The Commonheart will play at Pittsburgh Winery Friday night, check out the press release below.
The Commonheart formed to invoke emotion through tone and energy, The Commonheart is a band configured of established artists from the Pittsburgh area who came together to create a unique sound for music lovers. “We know exactly what we want to sound like and we are ready to go out and bring it to the people,” said front man Clinton Clegg. The Commonheart takes rock riffs, gritty vocals and a screaming organ to deliver rock ‘n’ roll with a heavy blues, soul and gospel influence. Their music is a true testament to the past, echoing once again the full circle of music and sound.
Miss Amber and the Cheer’ly Men will go on at 7PM.
Join us for a wine-fueled sing-along evening filled with sea shanties and other bawdy songs. The band we put together for Burns Night had so much fun that they want to keep it going. The repertoire will be expanded, but the spirit remains the same. This is NOT a concert. Rather, we will provide song books, and the band will teach the songs to the participants (note, “participants”, not “audience”). Think of it as a choir rehearsal with a buzz.
The idea is to develop a full set of songs that can eventually be performed, with gusto and some semblance of competence, by the entire group. Yes, with hard practice and slavish devotion to this and future Cheer’ly Men sessions, you too can become a member of the band. Well, at least the chorus.
Warning: If you are easily offended, stay home – many of these songs have “dirty words”. Ladies, this is an equal-opportunity chorus – we will certainly be doing tunes that are not particularly complimentary to the boys. Some songs may even be G-rated.
We will post the song list for the evening in advance in case you want to get a head start. Please friend Music Night On Jupiter on Face Book and join the Cheer’ly Men event page on Face Book for this information and other updates.
This will be fun, guaranteed!
The Cheer’ly Men core for this session are: