I find it extremely difficult to say “no” to a musical project. And while that may result in a fair bit of stress and anxiety, it’s also what has shaped me into the musician I am today!
The Telephone Line is a Pittsburgh based five-piece pop/rock/soul outfit. Flaunting fearless vocals and vintage organ vibes, the group has been featured by both WDVE and WYEP. The band’s debut album Tied Up is available anywhere music is sold online.
This punk rock oldies cover band is the vocal outlet I didn’t even know I needed in my life. Imagine all your favorite hits from the 50s and 60s, then set them on fire and dance your face off. That’s the Negatives experience.
What started as a one-time acoustic duo for Pittsburgh’s local SWAN Day celebration blossomed into a folk-pop endeavor that has become my most constant source of motivation for individual songwriting. Support Women Artists Now!
I love cover songs to an embarrassing degree, but I love them even more if they’re twisted or funny. Bait & Switch will take the pop songs you love most and turn them into trainwrecks in the best way imaginable.
Singles & Jingles
Theme music for You Can’t Handle the Truth podcast:
Theme music for Arcade Comedy Theater in downtown Pittsburgh:
And the short version of that jingle for use in videos, etc.:
Theme music for my very own Add It Up Podcast:
And the intro music for the “Games People Play” segment on the Add It Up podcast:
Jingle for Act Classy’s Lunch Break Podcast:
Jingle for the “Facebook Says” segment of the Add It Up Podcast
Pittsburgh Fight Songs
Recorded and produced by Sean G. Donaldson.