Wednesday, February 18, 2015



Lou and Kevin's Halloween Special featuring The Highland Brothers BandShag Dog Melon HeadWine and SpiritThe Hawkeyes.Highway 4 and Lou Lombardi's Strangelove. Don't miss this SPOoKETACULAR Edition with great Halloween Bumper music too!

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Highland Brothers Band
Justin Highland-lead vocals,rhythm guitar
David Highland-lead guitar,vocals
Vit DeBacco-dobro,lead guitar,vocals
Terry Penrod-bass guitar
L.D. Williams-drums,percussion

It all started in a small shed in January 2009 as 4 guys jamming together 2 times a week. The idea was brought about to form an original,acoustic guitar driven, good ole fashion rock band. We strived to be different...unique....honing our sound,while writing blue collar words for the everyday working stiff, such as ourselves! Added Vit DeBacco in June 2012 to bring that extra something that we felt was missing and haven't looked back since. We are currently working very hard on a new album that we hope will be done in the fall of 2013!
Mark Fennell-Guitar,Vocals /
Brian Stutz-Drums /
Adam Stutz-Bass

We are Shag Dog Melon Head. SDMH are now a three piece from Butler playing original music as well as covers from artists such as Sublime, Citizen Cope, 311, Old Crow Medicine Show, Everlast, Rusted Root, Dispatch, and many more. We enjoy what we do very much and it shows when we play. Check out the music and come check out a show.
Paul Joseph - Vocals, Guitar, and Harmonica
Derek Ruby - Bass, Vocals
Scott Morrison - Drums, Vocals
T.J Hervatine - Lead Guitar

Mick Jagger, Kieth Richards, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, Bruce Springsteen, David Lee Roth, George Harrison, Chris Cheney, Tim Armstrong, Joe Strummer, Joey Ramone, Blink 182, and Jim Joseph.
The Hawkeyes of Pittsburgh, PA play a raw and driving brand of rock ’n roll that is as much about honesty as it is attitude. Drawing upon the storytelling traditions of roots and country music coupled with the driving force of straightforward rock n roll, the Hawkeyes write songs with an anarchic sensibility, biting humor, and phrases that turn on a dime, while their live performances are marked by a lot of sweat, a little blood, and an occasional busted guitar.

Formed in 2010 as a combination of two Pittsburgh alt-country acts, The Jay Wiley Band and The Country Music Gas Station, The Hawkeyes’ ragged style of rock recalls the crunchy guitars and drunken harmonies of Neil Young and Crazy Horse, the roots experimentation of Sticky Fingers and Exile-era Rolling Stones, and the just-right mix of irony and sincerity of current country/southern rock revivalists like The Drive-By Truckers and Lucero.

With this pedigree, The Hawkeyes sing full-throated songs of a world populated by meth-addled truckers, barflies who all used to be somebody, and those not-so-secret secrets you find in every burned-out and boarded-up small town. Using humor (and more than a little empathy), The Hawkeyes shine a light on these characters and their places - and maybe find a little redemption along the way.

We'll be doing this again next week - Thunderbird cafe - Jan 30th w/ Bastard Bearded Irishmen & André Costello and the Cool Minors !
In one week! Secure online ticket purchasing here:

 Many thanks to The Rex Theater & Gorilla Music. ‪#‎hwy4life‬ ‪#‎PGHmusic‬

"Great Rock Band! We are total  Highway 4 freaks! "
                    - The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus
Imagine Jack White producing Led Zeppelin with Lenny Kravitz on you're gettin' close!

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