A pair of 30-minute concerts by Mark Bernstein and Blind Lemming Chiffon. Mark Bernstein is known for his tongue-twisting tales. Blind Lemming Chiffon is known for his wry sense of humor and his instrumental prowess. Be prepared to be amused and entertained!
Sara Henya is a singer-songwriter and harpist based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her music can best be described as fantasy pop, combining the fun of pop music and the ethereal sound of the harp. Sara incorporates imaginative, fairy-like visuals that allow her audience to feel completely immersed in her colorful fantasy world. Though passionate, she never… Continue reading Concert: Sara Henya
Mary Mulholland and her husband Matt Leger are talented musicians and songwriters hailing from the Atlanta area. Mary is a songbird. Matt copes with the mundanity of existence and his own attention-deficit disorder by writing songs, alternately funny (he hopes) and serious (the sad outcome of early exposure to the oeuvres of Barry Manilow, Neil… Continue reading Concert: Matt Leger and Mary Mulholland
DisCon III is pleased to provide the occasion for Chris Weber’s first filk concert for a convention in many years. Long a fixture of the West Coast filk scene, Chris has written and performed songs inspired by the fiction of Gordon R. Dickson, Philip Jose Farmer, Tim Powers, and others.
Carla Ulbrich and Joe Giacoio are married singer songwriters. Carla Ulbrich is a comical singer-songwriter and guitarist whose biggest musical influences were Sesame Street, camp songs, and cat food commercials. She has a love of the absurdities of ordinary life, a somewhat twisted viewpoint, and a way with words. Joe Giacoio has won a number… Continue reading Concert: Carla Ulbrich and Joe Giacoio
For 30 years the DC-area band KIVA has been entertaining and enthralling audiences with their percussive, acoustic, worldbeat ensemble, celebrating the magic of nature and ancient bardic traditions with music that opens the heart and heals the spirit. The band combines strong vocal harmonies with rich and diverse acoustic and electric instrumentation, performing originals, traditionals,… Continue reading Concert: KIVA
“Weird Al” with more books, Jonathan Coulton with more jokes, Carlin with more Cthulhu. Since 1985, Tom Smith has been breaking hearts, minds, and laws of propriety and physics with his insane blend of sf/fantasy, life with computers, pop culture, politics, and puns. More than 20 albums later, he maintains the best is yet to… Continue reading Concert: Tom Smith
These magical masters of musical hijinks and mayhem will wizard rock the tea towel right off your house elf! Their unique blend of 80s new wave, 50s do-wop, straight up pop rock, and old-timey sing-songy comedy will leave you laughing and crying for more. They draw inspiration from the Harry Potter series, Doctor Who, the… Continue reading Concert: Blibbering Humdingers
Devo Spice is a nerdy comedy rapper from New Jersey who has been called “the red-headed stepson of ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic and Eminem.” Over funky beats with crisp, clear vocals, Devo raps about technology, Doctor Who, life’s daily frustrations, and even ridiculous suggestions sent in by his fans. His synchronized video just adds to the… Continue reading Concert: Devo Spice
Pegasus-Award-winning wife-and-husband team T.J. and Mitchell Burnside Clapp perform filk. Songs range from funny to heartfelt.