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The Waywoods

The Coordinators, Greg McGarvey

Saturday, July 06, 2024
Doors: 6pm | Show: 8pm
$15 advance | $18 day of show


  • This is a ticketed event. Everyone must have a ticket for entry.
  • You must make a table reservation in addition to your ticket purchase to guarantee seating. Without a reservation, seating will be first-come, first-served if available. There is standing room by the bar area.
  • The Lounge is a full-service restaurant – our full food & drink menu is available when doors open.
  • If you require accessible seating, please contact us at or 215-222-1400 prior to the show so we can best accommodate your needs.
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  • World Cafe Live is a nonprofit independent venue where artistry meets social impact. Every purchase helps support our music education & community programs.
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Greg McGarvey is a singer, songwriter, guitarist, and visual artist. He performs both solo and with a rotating cast of friends as Greg McGarvey Band. His music, which ranges from acoustic ballads to semi-improvisational rock & roll, chronicles his dreams and experiences, from the tragic to the ecstatic.
The Waywoods are an indie rock band from Philadelphia, PA. Fronted by Pete Hill and joined by Dan Beaver, Nate Matulis and Jarrod Pedone, they self-released their debut LP, A Ghost River Companion, in early 2021. With a sound that is equal parts indie rock / folk pop / and alt-americana, their notable influences include Neil Young, Pavement, Elliott Smith, The Band, and David Bazan. Their brand new full length album "Is Anyone Listening?" was just released in April 2024.
The Coordinators are Robert Pino and Tim W. Smith, lifelong best friends living and recording from home in Philly. On their new EP "Yeah, Well...", they try their hand at fuzzed out garage rock with jazzy harmony and buzzy synths. As BuffaBlog writes, "fans of the Strokes and Arctic Monkeys would find a lot to enjoy here not just for the similarities but some of the risks an up and coming band is willing to take".