<p>Pittsburgh’s <strong>Dan Getkin</strong> cites Ryan Adams as his entry to the alt-country genre.</p>
<p>“When Cold Roses came out! One of my best friends in college was a big Ryan Adams fan and he showed me some stuff. Then Cold Roses came out, and he’s all over the genre- every album sounds different. That was the one that had it dialed in perfectly, I mean every track! “Blossom” was the first dance at my wedding, so yeah, it’s everywhere.”</p>

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Doors open at 9:30am

Location: PCBC

We will provide coffee, soda, water and breakfast and lunch

No volunteers needed

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http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=ivyct6pab&oeidk=a07efrm6lsx172e11b1 

<p>The indie rock band <strong>Mariage Blanc</strong>, at this point are veterans of the Pittsburgh rock scene. The band was inspired by the songwriting chemistry between frontmen Josh Kretzmer and Matt Ceraso.<br /><br />“We write very well together and don’t have a lot of conflicts, which a lot of times in songwriting partnerships, people struggle with that kind of stuff. We’re always on the same page about things and it just happens to be an easy, natural thing for us to do.

<p>Singer songwriter <strong>Alan Getto</strong> began playing music as a teenager to keep up with some friends who were getting together to jam one summer. He started on harmonica and eventually switched to guitar because he knew he wanted to write his own songs.</p>

August Wilson Center for African-American Culture, 980 Liberty Ave, Pittsburgh PA 15222 Thursday December 6th 

Presented by UPMC Health Plan

7pm Holiday Hootenanny

Doors open- 6pm

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Ticket price $30 in advance/ $35 at the door

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Proceeds benefit WYEP- where the music matters

 

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<p>Treble NLS – “Lately”</p>
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<p>Pittsburgh MC, Treble NLS got his moniker in kind of a round-about way. The rapper first started out under the name “Trouble”</p>
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Title song Day is a day where the songs share the same name as the album. 

Thanking everyone who donated durinf the Fall Membership Campaign and encouranging those who haven't to join at wyep.org.

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