1) British rock guitar virtuoso Robin Trower is in concert tonight at the Palace Theatre. Trower was a member of the legendary group Procol Harum from ’67 – ’71 before starting his own band. The Bridge of Sighs is a proper display of his guitar-playing prowess and was one of the most famous songs (and albums) of his solo career. He is touring in support of his latest release, Roots and Branches. 8 p.m. 21 W. Otterman St., Greensburg.
2) In the ’90s, Brownie Mary was one of the hottest bands on the Pittsburgh scene. Led by the lovely and energetic singer Kelsey Barber (now Friday), the band packed venues from the South Side to the Strip District. Bassist Rich Jacques was also a prominent member of the group. Bands have their own life cycles, and Brownie Mary broke up in the late ’90s, but reunite occasionally. Tonight’s your chance to catch a reunion show. They’ll be in concert at Pittsburgh Winery, a cool, intimate performance space where great wine flows. Pittsburgh winery is owned by Tim Gaber, who was also in an iconic Pittsburgh 90’s band—Buzz Poets. 9 p.m. 2815 Penn Ave., Strip District. SOLD OUT!
4) Good Fridays at The Warhol is a weekly party at the museum, featuring art, exhibits, music, and cocktails in the high temple to Andy Warhol’s numerous talents. Half-price museum admission. 5 – 10 p.m. Sandusky St., North Shore.