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Bryan McQuaid and Angela Perley and The Howlin' Moons



An Night with Two Newer Artist- Bryan McQuaid and Angela Perley and The Howlin' Moons
At Club Café in Pittsburgh, PA on March 3, 2017
Angela Perley and The Howlin' Moons
By Dan Locke

Over the weekend I had the chance to see two newer artists.  Bryan McQuaid and Angela Perley.  Both of the artists are someone you should go check out if you get the chance. 


Bryan McQuaid
Bryan McQuaid was the first artist I saw. Hailing from Pittsburgh, he was a mix of early Bruce Springsteen and late Patti Smith.  With elements of classic Country, Appalachian roots, Alt Country, Americana, Political, Traditional and Protest Folk.  He sings about the working men. Which comes from his heart.  Because he is working with his hands as a steelworker.  And he cares about the things around him.  Before I know,  who he was.  I was sitting at the bar and he was talking to a young lady about how he took this lunch time to rescued two baby squirrels,  who has fallen out of a tree. And how he took a T-shirt to keep them warm and safe.  You could tell he was a caring person in his songs also. Song with the title of War Street, Parsley, Sage, Whiskey and Wine, A Passing Thought While At Work, Coal Dust and The Girl With The Octopus Tattoo.


Angela Perley
The second band was Angela Perley and The Howlin' Moons. An young band from Columbus, Ohio who members are Angela Perley- Vocals, Electric Guitar, Musical Saw, Chris Connor- Lead Electric Guitar and Billy Zehnal- Electric Bass.
Ms. Perley band sound surprise me.  I set down and listened to them on Youtube to get a idea what they sounded like.  Boy was I in for a surprise.  They did not sound at all like there videos.  They at first,  sounded  like The Pretenders with a mix of 50s style smooth groove type music. And as they rowed into the set, their sound chance to a more like Led Zepplin first CD.  With the use of pedals and a saw to get a interesting sound. It was a true pleasant sound.




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