Crafthouse is thrilled to host The Furnace – Pittsburgh Original Music Showcase.
We’re kicking things off Week 1 with R&B Night featuring Slam Band and Sam and Pierce Dipner.
Doors open at 5p.
Music starts at 7p.
Tickets are on sale now.
All seating for this event is first come, first served.
This is a HYBRID Event –
Artists will perform LIVE! in person on April 28th at the Crafthouse Stage & Grill.
A live steam simulcast will be available on Tenband.TV for 14 days following the Event.
Guests may choose to attend LIVE in Person, Online or purchase a special discounted bundle for Both !
Enjoy some great food while you’re at the show! Check out our full menu
of tasty options – available at all of our awesome shows.
When coming to the Crafthouse, please do not park in neighboring business lots. This includes, but is not limited to, the Shopping Center located across the street and the apartment complex adjacent to our back lot. If your vehicle is not parked on Crafthouse property, your vehicle may be towed by surrounding businesses.
The Pittsburgh-based five-piece Slam Band and Sam is made up of Adam Vasko, Anthony Bello, Mark Jackovic, Mark Ondrey, and Nick Bello – five musicians with a vast and storied musical background. Fusing together elements of rock, jazz, and funk, Slam Band and Sam’s modus operandi is one of layered simplicity – one that puts music and the compositional process wholly first.
Pierce Dipner is a young Blues Musician and multi-instrumentalist from Pittsburgh, PA. At the young age of 8 he started to play the guitar and sing. By age nine he was also playing bass, drums, and cello. At 11 he discovered the Blues at a Youth Blues jam hosted by the Blues Society of Western PA and he has been hooked ever since. At the age of 13 he was selected by the BSWPA to perform in the 2017 International Blues Challenge in Memphis, Tennessee where he got to showcase his talents at Mr. Handy’s Blues Hall on Beale Street. When Pierce returned to Pittsburgh, he began performing around Pittsburgh and surrounding areas and hasn’t stopped. In 2019 he returned to Memphis to once again represent the BSWPA at the International Blues Challenge. While there he had the opportunity to perform with numerous Grammy nominated Blues artists during the Annual Generation Blues Fundraiser held at the Memphis Hard Rock Café.