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Scott Bartlett (of Saving Abel) & Paul McCoy (of 12 Stones)

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Hard Rock Cafe and CE Presents welcome Scott Bartlett of Saving Abel and Paul McCoy of 12 Stones on Thursday, August 29, 2024! Entry and seating for event attendees begin at 7:00 PM. General Admission tickets are required for entry and are available for purchase at Eventbrite.com. Seating within the event is available on a first-come, first-served basis. General Admission tickets do not reserve a seat. If you require accessible seating accommodations, you must notify the venue in advance. This event is open to all ages with alcohol available for purchase to attendees ages 21 and over. Valid identification is required for the purchase and/or consumption of alcohol. Paid parking options are available to event attendees within the Station Square complex. Learn more about Saving Abel: Saving Abel is a Southern rock band with catchy hooks and heavy riffs founded by Jared Weeks and Jason Null and featuring Scott Bartlett, Scott Wilson and Dave Moraata. Their first single “Addicted” broke on to the scene, climbing its way quickly into a crossover hit from mainstream rock to Billboard Hot 100 and Top 40. With millions of sales under their belt, it’s easy to see how their self-titled debut album charted on Billboard’s Top 50 and became RIAA certified platinum. Their debut album delivered two more #1 singles with 18 days and Drowning (Face Down), across multiple charts and solidified this band's name in rock. Their sophomore album “Miss America” did not disappoint and followed down the same path their debut record had set. “Miss America” debuted in the top 25 albums and produced similar charting singles with “Stupid Girl (Only in Hollywood)" and “The Sex is Good”. After five Top 10 Billboard charting releases, Saving Abel went back into the studio for their third record “Bringing Down The Giant”. They released the title track off that album finding success and breaking the top 10 on multiple charts. Weeks and Null both felt a pull to revisit songs they had written prior to Saving Abel. Which then became "Shade of Grace - Twenty Year Songs" EP. Saving Abel have received multiple awards from MTV, VH1, Fuse, BMG and Music Choice. “Addicted” won the most played song of the year. Saving Abel is currently in the studio recording their forthcoming album. Learn more about 12 Stones: Vocalist Paul McCoy, bassist Kevin Dorr, guitarist Eric Weaver, and drummer Aaron Gainer were mostly still in their teens when they formed 12 Stones in the small New Orleans suburb of Mandeville, Louisiana. After performing no more than 12 live performances, they took their demo to New York City and performed at an industry showcase. The band ended up signing to Wind-Up Records to record its debut album with producer Jay Baumgardner. The album saw release in 2002, less than two years after the formation of the group. More success came to the band in 2003, when McCoy duetted with Evanescence on "Bring Me to Life," which became a smash hit and was included on the Daredevil soundtrack as well as Evanescence's debut album, Fallen. 12 Stones released their second album, Potter's Field, which featured a heavier, more guitar-driven sound than their debut, in 2004. After taking a break from music to spend time with their families, the bandmembers reconvened to make their third album. Affected by the impact of Hurricane Katrina on their hometown, 12 Stones recorded Anthem for the Underdog in Memphis, Tennessee with Justin Rimer and Skidd Mills during the better part of 2006, and the album was released in 2007. During the pre-production for their fourth album, Dorr returned to the fold -- he had been gone for five years beginning in 2004 -- and 12 Stones added Mike McManus as their new drummer. The first fruits of this new lineup appeared as the summer 2010 EP The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday. Later that year, the band parted ways with Wind-Up, signing with Executive Music Group for their next effort. In 2012 the band reunited with Underdog producer Mills for that fourth outing, Beneath the Scars, which featured the singles "Bulletproof" and "Infected." Work for their fifth effort began after they signed with Cleopatra Records in 2016. Picture Perfect arrived in the summer of 2017.

Hard Rock Cafe and CE Presents welcome Scott Bartlett of Saving Abel and Paul McCoy of 12 Stones on Thursday, August 29, 2024! Entry and seating for event attendees begin at 7:00 PM. General Admission tickets are required for entry and are available for purchase at Eventbrite.com. Seating within the event is available on a first-come, first-served basis. General Admission tickets do not reserve a seat. If you require accessible seating accommodations, you must notify the venue in advance. This event is open to all ages with alcohol available for purchase to attendees ages 21 and over. Valid identification is required for the purchase and/or consumption of alcohol. Paid parking options are available to event attendees within the Station Square complex. Learn more about Saving Abel: Saving Abel is a Southern rock band with catchy hooks and heavy riffs founded by Jared Weeks and Jason Null and featuring Scott Bartlett, Scott Wilson and Dave Moraata. Their first single “Addicted” broke on to the scene, climbing its way quickly into a crossover hit from mainstream rock to Billboard Hot 100 and Top 40. With millions of sales under their belt, it’s easy to see how their self-titled debut album charted on Billboard’s Top 50 and became RIAA certified platinum. Their debut album delivered two more #1 singles with 18 days and Drowning (Face Down), across multiple charts and solidified this band's name in rock. Their sophomore album “Miss America” did not disappoint and followed down the same path their debut record had set. “Miss America” debuted in the top 25 albums and produced similar charting singles with “Stupid Girl (Only in Hollywood)" and “The Sex is Good”. After five Top 10 Billboard charting releases, Saving Abel went back into the studio for their third record “Bringing Down The Giant”. They released the title track off that album finding success and breaking the top 10 on multiple charts. Weeks and Null both felt a pull to revisit songs they had written prior to Saving Abel. Which then became "Shade of Grace - Twenty Year Songs" EP. Saving Abel have received multiple awards from MTV, VH1, Fuse, BMG and Music Choice. “Addicted” won the most played song of the year. Saving Abel is currently in the studio recording their forthcoming album. Learn more about 12 Stones: Vocalist Paul McCoy, bassist Kevin Dorr, guitarist Eric Weaver, and drummer Aaron Gainer were mostly still in their teens when they formed 12 Stones in the small New Orleans suburb of Mandeville, Louisiana. After performing no more than 12 live performances, they took their demo to New York City and performed at an industry showcase. The band ended up signing to Wind-Up Records to record its debut album with producer Jay Baumgardner. The album saw release in 2002, less than two years after the formation of the group. More success came to the band in 2003, when McCoy duetted with Evanescence on "Bring Me to Life," which became a smash hit and was included on the Daredevil soundtrack as well as Evanescence's debut album, Fallen. 12 Stones released their second album, Potter's Field, which featured a heavier, more guitar-driven sound than their debut, in 2004. After taking a break from music to spend time with their families, the bandmembers reconvened to make their third album. Affected by the impact of Hurricane Katrina on their hometown, 12 Stones recorded Anthem for the Underdog in Memphis, Tennessee with Justin Rimer and Skidd Mills during the better part of 2006, and the album was released in 2007. During the pre-production for their fourth album, Dorr returned to the fold -- he had been gone for five years beginning in 2004 -- and 12 Stones added Mike McManus as their new drummer. The first fruits of this new lineup appeared as the summer 2010 EP The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday. Later that year, the band parted ways with Wind-Up, signing with Executive Music Group for their next effort. In 2012 the band reunited with Underdog producer Mills for that fourth outing, Beneath the Scars, which featured the singles "Bulletproof" and "Infected." Work for their fifth effort began after they signed with Cleopatra Records in 2016. Picture Perfect arrived in the summer of 2017.

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CE Presents is a Pittsburgh based live entertainment promoter.
When & Where
Aug 29, 2024, 8:00pm to 11:00pm Timezone: EDT
$15.00


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