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Dave Yoho's Yinzide Out Open Stage Max's Allegheny Tavern North Side

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Dave Yoho's Yinzide Out Open Stage Max's Allegheny Tavern North Side

Time: October 2, 2009 from 7pm to 11pm
Location: Max's Allegheny Tavern Ratskeller
Street: 537 Suismon Street
City/Town: Pittsburgh, PA. 15212
Website or Map: http://www.maxsalleghenytaver…
Phone: 412-231-1899
Event Type: open, stage, jam, session
Organized By: Dave Yoho
Latest Activity: Sep 28, 2014

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Yinzide Out hosts a Friday Night "Blues" Open Stage at
Max's Allegheny Tavern Ratskeller, located on Pittsburgh's North Side.
This October 2nd episode of the Yinzide Out band consists of Dave Yoho(drums) of The Blues Orphans, Frank Giove(guitar) of The Blues Bombers and Keith Gamble(bass) of The Blues Train.

With Special Appearances by:
CHIZMO CHARLES (Pittsburgh legend of the Blues)
BILL WEINER (Featuring his new CD "juicin' the blues")
BUBS MCKEG & DR. BLUE (2009 W.PA. Blues Society International Blues Challenge Duo Winner)



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Comment by Dave Yoho on September 23, 2009 at 4:14pm
Hi Buddy the B3 will not fit. If you are able to, bring a small set of keys please. The Ratskeller is small and the stage area is very small. It will be a challenge as it is with the current lineup of core trio, percussionist, horns, big restaurant booth. peace, looking forward to seeing yinz again. Dave
Comment by Buddy Chase on September 23, 2009 at 5:30am
Dave, We will attend (The Rare Form Band) Do you have room for my B3

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