pittsburgh rock

Robyn Hitchcock

“Guess what, I’ve spen to Norm and we’re going to live in the trees” is the opening of the popular song “We’re Going to Live in the Trees” from  

Ace Frehley

Ace Frehley, founding member and lead guitarist of the rock band Kiss until his departure in ’02, brings his Space Invaders tour to the Palace Theatre tonight. Frehely—honored by Guitar World  as the  

Chuck Prophet

 Chuck Prophet was born in Whittier, California and has been a prolific rocker since the mid-’80s when he debuted with established rock outfit Green on Red. Prophet has played and  

The Barr Brothers

The Andy Warhol Museum’s Sound Series features cutting-edge musical acts from around the world, and tonight’s performers are rising stars from the Montreal indie scene: The Barr Brothers, with their hypnotic, bluesy  

Gathering Field

Great news, folks. One of Pittsburgh’s hottest bands during the ’90s—Gathering Field—has reunited with the original up of Bill Deasy (lead vocals, acoustic guitar), Dave Brown (lead guitar), Jim DiSpirito (percussion),  

Don McLean

“So bye, bye Miss American Pie, drove my Chevy to the levee, but the levee was dry” was all over the airwaves in ’71 when Don McLean‘s American Pie album, with a single of