Joe Grushecky & The Houserockers

    Joe Grushecky & The Houserockers
    20 Jul 08:00 PM
    Until 20 Jul

    Joe Grushecky & The Houserockers

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    Joe Grushecky & The Houserockers
    Can’t Outrun A Memory Record Release Show

    About the album, Joe states, “The songs on this record, my 23rd, look back on a very turbulent period in my life, 1968, when I bought my first Fender Telecaster guitar. The making of this record had a whole lot of bumps and bruises along the way but we persevered. We were on a mission and the band was and is playing at its peak.”

    JOE GRUSHECKY is a true rock ‘n’ roll survivor, the talented singer, songwriter, and guitarist first bursting onto the scene in 1979 with his band the Iron City Houserockers and their critically-acclaimed debut album, Love’s So Tough. By the time the band released a follow-up in 1980’s Have A Good Time But Get Out Alive, Grushecky had sharpened his songwriting skills to a razor’s edge, and his intelligent blue-collar anthems mixed muscular, guitar-driven rock with elements of blues and soul like nobody before or since. After two more albums that earned great reviews but sold few copies, the Iron City Houserockers called it a day. Grushecky, a Pittsburgh native, returned home to Steeltown and resumed his day job as a teacher working with at-risk youth, a position that he has pretty much held ever since. He stayed out of music for the better part of a decade, returning with a new band – Joe Grushecky and the Houserockers and released the acclaimed Swimming With The Sharks album.
    Forty four years and many albums later, Joe Grushecky and his band The Houserockers are still rocking, playing the rock ‘n roll bars that are still open, at an age where many musicians have retired, collecting social security checks. He hasn’t had a label deal in 35 years, Grushecky and the Houserockers are going it on their own, braving the tidal changes that have assaulted the music industry by rocking harder. Through the years, Grushecky has continued to hone his craft as a blue collar, working man’s songwriter and even with the help of his friend Bruce Springsteen, fame and fortune have eluded him, he remains committed to music as a powerful creative force. The release of his new record CAN’T OUTRUN A MEMORY marks the 23rd album of his storied career!

    Showtime 8:30pm

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