James Pace to Play Sellersville Theater

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James Pace/Image courtesy of Doug Deutsch Publicity Services



Get ready to rock, Sellersville! Philadelphia-based blues-rock band the James Pace Band. Fresh off a recording session for his upcoming new release Sierra Madre Sessions in Los Angeles, California, Pace will be celebrating his return to the Sellersville Theater at 24 West Temple Avenue, by performing live there on Sunday, November 13, 2022.

The special musical guest will be Brother Starling. The show starts at 8:00 p.m. Doors open at 7:30 p.m.

The James Pace Band 

According to the act’s official website, the group was “[b]orn on the Asbury Park circuit [and] reinvigorated in the City of Angels with the City of B-love in between.” For those who have yet to attend a show, the band’s tuneful trademark is “[o]riginal music that focuses on the sounds of 1968 [through 19]75.” Their signature sound is inspired by such other acts as “[Jimi] Hendrix, Cream, [The] Brothers Johnson, Jame Brown” and more.

The live band, led by Pace on guitar and vocals, includes Dave Filiaggi on bass, Jesse Petas on drums and percussion, Mike Macartney on organ and keys, and Donnia Holden and Masha Smith on vocals. Their special musical guest for this event is the Philadelphia quintet, Brother Starling.  

Brother Starling

Image courtesy of Brother Starling

According to their website, the act features Geremiah Giampa on vocals and guitar, Tom Mellon on drums and vocals, Brian Fin on bass, Mike Rusch on guitar, and Joe Ryan on keyboards, guitar, and vocals. Their signature sound draws on “rock and roll’s past and American roots music.” Their signature sound is influenced by such acts as The Band, Dawes, Fleetwood Mac, and Neil Young.

James Pace/Photo by Ron Adelberg

Pace is planning on releasing his new, full-length album, Sierra Madre Sessions, sometime this fall. At present, however, he is focused on this show.  He briefly discussed the concert and his return to Sellersville. In a recent e-communique, he sent a special message to his fans and friends in Pennsylvania.

He said: “[I’m] excited to see all of you blues music lovers and guitar dreamers out there at the Sellersville Theater this Sunday Night November 13th. Bring your warmth, bring your smile, as we transcend to new limits this weekend!”

Ticket prices are $19.50 – $29.50. For further information call the theater at (215) 257-5808 or visit the event website.