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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Joe Grushecky And The Houserockers* - Coming Home at Discogs. Complete your Joe Grushecky And The Houserockers* collection.
  2. Much like Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band or Southside Johnny & the Asbury Dukes, Joe Grushecky & the Houserockers have been making American blue-collar bar rock that draws on classic R&B from the s on. Unlike his New Jersey counterparts, however, Grushecky calls the Iron City of Pittsburgh home. He has also never received the accolades or attention of his New Jersey counterparts.
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  4. Joe Grushecky is an American Singer/Songwriter from Pittsburgh PA. It's In My Song is Joe Grushecky's new solo acoustic CD. Joe is in the Pittsburgh Music Hall of Fame, Joe Grushecky and the Houserockers are a Pittsburgh Rock and Roll band that plays with the likes of Bruce Springsteen, WIllie Nile, John Cafferty, Southside Johnny and more.
  5. Buy Down the Road Apiece Live by Joe Grushecky & the Houserockers online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available on CD - starting at $ Shop now.
  6. Live from Joe’s Place Night 6: Stories Behind The Songs Virtual tip jar: Venmo: @houserockers PayPal: ophreicleavwhimlitab.nipafmilucadecketerwalarafa.infoinfo or @grusheckymgmt Please consider donating to ophreicleavwhimlitab.nipafmilucadecketerwalarafa.infoinfo Joe Grushecky.
  7. The Iron City Houserockers were an American rock band from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, led by the singer and guitarist Joe Grushecky, from to
  8. Jul 05,  · Johnny Grushecky turned out to be a master motivator. More Yesterdays Than Tomorrows is one of the best albums of Joe Grushecky's career, a career that has been perennially underappreciated since the '70s, when he was leading the then-Iron City Houserockers and turning out brawny, blue-collar rockers like "Pumping Iron" and "Have a Good Time But Get Out Alive.".

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