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Sep 22, 2022 • Deep Dive
Our Pick of the Batch Fall Festival is in two weeks! Today, we're spotlighting our three bands for the day! If you've joined us for our Brewtanical Garden summer music series, you may have seen PettyCash and Hannah Stone play. Our third band, Ok Otter, is new to Cape May Brewery, and we're so excited to have all three of them play next month!
Kicking the day off is PettyCash, who will be playing from 12pm to 2pm. PettyCash is a cover band duo featuring Bryan McCloud and Matt Wira. They're a local favorite of ours, as well as other venues in Cape May. PettyCash has an impressive repertoire of songs to pull from, and can entertain you with everything from Johnny Cash and Pearl Jam to modern hits! You can learn more about these two from this Shore Local article, and their Instagram is a gem as well: @pettycash609!
Next up is Hannah Stone, who will be playing from 2pm to 4pm. Hannah is an indie artist from right here in Cape May, although she's developed her craft in both Los Angeles and New York City. If you've watched Search Party, Never Have I Ever, or Vanderpump Rules, you've likely already stumbled across her lyrics or vocals! We're stoked that any time that she performs with us. You can check out Hannah Stone on Spotify, or YouTube!
Closing out the afternoon is Ok Otter, who will be performing from 4pm to 6pm! They produce and perform original songs as well as covers. Check out Fisherman's Blues on Youtube for a peek at their sound! You can find the full band playing in Philly and the Jersey Shore area, and some members play in State College, PA as well! Check out some of their songs on YouTube here.
Stay tuned to the blog and the main event page, capemaybrewery.com/potb, for more information on what's to come for Pick of the Batch!
We’re thrilled to have this event sponsored in part by a grant from New Jersey Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism. You can check out their website visitnj.org to find some incredible Jersey retailers and more fall fun this year!