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SHEMEKIA COPELAND

SHEMEKIA COPELAND

Blues singer Shemekia Copeland believes that people enjoy going out and listening to great music and that’s exactly what Pittsburgh fans will get when she performs at the August Wilson Center for African American Culture, Friday, March 4.

“I’m excited about performing at the August Wilson Center,” said Copeland.” It’ll be nice to perform in a different venue in Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh is such a great town and the fans there are great.”

Copeland tore the roof of off Club Cafe in October to promote her eighth album “Outskirts of Love,” which was released in September on Alligator Records.

The album was nominated for a Best Blues Album Grammy Award. Produced by Oliver Wood and Executive Produced by John Hahn, “Outskirts of Love” boasts guests artists Robert Randolph on Steel Guitar, Billy Gibbons on guitar and Alvin Youngblood Hart on guitar and vocals.

Blues singer Shemekia Copeland believes that people enjoy going out and listening to great music and that’s exactly what Pittsburgh fans will get when she performs at the August Wilson Center for African American Culture, Friday, March 4.

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