Pete Donnelly In Concert The Philadelphia local has made his first solo album after a decade of success as a high-profile producer and sideman.

Pete Donnelly In Concert

Pete Donnelly In Concert

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Pete Donnelly is this week's Live Friday performer. Lisa Schaffer/Courtesy of the artist. hide caption

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Pete Donnelly is this week's Live Friday performer.

Lisa Schaffer/Courtesy of the artist.

After a prolific, 10-year career as a producer and sideman for such high profile groups as Amos Lee, G. Love and Special Sauce, and The Figgs, Philadelphian Pete Donnelly has released When You Come Home, his first solo album. The album is chock-full of poppy, sing-a-long hooks, crisp vocals, and plenty of love songs and ballads. Donnelly proves, on both his album and this installment of WXPN's Live Friday concerts, that he can write music from the heart that gets stuck in your head.

Setlist

  • 'The Only One'
  • 'Something Happened'
  • 'I Won't Go To Miami'
  • 'I'm Satisfied'
  • 'Can't Talk At All'
  • 'Break Through Silence'
  • 'Far Away Angel'
  • 'When You Come Home'