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The Coda Podcast

  • Byron Nash The Undefinable Musician, Guitarist, Songwriter, and Producer

    17 MAY. 2024 · From: https://byronnashmusic.com/ Byron Nash is undefinable. Pittsburgh-based musician, guitarist, songwriter, and producer Byron Nash has electrified audiences with elevated rock sounds for over a decade, headlining major stages and collaborating with noteworthy artists on a local, regional and national level.
    1h 9m 56s
  • Tom Breiding: The Soul of Blue Collar and The Blues

    17 MAY. 2024 · From: https://tombreiding.com/about Many would say that country music as well as the broader Americana genre are the musical heart and soul of our nation, but singer/songwriter (and working rock guitarist) Tom Breiding has been creating a sub-genre of Americana for decades. A celebrated writer, Breiding focuses on the true heart and soul of America: our laborers and union members. Hailing from West Virginia, a state with a large populous of mine workers and laborers, Breiding has shared an intense artistic connection with the working class heroes of the United States, most especially United Mine Workers of America. Former Collins Music Corporation staff writer, Tom has spent the entirety of his career as a chronicler of small town America and the past decade as a musician in residence for the United Mine Workers of America. Commissioned to write songs by the UMWA, Breiding's anthems were instrumental in preserving the health care and pensions for tens of thousands of retirees and their families in both the “Fairness at Patriot” fight and the "Keep the Promise" campaign. His original ballads have retold the stories and have punctuated the commemorations of many of the most important labor events of the 20th century where Tom has performed them. Breiding’s work with and passion for the UMWA and Wheeling’s Appalachian Institute have taken him all over the U.S. and through every back road and coal town of his home state, West Virginia.  Tom has been invited to perform at the Woody Guthrie Folk Festival in Woody's hometown of Okemah, OK for the past four consecutive years and his 2020 release "Love Commits Me Here" is Tom’s most recent tribute the hard wrought labors of mining, steel, and growing up. In addition to providing the songs for the "Fairness at Patriot" and "Keep the Promise" rallies, Tom Breiding was commissioned by the United Mine Workers Union to write and perform original songs for the the 100 year commemoration of the Ludlow Massacre, the 50 year commemoration of the Farmington mine disaster, the International Inaugurations of Officers, and International President Cecil Roberts lifetime award from the Labor Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C.
    58m 21s
  • The Duo: The Squirrel Hillbillies - Jenny Wolsk and Gary Crouth

    16 MAY. 2024 · From: http://www.squirrelhillbillies.com/about.html From deep within the urban forest of Pittsburgh's East End, the Squirrel Hillbillies often emerge to share their eclectic mix of acoustic roots music, spanning folk, country and blues. They have headlined at venues across the US and the UK. Through a collaborative, nonlinear songwriting process, duo partners Jenny Wolsk and Gary Crouth draw from personal experiences, third-hand stories, and vivid imaginations to craft songs that are unpredictable and quirky yet widely accessible. Their CDs have gotten radio play around the world.
    1h 3m 6s
  • John Vento, The Chameleon of the Pittsburgh Music Scene

    19 ABR. 2024 · From: https://johnvento.com/about/ John Vento is best known as the front man for the high-energy, rhythm and blues group, The Nied’s Hotel Band (www.niedshotelband.com). NHB is quite a collection of great players that has built a stellar reputation for killer original music and live performances. Away from the band Vento works closely with producer/multi- instrumentalist David Granati in creating more stripped down recordings. ”The Nied’s Hotel Band is like a powerful wall of sound, with two guitars, keys, drums, sax, etc., when I create with David we usually just stick to drums, guitar, bass, and voice, the tunes are stripped back for the most part” says Vento.”
    1h 8m 5s
  • Bill Toms, Poet, Soul-Shouter, Guitar Slinger

    12 ABR. 2024 · From: https://billtoms.com/bio Bill Toms is a poet, a soul-shouter and guitar slinger with one foot in the gutter and an eye on the heavens above. And man, does he front a great rock n' soul band!” - Will Kimbrough/
    1h 15m 50s
  • Barbara Blue, The Reigning Queen of Beale Street

    12 ABR. 2024 · From: https://barbarablue.com/biography/ Pittsburgh, PA native Barbara Blue doesn’t remember life without music. Her answer to the question “When did you start singing?” will always be “since the day I was born and my plan is to exit this life the same way”.  Early childhood years were spent singing in church choir, school choir, school band (flute), piano lessons, school plays and with radios throughout the house.
    1h 6m 5s
  • Mark Milovats, International Recording Artist, Television and Radio Host and Entertainer

    12 ABR. 2024 · From : https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-milovats-34b7b79 Mark Milovats is an international recording artist, television and radio host and entertainer. His live shows tout him as America's Premier Showman in the style o Buble, Sinatra, Manilow and Andy Williams His hits include.. Jingle Bells #2, My Way, Mack the Knife, Somethin's Goin On #5 and To Get to You.
    1h 3m 16s
  • Frank Cunimondo and Bob Insko, Pittsburgh Jazz Legends

    21 MAR. 2024 · Frank Cunimondo (born 1934) is an American jazz pianist and educator based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In addition to performing, Cunimondo has taught at Duquesne University and the University of Pittsburgh. (From: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Cunimondo) Bob Insko is a member of the “Phoenix Jazz Project”, a sextet that has wowed audiences from Pittsburgh to Prague. He has performed with nationally acclaimed artists, Harry Connick, Jr., Rob McConnell, and Phil Woods, among others. He is a Music Teacher for the Kiski Area Schools. (http://ronwilsonjazz.com/)
    39m 45s
  • Ron Soltis, Musician, Entertainer & All Around Fun Guy

    15 FEB. 2024 · From: https://www.localwineevents.com/view/event/live-music-ron-soltis/796714 Ron Soltis is a wonderful entertainer, being a professional musician since 1991. He mixes it up with standards, sentimental favorites, some country Johnny Cash, Elvis, Dean Martin, Nat King Cole, etc. to more classic rock, Billy Joel, Elton John, Beatles, Paul Simon, etc. He is well-versed at taking requests from the audience too
    45m 37s
  • Sonny Pugar: Annie Pugar, Sonny's Step Sons - Ben Tryc & Jon Tryc and Sean McDowell

    5 FEB. 2024 · From: https://www.sonnypugar.org/sonnys-bio.html He picked up his first pair of sticks at the age of 2. He began playing drums professionally at the age of 12; at 14 he was working four nights a week in clubs. At 16 he broke the world’s record for longest drum solo. Starting in the 1960s with B. E. Taylor in a band called “The Redcoats,” Sonny began to hone his performance skills. As he matured as an artist, he understood the concept of filling space. “Being a drummer is like painting a picture. But instead of colors and shapes, you use rhythms,” he said.
    33m 52s

Welcome to the Coda Podcast, your sonic journey through the heart and soul of Pittsburgh's rich musical tapestry. Join us as we delve into the vibrant history of Pittsburgh's music...

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Welcome to the Coda Podcast, your sonic journey through the heart and soul of Pittsburgh's rich musical tapestry. Join us as we delve into the vibrant history of Pittsburgh's music scene, a city that echoes with the harmonies and rhythms of generations past.In each episode, we'll embark on a musical exploration through lively conversations and in-depth interviews with the talented musicians who have shaped and defined Pittsburgh's sonic landscape.

So, tune in, turn up the volume, and let the Coda Podcast be your guide as we unravel the symphony of Pittsburgh's musical legacy, one note at a time. Get ready to experience the rhythm, the tales, and the soul of a city that truly marches to its own beat. This is the Coda Podcast – where the stories of Pittsburgh music history come to life.
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