Adeline Hotel is the moniker of singer songwriter Dan Knishkowy, who recently relocated to Pittsburgh from Brooklyn. Knishkowy released his debut album a little over a year ago on Pittsburgh’s Future Oak Records. The follow up to “Leave the Lights” is his current EP “How Strange It Is To See,” officially out August 4th. Adeline Hotel is known for its revolving guest musicians and this release is no different with bass work from Jay Vega, who also engineered, mixed and mastered the collection at his Wilderness Recording Studios. This four song compilation is highlighted by “Left On Jewel.” A song about lost love and a city abandoned.
Knishkowy closes the track with the verse: “I swore off the city, I swore off the lights Could’ve sworn that what wasn’t best was what I left behind But I swore to myself When it was time to take that right and leave that night”
Adeline Hotel will be at Pittsburgh Winery, Thursday (tonight) August 6th for their EP release show. They are accompanied by the Emily Rodgers Band and Molly Alphabet. The Pittsburgh Winery is coated at 2815 Penn Avenue in the Strip District. Show starts at 8pm. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. Adeline Hotel will also be releasing the EP in Brooklyn August 14 at The Living Room, with Ben Seretan and Minor Moon.