Which would you rather do? Wait at a bus stop, or listen to the mellow sound of jazz?
Whether you play the trombone, or diddle with the piano – are an avid vinyl fan, or collect rare cassettes, the following are 5 of the best music-oriented shops in Pittsburgh. Buyer beware – the following have such a phenomenal selection, outstanding customer service and inviting ambiance that entire paychecks may go missing.
So Mick and The Boys are going to invade the North Shore this weekend, blowing into town on their Zip Code Tour and — even at their advanced age — ready to rock Heinz Field.
Preparations are underway at Heinz Field for the Rolling Stones concert this weekend.
Taylor Swift rocked Heinz Field Saturday night.
Adrianne Kelly has been teaching music at Minadeo Elementary School for 31 of her 33 years with the Pittsburgh school system. But retirement looms. This year is her last.
David Letterman was your taste-maker older brother who shared his favorite music nightly like a perfectly curated mixtape.
He still has the voice, and he can still play the guitar. George Benson still loves coming home to the town that shaped his life.
Spring and summer are the best times to attend a local music festival around Pittsburgh and there is certainly no shortage of live music events throughout the region. No matter what genre of music you prefer, there is a festival for you. From blues and folk festivals to country campouts, these concerts will kick off your summer right and bring the fun all through the start of fall. Celebrate the culture and great local artists from Pittsburgh at these five music festivals happening in and around the city.
His name was Charles Anderson, but the Pittsburgh Blues scene knew him as Chizmo Charles.
A modern day musician is putting a new spin on an old favorite.
The IC Light Amphitheater was torn down three years ago in Station Square to make room for the Pittsburgh Riverhounds’ new home, Highmark Stadium.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra will return to the Three Rivers Arts Festival this year.
A jury’s verdict that Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke copied Marvin Gaye’s music to create their hit song “Blurred Lines” won’t just be felt by the singer’s pocketbooks — it has the potential to change how musicians work and could open the door to new copyright claims.
Garth Brooks took some time in between shows this weekend to toss the football around.