Rapper, Mars Jackson, originally from New York, has called Pittsburgh home for most of his life.
“Twelve six is a pitch; a baseball pitch that’s kind of a curve ball. I love baseball, so it was nice to draw it from a band name that we can also use baseball themes in our art. It comes with its own esthetic.”
Kenia Acioly-Ashby is a noted vocalist and owner of Mooka Entertainment, a production company that promotes Brazilian and Latin culture in Pittsburgh
Don Strange, front man for the group Strange Monsters, has appeared in a few different forms in recent years.
Soul Man Idasa Tariq is a rapper, an activist, a media literacy teacher and a business owner.
Dan Bubien and band perform at WYEP's Local Music Happy Hour on February 16, 2017.
Originally from Liberal, Kansas, Judith Avers found her way to Pittsburgh in 2010 for her wife’s residency and since then has been a mainstay in the close-knit songwriting community.
Pittsburgh indie rock band, Standard Broadcast just released their debut self-titled album in October.
Chrome Moses at their core are a rock and roll band – formed about ten years ago by childhood friends TJ Connelly and Joe Piacquadio (Pee-yacka-deeyo) and originally called The Wheels.
Rapper Choo Jackson, originally from Vero Beach, Florida moved up to Chambersburg, PA to pursue music
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