Metal Joins Autism: Friday July 16th at Sub Alpine

Hey Guyz What’s Rockin’ on this Saturday night???? I’ll tell you what will be rockin’ this coming Friday July 16th, the Metal Joins Autism show at @SUB Alpine Society being put on by Doyle of activeandautistic.com/ and the show will benefit Band Together Pittsburgh!! Stop by the show to check out Desolence, Strangle The Witness, Feast on the Fallen, and Lost in the Mutiny!! This show is all ages so bring everyone out!!! Also while...

the Pennsylvania Rock Show #573 Interview Session

www.buildthescene.com/chelsea-ritenour/ Chelsea Ritenour, former host of Armstrong Neighborhood Channel’s Music Talks show, opera singer, vocal teacher, and rock vocalist of the up and coming band, The Fall of Me joins Bill for Episode 573 of the Pennsylvania Rock Show. featuring music from: Corners of Sanctuary, Transcendence, Karkizz, Across the Dawn Segment 1 With Chelsea Ritenour How did you come up with the band name, The Fall of Me? Where did music start for you? Do...

the Pennsylvania Rock Show #572 Interview Session

www.buildthescene.com/pocket-cowboys/ Lou,  from  Philadelphia’s  band, The  Pocket  Cowboys  joins  Bill  for  episode  572  of  the  Pennsylvania Rock  Show. Segment 1 with Lou from the Pocket Cowboys Where did the name Pocket Cowboys come from? How did the band form? We talk about the band’s recent signing with UK Indie Label, Revolver Records. What would the sountrack between shows be like while you were on tour? If you could play any venue with any band, what...

the Pennsylvania Rock Show #571 Interview Session

www.buildthescene.com/the-cheats/ On episode 571, Pittsburgh’s sleaziest punk rock n’ roll band, The Cheats joined Bill to talk about their band, past bands, wishes and more. Featuring music from: Dragline, Six Bar Break, The Cheats, Royal Honey, Rocky Dennis Face, 13 Saints, Unbroken Soul Interview Segment 1 with The Cheats Where did your band name come from? Your band kind of takes the term regional/national act to a different level, tell us about your current line...