Rupert & Scheetz, featuring Vanessa Viscomi, present a Night of Irish/Scottish music at Titusville Presbyterian Church

On Saturday, March 11, the Titusville Presbyterian Church presents RUPERT & SCHEETZ featuring VANESSA VISCOMI for a two-hour coffeehouse style musical concert from 7-9pm. This concert is a St. Patrick’s Day show featuring mostly Irish/Scottish themed music. Bruce Rupert will be on vocals, guitar, fiddle, banjo and mandolin; Tim Scheetz on vocals, guitar, bass, tin whistle; Vanessa Viscomi on vocals, ukulele; and Preston Henderson on bodhran (Irish drum) and percussion.

Rupert & Scheetz is a songwriting team comprised of Bruce Rupert and Tim Scheetz. Singers and multi-instrumentalists, their original compositions reflect their love and appreciation of many musical genres with elements of Americana, folk, country, bluegrass, rockabilly & Celtic sounds exhibited in their songs and instrumentals. Bruce and Tim have been a part of the local music scene for the past 20 years, playing with “Mountain Heritage”, “The Beth Coleman Band” and currently appear with “StoneHearth” and “The Gray Wolves.” “Stories,” their last album of all original songs, recorded with bluegrass band “Mountain Heritage,” was released in 2020. Their newest album of original material, “Two Eagles,” featuring the wonderful vocals of Vanessa Viscomi, was released in 2021. Please visit

Vanessa Viscomi is a classically trained vocalist, whose styles range from jazz and blues to Rockabilly and classic country. She also plays ukulele, piano, and drums. Throughout the years, Vanessa has enjoyed working with many talented musicians. She is very excited to collaborate with “Rupert & Scheetz” and sing their original songs! Please hear more of Vanessa’s vocals at

Cost of the concert is $15 if pre-paid and $20 at the door.  Family pricing is available. For more information, please call the church office at (609) 737-1385 or visit

The First Presbyterian Church of Titusville, founded in 1838, is located at 48 River Drive along the banks of the Delaware River, one mile north of the Washington Crossing Bridge and six miles south of Lambertville.

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