Friday, November 20th - Brewer's Row at the Wigle Distillery in Pittsburgh's Strip District - no cover, open to the public! Watch this space for details!
...got a sneak peek at the new album. Did they get into it? What do you think?
RawDraw is a high-impact drawing event where over 40 local artists create original drawings before your eyes in two hour-long sessions to be silently auctioned off at the end of the night. Proceeds from the event provide direct support to programming at the North Side's Neu Kirche Contemporary Art Center.
Experience art in the making, live local music (That would be us!), and great food, all for just $10!
For information about Neu Kirche, go to http://neukirche.org/.
Friday, October 2nd, Brewer's Row returns to the Wigle Whiskey Barrelhouse and Whiskey Garden, where we opened the season back in May. If you were there, you know it was a hell of a good time. October's event is part of a weekend-long celebration called "Next 3 Days in Troy Hill". Next 3 Days is an event series created by the Urban Redevelopment Authority, the Office of the Mayor of Pittsburgh and NEXTpittsburgh (www.nextpittsburgh.com) in order to shine a light on the many charming and unique Pittsburgh neighborhoods that make our city so great.
A $25 ticket includes two signature drinks from Wigle and delicious food from Troy Hill spots "Scratch" and "Pear & the Pickle Café and Market". The Wigle Barrelhouse is at 1055 Spring Garden Avenue in Spring Garden (15212). Tickets are available at http://wiglewhiskey.com/next-3-days-troy-hill.
September 16th Brewer's Row opens for Low Cut Connie at the Smiling Moose!
This coming Friday, August 21st, come down to the Bayardstown Social Club's "Happy Hours" and see our Nicholas open for The Mavens. Happy Hours starts at 6:00. Nicholas goes on at 7:30. Happy Hours is free for club members; $5 for non-members. The Bayardstown Social Club is at 3008 Penn Avenue in the Strip (Pittsburgh, PA, 15201).
Next up - Lawrenceville's Rock All Night Tour! We'll be at Nied's Hotel at 5:00 sharp on Saturday, August 15th.
The Deutschtown Music Festival is today! If you look at this awesome map, about halfway up and just left of center you'll see Arnold's Tea. That's where we'll be playing from 3:00 till 3:45. The festival itself goes on from before noon till past midnight, with over 100 bands at 24 venues, and all for free!
We got our assignment for the Deutschtown Music Festival, and we're very happy with it. (They're calling it "tentative", but the festival has published the information, so so will we.) We will be at Arnold's Tea at 3:00. It's an all-ages venue, it's free, and there's lots, lots more to take in, before and after. Arnold's Tea is at 502 East Ohio Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15212.
The Festival is on Saturday, July 11th, and runs from noon or so until late night. There are twenty-four venues and over a hundred bands.
You can see the entire schedule here - http://deutschtownmusicfestival.org/lineup/.
...Brewer's Row will be on hand to help Wigle Whiskey open their Barrelhouse and Whiskey Garden for the 2015 Summer Season! The party goes on from 6:00 till 9:00. A $25 ticket gets you two of their amazing cocktails, a sample from a tapped cask, a share of a roast pig, and a couple hours of Brewer's Row, up close and personal.
(Sorry folks. This event is sold out.)
When you scroll to the bottom of any of the pages of this website, you'll find these friendly, familiar icons...
Clicking on one will take you to Brewer's Row's YouTube, Facebook, or Twitter page, respectively. So if you're one of that kind, click away. We'll see you on the other side!
...at the Thunderbird Café, on March 6, 2015.
This guy - Nick Africano - is going to be performing this song - 15 Flowers - with the full Brewer's Row band as his backup, this coming Friday, March 6th at the Thunderbird Café, and you don't want to miss it!
I am extremely pleased to be able to confirm that on Friday, March 6th, Brewer's Row will be joined by both Nick Africano and Paul Tabachneck at the Thunderbird Café, for what I promise will be a extraordinary night of music. Nick and Paul are each an enormously talented songwriter and entertainer. They have each released a terrific solo album in this past year. Either one by himself would be worth getting out and driving in and staying up and shelling out way more than you'll need to see them each on stage, back-to-back, in this one place, on this one night. If you happen not to know them, I encourage you to do some Internet research.
Oh yeah, Brewer's Row will be there, too, and not a moment too soon, not for some people, not for me. We're going to give you some new stuff, some good old stuff, and some stuff you haven't heard from us in a long time. Then we're going to bring our guests up onstage and do something historic.
Our Nicholas has (in addition to writing three quarters of the music we perform, and working his butt off every time we perform it) created a poster to promote and to celebrate this upcoming event, and you see it here.
The Thunderbird Café is at 4023 Butler Street in Lawrenceville (15201). Showtime is 9:00 sharp.
See you there!