New music: Daft Punk, The National, Pistol Annies, Eliane Elias
The 2000 album put the psych-rock band from Portland, Ore., on the map.
The Watoto Children's Choir from Africa will visit four communities this weekend.
Fall Out Boy bounces back and lights up the charts again with sports anthem.
His compositions included the orchestral music for John F. Kennedy's presidential inauguration in 1961.
John Spavelko worked as a machinery repairman for most of his career, but his real passion was playing the accordion.
The seasoned veteran proved he still has plenty of fight.
Richard Konzen at Hartwood Acres, Pittsburgh Glass Center summer lecture series, Pittsburgh Film Office discussion and more.
The next Metropolitan Opera Live season will feature Russian and Czech works, new productions of classics and a comedy.
Comedians pit historical figures, such as Rasputin vs. Stalin, in epic rhyming smackdowns that air on YouTube.
Edvard Grieg's Piano Concerto brings out the best of the Steinway on stage with soloist Valentina Lisitsa.
From backup dancers, concert lighting to her own original music, the North Allegheny High School grad promises an exciting and lively show.
August Wilson Center Fellows' work in visual, media, music and theater arts is on display at Downtown festival.
Bruce Cockburn and Jake Shimabukuro are among the marquee names on the 2013-2014 calendar, which was announced today.
PSO plays Grieg; Vicki Lawrence and Mama; Carnegie Library part in L'Ville; Tim McGraw's Two Lanes of Freedom tour; Andrew W.K. rocks on ...
Band joins two other acts with unique musical approaches -- Styx and Ted Nugent -- from the Midwest whose heydays were about the same time.
Swedish metal band brings the darkness to the sanctuary of Mr. Smalls in Millvale.
Sibling-powered band has come a long way since forming in 1998 -- originally with dad on bass -- in backwoods of Pennsylvania.
Jazz player tours regularly with singer Kem, plays solo and teaches music in his hometown of Detroit.
The Arizona band will be making its final stop from its two-month "Our Tour Can Beat Up Your Tour Tour."
Led by Kenneth Dye, members of the Fighting Irish marching band will be performing a part concert and part pep rally in Midland at 7:30.
The power-pop icons will be the headliner in an outdoor show.
Such deals show the difficulty corporations have marketing to youth by pushing the envelope without crossing boundaries.
"Can You Do That In Public?," a talk on public art; writer Nathaniel Philbrick at Writers LIVE; "Wake Up and Dream" with Bridgette Perdue...
Kazem Abdullah may someday be a great conductor. He is certainly energetic. But he is not yet at the level needed to guide the PSO.
Flaming Lips, which just opened for the Black Keys at Consol Energy Center, will play July 16 with opening act Spiritualized.
Three Rivers Arts Festival, county series present a full schedule of concerts.
A string quartet series and an opera at Fallingwater highlights summer classical events.
Summer concerts bring the usual suspects and some fresh faces, too.
Hear the Aeolian Winds play up a storm at the Breeze-way, 7113 Reynolds St., starting at 7 tonight for free.
Local duo combats a serious social ill with a new musical comedy CD and free performances at Children's Museum on Saturday.
The performer stretches even further on his fifth album, "Ghost on Ghost."
City Theatre's production of "Abigail/1702" tells Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa's "whatever happened to?" story of Abigail Williams.
They reunited in 2010 and now will play their first show here in more than 20 years.
Gangwish taps 'Christine' on second album, Mike Medved debuts with live album.
The Chicago native will be performing a combination of blues songs at the Dormont venue starting at 9.
Mac Miller bringing The Space Migration Tour to Stage AE
A variety of jazz entertainers will be flooding the North Side venue throughout the night starting at 7.
The Pittsburgh Allderdice grad will appear with Chance the Rapper, Vince Staples and The Internet as part of The Space Migration Tour.
Trust Cabaret Series returns for a second season with Marilyn Maye, Maureen McGovern, Carol Woods, Liz Callaway and Clint Holmes.
"Good Kid, m.A.A.d City" rapper will be in the spotlight on a packed concert bill.
The concert takes its format from the "In the Round" tour name.
The former 'N Sync frontman has not performed in Pittsburgh in six years. Ticket details will be announced later.
Jeff Hanneman, who helped shape the group's sonic assault and wrote some of its most popular and controversial songs, died at age 49.
From Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and Peter Yarrow to Alex Clare and Foreigner to Korn and ...
The award-winning cabaret singer concludes a six-show inaugural season of the Trust Cabaret season.
Cuban scholars and activists at City of Asylum; Kazem Abdullah's Pittsburgh Symphony debut; Colin Stetson at the Andy Warhol Museum.
The local quartet will be playing as part of the Unblurred arts event that is conducted along Penn Avenue in Friendship and Garfield.
Pricey tickets to the rockers' LA show aren't selling like hotcakes.
Thousands, from singers to a former first lady, gathered in Nashville Thursday to pay respects to the man whose voice defined the genre.
Reunited, The Breeders are playing their breakthrough album in full on tour, which touches down at Mr. Smalls on Friday.
"RAW: natural born artists" tonight; Rossini's opera "La Cenerentola"; Lyle Lovett at Byham; Youth Invasion at Warhol; Free Comic Book Day!
Buckcherry, whose guitarist hails from North Sewickley, at Stage AE; KHT is back in action with a Silkworm tribute band
The three siblings from Kansas City promise a "hard-rockin', booty-swingin'" good time starting at 7:30 tonight.
Janos Starker, one of the 20th century's most renowned cellists, has died at age 88.
Texas meets the South Side as the duo hits the road promoting their new album, "Burning Days."
Black Keys and Flaming Lips, playing Consol on Tuesday, are a study in contrasts
A look back on how the singer-songwriter, who is celebrating his 80th birthday, became a cross-genre music legend.
Eclectic mix of music genres and local companies such as Pittsburgh Ballet, Symphony Orchestra and CLO fills summer lineup.
The annual 10-day arts festival in June will also see the return of the Point State Park fountain.
The America's Most Wanted Music Festival tour arrives here July 16. Diana Ross brings concert tour to Heinz Hall on Aug. 20.
Most of the original musicians died in the Treblinka death camp in Poland.
Pittsburgh New Works Cabaret in Carnegie today; RAW: natural born artists; "Youth Invasion 2013" at the Warhol; Edgewood Symphony ...
A guide to Pittsburgh-area concerts in 2013
The Big Boi concert with Killer Mike, scheduled for Sunday night at Stage AE, has been canceled.
Band that defined mid-70s pop-rock had no shortage of beloved classics while performing at Consol Energy Center tonight.
Two zombies, a mummy, a werewolf and a mad doctor on drums will be bringing the jams to the South Side venue starting at 9.
The '80s theatrical metal band takes the stage at the musical venue at 8 with doors opening at 7.
Who-loving locals perform "Tommy" live at Club Cafe on Friday; Dave-Aid will benefit blues artist Dave Iglar, recovering from cancer.
Metal parody band Steel Panther brings its spandex revolution to Stage AE.
The mezzo-soprano returns to signature role in Pittsburgh Opera's season-ender "Cinderella."
Rev. Jeremiah Wright; Fleetwood Mac; Aimee Mann; 'Ma Noah'; Sandra Bernhard; new Waterplay at Children's Museum; Jamey Johnson; and more...
The singer-guitarist from Wampum who deals with having his bladder being outside his body was told he'd never walk straight or run.
The latest album from Bill Deasy titled "Start Again," signals that the Pittsburgh-based singer-songwriter has gone in a new direction.
The Big Phat Band, originally comprising some of Los Angeles' best studio musicians, will perform Thursday at Kiski Area High School.
Musicians and singers from Duquesne, Carnegie Mellon and Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra will gather for a free concert at 7:30.
The show "Mac Miller and the Most Dope Family" follows the exploits of the Pittsburgh-born rapper and his crew.
Welsh trio The Joy Formidable comes back howling on its second album, 'Wolf's Law."
Wiz Khalifa's Under the Influence Tour sold out the First Niagara Pavilion last summer. It returns on Aug. 3.
Singer Gretchen Wilson says she's right where she's supposed to be in her career.
Creed Bratton is dealing with his series coming to an end by focusing on the musical career that gave him his first fame and fortune.
So many voices focused so well struck the gut as much as the ear. The night opened the PSO's week-long Music for the Spirit Festival.
Beethoven's Symphony No. 9, "Choral," Aimee Mann performs at New Hazlett, Beat Cabaret presents "Shakespeare After Dark" and more ...
"The Dybbuk or Between Two Worlds" is a mainstay of Yiddish theater and has become the epitome of Jewish goth.
Its list of celebrities (Harrison Ford), big-time entertainers (Bruce Springsteen) and surprise guests (Cyndi Lauper) have made it special.
The singer's soft pop time warp provided a welcome refuge after a week of horrific happenings.
One of Britain's best-known television entertainers has been arrested on suspicion of unspecified sexual offenses.
Band members were romantically involved then stayed together musically after breakup.
New 'swagger rock' from Lovebettie, Jerry's giveaway on Record Store Day
Art Sherrod Jr. is not a typical musician. For openers, he attended U.S. Naval Academy, and today he's studying for a master's in business.
New releases: Duane Allman, Kurt Vile, Flaming Lips, Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Band looked to one its elders during their tour together.
Looking for a groovy time? Head to Lawrenceville and give the group a listen for $7.
The Welsh musician who played harp for Britain's royal wedding performs in concert Sunday at Calvary United Methodist.
The various artists, which found sucess on YouTube, will be pulling into Pittsburgh for a show at 6119 Penn Ave. in East Liberty.
Carnegie Music Hall big stage could barely contain the French quartet's forcefulness in a concert of Mozart, Mendelssohn and Tchaikovsky.
New shows coming: Selena Gomez and Sugar Ray's Under the Sun Tour.
Mark Newton and Steve Thomas unite for new sound.
The Bulgarian-born artist will be performing at a free event in Oakland along with pianist Amy Yang.
The singer and actress will perform here as part of a 56-city world tour.