Mahajibee Blues / Press
““Mahajibee is a nonsense word. It’s a word you use when the word you want to use just isn’t coming to mind. It’s also the name of a no-nonsense blues band out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. They have been bringing their brand of hard working blues since 2000. Two lead guitars, my friends. Songs about love and money. What more do you want? Oh. They look real good in black.””
"That act was Pittsburgh’s Mahajibee Blues. They performed at the recent Pittsburgh Blues Festival, but I didn’t get to see them there, so this would be my chance to check them out. While many fair-goers walked by, a growing number of people procured seats on the nearby park benches to watch Mahajibee do their thing. It was good-sounding blues, and Mahajibee was clearly a band I would like to see again sometime."
“This is just a great Pittsburgh Blues group. This is a fun group with great musicians, I would recommend checking them out, you wil have fun, their music is outstanding. ”
“Mahajibee Blues Band performing, "I Didn't Know" This video was shot on the North Side of Pittsburgh during a church festival summer of 2009. If you like the blues you will like these guys. ”
"No more free rides." "Filmed at the Heritage BluesFest '09 in Wheeling, WV. Mahajibee Blues played numerous times during the festival and at the afterjam. These kats know how to lay down a groove."
"Little Man" #2 in Year of the Indie Contest RnB/Soul Category
“we have lots of blues players as friends on reverb,if i had to vote for the all around best.you would have my vote. dan bluebone studios”
"Mahajibee is a tight band and this CD shows that. See them live, too. You will not be disappointed."
“All the guys looked cool in black. Makes them look a little dangerous, like a good blues band should. And this is a fine local blues band. ”
"Magic Slim works his magic at Moondog's" The opening band was Pittsburgh's Mahajibee, a quintet playing rough and tough sweaty blues of their own. A very nice opener for Slim.
"Blues Treasure", "On July 21, 2007 I had the honor of seeing and listening to the Mahajibee Blues Band at the Endless Mountain Blues Festival in Elmhurst, Pa. If you haven't seen and heard them yet -- treat yourself.
"Blues event sells out!", Mahajibee Blues, described by the members of the Pittsburgh band as “not your mama’s blues” definitely got the fans out of its seats Saturday at the 15th annual River City Ohio Blues Competition.
"CD Review - Mahajibee (Self Titled)", This is a hot five-piece Blues band. They consist of Tim Ambrass on bass, Lonny Holdby on guitar and bass, Chazz Kramer on guitar and vocals, Brent McConnell on drums, and Pat Tevis on harp, keys, and vocals.
““Little Man” (4:08), MAHAJIBEE, Steel City Mojo band besides holding down the bluesbeat in the Three Rivers area of Pennsylvania have with the release of Mahajibee, their first original CD, have begun traveling down the blues highway. Open The Door. ”
“From the Steel Town to the Cotton Fields”
“Mahajibee Blues from Pittsburgh to Arkansas ”
“Ribfest adds Pittsburgh blues band”