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Long Live Woody Guthrie

James Street Gastro Pub Ballroom, James Street, Northside Pittsburgh

Long Live Woody Guthrie is an annual Pittsburgh based tribute to the life, works and all around influence of America's greatest Dust Bowl poet; which seeks is to highlight Guthrie alongside contemporary musicians that still go ramblin round.

Bill Whalen of Gleasons Drift Bryan McQuaid Dave Manchester of Arlo Aldo Devin Moses and the Saved Dylan Rooke and Red Coal Elkhound Tim Vitulo Band


Join the International Socialist Organization - Pittsburgh as we enjoy live music with musicians Mike Miller (Endless Mike & the Beagle Club), Dylan Rooke & Red Coal, Benefits, and Bryan McQuaid to raise funds for an essential non-profit organization called the Center for Economic Research and Social Change (CERSC)!



Early Show, 9 Sharp, 21+ $5

Bob Fleming and the Drunk Girl Chorus is a two person one man band from North Carolina, Bringing songs of sadness, darkness, bourbon, and murder.

"what whiskey would sound like if it could sing" - mathew goshow

Old Joy - sincere tunes spun from the headspace from your favorite local Belve's manager and Kombucha t'coon

Bryan McQuaid- Coal Dust Country, Rustbelt Rock and Soul, Rhythm and Booze


Adam Lee, Kayla Schureman, Bryan McQuaid

Howlers, 4509 Liberty Ave,, Pittsburgh, PA 15224

Starts at 9 sharp, early show. $5

Adam Lee- traditional Country/ Roots songwriter from Chicago. Pulls all the great elememts from classic country, rockabilly ballads and contemporary students of the legends. "You may get pulled in the door with the voice, but you will stick around for the songwriting... the witty lines and turns and stories are many, and the quality stays top shelf throughout" -- Saving Country Music

Kayla Schureman- Pittsburgh based songstress and balladette, strong soulfull and sombre tunes good enough to wake the greats from their eternal sleep.

Bryan McQuaid- Coal Dust Country, Rustbelt Rock & Soul, Rhythm and Booze