Penn Hills Coffeehouse hosts 'Bluegrass Night'
The Penn Hills Coffeehouse singer-songwriter music series will host a “Bluegrass Night” on Oct. 30.
The series takes place from 7 to 9 p.m. at the historic Penn Hebron Garden Club, located at 237 Jefferson Road.
The weekly singer-songwriter showcase, which meets on Wednesday nights, will continue Nov. 6 with songwriters Dennis McCurdy, Ben Shannon and Patrick Varine. On Nov. 13, Chris Jones, Bruce Hoffman, and Mark Tamsula & Richard Withers will perform.
Refreshments will be available to purchase. For more information, call 412-798-2127. Singer-songwriters wishing to perform may email host Howard Davidson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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