Kane Brown in Concert at PPG Paints Arena; The Silencers Reunion at Jergel’s (Sat., 1/8/22)

1) Country music performer Kane Brown has a very high efficiency of success. He has had only two albums and three EPs, but the content has been so popular that Brown has received many award nominations and wins. They include CMT, American Music, and ACM Awards. The Chattanooga, Tennessee, native will be appearing tonight at PPG Paints Arena as part of his Blessed and Free tour. Special guests are Chase Rice and Restless Road. 7 p.m. 1001 Fifth Ave., Uptown.


The Silencers were mainstays at local venues such as the Decade Lounge in the early ’80s. (The Decade, which closed in 1995, sat at the corner of Atwood and Sennott, where Garage Door Saloon is now.) Their music video for the medley “Peter Gunn Theme/Remote Control/Illegal” premiered on MTV’s first day. The Silencers’ albums, 1980’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Enforcers and 1981’s Romanic, sound as great today as they did back then. See them, with original singer Frank Czuri, at Jergel’s Rhythm Grille. Spinning Jenny, from Mingo Junction, Ohio, opens. 8 p.m. 285 Northgate Dr., Warrendale. (C.M.)