Aching to see a show after months of being home every Saturday night? So are we. That’s why Adda Coffee and Tea launched our Sunday Showcase Series to bring live, local music to you every Sunday. These live streamed events showcase the incredible music talent in the Pittsburgh community. Each event also offers viewers the opportunity to donate to a charity of the musician’s choice. Past donations have gone to the Sewickley Valley YMCA and its supporting programs, SisTers PGH, the Homewood Children’s Village, Ronald McDonald House, Animal Welfare Institute and the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.

The Musicians

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Feralcat and the Wild

Feralcat and the Wild has created their unique sound by pulling from the many musical eras of their lives.
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Bilal Abbey

Bilal Abbey is a Pittsburgh hip hop artist and producer, who performs solo, and with the group Tribe Eternal.
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Avi Diamond

Avi Diamond mixes soulful vocals, acoustic-folk instrumentation and brutally honest storytelling to create a unique musical experience.
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Bindley Hardware Co.

Bindley Hardware Co. calls their sound “Rustbelt Americana.” It pulls in traditional Appalachian instruments and influences from old ballads. “I like the Pittsburgh vibe. It’s blue collar but it has some magic to it. We have a lot of history and culture.” says Bindley. 
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Ferdinand the Bull

Ferdinand the Bull was the first band featured in Adda’s Sunday Showcase series. The band, comprised of singer/songwriter Nick Snyder, bassist Jon Leff and drummer Pete Peters, formed in 2013 and has been playing the Pittsburgh music scene since. 
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Chandra Rhyme

Chandra Rhyme, a Pittsburgh-based artist, has made a name for herself in the underground music scene for her pop and R&B-infused hip-hop records. Rhymes’ vocals are clear and multidimensional, rising and falling over strong backbeats and pulling the listener into her world.