Jimbo and the Soupbones

Date(s) - 10/06/2017
8:30 pm



Musical genres are crossed without apology, resulting in a fresh, yet familiar blend of funk, rock, soul and blues that excludes no one. Since landing on the live music scene in 2008 with their debut CD, “Self-Titled” (yes, that’s actually the title), they’ve twice been crowned “Best band in Pittsburgh”. The buzz heightened when they opened up for Bon Jovi at Consol Energy Center in 2012 and they’ve been a staple at some of the most prestigious venues and festivals since. As they work on their next CD (they seem to be no rush), they continue to make people believe in “Live” music. They entertain… brilliantly.


Their versatility is evidenced by the wide array of musicians and bands that they’ve shared billing or stages with… Bon Jovi, Derek Trucks Band, Amos Lee, Average White Band, Kenny Wayne Sheppard, War and most bands indigenous to the Pittsburgh area (that’s where the heart is).