Monthly Archives: January 2020
Trevolta was featured in the The Butler Eagle local newspaper today! This article appeared both in the paper copy and online, highlighting the series of Saturday Night Special concerts that we’re hosting at the Butler Art Center.
By the time Kansas released it’s breakthrough album, Leftoverture, in 1976, progressive rock music was hitting it’s popularity stride. Pink Floyd, Genesis and Yes were blazing the trail of stylistic experimentation and exploration that came to define ‘prog rock’. Fusing together elements of jazz, folk, blues, classical and rock music, the prog rock movement utilized complex arrangements, time signature changes, song length and fantasy subject matters to captivate its listeners. Kerry Livgren,… Read More
On January 25, Trevolta returns to the Butler Art Center for the second of four shows through the winter. We will headline the Saturday Night Special at the Butler Art Center with three other bands joining us for an awesome night of Rock ‘n Roll! If you missed the first show, make sure you get yourself and some friends to this one! The guests will include Commissioner, The Cryptids and Better Think… Read More
Boston’s spaceship guitars flew boldly onto the Rock & Roll music scene with their debut album selling almost a half million copies in just a few weeks after its release in August of 1976. In the forty-plus years since then, the album has sold over 17 million copies, a remarkable testimony to the staying power of the classic rock sound that defined the Seventies. It had to be a musical masterpiece, given… Read More
We are pleased to announce that Trevolta will be participating in the January Jam 2020 benefit event hosted by Fostering Music. This will be held on Saturday, January 18, starting at 3:00pm at the Inn at Lenape Heights. A bunch of great bands will be there for a fantastic afternoon and evening of amazing entertainment to help provide musical instruments and lessons for kids in the foster care system. It’s only $10.00… Read More
We had a very busy year in 2019! Here’s a list of five of our favorite events: 1). Studio recording with Matt Muckle and Matty Vaughan 2). Jergel’s Rhythm Grill, opening for E5C4P3 Journey Tribute Band 3). Deutschtown Music Festival on Pittsburgh’s North Side 4). Hard Rock Cafe at Station Square in Pittsburgh 5). Dry Bones Street Festival in Tarentum