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May 20: House Concert & Booksigning with Steve Katz, founder of Blood, Sweat & Tears

Posted on 06 May 2016 (0)

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Steve Katz
Original Member, Blues Project and Blood, Sweat, & Tears
Friday, May 20th, 2016
6:00 Reception/Book Signing 7:00pm $20 BYOB

This concert is in part a fundraiser for the Zelienople Public Library.

Steve has shared a very honest, sometimes uncomfortable, expression of his years in the Rock Industry as a member of one of the most successful groups (BS&T) one of the most intense and ground breaking (Blues Project) and producer of Lou Reed’s 2 most successful albums.

About Steve Katz
What can you expect from a musician who started his career studying guitar with Dave Van Ronk and the Reverend Gary Davis? Quite a bit! Steve Katz’s diverse career includes playing with The Even Dozen Jug Band, the Danny Kalb Quartet, The Blues Project, Blood, Sweat & Tears, and American Flyer, with Craig Fuller of Pure Prairie League and Doug Yule from The Velvet Underground. He has produced albums for Lou Reed. Steve Katz will give you a show you will not soon forget.

Bottlebrush Gallery & Center for the Arts
539 Main Street “On the Square”
Harmony, PA 16037 724.452.0539
Limited Seating in Small Venue ~ RSVP Required
Zelienople Library Reception and Book Signing at 6 PM
HITH@zoominternet.net
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Summer Art Classes for Kids 2016! June 27-30

Posted on 06 May 2016 (0)

Our first week of summer classes for children and youth is ready! Click on “Child/Teen Classes” on the top menu bar. To register, call the Gallery any day but Monday from 11am-4pm. Full list of classes here: http://bottlebrusharts.com/?page_id=1423

Apr 22: House Concert – Grammy Nominees Eric Brace & Peter Cooper (Nashville)

Posted on 13 April 2016 (0)

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Grammy nominees Eric Brace & Peter Cooper have created a body of work that reflects their journalistic sensibilities, a love of harmony and wry humor, and their deep respect for the masters that inspired them and whom they’ve played with.

“The November 2014 show featuring the Nashville duo of Eric Brace and Peter Cooper presented two musicians who were so in sync with each other that even their between song banter seemed to harmonize. The show was harmony at its purest. Their voices and guitars blended together perfectly, demonstrating to the appreciative crowd that music can be rich and full and remarkably simple at the same time. The intricacies of the harmonies indicate that a lot of wood-shedding and hard work went into arranging and learning them, yet the delivery was so natural it seemed like they were made up on the spot. These are obviously two guys who love what they do and spend as much time as they possibly can doing it.” –Bruce Hoffman

http://redbeetrecords.com/eric-brace-peter-cooper


Come out and support local, live music!
Friday, April 22, 2016  7:00 PM
$15 Admission      RSVP –Advanced sales  BYOB | Bring Snacks to Share
Call (724) 452-0539 or email HITH @ zoominternet.net 

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Apr 8: House Concert – Chad Elliott with special guest Chris Milholland

Posted on 23 March 2016 (0)

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Chad Elliott bought his first guitar at an Omaha pawn shop, a dreadnought next to the used guns and knives. He took it home, slowly taught himself to fingerpick and began transposing his poetry writing into original songs. Chad is a fine crafter of wonderful story songs in a richly poetic fashion. His stage presence and guitar styling complement his work and will make you want to hear even more of him.

Chris Milholland is a local guitarist and one of the regulars around town. You may know him best for the incredible masonry work at the Harmony Inn, but you will know him better when you sit and listen to his guitar work.

Friday, April 8th 2016, 7:00 PM, $15 Admission

RSVP to the Gallery, 724.452.0539. Open seating.  BYOB | Bring Snacks to Share

Mar 18 and 19: St. Patrick’s Dinner and Show w/ The Ploughshare Poets!

Posted on 22 February 2016 (0)

***UPDATE:  Dinner sold out for  Saturday. Dinner and Show tickets still available for Friday, but limited!

Special Event – 5th Annual Dinner and Celtic Music Show. Join us for dinner with the band before our big St. Patrick’s show!

Where: Bottlebrush Gallery & Center for the Arts
When: Friday & Saturday, March 18 & 19, 2016.  Buffet 5:00pm-6:30pm; show 7:00pm-10:00pm. Your choice of evening!

Cost: $45 per person includes full dinner and evening show.  Show only, $20. Advance reservations and payment required.  BYOB.

About The Ploughshare Poets:
Ryan Stauffer and Vade King are The Ploughshare Poets, a popular duo at the Bottlebrush known for their boisterous Celtic music, strong harmonies, clever banter, and impromptu parades through the streets of Harmony. Far from being a kitschy pub band, they are masters of the history and cultural importance of Scottish and Irish music. Expert musicians, the Poets play bagpipes, guitar, whistles, drums, and bouzouki. Ryan has played bagpipes for 20 years and makes his own small pipes. Vade played extensively in England and Scotland and was the lead singer of “Colin’s Way” for 10 years.

Open Seating at Show.

Weather-permitting, each show ends with a big pipes and drum march from the Square to The Harmony Inn.

Menu: Appetizer Irish Rarebit Mussels ~ House Salad Mixed Greens, Tomatoes, Cheese, Cucumbers, and Onion ~ Entree Beef Brisket w/Mushroom Gravy ~Herbed Potatoes ~ Carrots & Turnips ~ Festive Dessert ~ Coffee & Tea ~ Irish Soda Bread/Buns.

These shows sell out every year. Don’t wait to make your reservations! Saturday is a particularly popular night.

Friday, March 18th & Saturday March 19th, 2016
Buffet Dinner 5:00pm-6:30pm / Show 7:00pm.
Bottlebrush Gallery & Center for the Arts
539 Main Street “On the Square”
Harmony, PA 16037
$45 Admission for Dinner & Show; $20 for Show Only. Contact the Gallery to make your reservations.
Limited Seating ~ Advance RSVP. Payment required at registration.