Northern PA’s driving rock trio, the Charlie Wheeler Band, delivers rippin’ guitar jams that make their bad-ass live shows a high energy experience where fans party hard all night long. Hailing from a small town called Ridgway, PA, the Charlie Wheeler Band exudes a toughness that can only be cultivated in the working class environs from which they’ve emerged. The band’s hard-driving, blue-collar soul music is reminiscent of the Black Crowes and The Allman Brothers Band, coupled with the blunt force of Pearl Jam. With lyrics that can at times be light, heavy, deep, and even funny, the band’s songs tell stories of life, love, and living life on the edge.
|01 Mar 2019||Johnsonburg, PA KJ's||KJ's|
|02 Mar 2019||Pittsburgh, PA Club Cafe||Club Cafe|
|09 Mar 2019||Brookville, PA The Hourglass||The Hourglass|
|16 Mar 2019||Erie, PA Scotty's||Scotty's|
|23 Mar 2019||Erie, PA The Kings Rook||The Kings Rook|
Charlie Wheeler Trio – Semi Good Lookin’ LIVE at Jordan’s in Ridgway, 5-23-15
Charlie Wheeler Trio – River’s Gonna’ Rise LIVE 2-27-15
Charlie Wheeler Trio – Big City Blues LIVE at Winter Blues & Brews
Charlie Wheeler Trio – Gimme Shelter Cover – Live At Jordan’s 1-16-15
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Charlie Wheeler – Blues Karma And The Kitchen Sink www.charliewheelerband.com Self Release 12 songs – 58 minutes The Charlie Wheeler Band are a three-piece based in Ridgway, PA, and Blues Karma And The Kitchen Sink is their fourth studio album. Essentially, they play traditional blues-rock, mixing equal parts of blues,...
An In Depth Interview with Charlie Wheeler
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Charlie Wheeler Band Releases “Blues Karma And The Kitchen Sink” Single Ahead Of Album Release [Premiere]
Charlie Wheeler Interview with blues.gr Charlie sat down with the folks at Blues.gr, the definitive source for blues music in Greece, for an in-depth interview. Here’s their exchange: What do you learn about yourself from the Rock n’ Roll culture and what does the blues mean to you? I’ve learned...