With Paul Tabachneck and more! Watch this space for details.
An amazing lineup - Dublin's Mark Dignam, New York's Nick Africano, and Brewer's Row, in the fabulously intimate setting of the James Street Gastropub's speakeasy. It's a Wednesday, yes, but we'll get you home before Colbert. This one will be well worth it.
A fundraiser for St. Paul's Nursery School in Mount Lebanon, with music by Brewer's Row, food from Las Chicas Tacos and Franktuary, beer from Insurrection and East End Brewing, raffle and live auction. Tickets are $45 in advance and $55 at the door. Ticket price includes $10 food truck credit and unlimited drinks.
Join us on Saturday, September 10th at 7:00 pm as we team up with host Ben Shannon and good friend Mark Dignam for a very special family-friendly night of music under the stars, with the sound of trains and traffic in the distance. Bring your own bug spray and chair, for a suggested donation of $10-$20.
This year's Rock All Night Tour has us back for an afternoon set at Nied's Hotel, in upriver Lawrenceville. We're on at 4:00, immediately following Slim Forsythe's New Payday Loners.
"Weather Permitting" is an outdoor concert series held weekly throughout the Summer at the Shadyside Nursery, featuring bands, local beers, food trucks and more. On this evening we'll be joined by Molly Alphabet and our very good friends The Wreckids. The fun starts at 6:00. Find out more at http://weatherpermittingpgh.com.
Come to a real Northside block party benefitting the Spring Garden Club, a group dedicated to making a great neighborhood even greater. There will be good food and good beer and good music (that would be us), all for a suggested donation of $5. The event takes place on Rickenbach Street between Suismon Street and Ahlers Way.
Brewer's Row join Raven & Wren - Chris and Junior from the Rustlanders, Natalie and Bob from Pure Cane Sugar - at the James Street Gastropub on Monday, July 18th. Doors open at 7:00. We go on at 8:00 sharp.
Check out this amazing lineup for the Wigle Whiskey Barrelhouse on Saturday, July 9th!
12pm The Fed
1pm As Ladders
2pm The Mixus Brothers
3pm Heather Kropf
4pm Some Kind of Animal
5pm Paul Tabachneck
6pm Brewer’s Row
7pm Morgan Erina
8pm Brooke Annibale
9pm Agnes Wired for Sound
Go to http://deutschtownmusicfestival.org/ for details.
Saturday, June 18th the Pittsburgh Winery presents “Who’s Your Daddy?”, a concert featuring local musician dads performing with their talented offspring (or vice versa!) and benefitting the Myasthenia Gravis Association of Western PA. Brewer's Row's Mark Hohman will be there with two of his talented offspring, Leah and Nicholas. In addition, you'll see Mark Dignam with son Cian and daughter Grainne, Ben Valasek with daughter Isabel, Luke Gallagher with dad Dan, and a special performance by Sugar Daddy and the Big-Boned Girls. Doors open at 8:00. The show begins at 8:30. Tickets are $15 in advance, and $20 at the door, for a very good cause.
Tickets are available at https://www.showclix.com/event/whos-your-daddy.
Brewer's Row join Weird Paul and Jim Bogacz (aka Bogz) at Club Café next Saturday, May 28th. Doors open at 10:00; the music starts at 10:30. We're up last, but don't let that keep you home on a Saturday night.
Here's some exciting news. Each day next week, beginning on Monday March 21st, WYEP (91.3 FM in Pittsburgh) will air a short spot as part of their "Local 913" program, featuring an interview of our Nicholas by Cindy Howes followed by the song "In the Night" from our album, There Was a Time We were Kids. They were good enough to share the exact times that the spot is scheduled, so we're going to share them with you.
- Monday 3/21: 9:30am
- Tuesday 3/22: 8:30pm
- Wednesday 3/23: 11:30am
- Thursday 3/24: 10:30pm
- Friday 3/25: 2:30pm
- Saturday 3/26: 9:30am
- Sunday 3/27: 2:30pm
In case you're not near a radio any of those times (or in case you want to listen to it over and over, like some of us might) you'll also be able to listen via their website after 9:30 Monday morning.
When you've heard it, you just might want to let the nice folks there know just how much you like hearing your favorite band on their radio station. (That applies even if your favorite band isn't the same as mine!) That's the only way they'll know that it makes a difference to you.