Killers singer joined by dynamic backing band for solo show.
Singer-songwriter shows a remarkable vocal range and gets everyone involved.
The legendary bluesman poured a lifetime of experience into his Blues Fest show.
PNME offered everything from table music to slam poetry at their Saturday night performance of ’Return Flight.’
Opera Theater’s Summerfest brought this unique and entertaining work to life Saturday in the 20th Century Club’s Art Deco Theater.
The ’70s rocker comes out at night with show that includes “Frankenstein” and “Free Ride.”
Southern rapper and presidential candidate puts the party before the politics.
Country trio puts the emphasis on production at Pavilion show.
The best number was the slightly funky treatment of Tom Waits’ “Temptation.”
Singer does a fan-friendly show with requests and “open mic” segment.
The Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble performed works by David Stock, Roger Zahab, Dan Visconti and Steve Reich in “Premieres and Pulitzers.”
Johnny Mathis doesn’t disappoint in his concert with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
Christina Perri and opener Rachel Platten were energetic and on point, but Colbie Caillat struggled to keep up with their pace.
The classic rocker played the hits and the blues in the beautiful new concert space.
Review: Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble opens 40th season with touching rendition of 'Gray Cat and the Flounder'
The multilayered production cultivated an engaging musical experience at City Theatre.
Chamber Music Pittsburgh presented the guitarist as the final act of Just Summer 2015.
Country-pop star Shania Twain’s Rock This Country farewell tour is heavy on flash.
Rain and mud rule the day at the 10-hour Vans Warped Tour on Thursday.
Motown legend Smokey Robinson launches Icons series Thursday with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
Khalifa lights up an excited, smoky hometown crowd in opening set Thursday night in Burgettstown.
Frontman Alex Ebert’s energy alone carried the Los Angeles indie folk band through an electrifying 14-song set.
Time for Three performed at the Kelly Strayhorn Theater as part of Chamber Music Pittsburgh’s Just Summer series.
Picasso at the Wheel Tour is big on audience participation at First Niagara Pavilion.
The ’60s icon neglects his new album for a career retrospective, from Byrds to CSNY to CPR.