PW Concerts in the Park Schedule

July 2, 2008

Philadelphia Weekly, the better of Philly’s two weekly rags, has announced the lineup for this year’s free concerts in Rittenhouse Square. What a great lineup.

This year it’s a mix of up-and-coming and larger local acts- all Philly-based.

I actually rescheduled a planned vacation around The first show on August 13. I’d have to be crazy to miss Dr. Dog since I missed them when the played the very same event two years ago.

August 13, 2008: Dr. Dog

August 20: Adam Arcuragi with The Capitol Years

August 27: Jotto with Bitter Bitter Weeks

September 3: The Hustle with Black Landlord

All shows free, Wednesdays @ 7 PM

Expect some stuff from Dr. Dog’s new LP Fate which will be released July 22nd.

MP3: Dr. Dog- My Friend

MP3: Dr. Dog- Hang On

Both from Fate LP

MP3: The Capitol Years- Let Them Drink

MP3: Adam Arcuragi- Part of the Sky

Local man originally from Georgia who sounds a lot like the late Nick Drake.

MP3: Jotto- Backyard Circus

MP3 from Philly’s Bag of Songs blog.

MP3: Bitter Bitter Weeks- Danger in the Halls



  1. Thanks for putting me on to Adam Arcuragi – he reminds me heaps of Damien Jurado.

  2. He sounds like a different singer on each song too. That’s actually the only track which he sounds like Nick Drake at all.

    Look for me at the shows- I’ll most likely be the tallest person there with a child on my shoulders.

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