Episode 484 features the debut of Noah Myers of Kaelber on the Pennsylvania Rock Show.
Segment 1 with Kaelber
- How would you describe your sound?
- If an apocalyptic event happens, and only one of your songs survived, which song would it be and why?
- What would your tour soundtrack be, between shows?
- If you could go back in time and follow a band around for a year who would you follow?
- What is one thing, that fans of your band would be surprised to know about you?
- If you could forget any album so that you can listen to it again for the first time, which would it be?
- Tell me about the moment that you realized you wanted to be in a band.
- Tell us about your song, Cardinal.
- What does the seahorse mean on the first EP cover mean?
Segment 2 with Noah
- If you could open for any internationally touring band, who would it be and where would you want to open the tour?
- If you had to pick the 1 person that has supported you the most as a musician, who would you pick and why?
- What’s your favorite venue to play at?
- Tell me about an embarrassing moment you had on stage?
Kaelber is a pop-rock group hailing from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Led by frontman guitarist/songwriter/producer Noah Myers and drummer Matt Reese, the band is acclaimed for their high volume and energetic live show, powered by Myers’ technical guitar prowess and flashy showmanship as well as Reese’s bombastic and hypnotic drumming.
The band has released two independent self-titled EP’s since early 2017, with Myers covering the production, songwriting, arranging, guitar, vocals, keyboards, and drum/bass programming with Reese covering drums, percussion, and arranging.
Kaelber is known for winning numerous band competitions in Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas such as the Moon Township Battle of the Bands, Greensburg’s Rock the Palace, and the Westmoreland County Battle of the Bands. Kaelber has also received steady rotation on regional radio, as well as live performances of “Torch” and “Something German” on 102.5 WDVE Pittsburgh. Songs “Something German” and “Oasis” have used routinely by AT&T Sportsnet on Pittsburgh Pirates broadcasts.
Kaelber’s live lineup is filled out by Tyler Riggle on keyboards, Philip Graziani on rhythm guitar, and Braden Nichols on bass.