Oct 27 - Hill Tavern, Feasterville - full band 7pm
Nov 3 - Cafe Michelangelo - Joe/John duo 9pm
Nov. 9 - Town and Country - full band 9pm
Nov. 10 - Johnny Apples - Joe solo 8pm
Nov. 16 - Havana - full band w/horns 8pm
Nov 24 - Private wedding
Nov. 30 - Thyme - full band 9pm
Dec. 7 - Villa Capri - Doylestown Joe/John duo 8pm
Dec. 8 - Katie O'Donnell's - full band w/horns 9pm
Dec14 - Ralphie's - full band 8pm
Dec. 15 - Sycamore Grill - Joe/Marc duo 8pm
Dec. 21 - Thyme - full band 9pm
Dec. 22 - Cafe Madison - Joe solo 7pm
Joe Plush - Vocals, acoustic & electric guitar, keyboards, flute, harmonica - Joe has been performing for over 40 years, in various cover, original, and wedding bands. In addition to being the Plush bandleader, he performs solo in area nightspots.
Mark Amentt - Bass, Vocals- Mark brings a soulful spark to the band's sound, and keeps things real. When not performing with Plush, he plays with various jazz and pop groups, such as the Lindsey McKay Band.
Marc Morgandale - Drums, percussion, Vocals - Marc's steady beat keeps the dance floor packed all night long. You may have also seen him in More Than This and Cracklin' Diamond, a Neil Diamond tribute band.
John Attiani - Guitars, vocals - John is our newest member, and has fit in perfectly. In addition to Plush, he is the leader of Rattle Snake Drive, a rock and blues band playing the local watering holes.
Plus! The Plush Plus horn section for special occasions - Sal Lombardo, Sr. on
tenor, alto and soprano sax, and Dave Ermold on Trumpet.
Plush has been playing the Philly area for almost 20 years now. Throughout, they've built an incredibly extensive repertoire of songs from the 50's to today. Comfortable with any genre, they have the most fun playing the classic rock songs they grew up with. By utilizing a variety of instruments, they can explore a wide range of artists, in addition to the usual suspects. See the list under Songlist on the menu bar.
Some of the rooms Plush currently plays are Parx Casino, Katie O'Donnell's and Cafe Michelangelo in Philly, Black Horse tavern in Newtown and Jerzee's in Glenside.