Live Music Rides Again At Philadelphia’s Famous Boot & Saddle

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Songs that lend a voice to the equestrian world in a way only music can.

Boot & Saddle Stage Banner

Once upon a time in Philadelphia there was one, and only one, country and western bar. That bar featured a tin-ceiling, hardwood floors, folk-art cowboy murals and appropriately went by the very equestrian name, Boot & Saddle. But in 1995 it appeared that the old Boot & Saddle had seen its last ride when the iconic landmark closed its doors seemingly forever.

Now, thanks to a partnership between Sean Agnew’s R5 productions, New York City’s The Bowery Presents and FCM’s Mark Fichera and Avram Hornik, good times and live music ride again at the famous Boot & Saddle. Since last fall, concertgoers have been treated to the most exciting live music from local and national artists across all genres (yes, even country) in the restored 150-person capacity venue.

And the music sounds amazing! This is in part because Boot & Saddle is one of the only small-sized venues in the United States to boast a critically acclaimed sound system.

Rachael Yamagata at Boot & Saddle in Philadelphia

And also in part because those rocking the new Boot & Saddle so far include Rachael Yamagata, The Donkeys, Bear Hands, Ivan & Alyosha and recently 100% Sound featured artist, Black Horse Motel. Get to know Black Horse Motel here: Five Reasons Why Black Horse Motel Is Music For And From Find People.

Okay, all you equestrians in the Philadelphia area, now you know the perfect place to get your horse and music fix for the evening in Philly. So go check it out already! You can learn more about Boot & Saddle, and plan your visit, but jumping over to their website of Facebook page:

Website: Boot & Saddle
Facebook: Boot& Saddle

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