Blues With A Bite

By on February 25, 2015

Lycanthropic musician next in Coffee House Series


The Eicher Arts Center will host a creative blend of folk rock, Americana and blues as part of the second performance of its Coffee House Series this Saturday, Feb. 28, at 7 p.m.

This new series to Ephrata showcases exceptional singer/songwriters from the region, performing original music in an intimate and beautiful setting.

The event spotlights lycanthrope Phillip Nathaniel Freeman, who claims to have bitten by a werewolf in 2006. Upon hearing his music, one is more likely to conclude that he was instead bitten by a grizzled Delta blues man.

Phil is the creative force behind The Lone Wolf Project, as well as lead singer for the rock band Small Town Titans. His music is folk rock, with strong vocals and influences as varied as blues, country, and even rap. It centers on themes of faith, love, hypocrisy and longing with a thoughtfulness and insight that belie his 26 years.

The ticket price of $8 ($6 for Eicher members) will include a coffee & tea bar compliments of Javateas Gourmet Coffee café, other beverages; as well as a Sweet Table sponsored by Intermezzo by Stephanie.

The historic Eicher Arts Center is located at 409 Cocalico Street, in Ephrata’s Tom Grater Park. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. BYOB welcome for those over 21. Seating is limited. For ticketing, call 738-4442 or e-mail

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