Local and Legend Music Festival

The 2014 Local & Legend Music Festival

Featuring:  Bernie Worrell & the Bernie Worrell Orchestra

Fresh off their Summer Tour and the release of the all-new album, Prequel. The Bernie Worrell Orchestra performs songs from this album, their previous debut album "BWO is Landing," and also songs from Bernie's vast repertoire. The enthusiastic response from fellow musicians means you just don't know who will show up to join the BWO on stage!!!!

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Bernie Worrell

Bernie Worrell was a child prodigy who began studying piano at the tender age of three, performed his first Classical Concert at age four, wrote his first concerto at age eight, and performed with the Washington Symphony Orchestra at ten. 

Simply stated, Bernie Worrell is a Master Keyboardist, a founding member of original Parliament/Funkadelic and keyboard wizard whose liquid lines deftly steered P-Funk straight to the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame.

In the past year, Bernie released three albums. In February, he dropped his first solo piano platter, "Elevation (The Upper Air)" via the M.O.D. Technologies label. "Melodestra (Gotta Groove Records)", a 12" vinyl EP of songs performed on the melodica, a hybrid of a wind instrument and keyboard.  And, in addition to touring with his hot new group the Bernie Worrell Orchestra, the maestro also tracked their second album, "Prequel". That's more work than most younger men can muster, let alone one who has been playing, producing and world-touring for most of his seven decades.

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Nona Hendryx

From her beginnings with Patti LaBelle & The Bluebelles (the sweethearts of The Apollo Theater); to LaBelle (a trio made up of Patti LaBelle and Sarah Dash) — the groundbreaking rock funk band of the 70s; followed by a stunning solo career; and then inducted into The Rhythm & Blues Foundations’ Hall of Fame in 1999, Nona Hendryx has always been on the cutting edge of music.  

Her songs are edgy, provocative, political and full of double entendres and empowering messages that enabled the trio to break the traditional girl group mold. Their stage show was the forerunner of the epic productions we expect today and they were the only contemporary black group to take their ‘Wear Something Silver’ show to New York’s prestigious Metropolitan Opera House and to major theatres and Opera Houses across the world. Labelle racked up three gold albums and a number 1 worldwide hit with, "Lady Marmalade (Voulez Vous Coucher Avec Moi Ce Soir?)."

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Steve Kimock

A master of improvisation, Steve Kimock has been inspiring music fans with his transcendent guitar speak, voiced through electric, acoustic, lap and pedal steel guitars. While one can say that his genre is rock, no one niche has ever confined him. Instead, through the years, he’s explored various sounds and styles based on what’s moved him at the time, whether it’s blues or jazz; funk or folk; psychedelic or boogie; gypsy or prog-rock; traditional American or world fusion.

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Camille Armstrong

Camille attended NYC's "FAME" High School where she studied Vocal music and picked up "Stepping" along the way.  There, she sang back-up for artists like Morgan Heritage and Natalie Cole.   Camille has coordinated/choreographed for 'Miss Talented Teen Pageants' in the local community, getting support from the community so that contestants payed for little or nothing and could focus on the artistic and not the financial aspect of the Pageants. 

Camille currently works all over the U.S. as front woman for SoulRagga and bands like Steve Kimock/Bernie Worrell and Friends, The Bernie Worrell Orchestra and The Motet, locally as a Movement Instructor in the Drama division and a choreographer at Pennsylvania Youth Theater--where she founded and directed Body Percussion company BodyMusic and Hip-Hop and Rhythms company BOUNCE!, a consultant and performing/teaching artist at public/private & dance schools, colleges, step teams, marching bands and dance and percussion troupes, the list goes on.


Damian Calcagne Band
Mike Frank & Friends
Justin Moyar
The School of Rock, Chatham, NJ 
Ten Foot Tall
Joe Stuby & Rocking Horse Band

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View Highlights from previous years' Festivals


Check out videos above from last year's music festival, held at Unionville Vineyards. Highlights include special guest Felicia Collins performing with the Bernie Worrell Orchestra, 2 unique surprises for our headliner, Bernie Worrell, performances by featured guest Larry Marshall, performances from Joe Stuby and Rocking Horse, and more videos of our live performers. Check back for more videos, and visit/subscribe to our YouTube channel for automatic video updates.