On June 6, 2012, Brookline Park
was the scene of Cannon Coffee's Open-Air Open-Mic Night at the park
pavilion. Open-Mic Nights are held every Wednesday evening at Cannon
Coffee's shop on Brookline Boulevard, but this was the first time that
organizer Nate Mallory brought the show to the open air of Brookline
Emerging artists from around the area
came to Brookline Park to showcase their talents.
This was a chance for emerging
local artists to showcase their talents and bring some good original
music to the patrons and spectators that gathered around the pavilion.
The show began at 6:00pm and lasted until dark. Several artists performed.
Refreshments were provided, courtesy of Cannon Coffee and State
Legislator-elect Erin Molchany, who shared her talents on the grill to
keep the spectators well fed.
For more information on future
Open-Mic Nights at Brookline Park, contact Nate Mallory at Cannon Coffee,
802 Brookline Boulevard, Pittsburgh, PA 15226. Phone: 412-563-0202
State Legislator-elect Erin Molchany
kept things cooking at the grill. There were hamburgers and hot dogs for