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April 13/MOON TOWNSHIP – 7 p.m. UPMC Events Center “Off the Rails Tour.” Combining the outlaw country of Eric Church with the blue-collar rock of Bruce Springsteen, Brantley Gilbert is one of the harder-edged names to emerge from the contemporary Nashville scene. The self-proclaimed small-town guy has also barely left the road since emerging in the late ’00s, supporting the likes of Willie Nelson, Toby Keith and Tim McGraw, as well as headlining his own tours: 2012’s Hell on Wheels, 2016’s Take It Outside and 2018’s The Ones That Like Me. As you’d expect, the Brantley Gilbert live experience is a loud and proud one, with his array of fist-pumping, foot-stomping anthems often accompanied by dazzling pyrotechnics, swirling lasers and LCD visuals. Two US Country No. 1 singles, “You Don’t Know Her Like I Do” and “Country Must Be Country Wide,” both helped Gilbert pick up the CMA Triple Play Award in 2013. Concert tickets are now on ticketmaster.

Naathan Phan & Hayden Allcorn

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Through May 12/PITTSBURGH – History of Magic: Part 1 at Liberty Magic Performing Arts Theater.  A sketch comedy show featuring magic, singing, stage combat, sideshow, and more to satirize magic from its birth in 2700BC all the way up to modern day. We should also mention that it is written by and starring two multi-talented and award-winning performers who happen to be chaotically good friends and partners-in-crime. They have performed, separately, on TV shows, cruise ships, and stages across the globe and are uniting to bring us a show that they’ve been working on for over 5 years. Tickets start at $45. More at  

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