Winger, ‘Pump Boys and Dinettes,’ Pirates vs. Cubs, Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week
This month features a few legends, several cutting-edge bands, and some noted local talent.
Seems we’ve had a lot of visitors in Pittsburgh recently hailing from the era of ‘80s hard rock. Another such visitor is Winger, the New York City hard rock band known for hits like “Seventeen” and “Headed for a Heartbreak.” Right at home with their glam metal peers—bands like Bon Jovi, Tesla, or Van Halen— these guys shred, screech, and combine to form a sound worthy of an arena. Presumably, not unlike aforementioned Van Halen, Winger too derives its name from the surname of the
Winger, “Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme,” A Day to Remember