Everest Gray is a new Pittsburgh artist making Indie-Rock music for her small dog, and salty teenage girls who wish they were born in the 90s.

Everest Gray is a new Pittsburgh artist making Indie-Rock music for her small dog, and salty teenage girls who wish they were born in the 90s.

A one women force of nature, Everest's expansive discography captures the rawness of a heartbroken teenaged diary, with introspective lyrics, intricate melodies, and era-blending vibes that can easily fit in the background of any setting or thrive as the main event.

Everest is a featured artist and the album cover designer of 91.3 WYEP's Reimagination 10, which includes her original Outsider's View: a deceptively soft indie song with a soulful, rock twist. Outsider's View took home Carnegie Library’s “Song of the Year” award, received radio airtime, and has garnered over 1000 Spotify streams. Through this process, Everest bonded with Rick Witkowski, producer of Outsider's View, who has produced Oscar winning, Emmy winning, and Billboard top 100 projects. She has since released Until I Thought it Through: a strong-willed, driving groove with a melody that never gets out of your head. Her and Rick are still working together, with plenty of singles up their sleave and plans for a long-form project soon.

She has most recently been seen headlining the Andy Warhol Museum's Youth Invasion Event. Some interesting recent gigs include performing with the Eds, Bigfoot, and Corduroy at Trace Brewery, Auberle’s “Voices Carry” charity Gala with 300+ attendees, alongside DJ Bonics, Joe Grushecky, Melinda Colaizzi, Ashley Marina, and The Clarks, Carnegie Science Center's Fourth of July festival atop the USS Requin submarine, Pittsburgh's Market Square, and in many other local venues. She also recently appeared on Saturday Light Brigade for a radio interview and live acoustic set with Larry Berger. Everest has been writing music and playing guitar her entire life, and has hundreds of original songs and covers at the ready to perform.

Outside of rocking, Everest is a prolific writer and actor who authored, produced, directed, and accompanied her own original musical, The Canary in the Coal Mine. She recently starred as Veronica in Heathers, Elizabeth in Pride and Prejudice, and Mimi in Rent.

RECENT GIGS

Andy Warhol Museum

April 26

"This is Not Youth Invasion" at the Andy Warhol Museum

Featured set for the 2024 Andy Warhol Youth Invasion (April 26, from 5-10pm)
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Variety Concert

April 21

Variety Concert by Emma Perman with Band together Pittsburgh

Eagle Project Variety Concert by Emma Perman with Band together Pittsburgh (April 21, 4pm, 1520 Butler Plank Rd, Glenshaw PA, 15116)
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"She is incredible. If you like Alanis Morissette, and 90s grunge, but if you also like Olivia Rodrigo and all the new girl pop, she is like the perfect mashup of everything, but she's her own artist."

-Brady Collins classically trained Soprano, director, living historian, vocal coach, and producer

"I'm honoured to work with [her]. [She's] in highschool, and I can't believe it. [Her] future is bright."

-Rick Witkowski producer of Oscar and Emmy winning projects and a Billboard top 100 artist

"It's pretty stunning to think of the imagery, it really is beautiful."



"really a good performer, [she's] playing aggressively, yet clearly and putting a lot of energy into what [she's] doing.

-Larry Berger founder and executive producer of radio program Saturday Light Brigade

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Everest Gray LIVE from Trace Brewery

Everest Gray LIVE from Market Square

Everest Gray LIVE from the USS Requin

Everest Gray other recent appearances

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