Out & About with Brotha Ash

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This week I visited The Improv in Homestead, St. Benedict the Moor Hall in the Hill District, The Greater Pittsburgh Coliseum in Homewood and Mélange Bistro Lounge, Downtown.

My first stop was at the Greater Pittsburgh Coliseum in Homewood where the City Sharkers held their annual Old-Timers cabaret for the City of Pittsburgh. The place was packed and everyone came out to get their party on and have a great time.

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R&B group Artistree, Flo Wilson, Chico Williams and host David “The Frog” Bey made history at the Improv in Homestead.

My next stop was at St. Benedict the Moor Hall in the Hill District where the Williams family held their annual family reunion. It was great to see everyone come together for a fun event.

My next stop was at the Melange Bistro Lounge, Downtown, where singer Amanda Knox held it down for the crowd as they listened to her belt out hit after hit.

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R&B group Artistree makin’ history by being the first singing group to perform live at the Improv in Homestead.

My next stop was the Improv in Homestead, where R&B group Artistree made history by being the first singing group to perform at the venue. This event also featured Flo Wilson and the Old School, Chico Williams, and David “The Frog” Bey as the host. Congratulations to Artistree for continuing to break boundaries in the music scene in Pittsburgh. You can also look out for Artistree to open up for Charlie Wilson, May 8, at the Monroeville Convention Center.

You know Brotha Ash has a REAL CONNECTION to the community. Please send all of your party and event information to info@BrothaAshProductions.com and I’ll see you next week OUT AND ABOUT!

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