Fifty years ago on a cold February afternoon, the music called “Rock and Roll” was taking the world by storm. But not everyone was sold on it just yet.
Sunday marks the 50th anniversary of The Beatles introduction to America on The Ed Sullivan Show.
Pittsburgh has been turning out rock ‘n roll legends for more than 50 years.
Inaugural inductee Rich Engler talks about his big night before the Pittsburgh Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Celebration.
A Pittsburgh band called Lovebettie has had gigs from Wisconsin to Texas, and points in between.
Music is a big part of the First Night Pittsburgh celebration. Headlining the grand finale is Charles Bradley.
When he touches the ivories, the melodies flow through his fingers like water in a stream. Pittsburgh’s own Brett Williams is already an accomplished piano virtuoso at 21-years-old.
For more than 40 years, concert promoter Rich Engler has been bringing some of the biggest entertainers in the world to Pittsburgh.
Mark your calendars, Billy Joel fans.
To celebrate the release of her new album “Artpop,” Lady Gaga performs several songs and demonstrates “Volantis,” her flying dress.
Singer Neil Diamond’s distinctive sound has been winning followers for more than 40 years. One of those fans is Edwin Snider, a resident of Charles Morris Nursing and Rehab Center.
As budgets get tighter and tighter, more schools are dropping music programs. However, one local district is focusing on music education and in a pretty unique way.
Iron Maiden isn’t just a band anymore — now it’s a beer.
The Rivers Casino has responded to charges it’s engaged in racist practices with African Americans, delivering a four-page letter to Allegheny County Councilwoman Amanda Green Hawkins.