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  SWB guitarist, Cheryl Rinovato joins ranks among the latest of ' ♩ELANEY GUITARS' endorsed artists

  ​ SWB's official CD Release

Upcoming Venues

    Rumfish Grille
    1155 Washington Pike, Bridgeville
    Rumfish Grille
    1155 Washington Pike, Bridgeville
    Speal's Tavern
    1850 Lions Club Rd, New Alexandria (Intersection of Rt. 119 and Rt. 22)
    Franklin Blues and BBQ Festival
    Franklin, PA
    Speal's Tavern
    1850 Lions Club Rd, New Alexandria (Intersection of Rt. 119 and Rt. 22)

Stevee Wellons Band

Stevee Wellons​​
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Vocalist Stephanie Wellons, aka Stevee Wellons, has been performing in the tri-state area for the last 25 years and is known for her high-energy stage presence and performance. In her early twenties she began her musical career. Since then, Stevee has performed with numerous area bands and currently teaches and coaches voice at the prestigious Afro-American Institute in the Homewood Area of Pittsburgh. An experienced recording artist as well, Stevee has recorded in Pittsburgh, New York, Chicago and Baltimore. Stevee Wellons Band won the 2015 Blues Society of Western PA's Blues Challenge and represented Western PA at the 2016 International Blues Challenge.  
Cheryl Rinovato
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Applied Music with 2nd major in Arranging and Composition at famed Berklee College of Music, Cheryl began her musical career as a studio musician throughout New England. Since moving to Pittsburgh, Cheryl has pursued her musical career as a professional musician for numerous area bands and has done extensive studio work. Cheryl has also been the recipient of the prestigious Jim Weber Award, given to blues guitarist of the year, three times; in 2012, 2103 and 2015.    
Steve Binsberger  
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Born in the suburbs outside of Philadelphia, Steve started his musical career at age 5 when his parents bought him his first keyboard (a tiny 27 key Emenee organ). He would play that for hours driving his parents crazy. At 8 years old he started playing the accordion and banging away at an old player piano. He got a taste of performing in bars at age 13 and spent many years honing his craft by playing in several “garage bands” around the Philadelphia area. Finally, while attending Penn State University, he met Billy Price. Steve spent many years on the road playing Blues and R&B with Pittsburgh great Billy Price and the Keystone Rhythm Band. He left Billy Price and went back to school to continue his education and later joined local band 8 th Street Rox performing in and around Pittsburgh for some 22 years. Recently, wanting to get back to his blues roots, he joined Jill West and Blues Attack and now also playing with The Stevee Wellons Band. You can find his playing on several albums and CD’s from Billy Price, Bill Toms and Hard Rain, Jimmy Adler, Joe Gruscheky and the House Rockers, Jill West & Blues Attack, as well as other local bands.      
Jim Spears
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Jim Spears is from Western Pennsylvania by way of Los Angeles, California. He's performed with a mix of national and local blues/soul/rock/Americana artists like the Vince Agwada Band, Sweaty Betty Blues Band, Christopher Mark Jones, B.E. Taylor Group, the Blues Women of Pittsburgh, Sputzy & The Soul Providers, Joe Grushecky & The Houserockers, and 8th Street Rox. Jim regularly works with the Stevee Wellons Band and the Midnight Express Band.        
Greg McIltrot
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Greg has been playing music for most of his life. He received his first snare drum at age 5 only to be followed by his first full set of drums by age 8. Relying on his own instincts, he began to listen to the music, to feel it, interpret it, and then play it. Relying only on his ears, his ability started to excel. By age 10, he played his first professional gig and has been playing in a working band ever since.
Having played for audiences of every age from Michigan to New York to South Carolina, Greg has played virtually every genre of music including Rock, Blues, R&B, Funk, Jazz, Progressive, Disco, Country, and Folk, and has also played many musicals as part of the pit orchestra.
As a well-rounded musician, along with playing drums and percussion, Greg also plays guitar, bass, and harmonica, and is also a lead singer. No stranger to the studio, Greg has recorded drum, vocal, and harmonica tracks in various studios in and around the Tri-State area along with taking an active part in contributing to co-producing, song arranging and project marketing.
While playing in various professional bands, Greg’s travels have found him opening for many national acts including, Pat Benatar, The Outlaws, Spin Doctors, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Tommy Castro, Dr. Hook, Huey Louis and The News, Commander Cody Band, Donnie Iris and The Cruisers, The Henry Paul Band , and Leon Russell, to mention a few. In the recent past few years, Greg has worked locally with The Granati Brothers, Bailey Taylor, Mark Eddie, Rick Witkowski, Shari Richards, Scott Blasey of The Clarks, U.S. Kids, Tina Daniels, Craig King, as House Drummer at Charlie Murdoch’s in Pittsburgh PA, Bob Banerjee, Dallas Marks, The Sonny Pugar Memorial Foundation, and is also currently a member of The Matt Barranti Band, winners of the 2017 Blues Society of Western Pennsylvania International Blues Challenge.



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