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Some bluegrass acts are easy to imagine live, but not Nickel Creek.
Pop star Katy Perry delivered a nearly two-hour spectacle, with nine wardrobe changes, she jumped rope and road a mechanical horse.
Under the direction of Lawrence Loh, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra paid tribute to the film scores of Hollywood composer John Williams.
Listening to Lord Huron through headphones is a relaxing, even regenerative experience. The band's stage presence is anything but.
Opera Theater’s production is an extraordinary accomplishment for a small company with limited financial and stage resources.
The Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble performed the world premiere of Ted Hearne‘s “The Cage Variations.”
You can go to Warped and hear pop, rap, reggae, and even dub-step DJ’s. But the punk rock is not completely abandoned.
The group could have gone heavy on the latest album, but that would have been the quickest way to lose the crowd Tuesday night at Stage AE.
From the moment the lights came up on Mr. Brown, who had traded his signature knit beanie for a black top hat, the audience was transfixed.
Two Pittsburgh divas pleased local fans in the opening weekend of Opera Theater’s three-week-long Summerfest.
California indie band brings visual element.
Alt-country pioneer gets solid backing from local pick-up band.
The show sold out in a heartbeat and could have moved outdoors at Stage AE, but the band wanted to play inside.
Now, at 72, the ever-boyish Beatle continues to make it an evening, playing marathon sets close to 40 songs.
The Monumentour packed first Niagara Pavilion Thursday night with a wide variety of fans for Paramore and Fall Out Boy.
On Wednesday night, fans at Carnegie Library Music Hall of Homestead got songs with a late-night Southern bar feel.
When they talk about people who can sing the phone book Neko Case is near the top of the list, at least in the pop world.
Fans' devotion to the band is testament not only to nostalgia but also to the prescience and basic truth of Mr. Matthews’ songwriting.
Interestingly enough, the bands’ origins and extensive catalogs are all they had in common.
Adam Duritz noted that having toiled in the heat and humidity of the Carolinas the past few days, it was “like heaven here.” Well, almost.