Po’ Ramblin’ Boys + Moose Lodge Revival (Pittsburgh, PA)

Sun Aug 25 2024
8:00 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Tickets: https://www.ticketweb.com/event/po-ramblin-boys-moose-lodge-club-cafe-tickets/13690073

Club Cafe
56-58 South 12th Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15203

21 and Over
*Limited seating and standing room only. Seating available on a first-come first-serve basis only

About Po’ Ramblin’ Boys
At a time when most people feel constantly distracted by technology and barraged by the news, authenticity and straightforward honesty are paramount. There’s something about the music of The Po’ Ramblin’ Boys that cuts right through the noise of the world and speaks plainly to the soul. Formed ten years ago in the Smoky Mountains in 2014, The Po’ Ramblin’ Boys are at once exactly what you would expect and not at all what you would expect from a tattooed East Tennessee Bluegrass outfit. But they take pride in being ambassadors of their genre, and the group has brought their music from rural bluegrass festival stages to the rock clubs of Europe, with stunning results.

About Moose Lodge Revival
A new musical collective centered around the Pittsburgh region, Moose Lodge Revival aims to carry forward and promote traditional bluegrass music through exploring it’s various styles.

Why the Moose Lodge? In the small river community of Elizabeth. PA, 23 miles upstream from Pittsburgh along the Monongahela River, guitarists Ryan Meals and Adam Petterson grew up living and working. The Loyal Order of Moose 142 stood on Elizabeth’s Market St and hosted some of the most famous names in bluegrass during the 80’s and into the 90’s, leaving a treasure trove of stories and lore from local musicians and national musicians alike.

Grammy award winning Tim O’Brien of Hot Rize highlights Moose promoter Rod McNeil, saying “Playing the musical circuit like I have for many years, you meet a lot of different people. Some folks seem larger than life and one such character was Rod McNeil, who promoted bluegrass shows at the Moose Lodge in Elizabeth PA. Rod brought folks together, providing a venue, building an audience, and treating the musicians with great care and respect.” Tim O’Brien – Rod McNeil

Ryan Meals and Adam Petterson teamed up with Seattle area multi-instrumentalist and Pittsburgh newcomer Jimmy Hall in summer/fall 2023. Along with bassist Trish Imbrogno, they prepared an ever-growing list of songs that give a nod to this notable but unsuspecting Monongahela River Valley institution and the music played there. The band wishes to share this music with you and your friends soon!