Chicago Comes To PittsburghThey remain one of the top-selling American rock bands of all time.
Rock Or Meteorite? Strange Object Crashes Through Roof Of Local BusinessThere is a mystery surrounding a strange-looking rock that came crashing through the ceiling of a Mercer County business sometime late Thursday night or early Friday morning.
Large Rock Thrown Through Somerset Co. Church’s Stained Glass WindowState police are looking for whoever threw a large rock through the stained glass window of a church in Somerset County.
Pittsburgh’s Up-and-Coming Artists: New VictoriansBen 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.
Taylor Swift, Foo Fighters And Others Announced As GRAMMYs PerformersGRAMMY nominees Taylor Swift, Foo Fighters, Bruno Mars, Nicki Minaj, Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson will perform at the 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards, Sunday, February 12 on CBS.
Best Small Rock Clubs To See A Band Up CloseWant to enjoy a live band in smaller, less crowded surroundings than a big concert venue? Pittsburgh has plenty of clubs and bars that will let you do just that!
Spotlight On Local Artist: Velcro ShoesIn this local artist spotlight, one of the members of the local band Velcro Shoes, Eric Emerson, talks about everything from his previous acts to how his experienced band creates its music.
Indie Pop’s Alive And Well In PittsburghPittsburgh 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.
Stolen Rock Returned To Southwest Greensburg WidowA local widow was heartbroken after one of the few things she had to remember her late husband was stolen. However, shortly before noon, the item was returned to her and her family.