From iconic odes to "that ribbon of highway" or "life from both sides now " to "come senators, congressmen please heed the call," singer/songwriters make indelible impressions on our hearts, minds and culture.
Pittsburgh's own Henry Bachorski has been composing since grade school (a while back), and his original songs are youthful, wise and engaging.
At 6:30 on Wednesday, March 15, Henry will be joined by Eric George: drums/vocals; Jessica Hoffman: violin/vocals; Bridget McCrum: guitar/vocals; Jesse Prentiss: upright bass/vocals; Guy Alexander Russo: keyboards/vocals and Nathan Zoob: guitar/vocals at the Andrew Carnegie Free Library and Music Hall in Carnegie. tickets at the door are $10.
Listen Locally Downstairs takes place in the 's urban hipster Studio space on the third Wednesday of the month. Happy Hour timing, but great music in a relaxed atmosphere is the draw.
Beverages by donation are incidental....
Check it out, bring friends, then head down to Main Street for dinner.