Kaelber (Left to Right):
Tyler Riggle - Keyboard
Matt Reese - Drums
Luke Zajdel - Bass/Vocals
Noah Myers - Lead Guitar/Vocals
Phil Graziani - Rhythm Guitar
Festivals: Deutschtown Music Festival, Downtown Greensburg Music Fest, GareFest, Great Eastern Arts Festival, Hempfield Township Community Days, JamBrewzle, Millvale Music Festival, Penn Township Fall Festival, Rock All Night Tour (RANT), Vandergrift Arts Festival, Westmoreland Arts & Heritage Festival, WYEP's Summer Music Festival
Radio Coverage: 105.9 The X, 100.1 WCLG, 91.3 WYEP, Grass Roots on The Rock Station 97.7 FM, 91.7 FM WNJR, Lurch's Lair @ Neue Regel Radio, and The Pennsylvania Rock Show
Kaelber is an up and coming band out of Pittsburgh, PA that has been building a steady buzz in Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas since their first show in 2015. Kaelber combines an eclectic mix of psychedelic, alternative, progressive, and pop rock fused with punk, funk, and metal to create a truly unique sound. Kaelber's onstage energy is infectious as they showcase their original songs and play covers from influences such as the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Jimi Hendrix.
In 2017, Kaelber released their 1st EP, which can be purchased on iTunes and Amazon. It can also be streamed on Spotify, Pandora, and Apple Music. In addition, Kaelber won the 2017 Rock the Palace competition at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg, PA, the 2017 Westmoreland County Battle of the Bands at Twin Lakes in Greensburg, PA, and the 2017 Moon Township Battle of the Bands at Moon Park near Pittsburgh, PA. Furthermore, two of Kaelber's original songs "Something German" and "Oasis" were selected by AT&T SportsNet - Pittsburgh for the Pittsburgh Pirates Friday Night Rocks rotation. As well, Kaelber was the feature band for the Stage Right production, Night of the Living Dead, the Musical and wrote the music to the opening song from the musical, titled "Night of the Living Dead!". Finally, Kaelber was selected as one of the bands for 91.3 WYEP's Reimagination, Volume 5 CD recording project.
In 2018, Kaelber released their 2nd EP, titled Kaelber 2.1. In addition, Kaelber won the Winter Rock Challenge at Diesel and placed 2nd in the PennRock Scholarship Finals at Hard Rock Cafe in Pittsburgh, PA. Furthermore, Kaelber participated in several festivals such as the Deutschtown Music Festival, 1st Annual Downtown Greensburg Music Fest, GareFest, JamBrewzle, the Millvale Music Festival, Vandergrift Arts Festival, and WYEP's Summer Music Festival.