Local Music

Local 913, Episode 59: Cold Weather

 
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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.”

Local 913, Episode 58: Locks & Dams

 
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“Barbeque Rock and Post Country!”

Local 913, Episode 57: Morgan Erina

 
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“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. 

Local 913 Live: The Boogie Hustlers

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

Local 913, Episode 56: Zoob

 
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“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.”

Local 913, Episode 55: The Buckle Downs

 
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“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.”

Local 913, Episode 54: Wooly Woman

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

Local 913, Episode 53: Joe Grushecky

 
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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. 

Local 913, Episode 52: Standard Broadcast

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

Local 913, Episode 51: Brewer's Row

 
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When Nicholas Hohman, frontman for the band Brewer’s Row came home from college about ten years ago, he discovered the most likely bandmates for his new project were in his own family.

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