Wednesday, December 12, 2018

HughShows Holiday download / Deutschtown Music Festival exclusive opportunity

You can enjoy the full 90 minute HughShows Holiday musical special right now from the comfort of your home, or phone as these nutty kids do.

Featuring 17 performances from Pittsburgh's most talented musicians covering your favorite seasonal classics including a few original songs written just for this special.

Led by musical director Nathan Zoob, the house band (including Abigail Iksic, Shawn McGregor,  Roger Romero, and Chris Trepagnier) backs guest vocalists SPISH, Mark Dignam, Sierra Sellers, Gene Stovall, Becki Gallagher, André Costello with Guy Russo, Chloe Wiecz, Markila Sherman, and Addi Twigg. Special musical guests also include Avi Diamond with Morgan Erina, Murder for Girls, Arlo Aldo, Just Fern, Molly Alphabet, Wreck Loose, Clara Kent, and the long awaited reunion of Broken Fences.

For a small donation to help keep HughShows going in the new year, you can receive the full show as special gift.

As an added incentive, anyone who does donate and download will be entered into a special raffle.
If you are in a band and would like the opportunity to perform at the 2019 Deutschtown Music Festival in July (12th or 13th), now is your chance. One lucky winner will be randomly chosen to play on one of the four outdoor Main Stages of the festival! This year for the first time, there will be four headlining, family-friendly (clean sets, please) stages including the Foreland Stage, the Park Stage, the Skyline Stage, and the Nova Place Stage. If your band is chosen, you can choose which of these stages you would like to perform on.
To be eligible, on the Checkout Page at the bottom under Additional Information, type in your band name in the Notes About Your Order field.
Spread the word to your fanbase and they can donate and download and on your behalf (as long as they enter your band name in the 'Notes' field at checkout) to increase your chances!

The download and raffle will only be available starting now until the early part of of 2019 when we will draw and announce a winner in January!

Head on over to to download.

Good luck and Happy Holidays.

Friday, November 9, 2018

HughShows Holiday Video Premieres

I am thrilled to debut two videos from the upcoming HughShows Holiday feature length show.
We are premiering the entire movie on December 2nd at 6pm at Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall in Carnegie, PA. The program consists of 17 holiday songs performed by your favorite Pittsburgh musicians. Each ticket gets the companion soundtrack from Misra Records.
These two songs were written specifically for this special by Molly Alphabet & Chet Vincent and Clara Kent.

Consider joining us in Carnegie on the 2nd.
Tickets available here:

Molly Alphabet - "Christmas in July"

Clara Kent - "Winter Song"

Saturday, October 27, 2018

Arlo Aldo - Maoz Tzur / Oseh Shalom

May you find peace tonight, Pittsburgh.

Arlo Aldo is Jessica Hoffman (Viola/Vocals) and David Manchester (Guitar/Vocals)

First song, Maoz Tzur translated:
Rock of Ages let our song,
Praise thy saving power;
Thou amidst the raging foes,
Wast our sheltering tower.

Furiously they assailed us,
But Thine arm availed us
And Thy word broke their sword,
When our own strength failed us.
And Thy word broke their sword,
When our own strength failed us.

Second song, Oseh Shalom translated:
He who makes peace in His high places, 
May He make peace for us, 
And for all Israel, 
Let us say, Amen.

Friday, July 13, 2018


"Pittsburgh has a reputation of breeding talented musicians and artists ranging from Christina Aguilera to Girl Talk, Wiz Khalifa and Mac Miller. These artists, just to name a few, represent the wide-range of talent that has emerged from the streets of the steel town. With a deep-rooted history in Pittsburgh’s music scene, guitarist Byron Nash has been around for quite some time, building a reputation for his unique style of rock n’ soul guitar playing. Evident in that sound are the various genres of music that have influenced his life, including: early thrash metal, jam, funk and soul, to Hip-Hop, jazz, blues and world music. He spent years as guitarist in his first group, the power trio SPORADIC who played the festival circuit pretty heavy for years."

The Deutschtown Music Festival starts this week! Every day on the blog I am featuring a band from Pittsburgh who I discovered through the submission process and are performing this weekend.

BYRON NASH & PLANB is a Pittsburgh based rock band who wear their eclectic influences right on their sleeve, out in the open for everyone to hear. Taking elements of jazz, metal, r&b, and straight up hard rock, the band have been making waves in the music scene by showing us exactly how it is done by simply doing the work without any excuses. See for yourself how the band rocks it out on Saturday (7/14) as they take the HughShows Stage at 5pm for the 6th Annual Deutschtown Music Festival. I want to thank Byron (Guitars/Vocals) for taking the time to participate in this edition of First/Last.

The first album you ever bought?
The Gap Band 3.

Your last album bought?
Rufus and Chaka Khan Live.

Favorite album of all time?
That's really tough since I'm a collector and own and love so many records. So I'll just say what my favorite album in this listening season is. Stevie Wonder - Songs In the Key of Life.

Least favorite/most disappointing album?
Weird question. I'd say the last Justin Timberlake didn't strike me as hard as the first three, however, seeing it live made me like it more.

First concert attended?
Rick James.

Last concert?
Slayer, Testament, Anthrax, Lamb of God, Behemoth.

Favorite concert ever?
Ever? I'd say the one that had a major impact was Metallica and Queensryche, The And Justice for All/Operation Mindcrime tour 1988.

Least favorite concert?

Favorite thoughts, experiences about Pittsburgh?
Pittsburgh is the place where I found myself as a musician, artist and businessman. I learned and grew with the city. My favorite part is the hard blue collar work ethic that has seeped its way into everything that I do. Everyone flocks to NYC or LA for opportunity, but I believe you can do major things here, even if you have to travel to pull it off. The new growth has opened the door for endless possibilities. I love that about Pittsburgh. It is a place to hone your skill and talent before taking it to the next level.

Thanks, Byron. Can't wait to hang on Saturday, buddy. I really love your attitude and ethic when it comes to participating in this music scene of ours.

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

First/Last - iNCO FIdO

"We're loud, we like to drink, there are a lot of us."

The Deutschtown Music Festival starts this week! Every day on the blog I am featuring a band from Pittsburgh who I discovered through the submission process and are performing this weekend.

iNCO FIdO is a ska-punk rock and roll band from Pittsburgh who totally blew me away when I saw them perform at the Millvale Music Festival in May. Comparisons to The Commonheart are a tad too easy but with a stage full of musicians, a horn section and energetic frontman singing his heart out, you will share the sentiment the moment you witness their amazingly, energetic live show. Do yourself the favor and catch them at the 6th Annual Deutschtown Music Festival this Saturday, July 14 at 4pm on the Skyline Stage in Allegheny Commons Park by the Sue Murray Pool. For a preview, the band will be performing a couple songs on 102.5 WDVE this morning (7/11) at 9:15am. I want to thank Chuck Veri (Vocals) for taking the time to participate in this edition of First/Last.

The first album you ever bought?
The first album I ever bought for myself was Dookie by Green Day, this album began the journey down a punk rock rabbit hole that I still haven't found the bottom of 24 years later.

Your last album bought?
I just recently bought Pacifisticuffs by Diablo Swing Orchestra. I love this band, a little bit of swing, a little bit of opera, and a whole lot of heavy metal,  I've never heard anything like this band.

Favorite album of all time?
This question required quite a bit of thought, but I've decided to go with Gemstones by Adam Green. Imagine a collection of songs in which Neil Diamond wrote all the music and Hunter S. Thompson wrote all the lyrics. This album has a profound impact on my song writing, got me thinking in layers, and is a great example of duality in song writing as the music is very beautiful, but lyrically very ugly and dark.

Least favorite/most disappointing album?
I've been trying to come up with an answer for this, and I'm drawing a blank. I've had some albums that I was initially disappointed in, but upon further listening I've either found the good in them, or realized that the problem was myself.

First concert attended?
The Beach Boys at Star Lake Amphitheater. I don’t remember the exact date, but it was the summer of 1991.

Last concert?
Punk in Drublic Festival at Highmark Stadium. This was an awesome day, my buddy DanK was able to score us some staff passes so we got to watch Bad Religion play their Suffer album front to back from the private balcony... I may have teared up a bit.

Favorite concert ever?
It was Against Me! April 6th 2004 at the Ottobar in Baltimore MD. I was all alone in a strange city and the energy in that room was absolutely electric. There was just something in the air that night, with that band and that crowd in that room that I have never felt before or since.

Least favorite concert?
John Michael Montgomery, and it wasn't even that he didn't play well, I’m just not a fan of pop-country music.

Favorite thoughts, experiences about Pittsburgh?
Pittsburgh is my home. I was born and raised here, but throughout my 20's and early 30's I traveled extensively. I've lived in a number of places, some short term and some long term, but wherever I've gone or wherever I've tried to settle, no place has ever felt like home. I always end up back in Pittsburgh and if I have my way I'll never live anywhere else. I love the people, the skyline, the music, the art, the messed up roads, the seemingly arbitrary way that the city is laid out, the "you can't get there from here", I love the parks, and the neighborhoods. I love that there are parts of this city where you can go from a completely urbanized setting to a green space that'll make you forget the city exists in just a few steps. I could go on, but I think I've made my point.

Thanks, Chuck. Your Punk in Drublic story is the best of what going to a show is all about. Scoring some VIP seats. The band playing the whole album. It seems to me that fleeting experiences like that are what make up going to shows all worthwhile and stick with you forever.

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

First/Last - Raven Clifton

"alt/indie/rock/pop two piece band trying our best. thanks for listening! :)"

The Deutschtown Music Festival starts this week! Every day on the blog I am featuring a band from Pittsburgh who I discovered through the submission process and are performing this weekend.

Raven Clifton is an indie pop artist from Pittsburgh who is just emerging on the local scene with the help of her fantastic debut Hive Mind. Definitely catch her at the HughShows Stage (Middle and Foreland) this Saturday, July 14 at 1pm at the 6th Annual Deutschtown Music Festival. I want to thank Raven (Guitar/Vocals) for taking the time to participate in this edition of First/Last.

The first album you ever bought?
I'm not 100% sure about this. Might have been the soundtrack to the Rugrats in Paris movie. Or the very first S Club 7 album. Clearly I was a very cool kid.

Your last album bought?
Kacey Musgraves's new album, Golden Hour. It's amazing and she's amazing and I love her.

Favorite album of all time?
I have two, I really can't decide between them; My Chemical Romance's The Black Parade and La Dispute's Wildlife. They both have my angsty, emo little heart.

Least favorite/most disappointing album?
The only album I specifically remember being disappointed by was The Killer's Sam's Town. But then I listened to it a few times on a cross country road trip and fell in love with it a little bit? So I guess I end up liking anything that I hear enough times.

First concert attended?
It might have been Mindless Self Indulgence? Very weird first concert experience. Lots of people in costumes. I did not understand what was going on.

Favorite concert ever?
Green Day. I saw them for the first time after 21st Century Breakdown came out. They played for like 2+ hours straight and were high energy the whole time, it was amazing.

Least favorite concert?
I once went with my mom to see Def Leppard. Oof. That was not for me.

Favorite thoughts, experiences about Pittsburgh?
I'm just slowly starting to get into the music scene here and I'm really excited to become a part of it. I think it’s awesome how many dedicated, passionate people there are here who are (and have been) building up the local music scene with events and festivals and all this DIY jazz. It's a great place to be.

Thanks, Raven. I have to tell you that I really do love your music. I cannot wait to see you perform this Saturday! And by the way, Def Leppard isn't TOO bad...

Monday, July 9, 2018

First/Last - ATL&S

"ATL&S was founded on August 29th 2014 by members Al Snyder & Michael Lewandowski. The death of Michael's mom sparked an interesting song recording duo that flourished into the sound that we have today. Prior to Beverly Lewandowski passing away, Michael spent many days in the studio with Al recording his own songs and attempting to make it on his own. Upon her death, Michael asked Al to sing the song 'Goodbye for Now' and at that moment realized something amazing was created. From there they continued to record song after song and believed in what they were creating. It was so different and unique than anything produced prior. Since then, the band has consistently been focused on recording new albums and attempting newer sounds."

The Deutschtown Music Festival starts this week! Every day on the blog I am featuring a band from Pittsburgh who I discovered through the submission process and are performing this weekend.

ATL&S is a genre bending band from Pittsburgh who's debut self-titled album from last year has just spawned the band's first music video for the track "As Beautiful As You." I will bet my mortgage that you will hear the song live as the band play the 6th Annual Deutschtown Music Festival this upcoming Saturday (7/14) at 11pm at the Pittsburgh Winery Pop Up Stage at the former James Street Tavern Ballroom Upstairs. I want to thank Michael Lewandowski (Guitar/Vocals) for taking the time to participate in this edition of First/Last.

The first album you ever bought?
This is probably going to blow your mind, however I never purchased an album until I was 25 years old. I started playing the guitar at 19 and had no real interest in music until then. After I started jamming, I became a huge Led Zeppelin fan which sparked my true love for music. As for the question, I purchased my friend Brian Foye's album who sings on one of our original songs. He is a singer / songwriter out of Boston and has created many original tunes - the album title is Rough Drafts.

Your last album bought?
To go directly along with my first answer, that was the first and last!

Favorite album of all time?
I am a huge Led Zeppelin, Beatles, Guns & Roses, and Tom Petty fan. I would say (if this isn't cheating) that my favorite all time album would be Tom Petty's Greatest Hits. I've listened to that album easily 500 times throughout my life. It never gets old, the music is timeless.

Least favorite/most disappointing album?
I will definitely not be able to answer this, if I don't like the first song I will immediately turn it off. Honestly, I listen to the same artists / songs pretty much daily. I like to listen to music that moves me emotionally, grows me personally, and makes my life better. The music I relate to most is the older generations. I think they spent more time on the art side than the money side. I don't listen to music that doesn't improve me personally.

First concert attended?
Bon Jovi a long, long time ago. It was the first time I've ever smoked anything too - and yes it was only a cigar. However it was a fun experience. I went with my brother D, friend Dan, and a few other friends. It was my first time at the Pavilion, the weather was flawless, people were happy, it was a great scene.

Last concert?
Honestly I can't remember. I think the last was a girl who dances around and plays a violin. The past few years I've been working a full time job, started a lighting company called Pittsburgh SociaLights, got my MBA at Pitt, recorded two albums / a bunch of music (and other) videos, and planned a wedding and got married a month ago. I didn't really have time to go out and explore other artists. Hoping that changes soon!

Favorite concert ever?
Tom Petty a few years back. Once again the perfect day out at the Pavilion, we had a bus take 30 of us and had an absolute blast. Definitely a concert to remember forever.

Least favorite concert?
My friend brought me to some rap concert at Rex Theater. I can't even describe to you what I witnessed. It was the worst 45 minutes of my life - every song was terrible. Some guy that talks about tip toeing in his Jordan’s? Anyways, won't be seeing that again.

Favorite thoughts, experiences about Pittsburgh?
I was born and raised in Pittsburgh. I've spent time traveling the world, and there is nothing like it. It's home to me. For me, life really comes down to friends and family and they are all right here.

Thanks, Michael. Seriously? 25 years old? The first time you bought an album? AND that was the last time you bought one? Yes... MIND - BLOWN!

Thursday, June 28, 2018

First/Last - Paper Lights

"Paper Lights have honed a large and cinematic soundscape within their music. Last year, the band traveled over 10,000 miles, visiting 24 states and 13 National Parks, while sampling sounds from nature and writing their latest full length album, Everything is Sound, which released on March 30, 2018."

Paper Lights is an alternative duo from Atlanta, Georgia who are touring behind their fantastic latest album, Everything is Sound. They return to Pittsburgh this Friday (6/29) to my favorite DIY spot Snake Hill. If you have never been to this place, please go and support this band, this venue, this scene. I want to thank Josh Stewart (Multi-Instrumentalist) for taking the time to participate in this edition of First/Last.

The first album you ever bought?
Europop by Eiffel 65.

Your last album bought?
The Post (Original Soundtrack) by John Williams.

Favorite album of all time?
Riceboy Sleeps by Jonsi & Alex.

Least favorite / most disappointing album?
I don’t think I have one.

First concert attended?
Warped Tour.

Last concert?
My friends act called RYLY.

Favorite concert ever?
Bon Iver.

Least favorite concert ever?
Again, I don’t think I have one!

Any thoughts, experiences about Pittsburgh?
Some of my favorite musical memories are in this city, and some of the most hospitable people I’ve encountered have been in Pittsburgh. Not to mention, the night we walked in on 30 person strong banjo rehearsal that served nachos and beer.

Thanks, Josh. That banjo rehearsal is a cool, regular, weekly happening at the Elks and just went down again this week!

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

First/Last - Caleb Kopta

Caleb Kopta is an indie rock musician from Cochranton, a small town 100 miles north of Pittsburgh who will be releasing his latest single entitled "Burning House" this Friday (5/25) as a followup to his debut EP Ghost. He will be celebrating at The Funhouse at Mr. Smalls  supporting electro-pop band Kahone Concept for his debut release show. I want to thank Caleb for taking the time to participate in this edition of First/Last.

The first album you ever bought?
It was so long ago, but had a Christian music background growing up, so I can only assume it was a Third Day album.

Your last album bought?
Dopamine by BØRNS is the last album I bought, since we live in a digital age, I’m more likely to go to Spotify to listen to new releases, in that case the last album I’ve really spent time listening to was Everything Now by Arcade Fire.

Favorite album of all time?
Battleborn by The Killers. Wilder Mind by Mumford & Sons is a close second.

Least favorite/most disappointing album?
I don’t listen to bad music, so I don’t have a good answer for this one.

First concert attended?
I was 2 months old when I attended my first music festival.
But the first concert I can remember being at was a Third Day concert when I was 4 or 5. I was very fortunate to grow up with a family who enjoyed taking me to concerts.

Last concert?
The last concert that I saw was Kahone Concept.

Favorite concert ever?
I’ve had the pleasure of seeing HAIM, U2, and The Killers recently. Each of those concerts were transforming, but if I had to choose one, it would probably be The Killers in Chicago, this past January.

Least favorite concert?
Again, I don’t listen to bad music, I just don’t have a good answer.

Favorite thoughts, experiences about Pittsburgh?
I love the views from the North Shore, and Mt. Washington both at night. What a beautiful sight of the city. Pittsburgh is really a pretty city at night. I enjoy seeing the lights.

Thanks, Caleb. I gotta ask, what festival were at at at 2 months? Not that you remember anything but you folks surely would have told you which one?

Friday, May 18, 2018

Deutschtown Music Festival 2018 Full Schedule

This year marks the sixth year straight that music, food, and families take over the historic Deutschtown section of the Northside of Pittsburgh for two days of free fun.
A few new things this year are:
I am thrilled to announce we are renaming the former Main Stage at Middle and Foreland streets to be now referred to as the HughShows Stage! It has such a nice ring to it, doesn't? The HughShows Stage will also run on Friday evening for the first time, as well as Saturday.
We are also adding the scenic Skyline Stage in Allegheny Commons Park by the Elks Lodge to our festival on Saturday.
We have also added some other new stages for this year (Nova PlaceThreadbare Cider & Mead, and a few cool POP-Up Stages around Deutschtown) totaling over 50 stages over the course of two days.
As previously mentioned here, we are also resurrecting the former James St. Tavern building in cooperation with our friends from the Pittsburgh Winery to host bands on all three levels Friday night and Saturday all day and night!
Believe me, this year is going to be so much fun!

Here is the entire band schedule for both Friday, July 13 and Saturday, July 14, 2018 with venue locations and set times.

Friday, July 13, 2018

HughShows Stage
Middle and Foreland
Outside - All Ages
3:00 PM    Kate Clark
4:00 PM    Elias Khouri and The EK Band
5:00 PM    Kaelber
6:00 PM    iD
7:00 PM    The Rents
8:00 PM    Jill West & Blues Attack
9:00 PM    The Buckle Downs

Park Stage
Allegheny Commons East
Outside - All Ages
3:00 PM    Jenny and the Jags
4:00 PM    Bass Treble Harmony
5:00 PM    Jack Swing
6:00 PM    Essential Machine 
7:00 PM    Lee Robinson & ISKA
8:00 PM    Wreck Loose

Threadbare Tent
1291 Spring Garden Ave
Outside - All Ages
4:00 PM    Horus Maze
5:00 PM    WEST
6:00 PM    Princess Nostalgia
7:00 PM    The Turbosonics
8:00 PM    Funky Fly Project

Threadbare Warehouse
1291 Spring Garden Ave
All Ages
5:00 PM    Optimus Riff
6:00 PM    Vertical 48
7:00 PM    Marjory and The Public Works Band
8:00 PM    Paul Labrise Band
9:00 PM    Rhythm'n'Steel
10:00 PM  Jordan McLaughlin

Threadbare Restaurant
1291 Spring Garden Ave
All Ages
5:00 PM    Paz and Ukulele Eddie
6:00 PM    Aloha Salvation
7:00 PM    Paul Eisert
8:00 PM    Samantha Sears
9:00 PM    Rowan Erikson
10:00 PM  Soccershoe

The Park House
403 East Ohio St
9:00 PM    The Whiskey Gents

Arnold's Tea
502 E. Ohio St.
All Ages
3:00 PM    Scott & Rosanna
4:00 PM    Bitter Whiskers
5:00 PM    $tatu$
6:00 PM    Jordan Montgomery
7:00 PM    Hayley Dailey Trio
8:00 PM    Ken Turetzky

Elks Lodge #339
400 Cedar Ave.
7:00 PM    The Shadow Event
8:00 PM    Benefits
9:00 PM    Murder for Girls
10:00 PM  Chip & The Charge Ups

Allegheny City Brewery
507 Foreland Ave.
6:00 PM    Threesound
7:00 PM    Chloe Wiecz Collective
8:00 PM    Douglas Lowell Blevins
9:00 PM    Ben Valasek and the Growlers
10:00 PM  Anjroy

PGH Winery Satellite
709 East St.
5:00 PM       Ethan Jano
6:00 PM        Olga Watkins Band
7:00:00 PM  Adelaide in Autumn
8:00 PM       Atomic Shindig
9:00 PM       Mahajibee Blues
10:00 PM     Bindley Hardware Co.

Wigle Whiskey
1055 Spring Garden Ave.
Outside - All Ages
5:00 PM    Smoke & Mirrors
6:00 PM    Rachel Whitcomb
7:00 PM    Trinity
8:00 PM    The Living Street

YMR Club
631 Suismon St.
5:00 PM    Sorry, I'm Dead
6:00 PM    Altar Boy
7:00 PM    Fortune Teller
8:00 PM    Daisy Chain
9:00 PM    Mickey and the Snake Oil Boys
10:00 PM  Walker and the Rebellion
11:00 PM  neostem

Penn Brew Restaurant
800 Vinial St.
All Ages
4:00 PM    Dainty Life
5:00 PM    The Chiodi Trio
6:00 PM    lowlight signal
7:00 PM    Randy Hollenbeck
8:00 PM    Lyra
9:00 PM    Callan

814 Madison Ave.
5:00 PM    One Ray
6:00 PM    The Shiners
7:00 PM    AE Honick
8:00 PM    Rainbow Machine
9:00 PM    The Zells
10:00 PM  MaxXouT
11:00 PM  The Wire Riots

627 E North Ave
5:00 PM    T J Locklear
6:00 PM    Eric "The Pianofighter" Popek
7:00 PM    Adam Fitz
8:00 PM    Julia Capuzzi
9:00 PM    Aaron Lewinter
10:00 PM  Jeremy Caywood
Max's Allegheny Rathskeller
537 Suismon St.
6:00:00 PM  Dead Sin
7:00 PM       Dayshift
8:00 PM       Charlie Wheeler Band
9:00 PM       Phased Out

Nova Place Restaurant
100 South Commons
All Ages
5:00 PM    Matt w/2 t's
6:00 PM    Koz
7:00 PM    Jordan Auth
8:00 PM    J Roger Davis
9:00 PM    Justin Wade
10:00 PM  Katie Dee & The Quaking Aspens

St. Mary's Lyceum|
910 Chestnut St.
6:00 PM    Skeletonized
7:00 PM    The Groove Element
8:00 PM    The Goodfoots
9:00 PM    The Hoover-Rosenberg Jazz Ensemble

PGH Winery Satellite – Basement
422 Foreland St.
5:00 PM    Gary Musisko
6:00 PM    Appalachian Doom Gospel
7:00 PM    Portrait People
8:00 PM    String Machine
9:00 PM    Tessellation
10:00 PM  Habatat
11:00 PM  ...or the Duck Dies

PGH Winery Satellite – Upstairs
422 Foreland St.
4:00 PM    Alex Mendenall
5:00 PM    Makeshift Urn
6:00 PM    The Dark Lines
7:00 PM    Neonstorm
8:00 PM    The Long Hunt
9:00 PM    The Black Six

PGH Winery Satellite - Ground Floor
422 Foreland St.
4:00 PM    Luke B. Wood
5:00 PM    Dirty Leaf
6:00 PM    Matt King & The Dukes of St. Clair
7:00 PM    Wolfhouse
8:00 PM    Nameless in August
9:00 PM    Slugss

Saturday, July 14, 2018

HughShows Stage
Middle St. and Foreland St.
Outside - All Ages
12:00 PM  Jim Donovan & Sun King Warriors
1:00 PM    Raven Clifton
2:00 PM    Sourmash
3:00 PM    HollyHood
4:00 PM    Buffalo Rose
6:00 PM    LoFi Delphi
7:00 PM    Dinosoul
8:00 PM    The Telephone Line
9:00 PM    BBGuns
10:00 PM  André Costello and the Cool Minors

Park Stage
Allegheny Commons East
Outside - All Ages
11:00 AM     Tim Vitullo Band
12:00 PM     Nightly Standard
1:00 PM       little good bad
2:00 PM       Dori Cameron & the Invisible Monsters
3:00 PM       Coexist Music Group
4:00 PM       Emily Rodgers Band
5:00:00 PM  Chad Sipes Stereo
6:00 PM       Working Breed
7:00 PM       The Late Hit

Skyline Stage
Allegheny Commons Park
Outside - All Ages
1:00 PM    Dan Bubien & the Delta Struts
2:00 PM    Sun Hound
3:00 PM    For Dizzier Heights
4:00 PM    iNCO FIdO
5:00 PM    Clara Kent
6:00 PM    llivefromthecity
7:00 PM    Molly Alphabet
8:00 PM    Grand Piano
9:00 PM    Starship Mantis

Nova Place
100 South Commons
Outside - All Ages
2:00 PM    Stone Throwers
3:00 PM    Redson
4:00 PM    Intermission Improv
5:00 PM    James Drakes and CT3
6:00 PM    Ikea Damone
7:00 PM    Shelf Life String Band
8:00 PM    Eric Oliver
9:00 PM    Donna O

10:00 PM  Ben Alper

Threadbare Tent
1291 Spring Garden Ave
Outside - All Ages
3:00 PM       Second Street Strangers
4:00 PM       Jimmy Adler Band
5:00 PM       The Swingers Band
6:00 PM       JakeTheHawk
7:00 PM       American Spirits

Threadbare Eatery
1291 Spring Garden Ave
All Ages
2:00 PM    Sloane Simon
3:00 PM    Jay Michaels
4:00 PM    Daryl Shawn
5:00 PM    Mighty Kasey
6:00 PM    Maleena Dominick
7:00 PM    feeble organs
8:00 PM    Carrie Collins
9:00 PM    HANK the businessman
10:00 PM  William Sparks

Threadbare Warehouse
1291 Spring Garden Ave
All Ages
3:00 PM    9Sundays
4:00 PM    Wine & Spirit
5:00 PM    Professor Stomach Ache
6:00 PM    Ugly Blondes
7:00 PM    Back Alley Sound
8:00 PM    Kid Durango
9:00 PM    Love Dumpster
10:00 PM  Venus in Furs

Wigle Whiskey
1055 Spring Garden Ave.
Outside - All Ages
12:00 PM  Still Not Sober
1:00 PM    Sweetheart of the Barricades
2:00 PM    The Lone Pines
3:00 PM    Matt Aquiline & The Dead End Streets
4:00 PM    The Leah Hohman Band
5:00 PM    Brahctopus
6:00 PM    Cello Fury
7:00 PM    The YJJs
8:00 PM    The Employees of Funk
9:00 PM    Bad Custer

AIR presented by Wigle Whiskey
518 Foreland St.
1:00 PM    Zack Keim
2:00 PM    Tai Chirovsky
3:00 PM    The Wreckids
4:00 PM    Lindsay Dragan
5:00 PM    Chet Vincent
6:00 PM    Lady Jessica
7:00 PM    Midge Crickett
8:00 PM    Shay
9:00 PM    Diamond Shapes
10:00 PM  Sadie

627 E North Ave.
1:00 PM    Six Demon Bag
2:00 PM    Gator Shakes
3:00 PM    Remission
4:00 PM    Leprosy
5:00 PM    Aaron Romeo

8:00 PM    Same Moon
9:00 PM    Mild Fever
10:00 PM  Matt Wheeler

Max's Allegheny Ratskeller
537 Suismon St.
5:00 PM         The Hipsters
6:00 PM         Hedonism Bots
7:00 PM         Tears of Joy
8:00 PM         8 Balls
9:00 PM         Smokey Bellows
10:00 PM     Ten Thousand Dollars Cash

Penn Brewery Biergarter
800 Vinial St.
Outside - All Ages
1:00 PM    Josh Crusan & The Coconut Band
2:00 PM    Billy B
3:00 PM    Ellie Lee
4:00 PM    David Hipchen

Penn Brewery Terrace
800 Vinial St.
Outside - All Ages
6:00 PM    Thirty Years Later
7:00 PM    Soul Shine Overdrive
8:00 PM    Chrome Moses
9:00 PM    Two Birds
10:00 PM  The Clock Reads
11:00 PM  Gene the Werewolf

Penn Brewery Restaurant
800 Vinial St.
All Ages
2:00 PM    Charm & Chain
3:00 PM    Her Ladyship
4:00 PM    The Petals
5:00 PM    Cape Cod
6:00 PM    Avi Diamond
7:00 PM    Ferdinand the Bull
8:00 PM    Some Kind of Animal

Elks Lodge #339
400 Cedar Ave.
6:00 PM    The Crew of the Half Moon
7:00 PM    The Me Toos
8:00 PM    Paddy The Wanderer
9:00 PM    The Weird Paul Rock Band
10:00 PM  Rave Ami
11:00 PM  SPISH

The Park House
403 East Ohio St
9:00 PM    Locks and Dams
11:00 PM    Pennsylvania Dirt

Arnold's Tea
502 E. Ohio St.
All Ages
5:00 PM         Kanti Kasa
6:00 PM         Morgan Erina
7:00 PM         Lexa Terrestrial
8:00 PM         Tupelo

522 East St.
All Ages
1:00 PM       Jon Bañuelos
2:00 PM      Dev Structures
3:00 PM        Slagle Rock & Sue
4:00 PM       Astra Robotica
5:00 PM       Grits Capone
6:00:00 PM      Kyna
7:00 PM     Paul Tabachneck    
8:00 PM     HUBBS  
9:00 PM   Yung Delirious

Allegheny City Brewing
507 Foreland Ave.
3:00 PM       The Waif
4:00 PM     Ryan Hoffman and the Pioneers
5:00 PM       Honey Prism
6:00 PM       Middle Children
7:00 PM       Dumplings
8:00 PM  Soda Club
9:00 PM       Bikini Islands
10:00 PM     Honeyriders

PGH Winery Satellite
709 East St.
3:00 PM    Street Pigeons
4:00 PM    Upon Rocket
5:00 PM    NORM
6:00 PM    Paint31
7:00 PM     There You Are
8:00 PM    vireo
9:00 PM    Adler & Barath Blues Band
10:00 PM  The Pump Fakes
11:00 PM  Northern Gold

1022 Chestnut St.
Outside - All Ages
1:00 PM       Six O'Matic
2:00 PM   OHM Project     
3:00 PM   Brittney Chantele & Remy Vega     
4:00 PM       Alyssa Hankey
5:00:00 PM    TBA

814 Madison Ave.
5:00 PM    Razz Newtons
6:00 PM    Dream Job
7:00 PM    The Velcro Shoes
8:00 PM    The Danzas
9:00 PM    Tilted Shadows
10:00 PM  Klaymore
11:00 PM  Dead River

YMR Club
631 Suismon St.
7:00 PM    School of Athens
8:00 PM    Shifted Past
9:00 PM    The Night's Watch
10:00 PM  The Full Counts
11:00 PM  Black Ridge
12:00 AM  fuck yeah, dinosaurs!
1:00 AM    Rat Tits

East St Beer
807 East St
2:00 PM    Antoinette No Ordinary Soul Band
3:00 PM    Grand Prismatic
4:00 PM    Scott Fry Experience
5:00 PM    Blackbird Bullet
6:00 PM    Evan Isaac (Pugglefox)
7:00 PM    The Filthy Lowdowns
8:00 PM    Seven Story Fall

The Blacksmith Studio
900 Middle St.
All Ages
2:00 PM     Hear Tonight
3:00 PM    Dave D. & The West Hills All-Stars
4:00 PM    Zeve
5:00 PM    Will Simmons & The Upholsterers
6:00 PM    The Bleepy Things
7:00 PM    The Semi-Supervillains
8:00 PM    Devin Moses & The Saved

St. Marys Lyceum
910 Chestnut St.
6:00 PM    WolfBlud
7:00 PM    The Struggle Bus
8:00 PM    Sound Elevator
9:00 PM    Standard Broadcast
10:00 PM  Keystone Vibe
11:00 PM  Right TurnClyde

Open Air Brass and Drums
Roaming Artists at Large
 Times TBA
Magnificent Street Entertainment M.S.E
Colonel Eagleburger's Highstepping Goodtime Band
Run the Meat

Youth Stage
James St. and Suismon St.
2:00 PM    ROX Performance Group
3:00 PM    This is the World
4:00 PM    Wonderment
5:00 PM    The Electric Army
6:00 PM    Blue Shift
7:00 PM    Big Blitz
8:00 PM    Snowdonia

PGH Winery Satellite - Upstairs
422 Foreland St
2:00 PM    EASE
3:00 PM    New Moons
4:00 PM    Demos Papadimas
5:00 PM    Cisco Kid
6:00 PM    Elkhound
7:00 PM    Balloon Ride Fantasy
8:00 PM    Old Game
9:00 PM    Sikes and The New Violence
10:00 PM  Blue Clutch
11:00 PM  ATL&S

PGH Winery Satellite - Ground Floor
422 Foreland St.
2:00 PM    Good Ship Gibraltar
3:00 PM    Strange Monsters
4:00 PM    Aris Paul Band
5:00 PM    God Hates Unicorns
6:00 PM    Heavy Chest
7:00 PM    The Mixus Brothers
8:00 PM    As Ladders
9:00 PM    The Nox Boys
10:00 PM  Bipolariod

PGH Winery Satellite - Basement
422 Foreland St
2:00 PM    Sean Howard Orchestra
3:00 PM    Trent in the Trees
4:00 PM    Jack Stauber
5:00 PM    Track Meet
6:00 PM    The Uptown Woods
7:00 PM    Decaffeinated Grapefruit
8:00 PM    Different Places in SPACE
9:00 PM    The Moat Rats
10:00 PM  Chase and the Barons
11:00 PM     Hearken

Schedule subject to change.