Join Pittsburgh musical artists Byron Nash and Phat Man Dee as they sing at the Opening Weekend of Carnegie Science Center's exhibit "GUITAR: The Instrument That Rocked The World"!

Come on Saturday May 21, between 11 AM - 2 PM, to hear the soulful tones of guitarist, musician, songwriter, and producer Byron Nash, as he kicks of the live music portion of this exciting exhibit as he electrifies the audience with his special brand of elevated rock n’ roll that’s unapologetically unique and steadfast in his impeccable ability to improvise based on sound alone. Nash takes audiences on a musical journey, bending genres at an intersection where powerful soul meets rock intensity.

Come on back on Sunday May 22, between 12 PM and 3 PM, to experience Pittsburgh's favorite diva Phat Man Dee. She shall sing with her fellow co-conspirators in jazz, guitarist John Bagnato, alto saxophonist Tony Campbell - bassist Dan Wasson, and drummer Dennis Garner. Phat Man Dee has been called a jazz provocateur, and she sings & duets her original compositions and eclectic repertoire of standards in English, Spanish, French, Hebrew, to name a few! What Carnegie Science Center says about their exciting exhibit! "Strum away through interactive displays showcasing the history, evolution, and science of guitars. As the world’s most popular musical instrument, the guitar has been part of our culture for hundreds of years. It has been around longer than baseball, football, and hamburgers and is the most enduring icon in American history! It has changed people’s lives and it has changed society."

The concerts and exhibit are free with admission to the museum, and teens can sign up for free memberships to all the Carnegie Museums!

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