Singer/songwriter Patrick McGlynn unleashes ‘Monsters’ album in Scranton on Aug. 26
From a press release:
McGlynn, who is also the frontman of local indie rock band Blinded Passenger, will be playing all eight songs from “Monsters,” along with some additional tunes. He will be joined by fellow NEPA musicians Dan Dalrymple, Ed Cuozzo, and A Season Underground.
The concert begins at 9 p.m., and admission is $5 at the door. Physical copies of “Monsters” will be available to purchase at The Keys (244 Penn Ave., Scranton) that night, and the album will also be released on iTunes.
Born and raised in the Electric City, McGlynn draws influence from a wide variety of artists, such as Bruce Springsteen, Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, Jonathan Richman, Tom Petty, Talking Heads, etc. The result is an Americana/indie/folk sound crafted over the past several years in the bars and clubs of Northeastern Pennsylvania.
Listen to the title track of “Monsters” below:
For more information on the release show, see the Facebook event page.
Photo by Rich Howells/NEPA Scene