COMING TO PITTSBURGH :”America’s Got Talent” Quarter-Finalist, Olivia Millerschin

Detroit singer-songwriter and “America’s Got Talent” quarter-finalist, Olivia Millerschin and her band, begin their first full-band tour of the Southeastern US August 29. The band will be in Pittsburgh at The Funhouse at Mr. Small’s on Monday, Aug. 11 at 9 p.m.

Detroit singer-songwriter and “America’s Got Talent” quarter-finalist Olivia Millerschin, begins her first full-band Southeast U.S. tour Aug.29 with a stop at Rumba Café in Columbus, OH.

She and her four-piece band meld keyboard, guitar, trombone and ukulele to create an indie folk/jazz-influenced sound. The band is making their way across the U.S. to promote her Brooklyn, NY-produced album, “Look Both Ways,” that debut in October, 2016. The album features Sawyer Fredericks, the 2015 winner of “The Voice,” and Michael Grubbs (aka Wakey Wakey).

Shows include:

8/28 – Rumba Café, Columbus, OH @ 8pm, w/Jared Mahone; tickets $5;

8/31 – The Drinkery OTR, Cincinnati, OH @ 9:30pm, w/Anna Kline, Andrew Hibbard; free show; 1150 S. Main Street Cincinnati, OH 45202

9/4 –The Family Wash, Nashville, TN, 626 Main St., Nashville, TN—details TBD

9/5 – Smith’s Olde Bar, Atlanta, GA @ 8 pm, w/Eli Ensor, Alex Guthrie; tickets $10;

9/6 – Awendaw Green Barn, Charleston, SC @ 6 pm; Francis Marion National Forest, 4879 N Hwy 17, Awendaw, SC 29429

9/8—Sola Coffee Café, Raleigh, NC @ 7:30pm; tickets: free; 7705 Lead Mine Road, North Raleigh, NC, 27615

9/9 – Gypsy Sally’s Vinyl Lounge, Washington, DC @ 8 pm; tickets at the door; 3401 K Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20007 // K Street (aka Water Street)



9/10—Private event, Bel Air, MD @2 pm

9/11 — The Funhouse at Mr. Small’s, Pittsburgh, PA @ 9 pm; tickets at the door; 400 Lincoln Ave, 2nd Floor Millvale, Pennsylvania

9/13 – Brother’s Lounge, Cleveland, OH @ 8pm; tickets $5 at the door; 11609 Detroit Ave, Cleveland, OH 44107; opener: Notes for Notes Youth

9/15 – Private event, Toledo, OH @ 7pm

Chattanooga, TN date TBD

Tickets can be purchased on Bandsintown or Olivia’s web site at

photo: Real Feels

About Olivia Millerschin

Among her accolades, Millerschin has won a John Lennon Songwriting Award, an American Songwriter’s Award and, in addition to her new album, has a full album (“Yes. No. Maybe So.”) and an EP (“Over The Weather”) under her belt. She was also a finalist for the Detroit Music Awards, LA Music Critics Award and her songs have garnered radio play nationwide.

Having toured with Sawyer Fredericks, Teddy Geiger, Tyler Hilton, Orla Gartland, Ryan Cabrera, and Howie Day, Olivia has had pretty busy few years. She has also embarked on her own 40-city, cross-country college tour and has appeared on some of the nation’s biggest stages, including Radio City Music Hall and the Fox Theatre in Detroit.

Her music has been featured in motion pictures (“A Girl Like Her”), TV (“Finding Carter”), and one music compilation to a book. Olivia’s take on the 1930’s French song, “Parlez-Moi D’Amour,” was included in the musical companion to Mitch Albom’s best-selling new book, “The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto,” alongside musical legends Tony Bennett, Gene Simmons, Ingrid Michaelson and Matt Kearney.

The 21-year-old songstress “has a voice you melt into – it is beautiful, innocent, soulful and note perfect despite reaching some notes only dogs can hear!… As far as ‘uniqueness’ is concerned, this American has it in spades,” said Dom Flint, music reviewer, The Nottingham Post, during her recent UK tour with Irish singer-songwriter Orla Gartland.