We are a 5-piece hard rock band hailing from Moon Township, Pennsylvania. We play a style of rock music that blends the classic sounds of band such as Lynard Skynard and AC/DC with the modern tastes of the Foo Fighters and The Menzingers
Dragline is PABST FUELED ROCK 'n' ROLL!
You may have heard some whispers recently about Ellie Lee Oldfield, the up-and-coming, Pittsburgh based singer/songwriter fresh on the scene – and taking it by storm. Her hair and edgy style may catch your attention first, but it’s her vocal range and musical flare that will suck you in from the first to final note. Covering everything from classic rock to modern pop while infusing her own new-day punk vibes, audiences of all genres are more than satisfied. But, it doesn’t end there. While pursuing her musical journey, Ellie began writing original material which she weaves into her live show at just the right moment.
Ellie feels that she was “born with music” in her soul and, with talent that goes beyond her young years, she’s ready to share her music with the world. The singer/songwriter has been playing live shows two-three times a week in the local and surrounding areas and has a consistent upcoming schedule.
Duck Duck Goose is a psychedelic funk rock band hailing from Central Pennsylvania that has amassed quite a unique following up and down the east coast. Brought together by their shared love of musical heroes and inspirations, they began their musical journey in the spring of 2012. At the core of Duck Duck Goose lies an overwhelming love of the musical stylings of The Beatles, The Grateful Dead, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin and The Jimi Hendrix Experience as well as the jazz expressionisms of John Coltrane and Miles Davis. The band strives to give their audience a performance like no other, with a little something for everyone.
As a staple of the regional music festival scene, Duck Duck Goose has made appearances at Peace of Mind Fest, Liberty Fest, A Bear’s Picnic, Froggy Daze and Still Meadows Revue. The band also organizes their own music festival, Duck Duck Goose Family Campout, in an attempt to bring area musicians together and showcase their local music scene. In 2013 they were invited to play at the annual battle of the bands at the Fest for Beatles Fans held in New York. Outside of playing for live crowds, they have also played live on the air for WQSU at the Susquehanna University campus in Selinsgrove, PA.
At the present time, they are working on producing their first original album, which will be released later in 2017. Along with their debut album, they are also in the planning stages of their annual music festival.
Met through otherworldly forces. Practiced in an attic. Jammed in a bar. Recorded in a forest. Looking to change the universe.
Philadelphia born and raised singer/songwriter Giana Lynn has been working avidly to play her music out for others, both at local venues and farther away. Highlights over the 18 months include Giana Lynn appearing at Pink Moon Festival 8 in West Virginia, Artscape in Maryland, the Tri-County State Fair in New Jersey, The Tacony Summer Concert Series in Philadelphia, SawTown Tavern's Fringe on the Fringe night in Philadelphia, and more!
Giana Lynn's first full-length album, My Glass Heart, is available now! The sound could be described as pop/folk, though it has been deemed deep pop due to the subject matter. It features ten songs Giana wrote on the ukulele exploring long distance and not-so-long distance love, friendships, and self reflection. The thoughts, both light and dark, that bounce around Giana's head were wrapped up in catchy melodies to make up My Glass Heart and bring a piece of her to your ears.
Giana began dabbling in the art of composition at the early age of six. When her loved ones first heard City of Darkness in D Minor, they knew that that moment marked the beginning of a lifetime of creating music for her. Giana's fervor for creative writing not only continued, but intensified as she grew older. At age eleven she began to write songs with lyrics regularly, at age twelve she began to pen short (and not-so-short) stories as well. When Giana reached high school in the year of 2008, she decided to take her songwriting more seriously.
At the age of fifteen, she put that decision to work and churned out songs with more sound structures and accompaniments. When she began to attend Arcadia University in 2012, she, even more so, seriously considered maturing her musical style and lyrics, and fiercely chasing her dreams of becoming a full-time musician. As a self-taught vocalist (aside from any choral instruction at the theater camp she attended from summers 2007-2012), she learned to write songs that better fit her vocal range through trial and error. She began to compose more orchestral compositions with the hopes of working in the film or video game score industry. She decided to switch majors from theatre to music and was accepted into Temple University, which she began to attend the following school year - in 2013.
However, in autumn of 2013, Giana withdrew from school with a burning desire to chase her dreams on her own terms. Although she did withdraw from college that Fall, the end of 2013 and beginning of 2014 progressed with passionate, positive energy as Giana was preparing to record her EP Gianre, a pun based on the variety of genres included on the eight-song EP combined with her name. The sessions began as early as February of 2014 and continued to run all the way into October of 2014. Gianre was released on November 18th, 2014. Her first full-length album, My Glass Heart, was released on July 11th, 2017. Giana hopes to continue to play shows wherever possible and start recording a another album as 2018 approaches.
Giana lives by several philosophies including, but certainly not limited to, treat others the way you yourself want to be treated, be kind whenever possible: it is always possible, (Dalai Lama) and, in her own words, aspire to inspire. Her ultimate goal is to touch peoples' souls with her music the way her own soul has been embraced a multitude of times by others' music, and to inspire people to truly live the life of which they dream.
A Life Well Lived formed in June 2016 when guitarists Alex Martin and Ben McConahy began writing music together. The band began playing local shows with a revolving line-up until September when the officially added vocalist Damian Cabrera, Drummer Zack Leya, and Bassist Cal Holmby. In October, the band started recording their debut EP with Michael Matsakis at New Galaxy Records. In January 2017, Cal left the band leaving the band with only four members. Soon after, Damian took over rhythm guitar duties and Alex began playing bass thus making them a four-piece. On March 24th, A Life Well Lived released their EP titled "While You Move Forward...".
Some people say there is no truth in advertising. They’re wrong. The truth is Truth in Advertising has been hanging around the Pittsburgh area since 1999. What started out as a group of friends hanging out and making each other laugh has evolved into a beloved acoustic act with two full-length albums, years of performing experience and a love song written for a cat.
T ‘n A (as fans affectionately call the band) currently comprises Billy (Seán O’Donnell) and Fred (Fred Betzner). Billy plays guitar; Fred plays harmonica and accordion; both sing; and neither really dances well. Both are avid, experienced performers: Billy’s solo projects have received radio airplay on stations including WYEP 91.3 FM, and Fred has written, directed and performed in plays around Pittsburgh.
T ‘n A has played a plethora of Pittsburgh-area bars and venues: Shadow Lounge, Club Cafe, Brillobox, Geno’s, Walnut Grill, Point Park University, University of Pittsburgh and others. T ‘n A shows feature mostly original music, and their songs have infectious melodies and smart, quirky lyrics. Songs covered in the past include “Only Gay Eskimo,” “Eternal Flame,” “Bust A Move” and “A Mighty Wind.”
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You can buy the album Inconsequential Background Music from iTunes. It's only $10. And interesting. We trust you.
We are Raven's Law, a four piece Metalcore band from Erie, PA
Upcoming post-hardcore band ready to come onto the scene and tear it up!