BLVD Glassboro, NJ
● Acoustic Performances by Rich People, Bike Routes, Andy Kavanagh, and Ben Greenblatt
● Admission: FREE
● Music from 5PM-8PM
Ben Greenblatt is an acoustic emo artist from Southern New Jersey. At only 17, he has a cult-like following in the house show / DIY scene of South Jersey. As pictured above, Ben sometimes performs with a full band.
Andy Kavanagh (of Brock Landers)
Andy is a talented musician and vocalist from NJ post-hardcore band Brock Landers. Andy also performs solo frequently and has solo material that you can listen to at his Bandcamp, which is linked below.
Bike Routes is the moniker of local acoustic artist David Osterhout. Bike Routes has a show or two under it’s belt as a full band, but all recorded music is acoustic. For fans of Pinegrove and tall, lanky people that wear 2XL hardcore band tees.
Rich People is a 4-piece Alternative / Emo outfit fronted by Rob Rich. Rich People put out their debut release Jacob’s Ladder in November 2015. Since then, Rich People have toured and played a few large local shows and festivals.
Hope to see you on Sunday for burgers and music! Parking is in the garage next to the Marriott.
About the Writer
Luke Morsa is a musician and writer from Hammonton, NJ. He is the guitarist and one of two vocalists in Clearview, an Emotional Post-Hardcore band. Luke began writing music articles and conducting artist interviews two years ago for his own music blog. He is currently in college working towards a degree in Psychology. Luke has booked under Grandaire Booking and is a supporter of the music scene in NJ.