Date/Time
Date(s) - 04/20/2019
8:30 am - 11:59 pm

Location
Moondog's


Announcing the inaugural appearance of THE NEW “Black Cat Moan” in Pittsburgh. Moondog’s has always been a place where music history keeps being made. The tradition isn’t over with the appearance of Black Cat Moan, winner of the Blues Society of Northern West Virginia’s Blues Challenge. They performed in the 2017 International Blues Challenge in Memphis. and serve as the opening act for Buddy Guy at The Palace Theatre in Greensburg.

With inspiration from Robert Johnson, Mississippi John Hurt and the recordings from Chess Records, Black Cat Moan does not mimic other musicians of that era, but rather brings a new vibe to a classic art form.

Don’t miss this appearance of something new, something different. The entertainment of Black Cat Moan is thrilling audiences everywhere they play. We are excited to welcome Black Cat Moan.

The band is the winner of the Blues Society of Northern West Virginia’s inaugural Blues Challenge that took place at the Heritage Music Blues Festival in Wheeling, West Virginia, and performed in the 2017 International Blues Challenge that was held in Memphis, Tennessee.

With inspiration from Robert Johnson, Mississippi John Hurt and the recordings from Chess Records, Black Cat Moan does not mimic other musicians of that era, but rather brings a new vibe to a classic art form.

They have played the Westsylvania Jazz & Blues Festival, Amer-Serv Flood City Music Festival and Brews & Blues in the Valley. In 2014, they opened for American blues/soul singer Billy Price.

In the summer of 2015, the band recorded their debut album, “the Saint, the Munk & the Moan,” which has received internet radio play around the world and was professionally aired as far as Croatia.

KIP LONDON will share the stage with Black Cat Moan.

Kip has shared the stage with such performers as John Hammond, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Willie Dixon, Albert Collins, Keb Mo, The Night Hawks, David Bromberg and Samantha Fish to name a few.  A Pittsburgh native Kip lived in Boston for several years before returning to the “Burgh” last January. He can be seen at many of the local folk and blues venues