Scene Stage the World
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Scene Stage the World

Butler, Pennsylvania, United States | SELF

Butler, Pennsylvania, United States | SELF
Band Alternative Rock


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"Making a "Statement""

The story of the band Scene Stage the World began about three
years ago when two friends met playing in their own separate
bands at area shows.
As time went on and those bands broke up, vocalist Adam Osche,
21, and drummer Jordan Gibson, 20, both from Butler, started
jamming together.
“It was kind of just for fun, but serious at the same time,” Gibson
They recorded their first demo album in the fall of 2010.
“We wanted to make music that appeals to everyone, but also
influencing people in a positive way,” Gibson said.
Shortly after the demo was released, vocalist Brian Campbell, 21,
also from Butler, joined the band.
But the group was still missing a vital part: a bass player.
The trio kept searching but could not find a permanent bass player.
“We just kept hoping we would find someone when we played our
first show. We didn’t want to keep playing shows with a bass player
that was just filling it,” said Campbell.
They got their wish. They met their permanent bass player, Cris Hughes, 20, of Evans City, at the
first show they played.
“For the first time we had a full band with permanent members. We just meshed perfectly,” Gibson
This past spring, the four members of Scene Stage the World played their first show together. They
opened for national act called “awolnation.”
The band plays Butler County venues like the Rock House in Slippery Rock.
In the fall, the band released its debut album “statements,” which features eight original songs of
different styles and genres.
The CD “statements” is available for $5 at any of the band’s performances or through its Facebook
page. - Butler Eagle


Statements LP



Scene Stage the World begun in Butler PA, with guitarist Adam Osche and drummer Jordan Gibson in 2008. The two had been in other local Butler bands previously, and found they wanted to move forward with their style. The two wrote the first four original songs from their debut album, Statements. Soon after, they recruited longtime friend and Butler music scene veteran Brian Campbell, who had previously been the vocalist of Gifts For Sophia in which Jordan played the drums. These three soldiered on and wrote a few more songs, but were missing a vital component, a bassist. They played their first live show with a fill-in bassist, and met Cris Hughes at the show playing bass in a comedy rap duo. He soon moved on to be SSTW's permanent bassist. The four finished writing the Statements LP, and played their first live show as a full band opening for AwolNation at Altar Bar in downtown Pittsburgh. Statements was finally recorded partially back in Butler, and finished in Colombus Ohio at Sweetwater Studio's with producer Pat Hearn. Since then, SSTW has been writing new music for an upcoming album, and performing live in the Pittsburgh area. The band plans to begin their first tour in Fall 2012.