Things have calmed down a bit here at Skull Fest after a week with three massive shows in the stadiums if you can even call Skull Fest calm. Here you will read about Pittsburgh Concerts this week include Cody Jinks, Michael Franti, UB40, Kehlani, and Skull Fest.
Kehlani (UPMC Events Center) is a sensual R&B/neosoul singer from Oakland, California who has been nominated for a Grammy and who has worked with Cardi B, Justin Bieber, and Post Malone, among others; she has also contributed to the soundtracks for “Suicide Squad” and “The Fate of the Furious.”
Her newest album, “Blue Water Road,” is taking her on tour. She has described it as “an emotional voyage, a sexual adventure, and a spiritual journey.” Rico Nasty and Destin Conrat.The Hello Gone Days Tour features emo veterans Dashboard Confessional, fronted by Chris Carrabba, and indie-rock pioneer Andrew McMahon, who branched out from his work in Jack’s Mannequin and Something Corporate.
They will perform in the Wilderness (Stage AE). “All The Truth That I Can Tell” has been hailed as Dashboard’s “most old-school Dashboard-y collection in years,” and the band is now touring in support of the album. McMahon has opened for Billy Joel at some point this summer. The gangster’s start-up shop.
Americana is a broad genre that includes anything from soft folk to roots rock, as Shovels & Rope’s Mr. Smalls explains. Cary Ann Hearst and Michael Trent, better known as Shovels & Rope, are a husband-and-wife team from South Carolina who is on the noisier end of the musical spectrum.
Watching baseballs get smashed is bad ass! @Cubs @Nationals & thanks to @PatrickWisdom5 @MLB #MLB #Beer30 pic.twitter.com/S8s20zuhff
— Cody Jinks (@CodyJinksMusic) August 16, 2022
They were appropriately dubbed “barroom Americana” by No Depression. They just released their new record, titled “Manticore,” in the Millvale area. Mr. Jack Broadbent will get things started. 7 p.m.
In 2009, for a birthday celebration at Belvedere’s in Lawrenceville, a one-day event with a joking name began: Skull Fest. Now, in 2018, the hardcore/punk/metal festival has expanded to a dozen events spread over different venues. adolescents (former members of The Adolescents playing the self-titled 1981 “Blue Album” in its entirety), Zero Boys (an Indianapolis hardcore band), YDI (a British punk band), No Time (a British punk band), Hounds of Hate (a British punk band), Subversive Rite (a For a timetable, please refer to the final section of this document.
The outlaw country singer from Texas, Cody Jinks, will be performing at the UPMC Events Center in Moon as part of his current tour in support of his 11th studio album, “Mercy,” which was issued with his metal record, “None The Wiser,” with his band Caned By Nod. After the releases of both albums, Jinks said, “Literally, it was being in one studio and walking next door and going from this lovely country song that we’re making to just this incredibly angry metal song, turning a switch.
My sanity depended solely on my ability to write, therefore I had to put that first and foremost. There’s no point in my life if I’m not creating memorable music. I put in a lot of time and effort to become a more skilled writer. At seven o’clock, he was joined by Whitey Morgan and Erin Viancourt.
Bringing You the Best in Rock, Reggae, and Relief (Downtown)
This annual urban festival takes place on Forbes Avenue, near Market Square, Downtown, and features performances by a variety of artists. Past headliners have included British pop-reggae band UB40, who had hits in the ’80s and ’90s with covers of “Red Red Wine,” “(I Can’t Help) Falling in Love with You,” and “I Got You Babe.” Guitarist Robin Campbell, bassist Earl Falconer, drummer Jimmy Brown, and percussionist Norman Hassan are the founding members of the band, with Matt Doyle (who joined in 2021) replacing Ali Campbell on lead vocals.
The Original Wailers (with Al Anderson), The Movement, Maxi Priest, Big Mountain, The Elovaters, and more will also be performing. Cafe Momentum Pittsburgh is a restaurant and culinary training facility that offers comprehensive services to adolescents who have been harmed by the judicial system.
The event kicks in at 1:30 pm. At 9:30 p.m., UB40 will take the stage, and then Roots of Creation will play the after-party.
FIRMLY Going to get a bit rowdy this week on the road! My pals @WhiteyMorgan and the 78’s & @peachpiemusic are joining me in Buffalo (sold out), Baltimore (low ticket warning) and Pittsburgh (20 tix left)! #countrymusic pic.twitter.com/fLodvuW0AJ
— Cody Jinks (@CodyJinksMusic) August 16, 2022
Orlando, Florida’s Cat Ridgeway and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania’s Blues Attack, together with Wexford residents Mark Ferrar, Miguel Sague III, and Maura Elyse, will perform at the annual charity event hosted by Cindy and Ted Yates. Admission is $50, which covers the cost of a meal at the buffet and non-alcoholic beverages, with all proceeds going to Cancer Hope.
Here are seven bands, craftsmen, food vendors, period reenactors, children’s activities, and wagon rides at the Laurel Highlands Bluegrass Festival, held annually in Somerset County’s 4,000-acre Laurel Hill State Park.
On Saturday (from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.), you can catch performances by Echo Valley, Nu-Blu, Colebrook Road, and Marshele Bradford Exchange, and on Sunday (from noon to midnight), you can catch shows by the Robert Mabe Band, Midnight Rooster, and Tiger Maple String Band (1-5 p.m. Sunday).
Franti, a reggae-rocker whose opening slot on the Kenny Chesney tour was repeatedly delayed, will perform at Hartwood Acres’ largest show of the season. “Everyone Deserves Music,” “Say Hey (I Love You),” “Hey Hey Hey,” and “I’m Alive (Life Sounds Like)” are just a few of the tracks that this former member of the Beatnigs and the Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy has released that bring their own brand of brightness. Along with him is the Atlanta hip-hop group Arrested Development, of which Speech is the co-founder and frontman. As of 7:30 PM, the event will start.
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