November 5, 2015 · 5:00pm

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Tellus360 is celebrating its 5th anniversary, and you’re invited to our party. We’ve got live music, food, beer, and lots of other fun.

We’ll kick the evening off at 5 with a special live, two-hour Thursday  night edition of our Friday Live Lancaster radio show. Joe and Laura will have all sorts of musical guests as well as others from the local arts and culture community.

Then we’ll have music from Corty Byron Band as well as Tractor Jerry and The Mud Bucket.

Join us for this and more surprises!

Corty Byron Band

Corty Byron

At 28 years old, guitarist/vocalist/songwriter Corty Byron has been active as a musician for over a decade. He released two solo projects (2011‘s Histrionic EP & 2010‘s Endless North), opened for/performed with artists like Gregg Allman, The Doobie Brothers, Dave Mason, Bruce Hornsby, The Gin Blossoms, Blackberry Smoke, Hot Tuna, Jimmy Vivino…. and has become a fixture of his hometown Central Pennsylvania music scene, as well as being a seasoned road hound, gigging his way from Manhattan to Memphis, Austin to Vegas and all points in between. In late 2011 Corty relocated to Venice, CA, and spent the following year performing up and down the coast and across the state, including venues such as The Viper Room, House Of Blues and Saint Rocke. His style has shifted from swampy vintage rock and soulful acoustic based Americana to song driven psychedelic indie pop/rock.


Tractor Jerry and The Mud Bucket


Tractor Jerry and the Mud Bucket is a return to a past era marked by bluegrass festivals and camp sites scattered up and down the east coast. A flat picking guitar player placed a frustrated banjo into the hands of his son with a prediction that once youth and rock music ran it’s course, the roots of traditional old time music would emerge. The father didn’t know that the travel through alternative rock would color and shape the sound and add some raw grit and punch to what is a now hybrid. Fascinated by the instrumentation of traditional music and troubled by an often shallow depth of lyric, the Mud Bucket sets out in this Freshman effort to muddle alt country and new grass. Most importantly, as can be derived from the name, Tractor Jerry and the Mud Bucket aims to have fun in this musical experiment and not take things too seriously and make music worthy of the stage and the porch.