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Dawn Cosnotti

Everybody’s High on Consolation

Everybody trying to relive their wonder years poured into PPG Paints Arena Wednesday. With Tears for Fears knocking everyone back to the 80’s to tone was set for some late 70’s love from Hall & Oates to bring back the memories. They tossed out some favorites pretty quickly […]

Welcome Home

Sunday was a big day in Pittsburgh. We welcomed home Lord Stanley and Zac Brown Band brought their Welcome Home Tour to Key Bank Pavilion. Despite game 6 being broadcast there were fans as far as the eye could see on this steamy Sunday night. Cross over or […]

Hanging Out

After a 4 year run at Hangout Festival in Gulf Shores I may have to call it quits. A festie fan by nature I have a pretty low bar for what is a-ok when it comes to this particular sport. That’s what it is, a sport. You set […]

Indigo Girls After All These Years

On a limited stop tour the Indigo Girls hit Carnegie Lecture Hall Sunday. You read that correctly, Lecture not Music Hall. One would not think of this as a particular spectacular venue but it was the perfect setting for this dynamic duo. With seating at (best guess) 500 […]

Everything Is Just Enough

Dom Kelly’s vulnerability is evident. Listen to his music, read his site, see him live. You can’t help but be touched by this 26 year old singer/songwriter. As his site will tell you he was born a triplet with Cerebral Palsy. One of his brothers passed away before […]

Chainsmokers Were Where?

In case you are living under a rock or are on a self imposed twitter ban, you have certainly heard about the Chainsmokers spell check slip up. Closing Saturday night’s show at PPG Paints Arena with an extra special goodbye (see here ) was the icing on the DJ’s-as-concerts […]

Stevie Nicks is 24 Karat Gold

Fans turned out in droves for Friday’s show at PPG Paints Arena to see the former Fleetwood Mac front woman. Many decked out in their finest gypsy queen regalia. More than a few purple capes were spotted amongst the sold out crowd. The 70’s icon did not disappoint. […]