The Lava Game joins the talent network, inc. roster
Welcoming the touring live, cover band, The Lava Game to the growing roster at talent network, inc.
The Lava Game has been a fixture in the Pittsburgh music scene for over 10 years. They are a popular party band that performs a high-energy and interactive stage show. Mostly known for playing alternative rock covers of Top 40 hits from the past few decades, the band has an extremely diverse song list and they cover a wide variety of genres ranging from rock, hip hop, alternative, pop punk, classic rock and funk. They can also tailor their set lists based on the audience to help maximize crowd engagement and satisfaction. The Lava Game tours consistently across the Midwest and East Coast for a variety of audiences – from nightclubs to festivals, private events and beyond.
To hire talent or entertainment for your event, please contact us here at talent network, inc.
Ask for David Sedelmeier, Kathleen Doolan Morris or Megan Montanaro
Now represented by talent network, inc.
talent network, inc. entertainment and management agency is excited to welcome Pittsburgh’s own, Celina Pompeani to our roster of talent.
Celina is available for personal appearances, event hosting and public speaking engagements.
About Celina: Daughter of long-time Pittsburgh sports news anchor, Bob Pompeani, Celina has a degree in broadcast journalism and now can be seen working for the Pittsburgh Penguins as the in-arena host on PensTV along with being the early morning traffic anchor on KDKA-TV.
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