... adapting the mellow musical stylings of Lady Gaga, Lou Reed, Mr. Rogers, Sly Stone, and Snoop Dogg!
Leavened with 90% Blues Orphans originals.
A subbbtle blend of Pittsburgh soul, hillbilly hiphop, beatnik bebop, rockabilly satire. Tupac Shakur meets Kinky Friedman
, a cool cat, on guitar & vocals, songwriter (funny but clean lyrics, folks). The Chief!
Nelson Harrison , trombone and trombetto and vocals... veteran of the Count Basie Orchestra, Dionne Warwicke, James Brown, The (original) Supremes and the (original) Temptations,
Mary Wells, Little Stevie Wonder; inventor, psychologist, Pittsburgh Jazz Network founder, metaphysicist, composer, etc.
Bob's brother Andy Gabig, blues harp, jaw-dropping. How'd he do that!!???
Roger Day, a.k.a. Professor Beautiful, pan-ethnic tuba-sin-fronteras-- all jazz, all latino, all klezmer, all funk, all ears. Bellevue, 565 Lincoln Avenue. A really nice funky room, 15 minutes west of Pittsburgh.
"He's considered a living legend among jazz musicians. Blind since birth, Lou Schreiber continues to overcome the odds.
This musical genius from Bellevue has played with some of the greatest musicians who have ever lived.
His versatility on the piano, sax, clarinet, and flute set him apart from the other greats."
The new restaurant GRILLE 565 is now open! Serving downstairs in the music "salon" as well as upstairs.
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