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Welcome to BOTTLE WORKS

The BOTTLE WORKS is a dynamic arts organization operating two cultural centers on Third Avenue in the historic cultural district of Cambria City. With two amazing community facilities, BOTTLE WORKS is proud to be Johnstown’s art mecca where artists can exhibit, create, teach and sell; musicians can perform; and visitors can explore, learn and ENJOY!

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This Saturday mark your calendars! Get your tickets in advance and save. The concert is BYOB. Great musician - don't miss it! ... See MoreSee Less

Christopher Mark Jones’ early musical itinerary included busking in Paris, the English folk club circuit, tours of Denmark and Holland, the Bristol and Rotterdam festivals, BBC and Capitol radio appearances in London, electric clubs in Boston and showcase clubs, house concerts and coffeehouses throughout the Eastern U.S. His 1978 album for Transatlantic No More Range to Roam was released in five countries and distributed in the U.S. by Rounder. After forays into rock, jazz and swing, and time off to raise two sons, 2010’s Heartland Variations marked a return to the soulful country and blues-inflected Americana narratives of the first recording. The dozen new songs of Suburban 2-Step were released in April of 2012 and found favor with folk DJs both nationally and internationally. His fourth album, Atlantica, was released in the Spring of of 2014 and reflects an expanded narrative palette including both urban and international themes. christophermarkjones.com/ Local singer/songer writer Denise Baldwin will open. Tickets: $10 in advance, $12 at the door, Members get $2 off. Stop by the ArtWorks Building of BOTTLE WORKS to get tickets.

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Christopher Mark Jones & The Roots Ensemble (Mark Perna, Mark We

October 1, 2016, 7:00pm

Bottle Works Ethnic Arts Center

Christopher Mark Jones’ early musical itinerary included busking in Paris, the English folk club circuit, tours of Denmark and Holland, the Bristol and Rotterdam festivals, BBC and Capitol radio appearances in London, electric clubs in Boston and showcase clubs, house concerts and coffeehouses throughout the Eastern U.S. His 1978 album for Transatlantic No More Range to Roam was released in five countries and distributed in the U.S. by Rounder. After forays into rock, jazz and swing, and time off to raise two sons, 2010’s Heartland Variations marked a return to the soulful country and blues-inflected Americana narratives of the first recording. The dozen new songs of Suburban 2-Step were released in April of 2012 and found favor with folk DJs both nationally and internationally. His fourth album, Atlantica, was released in the Spring of of 2014 and reflects an expanded narrative palette including both urban and international themes. christophermarkjones.com/ Local singer/songer writer Denise Baldwin will open. Tickets: $10 in advance, $12 at the door, Members get $2 off. Stop by the ArtWorks Building of BOTTLE WORKS to get tickets.

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