The living street
"The hardest working musicians in Pittsburgh" - Greg Joseph, bassist in The Clarks
The Living Street is Edward J. Angelo and Nick Guckert, a folk-rock duo formed in Pittsburgh, PA in July of 2017. The two lifelong friends have been performing and songwriting together for over a decade.
Constant performing over the past three years has polished their live sound and led the way to writing and co-producing their sophomore album, It Won’t Last, followed by new single, Long Day.
Their songs include themes of love lost, love gained, and love enjoyed, not just in relationships, but the love in everything they do. View full bio.
NEW ALBUM It won't last Available now
The Living Street released their sophomore album ‘It Won’t Last’ August 30th, 2019 at a SOLD OUT show at Club Cafe in South Side Pittsburgh.
'It Won't Last' features highlight tracks “Mean The Most”, “Home On The Road”, and “Disco Ball” plus 6 other original songs.
For The Living Street, the live performances are the best part of the job. They pride themselves in their ability to entertain, averaging around 5 performances a week, with some over 4 hours long.
They've put their honest songs to work by touring the east and west coasts of the United States and Canada, spanning over 35 states and 2 provinces.
When they’re not on the road, The Living Street frequents local venues in their hometown of Pittsburgh, PA, and its surrounding areas in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia.
Be on the lookout for their next tour or learn more about how to book The Living Street for your next event.