• Local 913 Live: Jimmy Adler

    Jimmy Adler performs at WYEP's local music happy hour on March 17, 2016.

     
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  • Local 913, Episode 50: Crooked Skulls

    In 2012, Daniel Lechok formed the all-instrumental band Crooked Skulls after he and his friend Abe Looper were just messing around playing music in his home studio. 

     
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  • Local 913, Episode 49: Meeting of Important People

    Formed in 2008, Meeting of Important People has become one of Pittsburgh’s premiere indie-rock bands. Led by Josh Verbanets, MOIP just released their third album TROIKA.

     
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  • Local 913, Episode 48: The Hawkeyes

    Originally, Jay Wiley, front man for the alt-country band The Hawkeyes, thought he was hiring the Pittsburgh band Country Music Gas Station as his backing band for a couple of gigs. What resulted from the very first rehearsal was clearly an all new direction and band for the singer/songwriter.

     
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  • Local 913, Episode 47: Arlo Aldo

    Arlo Aldo front man, David Manchester made the decision to move to Pittsburgh with his wife in 2011 not really knowing what they would find when they arrived.

     
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  • Local 913 Live: The Full Counts

    The Full Counts perform at WYEP's local music happy hour on February 18. 2016

     
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  • Local 913, Episode 46: The Freedom Band

    The Freedom Band have been performing reggae style music in the Pittsburgh area for over 15 years, however, they just released their debut album.

     
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  • Local 913, Episode 45: The Red Western

    After their debut in 2011, The Red Western return in 2016 with one less band member, a new sound and two brand new EPs: “Arrows” and “Sirens”.

     
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  • Local 913, Episode 44: Talkers

     
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  • Local 913, Episode 43: Jimmy Adler

    Bluesman Jimmy Adler, who has been on the blues scene for years in Pittsburgh, has just released his latest album, Grease Alley. Adler traveled to California to capture the sound of West Coast guitar players with help from producer Kid Anderson.

     
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