Celebrate the sound of a neighborhood with For the Love of Germantown
Bethlehem and Sad Patrick | photo by John Vettese for WXPN

On Sunday, October 30th, Germantown will be the center of attention thanks to a new collaborative album recorded in its honor. For the last year, the Philadelphia Jazz Project and Germantown United Community Development Corporation have been working with local musicians to create a sort of musical love letter to their neighborhood called For the Love of Germantown, featuring a collection of original songs and standards performed by over a dozen artists.

With contributions from Bethlehem and Sad Patrick, Melange Jazz Collective, Karen Smith, and more, the record highlights the best of Germantown’s music scene while benefitting the organizations that help to keep the community growing.

The album release party and concert will take place at Rittenhouse Soundworks this Sunday, October 30th. Tickets and information can be found here; watch Bethlehem and Sad Patrick’s performance of “Rise” at their recent Key Studio Session below.

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