Announcing new music events in Berwick, Pa.! The premier of the Coffeehouse Series will take place on Wednesday, February 8th, 2023, with BRET ALEXANDER performing at Anomaly Craft Brewing, 135 West Front Street. Sponsored by the Berwick Arts Association, with booking and sound by The Exchange, the Coffeehouse Series will feature regional, national, and international musicians in this intimate venue at 7 p.m. on the second Wednesday of every month.
Previously known as A Perfect Blend, Anomaly Brewing has added craft beer to the same great food and same great family.
You won’t find better music or a better place to see it live!
Coming on March 8th, the Clarence Spady Band; on April 12th, Dave Keyes and friends. Later in the year, guitar gods Claude Bourbon and Brooks Williams will make their Berwick debuts — both of them based in Europe and including the Coffeehouse Series on their American tours.
Bret Alexander, based in Northeastern Pennsylvania, began his career as a studio engineer in the late 1980s. There he met the members of what would become the band The Badlees. Signed to Polydor/A&M in 1995 with Bret playing the role of principal songwriter/guitarist/multi-instrumentalist, their self-produced album “River Songs” yielded two hit singles in 1996 — “Fear of Falling” and “Angeline Is Coming Home”. Bret has toured and shared the stage with Robert Plant and Jimmy Page, Bob Seger, The Band, The Allman Brothers, Edwin McCain, Live, The Gin Blossoms, and countless others; his work has appeared on the Winter Olympic Games, MTV, The Real World, Extra, The VMAs, and various films and TV shows. As he has done for years, Bret continues to perform solo and in various other configurations, from duos to the full band. The Badlees were inducted into the Central Pennsylvania Music Hall Of Fame in July 2021 and released their latest, self-titled album in December of 2022. For more information about Bret, visit bretalexanderonline.com.