No More Y-100 TNMC at Grape Street

Not that I’d been there on a Tuesday night in a while, but Grape Street will no longer host the Y-100 Tuesday Night Music Club. This news came to me in an email from Dan Fein. I have no idea how I got on his list.

February 17, 2005

Dear valued member of the Philadelphia local music community,

I wanted to inform you that February 22, 2005 will mark the last Y100
Tuesday Night Music Club at Grape Street Philadelphia. We are
currently looking for a new home to continue the Y100 TNMC?s six-year
tradition of supporting the best live, original music in the
Philadelphia area.

While informing you of the TNMC changes, I wanted to take this
opportunity to thank you for supporting the night through playing it,
attending it or both. It?s been a long journey from our beginnings at
Brownies 23 East to our move to 105 Grape and finally to 4100 Main
Street. I hope you?ll continue the journey with us to our new home
where I plan on making the Y100 Tuesday Night Music Club bigger, better
and even more beneficial for the local music community. I?ll be sure
to inform you of our new home as soon as we confirm all of the
details. I?m confident that we?ll have an announcement in the next few

We?re extremely proud of playing local artists like G. Love,
Silvertide, The Starting Line, Burning Brides, La Guardia, ike and The
Roots in regular rotation. I?m sure we?ll be adding more names to this
in the near future. Also, get ready for some contests and promotions
that will involve unsigned original bands in the near future.

Y100 supports local music seven days a week. We feature a track from
one of the area?s best original bands every weeknight at 11 in the
Philly File, hosted by Y100?s Electra. On Sunday nights at 9 I host
two hours of new and local music during Y Not.

If you need to contact me, feel free to do so via email or phone.

Dan Fein ? Y100

There’s no time for “Thanks” or “Sincerely” in Dan Fein’s world. Only time for “Rock.”