This weekend at The Royal: Anthony Wexler + Bellevue + Tall Bones; Paul Saint John & The Nighthawks

Friday, November 25 from 8:00 – 11:00pm:
Anthony Wexler + Bellevue + Tall Bones

Anthony Wexler, a singer/songwriter from Philadelphia, will be joined this Friday by Tall Bones and Bellevue.

Tall Bones is a Bucks County/Philadelphia trio comprised of Ryan Balkonis on guitar, keys and vocals, Robert Wexler on bass, and Nicholas Kearns on drums and percussion. Their music is a mixture of indie pop, synth wave, funk, pop and R&B.

Bucks County-based Bellevue has been most influenced by Midwest emo and punk groups such as Tiny Moving Parts, Knuckle Puck, Sum 41, and Blink-182. The band is comprised of Rony Berreondo on guitar and vocals, Richard Torrey on bass and lead vocals, and David Berreondo on drums.

For tickets to the event, you can click here. For more on Anthony Wexler, you can check out his Spotify tracks and read this article by A&R Factory.

Saturday, November 19 from 8:00 – 11:00pm:
Paul Saint John & The Nighthawks

Paul Saint John & The Nighthawks are a four-piece folk rock band with two EPs, a debut album, and six singles to their name. Formed in 2020, they were recently featured by NPR and WXPN and played the 2022 Philadelphia Folk Festival.

For tickets to the event, you can click here. For more on Paul Saint John & The Nighthawks, you can check out their Facebook page.

BYOB Policy:

The Ways Restaurant & Brewery will be selling beer both evenings. No outside beer will be permitted at the event, and BYO-Wine is allowed with a $10 corkage fee.


Guests of The Royal are permitted to park in the lot behind St. Paul’s Lutheran Church off of Mt. Carmel Avenue. At-your-own risk parking is available at the Glenside Train Station. Street parking is also available.

The Royal Music & Arts Center:

The Royal, soon to be The Royal Music & Arts Center (RMAC) has raised $2,217.12 toward its $25,000 goal. For more information on The Royal’s non-profit transition and fund drive, you can click here.

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