The Tri-C High School Rock Off is moving to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum this year after many years at House of Blues.
The Dana School of Music will celebrate Octubafest with a series of events to honor the musical heritage of the tuba and euphonium.
The Dana Symphony Orchestra will present a concert titled “Beethoven in the Steel City” Monday at Stambaugh Auditorium.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra will return to Scottish Rite Cathedral on Tuesday to present “Halloween Pops: Memorable Music from Stage and Screen.”
The dead have returned. But don’t worry, they are hilarious.
With "Spitfire Grill," director Matthew Mazuroski has taken a mediocre show and filled it with talent.
Yun Kyong Kim will perform a pipe organ concert at 4 p.m. Oct. 26 at Stambaugh Auditorium in Youngstown.
The Forty Nineteens will make its Youngstown debut tonight at Cedars West End.
The Craig Beach Haunted Fire House has returned for its fourth season with a new design.
2D6, the Youngstown-based nerdcore hip-hop duo, will play a record-release show Saturday night at Chipper’s Sports Bar in Austintown.
Rust Belt's “Living Dead: The Musical” will shamble and dance back into the limelight beginning Friday.
Vicki Lawrence has been all over the world, but the talented artist still has fondness for time spent in Warren during the ’70s as part of legendary local theater troupe the Kenley Players.
A year after celebrating their 40th anniversary, the members of Kansas found themselves in a crisis this summer when original lead singer Steve Walsh announced his retirement.
The Youngstown Symphony Orchestra will pay homage to late composer Marvin Hamlisch at its opening pops-series concert Saturday at Powers Auditorium.
Youngstown State University Theater will open its season Friday with the musical “The Spitfire Grill.”
What is up with the reduced theater schedules at Youngstown State University Theater and the Oakland Center for the Arts?
Country music star Wynonna Judd will come to Stambaugh Auditorium for a concert Jan. 30.
Counting Crows will come to Packard Music Hall on Dec. 6. The concert heralds several changes coming to the building now that it is under the helm of Eric Ryan and his JAC Management Group.
Nobody’s perfect, and this truism is made abundantly clear in “Tigers Be Still,” the latest production at the Youngstown Playhouse.
A free jazz concert featuring combos led by Dave Kana, Alton Merrell and Kent Engelhardt will take place Thursday at Youngstown State University.
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