Gashouse Annie
Mar
30
7:00 PM19:00

Gashouse Annie

Gashouse Annie has opened for Loretta Lynn at the Pepsi Roadhouse in Burgettstown, PA. 
See a review of the show from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. 

The Gashouse Annie band has opened for many other top artists over the last 20 years. This includes appearances with legends Willie Nelson, Barbara Mandrell & Glen Campbell, and newer country artists Aaron Tippin, Toby Keith, Kenny Chesney, Brooks & Dunn at venues such as the Post Gazette Pavillion, Pepsi Roadhouse, IC Light Tent and Wheeling Jamboree.

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DJ Trivia-Pittsburgh
Mar
31
5:00 PM17:00

DJ Trivia-Pittsburgh

DJ Trivia is America's #1 Trivia Game. with 20+ years of research it is designed to get families and teams fully involved with the game. League play to start soon. It fun to play and free with a chance to win great prizes. This game is for all ages.

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Hy-5
Apr
6
7:00 PM19:00

Hy-5

Great local band with a big following. Pumped for their debut in the Levity Taproom!

Rob Ruff and Dave Donaldson have been with HY-5 since its start in the 1980's. Since then, there have been slight variations of its members, but have always consistently provided quality classic rock tunes to its fans. Since Rob and Dave are from Ligonier, HY-5 started playing primarily in that area which has created a great fan base there and has grown to the surrounding areas.
Rob Ruff has been playing guitar since he was 15 years old. His early influences of Pink Floyd and Black Sabbath can still be heard in his style today. His technique is second to none and his constant desire to improve inspires us all to become better musicians. He has played in several bands over the years and even wrote all the music in an original band he had.
Dave Donaldson started drumming after Rob expressed the need for a drummer in a band he was forming early in his career. Now, 40+ years later, he keeps us rocking without missing a beat. Dave also chimes in with vocals on several songs.
Bob Mulhollen is from the Somerset area. He has played bass in several different bands over the years but has always stayed true to his love of classic rock. He sings lead on many of our songs as well as harmony on many others. He was also in the original band with Rob.
Gary Hay lives in the Ligonier area. He plays guitar and harmonica as well as adds vocals to many songs and takes the lead on a couple. Gary just loves to play. If there's a guitar around, Gary is playing it!
MaryAnn Ruff sang in lounge-type bands until Rob's original progressive rock band needed some back-up vocals and keyboards. Now she is enjoying singing the "chick" tunes for HY-5 and adding some keyboard.

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Shirts, Waivers, & Beer
May
2
5:00 PM17:00

Shirts, Waivers, & Beer

Come join us for our annual season kick-off event at Levity Brewing Company. Connect or RE-connect with your team, have a few craft beers and tasty food at one of our FAVORITE and most loyal sponsors! This is your first (and BEST) chance to pick up your team shirts, pre-ordered fan shirts, and sign your insurance waivers (required). If you are unable to attend this event - you MUST attend the Scrimmage event the following week.

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Gentlemen Brawlers
Mar
22
7:00 PM19:00

Gentlemen Brawlers

You aint seen nothing like these gents (and lady). From Brooklyn, NY, we snagged them on their way touring west. As always, no cover! Here's what the professionals have to say about them...

BROOKLYN & QUEENS, NY: Gentleman Brawlers, a Brooklyn 6-Piece, are psychedelic Afro-soul revivalists known for their spooky, stylized tunes drenched in analog tape echo and spring reverb. Drawing influences from throwback electronica and acid rock into their funk-based compositions, the ‘Brawlers deliver a live show with plenty of heat, crackling energy, and butt-shaking whomp. While working on the tracks for their first full-length LP (due May 2018), the ‘Brawlers have honed their live show on college campuses and the festival circuit. Notable performances took place at Chicago’s Navy Pier, Daryl’s House, Princeton University’s storied Terrace F. Club, Bethlehem’s Musikfest, WNYC’s The Greene Space, Brooklyn’s Knitting Factory, and recently an in-studio appearance on WBEZ Chicago (home of NPR’s Wait Wait . . . Don’t Tell Me and This American Life). Adventurous art-pop experimenters by trade, the band recently expanded their lineup and narrowed their focus to create a live music project dedicated to just one of the sonic ventures hinted at on previous recordings—the Lagos-by-way-of-Brooklyn Afrobeat sound of their single My Theory—and began performing in NYC jazz & world music clubs as the Gentleman Brawlers Afrobeat Project.


The band has drawn acclaim in the New York and London music press. They were brought to the attention of the Internet when Veteran BBC music writer Tom Robinson tipped them as a band showing great promise, calling the ‘Brawlers “a virtuoso live band, grooving together like a beautifully engineered machine.” Formed in 2011, the group consists of Becca Fox (vocals/keys), “Chatty Matty” Walsh (vocals/guitar), Jeremy Warren (drums), Trevor Brown (bass), Oskar Stenmark (trumpet), and Xavier Del Castillo (saxophone). Their first single “I Ain’t No Brian Wilson (I Was Made For These Times)” appeared on Occupy This Album, a musical tribute to the Occupy movement. The following year the band dropped an EP, We Were Made For These Times, on the band’s own Brooklyn Fields imprint. Since then, the band has been a stylish presence on the tour and festival circuit and will release their first full length LP in May 2018.

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Willow Hill at Levity (with full band?!)
Mar
21
7:00 PM19:00

Willow Hill at Levity (with full band?!)

An act that needs no introduction to the Levity tribe, Willow Hill Music returns to Indiana for the concert event of the century. Like the event on FB to get updates... It remains to be seen whether this will be indoors or outdoors. Can't you just picture sitting around a camp fire, in a flannel, listening to killer live music?? Of course, indoors we get comfy and have so much togetherness. I don't know... it's too soon to call. 

From their own site...

Willow Hill is a burst of color on the canvas of modern country music. The husband and wife duo of Alexandra & C.T. Fields has earned a loyal fan base across the entire United States with Alexandra’s iconic soulful voice and C.T.’s infectious guitar riffs. Having written songs together for over 12 years, the two enjoyed some national success in their rock group Lovebettie with a Rolling Stone “Band to Watch” mention, and over 200 dates per year of touring. The band was also a regular name at major festivals like Sturgis, Rocklahoma, and Summerfest – where they supported the legendary Pat Benatar. During that time the couple began writing songs outside of the realm of rock and roll, and finally found where their hearts felt at home… in country music.
While admiring the authentic songwriting of country radio that they were raised on, and attending festivals like Stage Coach Music Festival and Delaware’s Junction Festival, Alexandra & C.T. penned the first songs that would be the foundation for Willow Hill, and recorded their debut EP, Highway One. Recorded in Nashville’s historic Benchmark studios, Highway One is produced by Zach Abend with the assistance of Executive Producer Jeff Cohen of As You Wish Music, who’s credits include songs with Sugarland, Big & Rich, and The Band Perry. The Ep has immediately gained steam with some of the industry’s biggest tastemakers, and is set to make a splash on mainstream country radio.

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Books and Beers
Mar
19
4:00 PM16:00

Books and Beers

The New Century Club has an ambitious goal to raise funds for the Indiana Free Library. Our library is such a gift to this town. If you're a reader, a parent, a concerned citizen, or just a lover of knowledge (and/or beer) please come out to this fun event and drop some coin in the plate as it passes ;) THANK YOU!

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Uke Jam
Feb
27
7:00 PM19:00

Uke Jam

You know what the last Wednesday of the month is .... time for another ukulele jam! I hope you all will come out and join in the fun. All ages and playing abilities are welcome (even those who have never touched a ukulele)!!!!

We even have ukuleles you can borrow from the bar (but get there early to make sure you get one). The songs are done karaoke style, where we have a big screen with the song lyrics and chords on them (and even chord charts that show you where to put your fingers).

Spread the word, and I hope to see you here! Bring a friend! Let's have the biggest jam yet!

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Levity Brewing Presents: Chris Rattie & The New Rebels
Feb
1
7:00 PM19:00

Levity Brewing Presents: Chris Rattie & The New Rebels

“Rustic rock with a blend of energy and heart”

Born and raised in Northeastern PA, Chris began playing music initially as a drummer, he learned his craft on Friday and Saturday nights in the hard nosed, coal region pubs scattered throughout once vibrant towns, abandoned anthracite breakers haunting their outskirts. The bar stools were mostly occupied by tough, working class people, known for their blunt honesty but good intent. It’s that “hardness with a big heart” attitude that Chris would later carry into his songwriting…

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Smooth Sounds Band
Jan
18
12:30 PM12:30

Smooth Sounds Band

Smooth Sound is a six piece band from Johnstown, Pennsylvania founded by Oscar Cashaw, Sr. As shows have grown, their fan base has as well and ranges from eighteen years of age to eighty-eight year olds. In addition, the bands library of music has increased and includes hip-hop, rap, reggae and funk along with their very own original compositions.

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Willow Hill at Levity
Dec
27
7:00 PM19:00

Willow Hill at Levity

An act that needs no introduction to the Levity tribe, Willow Hill Music returns to Indiana for the concert event of the century. Like the event on FB to get updates... It remains to be seen whether this will be indoors or outdoors. Can't you just picture sitting around a camp fire, in a flannel, listening to killer live music?? Of course, indoors we get comfy and have so much togetherness. I don't know... it's too soon to call. 

From their own site...

Willow Hill is a burst of color on the canvas of modern country music. The husband and wife duo of Alexandra & C.T. Fields has earned a loyal fan base across the entire United States with Alexandra’s iconic soulful voice and C.T.’s infectious guitar riffs. Having written songs together for over 12 years, the two enjoyed some national success in their rock group Lovebettie with a Rolling Stone “Band to Watch” mention, and over 200 dates per year of touring. The band was also a regular name at major festivals like Sturgis, Rocklahoma, and Summerfest – where they supported the legendary Pat Benatar. During that time the couple began writing songs outside of the realm of rock and roll, and finally found where their hearts felt at home… in country music.
While admiring the authentic songwriting of country radio that they were raised on, and attending festivals like Stage Coach Music Festival and Delaware’s Junction Festival, Alexandra & C.T. penned the first songs that would be the foundation for Willow Hill, and recorded their debut EP, Highway One. Recorded in Nashville’s historic Benchmark studios, Highway One is produced by Zach Abend with the assistance of Executive Producer Jeff Cohen of As You Wish Music, who’s credits include songs with Sugarland, Big & Rich, and The Band Perry. The Ep has immediately gained steam with some of the industry’s biggest tastemakers, and is set to make a splash on mainstream country radio.

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