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Puscifer takes over at Stage AE!

On Wednesday, June 29th, my husband and I had the pleasure of attending the Puscifer show at Stage AE in Pittsburgh, PA. Prior to the show I was asked, “I wonder if Maynard will hide like he does with Tool?” He most certainly did not! Maynard, along with front lady, Carina Round, were right up front in the very showy, theatrical, highly entertaining form of Puscifer. I will have to say, this may have been...

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End of an Era – Saying Goodbye to the Keynote Cafe

The Keynote Cafe in Jeannette, PA started twelve years ago because the owner Jill Sorrels wanted to hear more music. The last Saturday in June was the venue’s final show. Jill had decided it was time to retire. The show started at noon and there was act after act continuously until after midnight.  Even though the venue is in a small town in southwestern PA, the amount of talent that played the last day was...