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.
For the second time this year, the Boss is the month’s big draw, but there are plenty of other great shows, both indoor and outdoor, to satiate your live music needs.