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Stage Door Session: Bindley Hardware Company with Special Guest Adrian Niles

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Friday, September 15, 2023 at 7:00pm

Enjoy an evening of brews, food, and music in the Capitol Theatre alley at the legendary backstage entrance to the historic theatre. In the shadow of the historic Wheeling Suspension Bridge, rust-belt band Bindley Hardware Co. and local favorite Adrian Niles will roll out Americana originals. Enjoy a beverage and great food with beautiful views of the Ohio River. Beer available including Kona Brewing Company. Pair Kona Brewing Co. with a selection of Chimichurri Steak, Hawaiian Chicken, Balsamic Vegetable, and Sweet & Spicy Grilled Fruit Kabobs! Tickets available for $15 cash at the WesBanco Arena Box Office. Tickets are also available online at or by calling 304-233-7000. Credit Fees apply.


Chimichurri Steak with Rice – $6.00

                steak, onion, peppers, tomato

Hawaiian Chicken with Rice – $5.00

                chicken, onion, peppers, pineapple

Balsamic Vegetable with Rice – $4.00

                squash, onion, tomato, pepper, mushroom

Sweet & Spicy Grilled Fruit – $4.00

                strawberry, pineapple, watermelon, hot honey

Soft Pretzel – $4.00

Popcorn – $3.00

Soda – $3.00

Water – $3.00


 16oz Kona Brewing Cans – $5.00

16oz Domestics- $5.00

Support provided by Carenbauer Distributing Corp. 

Bindley Hardware Co. is a rust-belt Americana band from Pittsburgh, PA. They draw influence from classic country, folk and modern alt-country, as well as from the original Bindley Hardware Co., its namesake hardware store owned and operated by frontman Jon’s family during Pittsburgh’s industrial boom in the early 20th century. “To be able to make music or have any kind of creative endeavor that identifies where you’re from is really important. Things in Pittsburgh inspire me every day. The Bindley Hardware Co. has such a rich history and I’m kind of making it my own,” Bindley said.

Adrian Niles – A singer, songwriter, and guitarist who fuses the raw passions of folk and blues with the force and swagger of rock and roll, Adrian Niles grew up in a musical family in the Ohio Valley near Wheeling, West Virginia.

Niles formed the Adrian Niles Band. The band gigged heavily, finding loyal fans in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Wheeling, West Virginia, and the regional area. In 1998 the Adrian Niles Band released their first album, Manumit, produced in part by Pittsburgh rock hero Norman Nardíni. While the album was well received, the Adrian Niles Band soon broke up. Niles would primarily gig as a solo act until 2006, when he formed the roots rock band the Trainjumpers with Matt Heusel. The group’s debut album, 2007’s Deadtown, was well received by fans and critics, but before long Niles opted out of the group and recommitted himself to a solo career.

In 2008, Niles released his second compilation of songs Things Gonna Break, and two more albums followed in 2010, a studio set titled Ghost Road and a līve disc, Bootlegged Down on Main Street. By this time, Niles was establishing himself as a powerful līve act, and he was sharing stages with the likes of Dave Mason, Los Lonely Boys, and New Riders of the Purple Sage, as well as earning high marks in blues showcases in Memphis, Tennessee. and Harrisburg, PA. In 2011, Niles released Roll and Move, and three years later he dropped Rough Rider. during that span, Niles licensed songs for use on the popular TV shows Justified and The Young and the Restless.

In late 2015, Niles delivered Supermoon, a record with a strong lyrical narrative, vintage-tone heavy guitars, big drums, and loud bass, an effected Fender Rhodes, and Hammond organ, a true to form classic rock sound. -Mark Deming (All Music Guide)

In the years following Supermoon, Niles released Digital 45, a two-song collection of original folk songs. He, also, produced an original holiday song called Christmas Bell.

Adrian spent the latter part of 2019 and the quarantine months of 2020 writing and recording his seventh record at his home in Ohio. Distant Skies is captivating and deep, it delves into the darker parts of the labyrinth forged by a lifelong struggle with self-actualization, the loss of his father in 2016, and the uncertainty that goes along with providing for a family through a global pandemic. With Distant Skies, Niles unlocked another gateway on the creative path.

In 2022, a new Adrian Niles album has been tracked and mixed. Wolf Spider, a full length analog tape production, was captured, mostly līve, over 3 sessions in April. It’s introspective, garage, rock, heavy blues, and raw. Wolf Spider’s vinyl release is slated for mid to late 2023.