More and more people are using their tablets and smartphones to watch videos and listen to music.
Help raise money for prostate cancer by going to Altar Bar.
Country singer Brad Paisley wowed the crowd at First Niagara Pavilion in Burgettstown Saturday night.
After many months of anticipation, Jim Colony’s debut album, “Don’t Stop Jim Colony” has been released.
Join us at lunchtime on Wednesday’s all summer long for Midweek Music in Market Square Presented by the Breathe Project. Enjoy a free concert at noon with music and fun!
Sure, you can drop upwards of $100 for a ticket to some of the summer’s hottest concerts or you can enjoy a summer of savings by checking out some of Pittsburgh’s best free summer music events.
With summer nearly here, it’s also almost time for the Three Rivers Arts Festival.
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.
From the first few weeks of the season through the dog days of summer, these five outdoor concerts will help you unwind, have fun and take in the hottest acts of the year.
Born and raised in Glen Dale, W. Va., Brad Paisley’s parents still live in a house on what is now “Brad Paisley Boulevard” — he is a southern man.
From buttery, bluesy vocalists to pre-teen singing sensations and rock divas, these five female musicians are worth checking out at one of their upcoming shows, or at least downloading to your iPod.
Pittsburgh has a host of fantastic art and craft shows, wine festivals and outdoor activities during Spring. Let these events reintroduce you to the nice warmer weather activities that Pittsburgh has to offer.
Sean Forbes is a rapper who can’t hear the words he sings, or the songs he writes.
Mindy McCready, who hit the top of the country charts before personal problems sidetracked her career, died Sunday. She was 37.
The Grammy Awards show started at 8 p.m. EST. Not at 8:05 or 8:07 or 8:10 p.m.