HughShows Blog has featured thousands of original live band photos and has conducted over 1000 musician interviews (including Brian Wilson, Mavis Staples, and Bruce Hornsby) since starting. With the original ‘First/Last’ questionnaire, you get a sense of where the musician has come from and where they are going with their artistic expression.
“For a while there, it was just Cameron writing songs, mostly about travelling, trying not to be a shithead, and the looming inevitability of death–you know, the things you worry about in your twenties. He released a couple of lo-fi solo EPs, a split with Boston’s The Michael Character, and shouted in a lot of basements throughout the midwest and northeast.
Towards the end of 2015, Lawn Care went full-band to record the high-energy, three-song EP “Out of Sorts.” The new lineup, featuring Harrison Thurman on bass and John Paul Zigterman on drums, honed their live sound, playing shows with Chris Farren, Emperor X, Mal Blum, Sinai Vessel, and Koji.”…read more ➜
“Three artists from three extremely different ends of the music spectrum, inspired by technology and the constant pursuit of innovation, have combined to form little good bad ( + – ). A soulful pop singer, a punk rock drummer and an electronic producer make up this hybrid pop group of musical misfits.”…read more ➜
“The hardest working band in Pittsburgh. The Beagle Brothers have been Pittsburgh’s premiere country
band for over 10 years. They are the foundation of the “Bloomfield Sound,” which mixes honky-tonk and classic country with an accelerated, high energy performance.”…
I am excited to share with you the lead off single to the upcoming album Dylar by Pittsburgh noise rockers Bat Zuppel which drops September 22nd via Wild Kindness Records. You can actually score it early when the band has their CD release a week prior at Spirit on September 15th with special guests Langston Kelly Human DJ and It It…read more ➜
“Chase and the Barons bring rock n’ roll back out onto the dance floor, donning paisley ties, brightly colored jeans, and a generally groovy look. Since their formation in 2016, the band has been hitting the Pittsburgh music scene hard with memorable shows, filled with energy and style.”…read more ➜
“At the core of Brother From Another Mother is the Dyjamic Duo of Dave Hamilton and Dennis Malley. Each of them singer-songwriters in their own right, they discovered a musical chemistry that necessitated the forming of the BFAM collective. BFAM uses the written song as a launch vehicle into the magical improvised moments that are not duplicated from
one performance to the next. In the 15 months since they started playing together, multiple talented artists have joined Dave and Dennis for full-band performances, including drummers Sam Hogan and Dave Resto, and bass players Dustin Becker, Brandon Walsh, and Brian McStay.”…
HughShows 14 Hour Plastic Technicolor Inevitable Summer Exploding Love Dream We are one month away from this all-day, ALL FREE show! The bands are working hard on learning covers from 1967 and with this eclectic of a lineup, …read more ➜