As luck would have it, the Beagle Brothers have been Pittsburgh's premiere country band for 13 years. They are the foundation of the "Bloomfield Sound," which mixes honky-tonk and classic country with an accelerated, high energy performance. In 2012, they were featured on the cover of the Pittsburgh City Paper, to celebrate the release of their 4th album, "Dancers of the Drunken Two-Step." In 2014, they became the house band for Groundhog Day in Punxsutawney, PA and released a benefit 7" single on Mind Cure Records, with all proceeds benefiting WQED and the Fred Rogers Company. They returned to Punxsutawney in 2015 as the house band, where they were featured and lampooned on Comedy Central's "The Daily Show" as "Punxsutawney's Zac Brown cover band." In addition to releasing 3 7" singles in 2015, they were honored by the City Council of Pittsburgh with a proclamation to name December 12th 2015 "Beagle Brothers Day". Their latest album "Hearts Go By" arrived in 2017, which saw the band expanding their country rock sound to include a drummer for the first time. They have shared the stage with David Allan Coe, Reverend Horton Heat, and Wayne Hancock, as well as headlining performances for the Commonwealth Press Beer Barge and Pittsburgh's annual Johnny Cash Day.