If ‘Pomp’ wasn’t a karaoke crooner, what music would he enter blasting at his commencement? Cultural Trust TRAF planner Sarh Aziz already made one big event virtual, where would HER commencement be held? Musician Luke Weltz may know a thing or two about a musical arrangement, but what Pittsburgher would speak at HIS graduation? The Commencement Kinda Podcast is this week, ya jagoffs!
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Question of the Day
Commencement time is here and unique PGH locations are serving as great backdrops, where would be your perfect place? Or who would you like to hear speak? Or what music would be playing?
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3:55 Sarah Aziz
Director of the Three Rivers Arts Festival, Sarah Aziz reminds John that the umbrella display was two years ago, but there are over 60 artists to see virtually this year. Sarah and the Trust are keeping one of Pittsburgh’s most anticipated summer events alive, known as #TRAF. The festival is virtual, the art is real, find out about this two-month planning with local musicians and food trucks (all starting June 5!) by listening right here.
26:50 Bob Pompeani
Voice of a true jagoff, KDKA legend Bob Pompeani throws play–by–plays of his 37 years with KDKA-TV. His longevity includes Olympics in Japan, skinny jean fashion trends, and his passion for rapping Eminem with his karaoke ventures. Did we mention he had a couple of open-heart surgeries? Welcome the man who has stories that could last for days, plus find out how many ties he actually has by listening here!
51:18 Luke Weltz
Mentored by his grandmother at an early age, multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter Luke Weltz talks about family inspiration. The Latrobe native explains how he learned “the layering game” to produce his first album, “Blue Paint” coming soon! For now, you can catch him at Callaghan’s Irish Pub for Acoustic Sundays starting at 9 p.m. or RIGHT HERE!
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