The "Granati Brothers" are independent artists whose classic rock music and rich harmonies have been compared to the Beatles, Jellyfish, Queen, and Supertramp. The G Brothers are veteran performers who rocked the nation at 78 sold out concerts with Van Halen in the 80s. David Granati's soaring melodic riffs earned him a nomination for player of the year by Guitar Player Magazine in 1981. Their recordings on A&M Records include "G-Force" (1979) and "Propaganda" (1979). They have also performed or recorded with Bruce Springsteen, J. Geils, Ian Hunter, the Doobie Brothers, Sammy Haggar, Nazareth, Heart, Peter Frampton, Boston, Blue Oyser Cult, Def Leppard, Black Foot, Molley Hatchet, Head East, Southside Johnny, the Fabulous Poodles, Gentle Giant, Dionne Warwick, Donny Iris and more. https://www.facebook.com/granatibrothers/
Originally from Murrysville – where he remains a fixture of the music scene – Tim grew up in a virtual "melting pot" of music. Having older brothers expose him to a wide array of styles, including jazz, blues, bluegrass and rock, Tim's appreciation for all music took root at an early age. Tim first began performing as a professional with improvisational rock 'n' roll bands – long before the "jam band" genre became as widespread and popular as it is today – playing psychedelic blues and, oftentimes, jamming with local players.https://timwoodsmusic.com/
Elias Khouri is Pittsburgh's up and coming guitar prodigy, landing gigs throughout the area and mezmerizing crowds. With influences like Jimi Hendrix, Carlos Santana, Peter Frampton, Keith Richards, Bob Marley, Michael Hampton, Eddie Hazel, Nile Rodge, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Alvin Lee, Jimmy Page, Joe Walsh he delivers what his audiences want to hear, and he does it well. https://www.facebook.com/ekpittsburgh/
Based in Pittsburgh, ED JENKINS and WILL CRUM have been entertaining audiences with your favorite tunes since 1978 performing original and folk rock cover songs on acoustic guitars along with the Old Friends Music Road Crew -- the kind of songs you remember to celebrate good times, singing along, enjoying your friends, or just tapping your foot. https://www.jenkinscrum.com/index.html
Beer and wine will be available at the event. No coolers for bringing adult beverages into the event are permitted.
Bands that are interested in performing for future events should complete an information form here: Band Info Form.
If you are a food vendor that is interested in being considered for Concert in the Park please fill out an information form here. If you would like to learn more about the event itself please contact Amy Wengrzyn at 724-327-2100 ext. 131 or email.