Music of Delco Night - Scott McClatchy and more

By Kelly Center (other events)

Friday, October 9 2020 7:15 PM 10:00 PM EDT

Music of Delco Night.  We are celebrating Delco Arts Week with a showcase of fine Delco performers.

Scott McClatchy’s music blurs the lines between all styles of American music. Rock, folk and country are all touchstones of his song writing.  “Peeks” Pammie Cobaugh, is an 18 year old singer and songwriter from Havertown. Vincent James, recording artist/composer/author, is passionate about the importance of music education. Plus Chris Magee of Dreaming Thomas and Katie Assiran.

To celebrate, Kelly Music for Life will provide complimentary wine and beer. Guinness, Allagash, Dogfish Head, Coors Light, White Claw Seltzer plus red and white wine.  BYOB is also welcome for an additional  $5 donation.  The New Avenue Café will be open for healthy snacks, drinks and coffee purchases.  Must be 21 to consume alcohol.

Masks required to enter and removed only while seated.  Limited tickets.  50% capacity to allow proper distancing.  All drinks will be served in disposable cups.

Doors open at 6:30 pm.  7:15 show.  

$15 per person online.  $20 per person at the door.  When purchasing tickets, please indicate seating preference.

BYOB optional.  $5 additional BYOB fee per alcohol drinker at the door.  Must be 21+ to bring alcohol,  Drinkware and ice provided.

Free Parking in Oakmont Municipal lot behind Kelly Center off Darby Road.

LIVE Stream Option: Watch at home. Pay what you can afford at Please indicate your donation is for Music of Delco Night. Virtual tickets benefit performers and the Kelly Center.

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Scott McClatchy

Scott McClatchy started out as the singer/songwriter/guitarist for Philadelphia's The Stand.  McClatchy guided The Stand through a successful run that included being named Best Unsigned Band by both East Coast Rocker magazine & WMMR Radio.  McClatchy’s music blurs the lines between all styles of American music. Rock, folk and country are all touchstones of his song writing. McClatchy and his band have worked nationally with acts as varied as Steve Earle, John Hiatt, Foster & Lloyd, The BoDeans and Little Steven.

Scott McClatchy will soon release his 5th CD, “Six Of One” where along with his long-time band, he brings in some old friends like Tommy Womack, Scott Kempner and Eric Ambel.

Scott McClatchy: “Take A Walk With Me” video:

"Peeks" Pammie Cobaugh

“Peeks” Pammie Cobaugh, is an 18 year old singer and songwriter from Havertown. Her style ranges from country, pop, alternative, and soul.

Vincent James

Vincent James, recording artist/composer/author, is passionate about the importance of music education. While busy with his own career, he launched the Keep Music Alive non-profit organization and two international music holidays:  Teach Music Week (March) and Kids Music Day (October).  Keep Music Alive now partners with over 1,000 music schools and organizations, music stores and other institutions that share his music education mission. They offer free lessons to new students and special events that benefit and celebrate kids playing music. Keep Music Alive also presents Musical Instrument Petting Zoo events in his hometown area, the Philadelphia region. 

James has worn many “hats” in the music industry. He launched his music career as a songwriter penning “Rock & Roll and Wrestling Connection” in the mid-80s that was made into a music video by PRISM Television starring Cyndi Lauper, Hulk Hogan and Rowdy Roddy Piper.  James later began managing local bands, worked in recording studios and eventually journeyed into the artist route releasing several recordings of his own.   Highlights included the humorous “Y2K” song that was reviewed by Billboard and seen in the media – on the nationally syndicated Jenny Jones Show and in the local Philadelphia market.  A few years later, James’ single “One More Night” aired on over 80 radio stations nationwide.  Over the next decade James wrote dozens of custom love songs for weddings, anniversaries and other special occasions through his website.

James and his wife Joann wrote the book “88+ Ways Music Can Change Your Life”, first published in June 2015, that features inspirational stories about the positive impact music has played in changing lives. It includes over 100 stories contributed by more than a dozen celebrities.   They are working on their next edition of the book.

For more information about Vincent James, visit

Chris Magee of Dreaming Thomas

Chris Magee and his band Dreaming Thomas thrive on melodic, indie pop that won’t insult your musical intelligence as you indulge in whatever form of benign escapism best accommodates your more feral needs. Because of the pandemic, Chris will play solo for you for this event. Check out news and videos of the full band at our website:

Kate Assiran

Kate Assiran is a Philadelphia Singer Songwriter passionate about opening your ears to a truly unique sound. Her songwriting is inspired by her misadventures in life. She will take you on a musical journey through the bad drinking experiences and relationships of her 20’s to navigating adulthood and family life in Suburbia.  Her songs are brutally honest, laced with sarcastic comedy. Kate’s style can be describes as Alternative Acoustic Rock with a Blues Edge. She is influenced by Classic Rock, Americana and Folk Music.

Kate has been performing since the early 2000’s. She fronted original rock bands, Katesbanned and Astronaut Jones. She has opened for Charlie Gracie, Mary Prankster and Brett Michaels. She has also played bass and sang harmonies with Philly’s local band Showin’ Tell, who played SXSW and opened The Jager Tour at The Electric Factory.

Kate Assiran is a Blind Pigeon recording artist. She has released two Cd’s, “Katesbanned, Fates Gun” and “Astronaut Jones, Moon Worthy Rock n Roll”. She also lent her original “Rockstar” to Showin Tell’s 2007 CD, “SNT”, playing bass and singing harmonies.

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