The Original Pittsburgh Winery Presents

Noah Gundersen w/ Abby Gundersen: Ledges 10 Year Anniversary

Ages 21 and up
Saturday, October 19
Doors: 7pm // Show: 8pm
$25 to $110
The Original Pittsburgh Winery Presents:  Noah Gundersen w/ Abby Gundersen: Ledges 10 Year Anniversary

GA Tickets: $25 Advance / $30 Day of show (+ tax/fees)

VIP: $110 (+ tax/fees)

  – One General Admission ticket
  – Pre-show acoustic performance (requests allowed!)
  – Opportunity for Q&A with Noah
  – Autographed setlist
  – Exclusive tour poster, signed by Noah
  – Commemorative VIP laminate
  – Early entry to the venue

DOORS AT 7PM | SHOW AT 8PM | 21 AND OVER

About Noah Gundersen
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It’s a strange thing to have a living artifact of your younger self. To observe the manifestations of a younger you’s inner life. To be honest, it’s often cringy and anxiety inducing. With the benefit of hindsight, our shortsightedness and misplaced fears and hopes seem so obvious. 

As I look back, ten years later, to the person I was when I made Ledges, I see a young man full of ambition and naivety, desperate for validation and a sense of belonging. I see a boy with a singular vision and a hell of a lot to learn. 

They say you have your whole life to make your first record and 18 months to make your second. Although Ledges isn’t technically my first album, for all intents and purposes, it feels like it. It was the one I spent years writing. Some songs were written on a mattress on the floor of a rented room I shared with a friend, in a run down old house I moved into when I left my folks place at 17. Some I wrote in my first apartment in Seattle. One was written in the early hours of the morning, waking up on a friends couch to a simple, beautiful piano arrangement Abby wrote. One, after the unexpected heroin overdose that resulted in the death of a friend. Another, after briefly reigniting an old flame, only to watch it quickly burn out. 

Everything was new back then. The colors were brighter, the highs higher, the lows lower. Falling in love felt like the first time. Heartbreak felt like the end of the world. Ideas felt important and the future was a big, empty canvas.

There’s a lot of self importance in all of this and ultimately this is just some record that some kid made. But to that kid this record felt like his whole world. And like all records, it’s a little snapshot in time. And how lucky we are to have snapshots, photographs of moments and memories that ground us in the reality we’ve lived. (LEARN MORE HERE). 

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