Just because summer’s warm and wild nights are coming to an end doesn’t mean the rock ‘n roll fun has to stop when autumn arrives. Kick off your fall concert season with these five shows that are sure to be among the best fall concerts in Pittsburgh.
After many months of anticipation, Jim Colony’s debut album, “Don’t Stop Jim Colony” has been released.
Whether you dream of performing on stage as a nationally touring pop star, belting out your favorite show tunes on Broadway or simply want to better your shower singing, voice lessons are your first step to enhancing your singing skills.
Here’s a recap of the Tuesday edition of the KDKA Afternoon News.
Pittsburgh’s nightlife and music scene is littered with great venues and artists. Here, we interview two local music scenesters and ask them their favorite places around the city to see a show and grab some drinks!
Ben Hardt is not a pretentious rock star. He might play a handful of instruments and have his own band that began releasing music from the first of three albums this past November, with the last of them being released between May and June, but he is in no way pretentious.
Are you an aspiring musician, or do you know someone who is? If you have always wanted to learn to drum, or to DJ, or to improve your vocal range, now is a great time to learn how.
There’s a HUGE variety of free & affordable things to do this weekend – whether you’re looking for a free family event, a great night out with friends, or learning more about social media (like we said, it’s a pretty big range), we’ve got you covered. Ranging from reasonably priced to FREE, there’s something for everyone in Pittsburgh this weekend without breaking the bank! LivingPittsburgh.com’s bargainistas Heather Walsh and Rachel Booth highlight free and affordable ways to enjoy these last days of summer in the ‘Burgh!
Rock music can be classified and subdivided seemingly endlessly, but when you walk into a bar or club and you can hear the drums upstairs pounding the floor and the guitars and vocals are bursting through the doors and into your ears, you know you’re in the presence of some hard-hittin’ garage rock.
To catch a good show in Pittsburgh you don’t need to spend $20 or more. For half the normal cost, you can find several small venues that cater to local and up and coming national acts. Below is a list of places to catch a decent show without breaking the bank.
Pittsburgh is a city known for its blue collar work ethic and championship sports teams, but just below the surface of the city’s black and yellow is a burgeoning independent music scene accessible to all those willing and interested to listen.
Music lovers won’t want to miss the Pittsburgh Blues Festival at Hartwood Acres this weekend! Aside from great music, the family-friendly festival features a kid zone complete with activities, arts and crafts to keep the little ones busy.
This week at the Allegheny County Summer Concert Series our ears were delighted with the beautiful tunes from the Pittsburgh Symphony. Check out the pictures here!
KDKA celebrated the mid-week mark by heading down to Market Square for games and music! We’re there every Wednesday all summer long, so stop by next week to win some great prizes!