25+ Artists “Band Collectively” For Profit Christmas Album Launch

The Skyliners, Donnie Iris, Joe Grushecky and extra are included on “A Very Yinzer Christmas” out November 18th. The album advantages Band Collectively Pittsburgh for Autism Consciousness and music packages.

PITTSBURGH, PA – November 4, 2022  The primary-ever, “A Very Yinzer Christmas,” that includes tracks by greater than 25 Pittsburgh music icons shall be launched worldwide on November 18th, 2022 on Pittsburgh-based MTS Data.  The album contains legendary Pittsburgh artists who’ve reached nationwide prominence, in addition to the most effective musicians that the ‘Burgh has to supply. The gathering will profit children and adults from Band Collectively Pittsburgh – all who dwell on the autism spectrum. A number of Band Collectively members are additionally featured on the album. 

Artists embody The Skyliners, Donnie Iris, Joe Grushecky, Pete Hewlett, Scott Blasey of The Clarks, Jeff Jimerson (Penguins’ Nationwide Anthem Singer), Joe Wodarek (The Stickers), Miss Freddye, Nied’s Resort Band, and plenty of extra! A whole artist itemizing is accessible at https://yinzerchristmas.com/download/.

“The expertise within the Pittsburgh space is unimaginable and spans generations. I need to have fun all of the expertise we’ve got within the metropolis whereas doing one thing significant for some nice individuals from Band Collectively Pittsburgh,” mentioned organizer and Govt Producer, Joe Wodarek.

“A Very Yinzer Christmas” profit live performance occasion may also happen on the Carnegie of Homestead Music Corridor, 510 E. 10th Ave., Munhall, Wednesday, Dec. 7, 6:30 p.m. Obtain playing cards for the brand new album and tickets to the dwell present can be found for buy starting through www.yinzerchristmas.com

Band Collectively Pittsburgh is a non-profit 501(c3) with a mission is to complement the lives of people on the autism spectrum, by means of participation, training and mentorship, utilizing the facility of music. Study extra about Band Collectively Pittsburgh and its autism-friendly music packages at www.bandtogetherpgh.org.