All of us at “OOT” wish you a very Merry Christmas and all the best this Holiday Season.   Yes, Season’s Greetings to you & coming up tomorrow is Christmas Eve 20111…many area locations will stay open for CHRISTMAS EVE and you can see some of our area “OOT HOT SPOTS”  in the latest OOT GUDIE  > Go to:, and what they will offer.  See  many cool discounts and things to do….  Be sure and watch them Eagles tomorrow as they take on the Dallas Cowboys. From all of us to all of you…enjoy the Up coming Holidays!

This is the season for giving, so make someone happy out there…Merry Christmas to all of our Friends and of course our family of the best Bars, Clubs and Restaurants & area Bands & DJ’s/Entertainers’ in the*  Greater Delaware Valley area!  * *(The hottest area to be on the East Coast!)

Mike Vagnoni, Publisher-Editor

Out On The Town Entertainment Guide!


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(Laugh My Ass Of So Hard I Almost Fell Off My Chair)

Trish’s Mirror

Trish buys a mirror at an antique shop, and hangs it on her bathroom door. One evening, while getting undressed, she playfully says “Mirror, mirror, on my door, make my bust-line forty four “. Instantly, there is a brilliant flash of light, and her boobs grow to enormous proportions. Excitedly, she runs to tell her boyfriend Rich what has happened, and in minutes they both return. This time Rich crosses his fingers and says: “Mirror mirror on the door, make my “manhood ” touch the floor! “. Again, there’s a bright flash, and both his legs fall off.”


Jimmy’s Christmas Wish

Dawn took her little boy Jimmy to see Santa. Once he was siting on Santa’s lap, Santa pointed his finger in the boys face, and said “Hey Jimmy, I know what you want for Christmas! A T-O-Y.”
“Nope!” replied Jimmy.
Then again, pointing his finger in the boys face. “You want C-A-N-D-Y.” “Nope!” replied Jimmy. “Then just what do you want for Christmas Jimmy”, asks Santa.
Jimmy looked Santa in the face, pointed his finger, and said, “I want W-O-M-A-N! And don’t tell me that you don’t have any, because I can smell one on your finger!”

Christmas One Liners

Q. Why are women’s breasts like a train set a kid gets at Christmas time ?
A. Because they were originally made for children, but the father wants to play with them too!

Q. What’s the difference between snow men and snow women?
A. Snowballs

Q. Did you hear about the dyslexic devil worshiper who sold his soul to Santa?

Pennypack Christmas

Ms. Janet the teacher asked young Bob Finegan: “What do you do at Christmas time Bobby?
Bob addressed the class: “Well Ms. Janet
, me and my twelve brothers and sisters go to midnight mass and we sing hymns; then we come home very late and we hang up our stockings. Then all excited, we go to bed and wait for Father Christmas to come with all our toys.
“Very nice Bobby,” she said. “Now Norman, what do you do at Christmas?”
Well, Ms. Janet, me and my sister also go to church with Mom and Dad and we sing carols and we get home ever so late. We put cookies and milk by the chimney and we hang up our stockings. We hardly sleep, waiting for Santa Claus to bring our presents.
Realizing there was a Jewish boy in the class and not wanting to leave him out of the discussion, she asked, “Now, Lonnie, what do you do at Christmas?”
Lonnie said, “Well, it’s the same thing every year. Dad comes home from the office. We all pile into the Rolls Royce; then we drive to Dad’s toy factory. When we get inside, we look at all the empty shelves and begin to sing: “What A Friend We Have in Jesus”. Then we all go to the Bahamas .”

Louie’s Conclusion

Annie is by her husband Louie’s bedside. He had been slipping in and out of a coma for several months, yet she had stayed by his bedside every single day. One day, when Louie came to, he motioned for Annie to come nearer. As she sat by him, he whispered, eyes full of tears, “You know what Annie? You have been with me all through the bad times. When I got fired, you were there to support me. When my business failed, you were there. When I got shot, you were by my side. When we lost the house, you stayed right here. When my health started failing, you were still by my side. You know what Annie?” “What dear?” Annie asked gently, smiling as her heart began to fill with warmth. ”I think you’re bad luck!!”

No Snails at Sweeney’s!

A snail goes into Sweeney’s and orders a beer.
The barman Gary says ‘Sorry we don’t serve snails’ and throws him out.
A couple of weeks later the snail goes into the bar again and says … ‘What did you do that for!’

Final Thoughts …

Ho ho ho!!

First off, MADD PROPS to Johnny Rodgers and the rest of REV for putting on a killer Christmas show at the Stadium last week! They sounded AWESOME! If you haven’t seen REV yet, put it on your list of things to do for SURE! They’re playing at Redz on Jan 7th – stop on out!

Another band that tore it up at the Stadium the week before was Dino and the Missiles. I hate to pick out faves, and I’m sorry if this offends anyone (not really – haha!), but Dino is definitely the BEST frontman out there and I don’t think anyone from any other band would disagree! His energy is amazing! Dino was on hiatus for a little while, but he’s back and better than ever. Check him out too! Lately he’s been seen at several of Aj Slick’s shows, so if he’s not doing one of his own, maybe you’ll catch him there!

Speaking of bands … Yo bands! Louis is back from Vegas, so if you need any killer band banners made, or your vehicle lettered, Lou is here to do it! He’s BACK!! Shoot me an email or look him up at to get yours. He may even be working on magnets soon too!

Finally, MADD PROPS to Rauchuts (Kate) and Mike McCullough for keeping live music alive! Every Sunday night, Mike hosts an open mic event at Rauchuts on Frankford ave. and I don’t know how he does it, but he manages to get some of the best acoustic players and singers to show up week after week. You never know who is going to show up, but you know it’s going to be fun and a great time!

That’s it!
Have an AWESOME New Years gang, and be careful! I need to keep y’all around, and OOT isn’t delivered to the pokey! Haha!
Keep em comin –

Have FUN!

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to_the_maxHailing from Haddonfield , New Jersey , Ease Your Mind Entertainment produces the most fun and energetic dance band in the area.  Voted #1 Best Live Band in South Jersey by the Courier Post for the Reader’s Choice award and voted Delaware ’s Best Live Band by DelawareBlack.Com.
“To The Max” performs  for Weddings, Corporate Events, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Private Parties, Jazz Festivals, Night clubs, Casino, as well as for Hotels, Convention Centers.

“To The Max” consults with Brides and clients specializing in facilitating their thoughts and ideas to produce a magical evening for all to share..

What makes this dance band unique is their amazing ability to transfer pure energy from the stage to the dance floor, an experience that can be felt at all their live performances.  This Band’s versatility is also a unique characteristic by performing in different musical components going from 2 to a 10 piece orchestra. “To The Max” performs a wide range of music from the 50’s to the present in styles such as R&B, Rock, Jazz, Swing, Big Band, Pop, 70’s funk and much much more…
To see “TO THE MAX” perform live, our scheduled performances include every 3rd Thursday at Basil’s in the Sheraton in Wilmington Del, 422 Delaware Ave 19801 from 8pm til 11pm, Parx Casino 2999 Street rd, Bensalem Pa. on Saturday Jan 21st and March 24th from 5pm til 7:40pm..
Delaware Park and Casino 777 Delaware Park blvd, Wilmington Del. 19804 on Dec 23rd from 9pm til 1am..also look for “TO THE MAX” at
Cafe Madison  in Riverside Nj 33 Lafayette St..
“To The Max” has been together for 10 years..
Members include, John G. Coley (CEO /Band Leader and Drummer), Vaneisa (Event Coordinator & Lead Female Vocalist), Roy Richardson Jr.( Sax & Flute, Lead Vocal), Andre Webster( Music Director & Bassist), Jeff Knoettner( Pianist), Phoenix Morgan (Guitarist/Vocals), Harold Watkins(Trombone) and Terrence Brown( Saxophonist).  “To The Max’s” sound is professional mastered by Bill Craig and Andrew Amorello.  They have all traveled abroad performing around the world, and have performed for President Bill Clinton, Vice President  Al Gore. Members of this band have performed with national artists such as the Trammps, Gerald Albright, Odean Pope, Grover Washington, Bebe Winans, Harold Melvin, Sister Sledge, Lou Rawls, Ray, Goodman and Brown just to name a few…
“To The Max” can be contacted on Facebook via connecting with John G. Coley,’ and their website at
If you need Live entertainment for any event at all please contact us, also at 215-783-8330

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Tony Bruno is a professional DJ influencing Philadelphia Dance music. Tony started spinning records in 1979. He has been a resident DJ for 30 years in over 35 nightclubs and venues such as Pulsations, Popcorns, Flannigan’s, Mardi Gras, Touché, River Deck and Deco just to name a few. Tony’s mark has left a vinyl imprint on dance clubbers through generations. Influenced by legendary club DJ’s such as Frankie WHO Sestito from Second Story, and Michael Gormely from Library and Ciao. Today Tony is the resident DJ at Chickie’s & Pete’s South Philly and is also the music director for the company. He has also expanded his influence in the Philadelphia music scene now promoting concerts at area clubs most recently The Denine & Lisette Melendez  along with Judy Torres concert at Play2 in South Philly drawing a crowd of over 500 people. Tony has also appeared in concert with legendary dance artist like Stevie B, Amber, Little Suzy, Crystal Waters, TKA and Sugar Hill Gang. Tony’s music now reaches the entire planet with his internet radio show on every Saturday night at 2AM. He can also be heard on his Podcast at where you can download his latest mixes for free. Without a doubt Tony has been and still is one of the best DJ’s to ever grace the turntables in Philadelphia, and pounds the dance floor with today’s hottest dance music.

Three ways to listen to Tony’s music and download his mixes for free go to the following web sites!

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199862_1601725172807_1526406067_31237203_4474844_nSean & Tina Harrigan opened up Harrigan’s Pub and Restaurant with dreams of making thier spot a favorite amongst their neighbors and beyond.They re-modeled, re-vamped, and took over their part of town, in Warminster PA, right in the Rosemore Shopping Center, and made it a place where everyone wanted to be. With friendly staff, fun events, great entertainment, home-cooked food and great drink and food specials-no wonder they are celebrating their 5th anniversary with all of you-because you are now their favorite kind of people too-and you are the reason why Harrigan’s has been successful!
So in honor of all their patrons, friends, and family-a celebration is taking place on Thursday, Dec.29th, it’s “The Night Harrigan’s Gives Back To You!” That’s right it is gonna be one hell of a good time, with mind blowing drink specials, prizes and give-a-ways! DJ music and lots of photos will be displayed,taking you down memory lane-in honor of 5 years of nothing but good times!
But at Harrigan’s you will find that everyday is your lucky day! For instance from Monday thru Friday, from 4-6, you get 1/2 price appetizers. Buffalo Wings, Broccoli Bites, Jalapeno Poppers, Chicken Fingers and so much more. You can enjoy a great meal there anytime, with their super priced lunch and dinner specials it will fit everyone’s budget and fill your bellies too. All their food is home-cooked, fresh and you can order everything from Soup and Salad to Pizzas and Hoagies to Full course Dinners. The kitchen is open from 11am until 1 am everyday! And you can always count on some great drink specials there too.
199862_1601725172807_1526406067_31237203_4474844_nOn Monday nights its Beer Blowout with $1.00 Domestic Beer and $2.00 Imports, and if have a craving for wings-you can get them for just 30 cents a piece. Every Tuesday take to the stage with DJ John for karaoke nite and gulp down $2.00 Miller Lite Pints from 9-11pm. Thursdays its Ian & Diggy DJ music and $9.99 All-You-Can-Eat Mussels and $3.00 Bombs (10pm-12midnite) and Friday is Happy Hour Live Acoustic from 5-8pm followed by DJ Chris Evans. Saturday nights are big-with some of the best bands from the area. And if you like all of this then you will have to start your new year off right by joining Harrigan’s staff and patrons for their big New Years Eve Party! For just $50 a person or $90 a couple, you get top shelf open bar, full buffet, party favors, dj music, champagne toast and continental breakfast. You can get tickets in advance or at the door. The event is from 9pm until 1:30am!
A big shout out to Harrigan’s from OOT-wishing them many more years of success! For more info check out their page on facebook or call (215) 674-3377.

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spotlightBy: Krista Doran

Just over 2 years ago, lead Vocalist and Keyboard player Rob Stillman decided to start a band that would focus on playing only the greatest songs from the 70’s.  He called his long time friend and bass player, Bobby Garrett and together they put a list together of the songs they always wanted to perform.  Because there are not many bands that focus solely on this musical era, the other members gladly joined along as soon as they were approached.  This band has been bringing the party to local venues ever since.
I spoke to Guitarist and friend, Amedeo DiCarlo who explained “we truly enjoy everything that we play and we get the most enjoyment out of watching everyone else have a great time. The crazier they get, the better the evening goes!”  I went to see them live last week at The Temperance House in Newtown and from start to finish the place was up dancing to every song.  Their shows are not only about playing great live music, it’s all about entertainment too.  They are very theatrical, doing much more than just standing there playing songs.  Amedeo told me, “We make our shows come alive.  The clothing and costumes are thought through, the sound clips are poignant and the characterizations are used to add depth to the visual aspect of each song’s performance.  We’ve had comments that we look like we are just having the time of our lives – that’s because we are!”

You get to see a lot of crazy things at a 70’s Again performance such as games, costumes, bar and table walking, dry ice, etc. The band takes great care in executing the songs as they were recorded. The guitar and keyboards sounds are chosen carefully to reproduce as much authenticity as is possible. Also, this band is  non-stop from the time they start until the doors close. They are really about entertaining, providing quality music and making sure everyone has a great time.

The 70’s Again band gives you a reason to go out to patronize the venues they play. “Time and money are scarce these days. We want to make certain that when people spend them with us they have seen and heard something that was worth both,” says Amedeo.  “We take our music and performances very seriously even though we are pretty loose on stage. It may appear we’re just throwing it together and hoping all the nonsense keeps you entertained, but great thought goes into making it an evening you’ll remember. It’s a new experience at every gig.”

The music of the 70’s was always some of my personal favorite.  It had so much more meaning and depth than the new music you hear today.  Music in that era meant something.  70’s Again captures the essence of all that great music and meaning and puts it all into a capsule of 4 hours of pure fun.  They cover all the great bands like Boston. Foreigner, Styx, Rush, Bad Company, Elton John, The Stones, Kiss, Steely Dan, The Bee Gees, Supertramp and many others. They also pay close attention to the audience and what they want and will even through in some R&B or Disco.

You can see 70’s Again at some great local venues such as The Temperance House in Newtown, Flukes Restaurant & Pub in NE Philly, Peppers in King of Prussia, the Whitpain Tavern in Blue Bell and every First Friday they play at Bocco in North Wales.  You can see their full schedule at www.the70’ or on Facebook.  They are available to play bars, clubs, private parties and corporate events. 70’s Again is Robert (Stilly) Stillman – Lead Vocals, Keyboards, Guitar; Joe Beckett – Lead Vocals, Keyboards, Guitar; Am DiCarlo – Guitar, Guitar Synths, Vocals; Gary Sauer – Drums, Lead Vocals; Bobby Garrett – Bass, Vocals and Harry Stevenson – Sax, Vocals.  Be sure to check them out!

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