2700 Monroeville Blvd.
Monroeville, PA 15146


By the age of six, Jevon Rushton was already mesmerizing those around him with his dexterity as a young drummer. At age 14, Jevon made the decision to cultivate his playing by studying at the Pittsburgh High School for the Creative and Performing Arts (CAPA) under the tutelage of jazz legend, Roger Humphries. He is a graduate of Westinghouse High School.

Along with explosive power, blinding speed, complex rhythms and time signatures, Jevon brings a rare and unique sense of elegance, chilled composure, and gritty groove to his music. His artistic ingenuity expresses itself in his incomparable technique, sweltering sense of swing, and an extraordinary ability to imbue his music with poise and grace. Jevon can be heard playing on a plethora of recordings.

Jevon has a strong dedication to community and education. Jevon has received many awards; The Judah Project Excellence in Leadership, AUBA Community Dedication Award. In 2008, he was honored and inducted into the Westinghouse High School Hall of Fame to name a few. In 2009, he ventured into Broadway as the drummer for national tour of Andrew Lloyd Webber's hit musical CATS. As well as Sister Act and School of Rock! He has had the pleasure of performing with artists such as Kirk Franklin, Sean Jones, Travis Malloy, Tom Browne, Fred Wesley, and more.


Grace Elliott appearing at the 19th Annual Monroeville Jazz Festival

Grace Elliott

Pittsburgh-based musician, singer and songwriter, recently attended the Frost School of Music for Jazz Vocal performance at the University of Miami. At 19 years old, she is currently writing, recording, and performing. As a 2021 National YoungArts Finalist in Jazz Voice, her ability to sing across various genres is a treat to hear. She plans to continue spreading her love for music any way she can.. Also, currently she is working on a single to be debuted in the near future.