Music Reviews


 Hall & Oates performs "Say It Isn't So" at Stage AE.

Hall & Oates a little 'Out of Touch' with Stage AE in strong Pittsburgh set

John Oates wasn't kidding when he said they draw all ages, and that's a testament to the duo's blue-eyed soul and '80s funk holding up.

about 7 hours ago


 Peter Kope, producing artistic director of Attack Theatre, left, collaborates Chatham Baroque's Patricia Halverson and Scott Pauley for Monteverdi's "The Battle of Tancredi and Clorinda," which continues through Sunday.

Concert review: Chatham Baroque succeeds with Monteverdi program

Chatham Baroque’s Monteverdi program is an unusual and engaging theatrical experience.

1 day ago


 Brentano String Quartet: violinist Serena Canin (left), violist Misha Amory, cellist Nina Lee and  violinist Mark Steinberg.

Concert review: Brentano String Quartet handles new music delicately

The quartet from Yale, joined by clarinetist Todd Palmer, performed works by Charpentier, MacMillan and Brahms at Carnegie Music Hall.

4 days ago


 Singer/guitarist Isaac Brock performs with Modest Mouse April 20 at Stage AE.

Concert review: Modest Mouse makes friends at Stage AE on 'Strangers' tour

Show finds frontman Isaac Brock in a cheerful, generous mood.

1 week ago


 The undisputed Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin performs at Heinz Hall.

Concert review: Legend Aretha Franklin wows Pittsburgh crowd

Aretha Franklin started out singing in the church and the Queen is still there, with pipes that raised the Heinz Hall roof.

1 week ago


 Rainer Honeck, the brother of Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra music director Manfred Honeck, played Britten's Violin Concerto  during the weekend concerts.

Concert review: A Honeck flavored program

Manfred Honeck was joined by his brother, Rainer, concertmaster of the Vienna Philharmonic, for Friday night’s Pittsburgh Symphony concert.

2 weeks ago


 Primus frontman Les Claypool performs with the band Nov. 8 at The Tabernacle in Atlanta.

‘Chocolate Factory’ tour is Primus at its imaginative best

Frontman Les Claypool has said he was obsessed with the 1971 film “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,” which was came out when he was 7

2 weeks ago


Rosanne Cash takes fans on a rich journey

Rosanne Cash and John Leventhal’s journey took pause at the Byham and those fortunate enough to attend experienced music in its purest form.

3 weeks ago


 Justin Hayward, Graeme Edge and John Lodge of The Moody Blues.

Music review: Moody Blues fills Heinz Hall with majestic sound

This is a remarkably well-maintained band, starting with 68-year-old frontman Justin Hayward.

3 weeks ago


 Neil Diamond, 74, opens at the Consol Energy Center with "I'm a Believer."

Concert review: Neil Diamond still a force at Consol

Mr. Diamond is a crowd-pleaser and he delivered just about every hit people would want to hear just the way they want to hear them.

3 weeks ago


 Donnie Iris sings "Love Is Like A Rock" at Pittsburgh Rockin' Reunion at the Benedum Center, which brought together Lou Christie, Jimmy Beaumont & The Skyliners, The Marcels, Chuck Blasco's Vogues and Jimmie Ross and The Jaggerz.

Review: Pittsburgh Rockin' Reunion a fitting homage to two decades of music

Lou Christie and Donnie Iris headlined the show Saturday at the Benedum.

4 weeks ago


 Joe Newman, of the English indie rock band Alt-J, performs to a sold-out crowd at the Benedum Thursday.

Music review: Static Alt-J more an aural than visual treat

The band reproduced the songs almost flawlessly, and there's a lot to them: lyrical piano passages, gloomy synths, and angular guitar riffs.

4 weeks ago



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