• The Local 913 Live: The Telephone Line

    The Telephone Line performs at WYEP's local music happy hour on May 19th, 2016.

     
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  • Local 913, Episode 59: Cold Weather

    Mark Ramsey, front-man for the Pittsburgh indie rock band Cold Weather, took some piano lessons as a child and ended up revisiting the instrument in college in a class called “Piano for Non-Pianists.”

     
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  • Local 913, Episode 58: Locks & Dams

    “Barbeque Rock and Post Country!”

     
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  • Local 913, Episode 57: Morgan Erina

    “I think it’s still in the same common thread of what I used to write. I’m not necessarily writing to make sure that there can be harmonies anymore, which is what I did in Broken Fences. 

     
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  • Local 913 Live: The Boogie Hustlers

    The Boogie Hustlers perform at WYEP's local music happy hour on April 28, 2016.

     
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  • Local 913, Episode 56: Zoob

    “I am from New York City. I went to school at Carnegie Mellon. By the time I had graduated, I was caught up in the local scene here. So, I just sort of stayed. By the time I had lifted my head back up, I recognized that I had made a life here.”

     
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  • Local 913, Episode 55: The Buckle Downs

    “I showed up, just sang a couple songs and next thing you know, I’m in the band! It was kind of, I don’t wanna say an accident, but I didn’t really mean to get into a band. I didn’t think I’d be good enough to do that.”

     
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  • Local 913, Episode 54: Wooly Woman

    Originally from The South Hills of Pittsburgh; Gregory Smee is the creative mind behind the psych-rock band Wooly Woman

     
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  • Local 913, Episode 53: Joe Grushecky

    For his latest album, Joe Grushecky, who was recently voted as a Modern Era Legend for the 2016 Pittsburgh Rock ’N Roll Legends Awards, has reached back into his catalog to revisit some of his strongest songs. 

     
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  • Local 913, Episode 52: Standard Broadcast

    The Pittsburgh group Standard Broadcast formed in 2014 when pianist Nathan Jay and cellist Leland Shaw’s previous band dissolved.

     
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