Pittsburgh Apartments Concerts for VIPs at SkyVue

February 26th, 2016 by Ryan Sundling

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You’re a VIP if you live in SkyVue’s Pittsburgh apartments, so we’re spotlighting some specially selected live music events that you won’t want to miss. Virtually all the hot touring bands stop to play the steel city. And best of all, SkyVue’s centrally located Pittsburgh residences are just a short trip from the city’s best venues.


Who’s playing near SkyVue Pittsburgh Apartments?

Neko Case is without a doubt one of our favorite live acts. But to see her you have to move fast because she’s playing this Sunday, February 28 at Mr. Small’s Theatre in Millvale.


Known as much for her genre-spanning indie/country/folk singer-songwriter releases as for her membership in the band, The New Pornographers, Case is well worth checking out if you’re a fan of timeless live music. Alongside her memorable lyrics and powerful yet velvety vocals, her band is also packed full of talent as well. All of which makes for fantastic live shows.


Need a reason to break up the midweek monotony? Two great rock bands play Wednesday, March 16: Dr. Dog and Shearwater. Philly natives, Dr. Dog have a rock sound that’s described as a modern version of psychedelic rock and often compared to The Beatles and The Beach Boys, not to mention 90s lo-fi bands Guided by Voices and Pavement. Catch them at Stage AE.


Also that night, from Austin Texas, Shearwater takes the stage at Club Café. Think of Shearwater as softer edge rock with no less powerful lyrics coming together for intimate melodic songs.


And lastly, we wouldn’t be the best apartments for rent in Pittsburgh if we didn’t mention a local act. And electronic rocker, Tobacco, is among our favorites.


Tobacco plays on Friday, March 25 at Lawrenceville’s Spirit Hall home of Slice Island Pizza, the Sunday endless pizza brunch bar, and an almost too good to be true beer and cocktail menu.


Tobacco is the solo project of Thomas Fec, the lead singer of another great ‘burgh band, Black Moth Super Rainbow. Tobacco’s sound can be called psychedelic rock, electronic, experimental, and lo-fi, while BMSR infuses some indie-pop. It’s sure to be a spirited evening no matter how you slice it.


Why leave SkyVue’s plush Pittsburgh accommodations on a nice cool night?


Because there’s nothing cooler than rock and roll.


So bundle up, call a Lyft or Uber, and check out one or all of these exceptional shows.


We know you won’t regret it.

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