I’ve had a lot of free time since last time we spoke, but as a look at our schedule of upcoming dates
reveals, that’s about to change. I’m writing on this summer-like Memorial Day weekend to tell you about some of the highlights of our June schedule and, I hope, to persuade you to add one of more of these shows to your calendar and come see us.
Our next Billy Price Band date will be in Squirrel Hill at Frankie’s on Forward Avenue, near where the old Squirrel Hill Theater used to be (this is the way we give directions in Pittsburgh). Come see us on Saturday, June 9 at 9 pm.
On Wednesday, June 20, we make our annual appearance at Wilkins Community Days in Wilkins Township, always a great time. Show time is 7:30.
The following night, Thursday, June 21, we’ll be reuniting with our friends the Nighthawks
for a concert at Thunder in the Valley
in Johnstown, Pa. at 6 pm. A jam with Da Hawks is scheduled for 10:30 to midnight. We will fill the valley with blues thunder.
People ask me all the time when we are going to play a riverboat cruise again on Pittsburgh’s rivers. Now I have an answer: On Friday, June 22 at 6:00 pm, we’ll be onboard the Gateway Clipper Fleet
in Station Square for a dinner cruise. I hope you’ll be able to join us.
I’ll be back at you next month with July and August highlights. In the meantime walk tall, be cool, and stay loose!
And speaking of being cool, here’s me hanging out with the Cool One: Porky Chedwick, the Daddio of the Raddio. Our recording of Porkology
was a highlight of my time with Billy Price and the Keystone Rhythm Band.