Cabinet Performs at Pittsburgh's Club Cafe During Their New Year's Eve Tour

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On Sunday, Cabinet, a talented Pennsylvanian bluegrass band, made a stop in Pittsburgh for their New Year's Eve tour.

On their 5 night run, Cabinet stopped in Virginia, DC and Pennsylvania to promote their newest release of 'This Is Cabinet: Set II'.

The band will end in West Chester, PA on New Year's Eve with three different sets for the evening.

Formed in 2006, the band is made up of six young and talented members all sharing the same love for music: Pappy Biondo on vocals and banjo, JP Biondo on mandolin and vocals, Mickey Coviello on acoustic guitar and vocals, Dylan Skursky on electric bass and double bass, Todd Kopec on fiddle and vocals and Jami Novak on drums and percussion.

Cabinet mixes a few different genres into their music, including roots, bluegrass, country and folk, and let their Appalachian traditions and influences shine through their work.

With influences from Grateful Dead's old-time bluegrass and American Beauty era, Cabinet has had the ability to gain a following of a wide range of ages.

Each of the band's songs has its own story, with lyrics, harmonies and vocals that really connect the listeners and audiences to their talented pieces. "Their music takes the long way home, treating its listeners like passengers on a ride through scenic back roads", a recent press release stated about Cabinet's unique music.

While performing, Cabinet had the crowd and audience dancing in the small and quaint venue of Pittsburgh's Club Cafe.

'This Is Cabinet: Set II' was released a few weeks back on December 10th and features tracks that the band recorded while on tour last spring.

To download or stream their newest release, be sure to visit Cabinet's website at and listen on band camp at! Look forward to hearing more from Cabinet in the new year, and certainly more performances along the East Coast.