Have fun and release all your stress by attending the Pittsburgh rock concerts
If you are a fan of rock music then Pittsburgh is the place to be, there’s a series of concerts going down in the city this July so finding cheap concert tickets for sale should be easy. These events are arranged by successful bands coming from various parts of the US, be ready to have the fan of a lifetime.
The Felice Brothers Concert
Felice Brothers are a country and folk rock band founded in New York in the year 2006. They will be performing at Club Café on Thursday 26th June. The band started out as a small music group playing in NYC subways and Union Square. Sooner than later, they released a self-made album entitled "Through These Reins and Gone" which became a major hit and propelled them into the limelight. Felice Brothers consists of 5 members who each bring a unique vibe to the group, some are vocalists while others are pianists and so forth.
Bonerama is a popular brass funk rock-band from New Orleans, US. It was formed in the year 1998 by trombone artists Craig Klein and Mark Mullins who from 1990 to 2006 were members of another band, before they moved to form their own. They would be performing at Rex Theater, Pittsburgh also in July. Bonerama released their first album in the year 2001 to positive acclaim from Gambit Weekly, The Times Picayune and OffBeat Magazine. Their tour shows have been so successful that senior Rolling Stone editor Dave Fricke has named them "the ultimate band in brass balls." Come to Rex Theater and experience a rock concert like no other.
Counting Crows is a US-based rock band that was formed in Berkeley, California in 1991. It consists of members Adam Duritz, Dan Vickrey, Charlie Gillingham and Jim Bogios amongst others. They came to fame after releasing their debut album "August and Everything After" in 1994 featuring hit song "Mr. Jones." The band has sold well over 20 million albums internationally and also managed to receive the 2004 Academy Awards nomination for their single "Accidentally in Love," which was featured in the animation film Shrek.
This group is known for their energetic and passionate live performances that often take fans to another level. Duritz in particular is fond of extending and rewriting songs live on stage, while also adding extra verses and alternate mid-sections or endings to give them a new lease of life.
These concerts in Pittsburgh are a must-attend for those who love rock music, come along with your friends to enjoy what these artists have in store for you.