The Original Pittsburgh Winery Presents

Scott Blasey & Justin Fabus

Ages 21 and up
Saturday, May 11
Doors: 7pm // Show: 8pm
$15 / Day Of : $20
Doors at 7PM | Show at 8PM | 21 and over

$15 Advance / $20 Day of show
  ** Face value ticket price does not include tax/fees


About Scott Blasey:

Born in Connellsville, Pennsylvania in 1964, Blasey graduated from Connellsville Area Senior High School in 1982. He then began attending Indiana University of Pennsylvania. There, he met guitarist Rob James, bassist Greg Joseph, and drummer Dave Minarik. Blasey, James, and Minarik first began playing together as “The Administration.” When Joseph joined the three in 1986, they became “The Clarks.” Initially a cover band, the quartet soon started writing and performing original material, with much of the writing output produced by Blasey and Joseph.

Blasey graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 1987. Soon afterward, The Clarks began recording their music. Their first studio album, I’ll Tell You What Man…, was released in 1988. The song “Help Me Out” received some radio airplay on Western Pennsylvania stations. I’ll Tell You what Man… was followed by The Clarks in 1991, which introduced “Penny on the Floor.” Love Gone Sour, Suspicion, and Bad Debt (1994) and Someday Maybe (1996) followed, introducing “Cigarette” and “Mercury”, respectively.

In 1995, Blasey’s first solo album, Don’t Try This at Home, was released. It was recorded at Studio L in Weirton, West Virginia.[3]

Blasey’s second solo album, Shine, was released in 1999. Blasey appeared on Donnie Iris and the Cruisers’ ninth studio album, Together Alone, on which he sang guest vocals on “Amazing Grace.” (Read more here)

About Justin Fabus:

Who is Justin Fabus? 

For starters, he’s a proud Pittsburgh, PA native, show-stopping singer, and eloquent songwriter—but that only scratches the surface (barely). Operating on his own terms and completely outside of the system, he’s managed to quietly establish himself as an impactful independent artist, selling out shows and topping various charts. With coveted co-signs from the likes of Richard Marx and Donnie Wahlberg as well as widespread acclaim courtesy of The Boot, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and more, he continues to reveal precisely who he is through a growing catalog…

“I’m an artist who doesn’t belong in a box and doesn’t take shit from anybody, but always does the unexpected,” he exclaims. “At the same time, I aim to deliver high-quality, soulful, and heartfelt music. I promise no one will ever outwork me either,” he adds with a smile. Read more here.


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