Fan Talk
Archived Messages From: November 09th, 2018
Number of Messages: 10
Crack The Sky
Living in Reverse
AUGUST 24TH
Sun June 10th, 2018 13:15 PM
Joe G
Check this out
Rock and Country

spotify:user:dpo2wv9ypoptq4te73xb51cm4:playlist:4UOvpZM05ImnWPWytghvtQ
Fri June 08th, 2018 08:06 AM Somewhere East Of Eden
Bob
Thanks Joe. Great setlist from what was no doubt a great show. Sorry we missed it.
Fri June 01st, 2018 07:35 AM Maryland
Joe G
Lynch Field Greensburg Community Days 5-26-18



Set 1

BLONDIE

I'M NOT SLEEPING

CODE OF SILENCE

EVERYTHING'S GOING TO WORK OUT RIGHT

PUMPING IRON

HIDEAWAY

BURN US DOWN

MORE YESTERDAY'S THAN TOMORROW'S

A WORK IN PROGRESS

GOT TO GO TO WORK TODAY

CHAIN SMOKIN'

NEVER BE ENOUGH TIME

DOWN THE ROAD APIECE/WIPEOUT



Set 2

I CAN HEAR THE DEVIL KNOCKIN'

LABOR OF LOVE

REV IT UP

THAT'S WHAT MAKES US GREAT

HELL TO PAY

HOLD ON, I'M COMIN'

GIMME SHELTER
Thu May 31st, 2018 15:31 PM Somewhere East Of Eden

dr. joe grushecky and the houserockers portogallo peppert n’at braddock, pa may 27, 2018 boxscore: blondie i’m not sleeping code of silence pumping iron burning love talking to the king burn this down more yesterdays than tomorrows work in progress blood, sweat, and beers miss you dance with me junior’s bar hideaway atlantic city chain smoking everything’s gonna work out right down the road..wipeout admission: $20.00 bud light: $4.00 stone pony live: 100 cd’s given away at the door crowd: sell out first time dr. g has played braddock since 1976 joe, joffo, Johnny, jeff, and danny happy may 29th jersey girl

Mon May 28th, 2018 08:13 AM mrs. rizzo's house
Bob
Can someone please post the setlists from the weekend shows? Thanks.
Mon May 28th, 2018 06:48 AM Maryland
zeke
Something else I wrote about Joe got published (third time)

http://pittsburghbeautiful.com/2018/05/09/screw-you-zeke-grushecky-still-has-it/

Thu May 10th, 2018 00:42 AM
Rev It Up !
Heard More Yesterdays Than Tomorrows before the lunch hour today on 90.5 FM The Night :)
Mon May 07th, 2018 20:22 PM Jersey
A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of witnessing a father and son perform their respective musical creations within a 24 hour period. On the first evening, I witnessed the son bring to fruition all the aspirations the father had invested in him throughout his young, promising life. To see the son realize the beginnings of all the proud father’s hopes and dreams for him was a rare and humble moment shared in public view. How many parents are so fortunate? I guess we all have those moments with our children, in one form or another.

The very next evening, for what is in the hundreds at this point – four decades down the road, I was entertained and inspired by the father once again. An intimate, acoustic performance provided every possible reason that I’ve followed this man. Which is, to enjoy the gift he has so remarkably presented, throughout a lifetime, at venues from the east coast to as far west as Las Vegas. In that little room, an astonishingly deep and diverse body of work was on display. As has happened so many times, the audience was won over by the unique talents of the king of rock n’ soul in Pittsburgh and beyond. They responded with a standing ovation. Whether it’s been in front of 16 or 16,000, I’ve seen this magic work its wonders time and time again.

Johnny Grushecky’s band, Milly, has just released their debut album. Along with his collaborator since 2009, Seth Milberger, this project was meticulously constructed over the past two and a half years. All the hard work and focus on detail has paid off handsomely with a beautifully melodic collection of songs. Many would fit nicely on the pop charts. The son has, obviously, embraced the hard earned lessons of the father in a fickle and frequently harsh industry. The torch has been passed. In this band, the rich history of rock n’ roll in the proud blue collar community of Western Pennsylvania is well represented. May they find the mass success deserved by so many talented regional musicians that went before them. With a little luck, they’ll smash through that glass ceiling the legendary Iron City Houserockers left a huge crack in a few years back!

Speaking of legendary, this is a week to celebrate the amazing life of the one and only - JOE GRUSHECKY! Yesterday was a seminal date in this man’s life. A birthday can be a time for reflection on all that has past and which still lies ahead. There is not enough space in this format to begin to convey Joe’s vast accomplishments. His is a life that has stood as an inspirational guide to all that this world has to offer, if you merely possess the courage and fortitude to seek out the unlimited possibilities.

I believe all the fans who have been entertained by this man’s massive, thought provoking, soul shaking, get-outta-ur-seat and move your booty song catalog owe Joe a heartfelt thanks. I have an idea of how his fan base can offer something in return, to honor a lifetime of amazing music. A birthday card from all of us – in the form of stories provided by each and everyone who is moved to do so. It would be super cool for Joe, his family and fans around the world to read about all the wild, funny and poignant moments provided by recordings, live performances and conversations = related to Joey G! Nice to hear from former/current band members, guest musicians, producers, famous and not-so-famous friends and – most importantly – HOUSEROCKER NATION! Feel free to spread the word via twitter, facebook, emails, telegram, etc. Let the story sharing and love to Joe begin…
Mon May 07th, 2018 15:18 PM Back in da Burgh!
have a happy happy BD or a happy happy BM ---whatever
Sun May 06th, 2018 09:33 AM scottdale

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