Honky-Tonk Jukebox celebrates classic country, roots music
Classic country and roots music fans, rejoice: Every month, you have a chance to celebrate at the Honky-Tonk Jukebox.
By Ashlee Green
Honky-Tonk Jukebox took place at the Allegheny Elks Lodge #339 on Pittsburgh’s Northside on Saturday, April 20. The show, which is a classic country and roots music concert and dance party, was hosted by Jon Bindley of local alt-country band Bindley Hardware Co. and featured a lineup of regional musicians with backing band, the #339 House Band.
Honky-Tonk Jukebox takes place on the third Saturday of every month at the Allegheny Elks Lodge #339 in Historic Deutschtown. The #339 House Band is made up of Trish Imbrogno, Buck Chutz, Pete Freeman, Rich Kawood, Greg Marchetti, Hog Willy, and Bob Banerjee. Every month, guest singers are featured with the band. This time, they were Angela Autumn and Chet Vincent.
“The house band plays classic covers from the likes of Willie Nelson, George Jones, Loretta Lynn… plus some original tunes from local talent,” Bindley said in an email.
“The dance-floor is always packed full of dancers and it is a welcoming environment for folks of every background.”
The monthly event is presented by Deutschtown Music Festival, the Northside Leadership Conference (NSLC) and LiveBurghStudio. Check out the next Honky-Tonk Jukebox on Saturday, May 18. More information is available here.