REO Speedwagon in First of Two Nights at The Palace (Mon., 12/6/21)

Monday, December 6 & Tuesday, September 7

REO Speedwagon, who, mainly plays the outdoor shed during the summer concert season, flips the script and visits the Pittsburgh Area in fall and in a more intimate environment. The group will play two concerts over two night at Greensburg’s Palace Theatre. REO Speedwagon first achieved success with their 1978 album You Can Tune a Piano but You Can’t Tuna Fish, which contained “Roll With the Changes” and “Time for Me to Fly.” Their ’80 release Hi Infidelity had four singles that went on to become major hits. The band’s name is derived from the REO Speed Wagon, a 1915 designed by Ransom Eli Olds, of Oldsmobile fame. This is a great chance to enjoy a top band in a smaller venue. REO Speedwagon is celebrating the 40th Anniversary of their Hi Infidelity album. (R.H.)