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Coffee & Brew House Series

2019 Schedule

Coffee Houses: 

Meat & Potatoes   -   Friday, May 10th  6:30 P.M.

Averyin   -   Friday, June 14th  7:00 P.M.

Brad Ladik   -   Friday, July 26th  7:00 P.M.

Rodney Eatman   -   Friday, August 23rd  7:00 P.M.

The Sharptones   -   Friday, October 25th  7:00 P.M.


Brew House (Featuring Stone Bridge Brewing)

Midnight Acoustic   -   Friday, September 20th  7:00 P.M.


This event is offered with free admission and open to the public, donations are encouraged. Traditionally, the Coffee House Series has coffees, teas, and delicious baked goods for sale during the event.

Meet This Year's Entertainers

Meat & Potatoes (May 10th)

The accomplished trio consists of Keith Inscho on lead vocals and guitar, Barry Miller on vocals and bass guitar, and Tony Arcuri on banjo. Meat and Potatoes features bluegrass, gospel and old time music genres. They have played various venues around the area for a dozen years, including festivals, churches, nursing homes, coffee shops and lots of other places that like good ole foot stomping music. 

Averyin (June 14th)

Smitty and Deese are true soulmates; born with a passion for music. While their primary focus is on preserving the Gaelic folk tunes of their ancestral past, they will mix in an American folk tune, or a classic rock favorite from the 70’s… a plantation spiritual from the antebellum south, or an original jam that rises spontaneously during a live performance. 

Bradley William Ladik (July 26th)

Brad made his stage debut in the kindergarten play "Pinocchio" as Pinocchio. Singing songs of freedom & hope like "I Have No Strings" & "When You Wish Upon a Star," the stage was a natural fit for the young Bradley. Fast forward years later & Brad played in the local Pittsburgh band "Salt of the Earth." The Salt started out in the groups hometown of Leechburg, but expanded to playing regularly in the Oakmont & Pittsburgh area.  Greatly inspired by the Rolling Stones & other classic rock style bands, SOTE also delved into jam bands & expanded into playing many styles of music including reggae, funk, punk, rap, r & B, & blues. But they were always a rock n' roll based band.  The group would play mostly cover songs at shows, but also constantly worked on writing original songs. Highlights of their over ten years playing together included opening up for the Dave Mathews Band & the legendary night of Robby Krieger of "The Doors" jamming with them at the Oakmont Tavern!  After the band’s breakup, Brad worked on refining his craft & trying to write songs.  He worked with various talented Pittsburgh musicians.  B-Rad & the Best of the West Playas was created to combine the songs he was writing & creating with all this diverse Pittsburgh talent.  The West Playas is both a homage to West Leechburg where Brad grew up and to Western Pennsylvania which is the area where most of the musicians are based from.  The story continues in J-Town!

Rodney Eatman (August 23rd)

Longtime theater director at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, Rodney Eatman is a local fan favorite both in and out of the theater, and beloved by many in the area. For years, his musical styling on the piano has graced us at the Community Arts Center during his weekend performances at Holly Bazaar. Now, join him for a night of coffee, cookies, and music as he joins us for a Coffee House Friday, August 23rd.

Midnight Acoustic (September 20th - Brew House Night)

Midnight Acoustic is a trio featuring the husband/wife duo of Natalie and John Kurchak, and Bernie Kralik. Natalie, John and Bernie have played locally on the music scene for several years, most notably in their classic rock band Midnight Graffiti. Midnight Acoustic gives John, Natalie and Bernie the opportunity to present the softer side of Midnight Graffiti and features John and Bernie on guitar, and Natalie on vocals and percussion. A night with Midnight Acoustic features a wide range of traditional and non-traditional acoustic covers.   

The Sharptones (October 25th)

Denny Ivory started The SharpTones by purchasing some equipment and singing in retirement homes and personal care homes, and invitations to perform started to pour in. Now The SharpTones perform to crowds all across Central PA and surrounding areas. With quality vocal entertainment with a distinctive harmony, The SharpTones are loved by their youngest fans to the oldest! The SharpTones are a quality vocal group, singing oldies from the 50's, 60's, 70's, and 80's with a distinctive harmony.