Music


 A landscape sign welcomes visitors to Bloomfield on Liberty Avenue.

Bloomfield's Little Italy Days draws mix of old and new

The four-day festival that begins Thursday will host a variety of musicians and small businesses along Liberty Avenue.

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 Lady Antebellum, from left, Charles Kelley, Hilary Scott and Dave Haywood.

Country trio Lady Antebellum prepares for a new album

Lady A’s fifth proper album, due Sept. 30, is “747” and is off to an auspicious start with “Bartender.”

2 days ago


 The crowd packed in to see Brand New at Stage AE.

Pittsburgh's Stage AE ranked among the 25 most popular clubs

The North Shore venue competes with House of Blues franchise on Billboard list.

1 day ago


 Kiss: Gene Simmons, Tommy Thayer, Eric Singer and Paul Stanley.

Kiss is back on the road after a rocky start to 2014

Paul Stanley explains why Kiss is the real deal.

2 days ago


 Grammy-winning organist Paul Jacobs.

Esteemed organist returning with varied program

Washington, Pa., native Paul Jacobs, a Grammy-winning organist, performs at Westminster Presbyterian Church on Friday.

2 days ago


 Karl Hendricks.

Musicians rally to support Karl Hendricks

Musician and Sound Cat owner Karl Hendricks, a widely admired leader of Pittsburgh’s music scene, is battling oral cancer.

2 days ago


 Gloria Reuben.

'E.R' actress brings her jazz set to South Park

Gloria Reuben hits town for performance on Friday night.

2 days ago


MTV Video Music Awards to open with a 'Bang'

People news on MTV Video Music Awards, Motley Crue and Bob Marley.

2 days ago


PSO to honor Lorin Maazel

The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra will honor former music director Lorin Maazel in the opening weekend of its classical subscription season.

2 days ago


Local scene in music this week

Dave Pahanish, Skull Fest 6, Jam for Joey are scheduled for the weekend.

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Music Reviews


Lil Wayne and Drake enthrall crowd at First Niagara Pavilion

Rap superstars send the crowd home happy with energetic show.



Concert review: Motley Crue, Alice Cooper are an adrenalin rush at the Pavilion

On Wednesday night, the Crue played what could be its last show in these parts -- unless it says "what the hell" and comes back next summer.


 
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