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Green Tree Summer Concert Series
Thursdays - 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Green Tree Park Gazebo
Bring a chair or blanket and enjoy free music under the summertime skies!
July 18
sponsored by Green Tree Woman's Civic Club


Jamie Wright's specialty is in the variety and diversity of his repertoire. He covers songs from the 1920's to the present and also has an extensive Italian repertoire which dates back even further. Requests are always welcome. He has a unique rapport with his audiences. Come again to see him this summer -- something old is always new again! And beautiful!
July 25
sponsored by Green Tree Borough


RML Jazz specializes in smooth jazz combined with modern and traditional jazz, be-bop, updated standards, and even dixieland when the mood or occasion arises. RML Jazz features trumpet and sax soloists backed by a solid rhythm section of guitar, keyboard, bass, and drums. They take traditional tunes and familiar favorites and lay them out with a jazzy twist. Each concert is a different experience.
August 1
sponsored by Green Tree Public Library
and Friends of the Green Tree Public Library

The Pitt Alumni Band is a global gathering of gradues of all ages that once played in the University of Pittsburgh band. They love making music to delight and entertain. Their love of music will make you love their music. The big band sound and repertoire will delight all ages.
August 8
sponsored by Green Tree Borough


Al & Al, a guy and a gal, are two musicians from the Pittsburgh area with a big sound. They'll keep your toes tapping with music for all ages. Their repertoire covers songs from the 50's to the present.
August 15
sponsored by Julian Gray Elder Law

The South Hills Brass is a traditional brass quintet consisting of local musicians who for over eight years have shared their love of music with many local audiences. Formed by Steve Lynch, trombonist from Upper St. Clair in 2011, the group includes Gary McKeever, trumpet, from North Strabane and former Baldwin High School Band Director, Don Taylor, trumpet, of Mt. Lebanon, Mike Langiewicz, horn from Cecil and Nick Coumos, tuba, a former music educator in the Pittsburgh public schools. Specializing in a wide variety of musical styles from classical and baroque to dixieland, broadway, spiritual, contemporary and jazz this group will delight an audience of any age and music interest in a perfect representation that making music is for life.
August 22
sponsored by Green Tree Rotary


Acoustic duo rock musicians, Pete Hewlett and Scott Anderson, are world-class musicians who happen to make Pittsburgh their home. Pete Hewlett has toured and recorded with Billy Joel, Elton John, Carly Simon, Joe Jackson, Julian, and others. Scott Anderson has won Emmies and a Telly award for his work on the scores of documentaries and as a music director. He was the organist for the Pittsburgh Penguins and a member of the Penguin's house band for three years. His musical diversity makes him a preferred keyboardist for the region's top performers, and he has also worked with a number of national artists, such as The Temptations, The Drifters, Bo Diddley, Jackie Evancho, The Coasters, Lou Christie, and many more.
August 29
sponsored by First Commonwealth Bank, Green Tree


Corinne Bohjanen, Jen Webster, and Ed Horey, known as Jupiter Vinyl, are young, smart, original, and extraordinary. Their jaw-dropping repertoire consists of remarkably original songwriting, indie folk musicianship, and an eclectic mix of cover songs. They are a versatile trio, covering hundreds of stylistically diverse songs including Johnny Cash's "Ring of Fire," Modern English's "I Melt with you" and Radiohead’s "Airbag." Jupiter Vinyl's gorgeous three part harmonies, unique instrumental arrangements, engaging live performances, and inventive songwriting have set them apart as a new "up and comer" in the Pittsburgh music scene and beyond.
September 5
sponsored by Green Tree Borough

Green Tree welcomes back the award-winning singer-songwriter duo Kent & Re to perform their latest show, Homeward Bound - A Tribute to Simon and Garfunkel. The playlist will be largely drawn from the unforgettable 1980’s Concert in Central Park. Among the songs performed will be the classics "The Sound of Silence," "Mrs. Robinson." and "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard" along with one or two of the duo’s original tunes. To hear some music from Kent and Re, visit their site on ReverbNation: https://www.reverbnation.com/kentandre.

Obviously, a much younger portrait of Kent & Re.

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