Paula Abdul, New Kids on the Block, Boyz II Men, Roger Humphries and RH Factor Big Band
The Pittsburgh music scene this month isn’t quite at a full boil, but is at a very satisfying simmer.
Rocky Bleier’s ‘The Play,’ Roger Humphries, Pens vs. Rangers
Savoy Jazz Monday 4th Anniversary Celebration, ‘Best of Enemies,’ Acousticafe
A numerous amount of concerts promises to make June a very pleasant month.
Second City Comedy, Roger Humphries, Tropical Tuesdays
Pittsburgh Restaurant Week, Kennywood, Roger Humphries Trio with Etta Cox, Tigers vs. Pirates, Acousticafe
1) The one and only Smokey Robinson—the R&B star behind hits like “Cruisin’,” “Being With You” and “Just to See Her”—visits The Meadows Racetrack and Casino for an outdoor performance. Robinson’s legacy is a big one. Not only was he a founding member of the vocal group The Miracles in the 1950s, and not only did he splinter out on his own for a prolific and significant solo career in the ‘70s, but he also played an integral role in
Kennywood, Roger Humphries Trio, AcoustiCafe, Global Mondays at Cappy’s
“Singin’ in the Rain,” “Small Prints, Big Artists,” “Pittsburgh’s Lost Steamboat,” Roger Humphries