Moondog’s 25 Years!

July-August 2016 Moondog’s Preview!

All Weekday Shows Monday – Thursday begin at 7:30 (Open Stages as Scheduled)!
All Weekend shows, start time is 8:30 unless otherwise stated, so please double check the schedule.

For details call Moondog’s Wed. after 7pm or Thurs., Fri. (only) after 3pm
Moondog’s Contact: 412-828-2040

Acoustic Open Stage Every Wednesday!!

Acoustic Open StageRotating Guest and Host 8:00-11 NO COVER!
Come on down and show us what you can do!
Songwriters Welcome!!

Open Stage Every Thursday!!
ThursElectricStage

Open Stage 8-? No Cover!!
Pick a time slot, bring your band and Jam! No Band? Bring Yourself!!

All Styles Welcome!
DRUMS and AMPS PROVIDED!

Miss Melanie and the Valley Rats

July 30th

Showtime 8:30 – Doors Open 7p
Cover $5

Miss Melanie eventMiss Melanie and the Valley Rats have appeared with B.B. King, Jay Leno, Johnny Winter, James Cotton, The Nighthawks, J.J. Grey, Robert Randolph and a host of others in the five and a half years of being together.

August 5th & 6th

Bringing Back the Blues Weekend!

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With John Nemeth, Sewlyn Birchwood
and Many More!!!

Friday $15  –  $15 Saturday  –  $25 Weekend Pass

Doors Open 7pm

•Purchase the weekend pass and this enters you to win a special prize package.

Advance Tickets Sales

FREE “Pre-game” show at Starlite Lounge Fri & Sat Aug 5th & 6th 

5-9pm

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August 12th

Show time  8:30 – Doors Open 7:30
Cover$7

Grievous-Angles-Moondogs-Pub-EventPittsburgh’s Grievous Angels bring a unique blend of American roots, rock and blue-eyed soul to every performance. Their heart-felt originals are blended with timeless classics by Gram Parsons, The Flying Burrito Brothers, Ryan Adams, Wilco, Son Volt, Jay Farrar, Lowell George, the Louvin Brothers and other seminal artists. The band has headlined weekend shows at many of Pittsburgh’s most prominent music venues for the past 15 years, and has been featured in Pittsburgh Magazine and the City Paper.

Pittsburgh’s Grievous Angels are keeping alive a music genre very few other Pittsburgh bands currently are. If you get it, you know what it is. Hear their music at www.grievousangelspittsburgh.bandcamp.com

The Band:
Bob Neville – Lead Guitar, Vocals,
Scott Webster – Keyboards, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Johnny Louch – Bass Guitar, Vocals
Stacy Innerst – Drums, Vocals
Pete Freeman – Pedal Steel Guitar

(Disclaimer): Pittsburgh’s Grievous Angels have not recorded with any Brooklyn-based producers who also produce indie bands with annoyingly loud banjo players, nor have they been featured in any music videos shot in black-and-white around desolate railroad tracks or decaying Pittsburgh industrial sites, nor have any of their original songs been selected for any independent films shown at the Sundance Film festival.

Blawnox blues joint fulfills owner’s dream by: Rex Rutkoski Read More

Ron Esser, the name is a statement in itself. Being an ardent supporter of the blues, Ron Esser’s club, Moondog’s, was bestowed with the “Keeping the Blues Alive Award” from the Blues Foundation in Memphis, Tennessee.

Please check the Events page for the complete lineup!  Check out our advanced ticket shows!

SEE YOU UNDER THE BIG BONE!

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