Wednesday Jul 12th, 2023 @ 07:00 PM

Brittany Ann Tranbaugh, Rebecca Loebe & Joh Chase

Ticket Price: $20.50, advance; $25.50, day of show


Sometimes the stars align, and that is what we have for this evening. Three stellar young songwriters with combined talent and accolades to fill a book – better yet, your ears. We could only get them on a weekday evening this summer – don’t miss your chance to take in their music on this rare appearance.

Brittany Ann Tranbaugh (pronounced TRAN-baw) is a Philadelphia-based musician whose queer Americana heartbreaker “Kiss You” won Song of the Year in the 2021 John Lennon Songwriting Contest. Tranbaugh has been writing songs and playing shows as a side gig since she was a teenager, but in February 2023, at 31 years old, she finally quit her office job to pursue a full-time career in music. Her new EP Comets, produced by Grammy-winner Tyler Chester, will be released this fall.

Rebecca Loebe is a songwriter on a mission to create musical experiences that bring people together and help them feel their damn feelings.

“Rebecca Loebe is a woman at the height of her powers.” 
                  -Kathy Mattea, NPR’s Mountain Stage

“Mixing resilience, empowerment, and just a bit of pissed-off punch.” 
                                                   -Rolling Stone Country

 Seattle born, Joh Chase, is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.  Having toured several times nationally and regionally since 2006, Joh Chase is a seasoned veteran to the indie and grass roots music scene on the West Coast.  Opening for Noah GundersenAaron Sprinkle, Barcelona, David Bazan, and Robert DeLong to name a few, Joh’s earlier folk/rock song writing came from their Northwest roots.  Their career beginnings have led them to play in notable venues across the country as well as collaborating with artists like Huit Kilos (Ricardo Lemvo), Joey Ryan (Milk Carton Kids), Robert DeLong (Glassnote Records), Scott Gates, Damon Turner (Trap Heals) and Z the Band (Nas).  
     Joh has independently funded several full length records and various tours since the early 2000s through online outlets, such as  In 2019 Joh’s fans financed a full length record which is slated to be released soon.

Martin Guitar
Working Dog Press
Pennsylvania Council of the Arts