May presents an interesting array of concerts in Pittsburgh.
Lewis Black, The Decemberists, Bill Toms and Hard Rain, Jesse Milnes and Emily Miller; Red Tail Ring, Pirates vs. Braves
This month features a few legends, several cutting-edge bands, and some noted local talent.
1) After nearly four years on hiatus, The Decemberists are back, with a new album: What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World. The band amassed a gathering over the past decade with their indie folk rock sound, culminating in their number one album, 2011’s The King Is Dead. In that same year, the band collided auditory, literary, and televisual worlds with their music video for “Calamity Song.” The video, directed by Parks and Recreation co-creator Michael Schur, adapts a
The Decemberists, “Beauty and the Beast,” “The Riot Club”
Like the NCAA Basketball tournament bands and performers are battling it out in Pittsburgh this month for your March entertainment dollars. Who will win?