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Celebrating 40 years of genre-bending roots music.

The Blues Orphans 

When: Fri., Nov. 1, 7:30 p.m.
Phone: 412-276-3456 x6
Email: pagliamcarnegie@gmail.com
Price: $15 / $20
carnegiecarnegie.org/our-team/listen-locally-with-the-blues-orphans
The Blues Orphans have been performing original genre-bending roots music since 1979. Based in blues and bluegrass with punk-funk hip-hop-polka flavors, they offer a cauldron of hysterical new Americana. Founded 40 years ago by Carnegie's own, brothers Andy & Bob Gabig, The Blues Orphans have recorded 6 albums of original songs featuring local themes and topical humor about life in the 21st century. This concert celebrates their continuing 40 year odyssey and will feature Matthew Kweder on drums, Roger Day on tuba, Dr Nelson Harrison on trombone and Lou Schreiber on clarinet & saxophone.
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