Alright blues fans. We are blessed with the beautiful people who show up to see us, thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!!!
As I mentioned in the last update, Mike Sheffler has taken over as our drummer. Vinnie, Ned, and Bobby thank you for all your hard work Mike! Mike came aboard in June, and has never looked back. He fell right in and his hard work was rewarded on sat. Aug. 27th. We returned to the Palace for the TGIS finale to take the main stage with our other brother’s, “Hamilton Ave”, “The Supper Break String Band”, “The Bricks”, and “Neon Swing Experience”. As I have said in the past, playing main stage at the Palace is an honor, and a privilege. So many top name acts from across the globe have played there and we are humbled by the experience.
Thank you Kelli Brisbane!!!!! All your hard work, along with all the volunteers of the “Westmoreland Cultural Trust” have made this venue a beautiful place to see some of the best names in theater and music In the tri-state area.
On to September, we hit the acoustic road for “the Diaz club on Sept. 2, (yes that’s right I said Sept. 2). Ned , Vinnie and Bob hit the acoustic road to rock “Albert And The Homey’s”. Can you believe where we are in this year?
On Sept. 3rd, Vinnie and Bobby hit the beautiful new “Nine Bar” in Greensburg for our acoustic night, it’s outside on the patio, and I just checked the weather, “around 78 degrees with low humidity”, the Blues Gods have smiled upon us. Please join us for the Labor Day weekend.
On Sept. 11th, the band heads to hometown South Greensburg and the AMS club. This is our first time this year and we expect allllllll!!!! of our extended family to show . It always seems easy to get there, but hard to get home from the AMS, but satisfying!
Next in Sept. on the 17th, we go to Rosa’s anniversary party in Latrobe. What an honor! Thank you so much for asking us to join in your celebration.
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Watch for upcoming dates on the site and as always,
“KEEP ON BLUESIN”