4:00 pm NO CONCERT
4:00 pm Jordan Umbach Concert

Jordan is a 21 year-old with a large repertoire of original music in the style of acoustic folk/rock. His debut CD, “Silhouette of Steel” was named a “Notable Release of 2010” by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and was also well-reviewed by several other newspapers, including the Pittsburgh City Paper and the Beaver County Times, noting his “smart songwriting, poetic lyrics, and witty and melodic sound.” He plays widely in the Pittsburgh region and Johnstown. Find out more

“He’s solid on acoustic guitar and harmonica, too, though it’s mainly his voice, with a trace of Joe Strummer-ish rawness, which elevates him from the earnest singer-songwriter pack performing in coffeehouses near you.”
Scott Tady – Beaver County Times
“The 19 year old singer-songwriter from Washington, PA, actually sounds quite a bit like a young Bill Deasy, fashioning songs around acoustic guitar that seemed to have been crafted in lit classes and songwriting workshops.”
Scott Mervis – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
“He shows a lot of promise. His lyrics are poetic and feel deep and meaningful over his folky guitar and harmonica parts. Though it’s easiest to compare his music to Dylan, his voice is lower and not so hoarse, swinging a little closer to Bruce Springsteen.”
Kelsey Shea – Pittsburgh City Paper
Opening for Jordan will be our favorite singer/songwriter duo, The Hobbs Sisters. Lauren and Hannah Hobbs are truly amazing performers and we wanted to be sure and get them to perform on our stage one last time this summer before they go back to college in the fall.
Donations will be accepted at the door. Suggested $10/person or $20/family, none will be turned away for insufficient funds.

4:00 pm Roundhand Rowan Acoustic Concert

Roundhand Rowan is a Pittsburgh-native band. Even though the band started in 2006, the current version of the band was born in August 2009. Their live show is very positive, energetic and engaging, drawing crowds as soon as the first notes are played. Roundhand Rowan focuses on spreading love and positivity to those they entertain. After their first independent tour they make a final stop at David’s Music House, where they are currently working on a full-length album, to do a stripped down set to display the melodic nature of their music. Check out and LIKE their Facebook Page.

Opening for our headliner will be a new local band names Rare Breed. They have performed at a few of our open mic nights and have quite a fan following. They will be introducing some of their originals tonight. Check them out and give them a LIKE on their Facebook Page.

Keeping to our small coffee house acoustic setting, although this concert night will feature artists of a more hard rock nature, they will be playing at appropriate volume for the size of our venue. If you enjoy a harder sound, tonight’s performers will be exactly your cup of tea, but they are amazing musicians who are quite capable of playing acoustic versions of their music.

3:30 pm Nixon Church Benefit Concert

This event is hosted by Brad Bendis.

Since Don and Shileen Nixon started holding church services in their home in Peters Township, they have continuously given most of their time, effort and energy in order to provide heartfelt services to Christians of all ages, as well as plenty of food and refreshments for those in attendance. The purpose of this show is to help lift the financial burden of providing food and other expenses from them so that they can fully concentrate providing good services for those in attendance.

Admission to the show is FREE, but donations are strongly encouraged. There will also be a raffle for a gift basket that is being donated by Cindi Bendis.

List of performers:

These Old Bones
Brad Bendis
Jordan Serra
Joe Wehner
Lorraine Serra
and more to come…