Fan Talk
Number of Messages: 4
Joe G
Happy Birthday Johnny!!
I am so proud to have you by my side on stage and off.
Love you son
Sat August 18th, 2018 9:02 AM Somewhere East Of Eden
Bob
Great show at Seven Springs last night. Thanks Joe, Johnny, Joffo, Jeff, and Danny for a great night of music and now memories.
Sun August 05th, 2018 11:30 AM Greensburg/Maryland
dc
DR. JOE GRUSHECKY AND THE HOUSEROCKERS
RIVERS CASINO
PITTSBURGH, PA
AUGUST 3, 2018

INTRO: THE BEAT THE BEAT THE BEAT - COME ON EVERYBODY

BOXSCORE:

BLONDIE
CODE OF SILENCE
LABOR OF LOVE
EAST CARSON STREET
ANOTHER THIN LINE
HOLD ON I’M COMIN - WITH BILLY PRICE AND THE KEYSTONE RHYTHM BAND HORN SECTION
BLOOD SWEAT AND BEERS
REV IT UP
PUMPING IRON
BURN US DOWN
DARK AND BLODDY GROUND
CHAIN SMOKIN…GREAT SLOWHAND BY DANNY
MORE YESTERDAYS THAN TOMMORROWS
DOWN THE ROAD APEICE/WIPEOUT
JUNIOR’S BAR
MONY MONY

PA TURNPIKE: HIGHWAY ROBBERY
RIVERS CASINO MOSQUITOES: OPPORTUNISTIC AND THIRSTY
JOE, JOFFO, JOHNNY, JEFF, AND DANNY
Sat August 04th, 2018 11:31 AM Warrington Avenue
Joe G
THANK YOU ASBURY PARK
From Backstreets Magazine

With one foot in the teaching world and one foot in the rock music world, Joe Grushecky has been a staple on the Jersey Shore scene for 25 years. Stating that he never wanted to give up his music career, Grushecky admits he doesn't know how he balances it all. "I just do," he laughed. He described Asbury as a "real music town — it's in peoples' DNA".

Calling it his best album yet, Joe highlighted his recently released More Yesterdays Than Tomorrows during the show with an energy that permeated the crowd. The album took about a year and a half to record, Joe's son and bandmate Johnny Grushecky having a heavy hand in the album's production. "That's What Makes Us Great," the album's new protest song that features Bruce Springsteen's vocals on the recording, came out toward the end of the night.

Also among the songs the Houserockers performed were five that Grushecky co-wrote with Springsteen: "Code of Silence," "Another Thin Line," "Homestead," "Dark and Bloody Ground," and "I'm Not Sleeping."

During the set, Joe's preamble to "Work in Progress" stated that he is just getting started, and that there's more to come. His poignant dedication of "Never Be Enough Time" to Bob Benjamin, a longtime friend and the founder of the Light of Day Foundation, allowed the crowd to feel the love and reverence he has for Benjamin. Grushecky credits Light of Day with "keeping Asbury alive." This sold-out crowd was happy — happy to be a part of this celebration of summer and this celebration of life.
- July 17, 2018 - reporting Lisa Magliano

Thu July 19th, 2018 8:05 PM Somewhere East Of Eden

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