Matt Aquiline & The Dead End Streets 10/15 At Club Cafe W/ The Tim Vitullo Band On Sale Now!

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Matt Aquiline & The Dead End Streets 10/15 At Club Cafe W/ The Tim Vitullo Band On Sale Now! says
Matt Aquiline & The Dead End Streets
w/ The Tim Vitullo Band
Direct Ticket Link: http://tktwb.tw/2bk7XL8

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866-468-3401
or in person at Club Cafe during any event
Ages: 21+

Singer/songwriter Matt Aquiline lived and performed in Washington, DC for nearly two decades, but he has always been of Pittsburgh first and recently returned to his hometown to raise his family and perform his music in the town where it was formed.

Aquiline began performing in Pittsburgh in the early '90s and recorded his cd, Dice Roll, at Dave World in Ambridge, PA, backed by some of Pittsburgh's best musicians including Whitey Cooper and Sam Klingensmith of Norman Nardini and the Tigers and at least 1 Granati brother.

He moved to DC to further other career pursuits, where he formed the band, Kid Goat, which performed in the DC area for ten years and recorded the 2009 cd, These People Aren’t You, in Aquiline’s home studio. Kid Goat disbanded in 2013 and Aquiline returned to Pittsburgh to continue writing and performing his music there and in DC.

His songs tell the stories of the trials and tribulations of the everyman and the things that really matter in their lives: work, pride, love, and something to believe in. They exhibit insight into their subjects that can only be found by being one of them, and often focus on the small moments that define and change their lives.
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Tim Vitullo
Tim Vitullo is a bit different.

A promising singer, guitarist, and songwriter, Vitullo decided to return home to both Pittsburgh, PA and his blues influences to record Josephine & Assorted Train Songs, his debut studio LP. This comes after poising himself as an exciting, young jazz artist in State College, PA with the release of This is the Thing! in 2012.

With his latest statement, Vitullo mixes the best of his blues, rock, and pop influences to present a dozen examples of "adult alternative album rock." The album was produced, engineered, and mixed by singer/songwriter and producer Steven Foxbury in Pittsburgh, PA. Recorded entirely at Foxbury’s Yellow Couch Studio, the LP is a home-grown display of some of the city’s most promising young talents.
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