“Enthusiastic audience members packed the house when the group first played at the library. ‘Where did you find them?’ ‘They were terrific.’ These were just of few of the many glowing comments we received. ‘Please have them again,’ patrons said. And we did.”

Lois Skelly, Program Coordinator, Croton Free Library, Croton-on-Hudson, NY



Libraries and Schools

All Lit Up offers entertaining programs for libraries and schools that showcase American musical styles and history through performance and commentary. An exciting vocal, guitar and bass duo, All Lit Up performs a varied repertoire that spans blues, R&B, country and pop standards from the 1920s to today. We are experienced performers who share our deep knowledge and love of American music history with our audiences. Our performances are peppered with interesting information that puts the music and its originators into an historical and cultural context. Friendly and accessible, All Lit Up delights audiences of all ages with engaging programs which often include guest artists.

All Lit Up is a favorite at the Croton Free Library in Croton-on-Hudson, NY. We have played to a full house there on four occasions, and have also performed at the Byram Library in Greenwich, CT. Now we are bringing our appealing musical blend to other libraries and schools in the tri-state area.

 Past Library Programs Include:

  • Blues and Country Crossroads
    Celebrating a dialogue in American music from the 1920s through the 1960s.
  • Night Train
    A musical journey to the great R&B cities.
  • How the West Was Swung
    Featuring the big beat of Bob Wills, Spade Cooley, Duke Ellington and Benny Goodman.
  • Les is More
    A tribute to the innovative American musician and inventor Les Paul and his celebrated partner, singer/guitarist Mary Ford.