Short month, deep with hidden musical gems.
Deerhunter gave an unwavering performance while also showcasing some rising, young talent.
This month sees the Pittsburgh scene stressing quality over quantity, a strong start to 2017.
The weather was cold, but the music was hot.
The concert scene slows but not without some seasonal acts and some very special holiday shows.
Not a lot of big shows for November, but a solid month nonetheless.
Animal Collective sold out Mr. Smalls for a wild, late-night performance.
This month, Pittsburgh hosts the best in dance (Flo Rida), rock (The 1975), jazz (Esperanza Spalding), and singer-songwriter (Gordon Lightfoot), plus a string of other promising shows.
During two days filled with once-in-a-lifetime performances, Metric’s rocked hardest.
Carrie Furnaces, Thrival Music Festival’s new venue, suited both attendees and vendors well for a night of great music and innovation.