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#MusicMonday Wrap-up: Oct. 8

Posted By on Mon, Oct 8, 2018 at 3:25 PM

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Every Monday, CP staff writer Jordan Snowden wraps up the weekend in local and national music news with #MusicMonday. Here's what happened over the past few days.

Local

To celebrate the 100th birthday of the late American icon, Leonard Bernstein, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra honored his work each night this weekend with pieces that Bernstein himself conducted with the PSO from 1944-1984.

California indie rock band Weathers opened for rock trio Dreamers at Spirit on Thursday.
And someone at the show had sticky fingers.
The start of a new month means First Friday, and one new Pittsburgher felt immediately at home in the steel city.
Welcome to Pittsburgh, Sandy's daughter!

National

Only a few songs into his set at the A3CFestival and Conference, Lil Wayne fans were forced to evacuate the premises after an alternation in the crowd.

So far, very little information about what happened has been released.


Katy Perry is waving a temporary 'goodbye' to her pop career. In an interview with Footwear News posted this morning, the “I Kissed a Girl” singer said that, “I’ve been on the road for like 10 years, so I’m just going to chill.”

Saturday night, the lights on the Empire State Building, which are normally white, flashed blue, green, and red in sporadic patterns.

New York residents were shocked, and no one knew what was causing the change.

After a great deal of speculation, director James Larese posted a photo on top of the Empire State Building, along with a shotlist. Larese directed Eminem’s music videos in the past, including “Fall” and “Framed.”


That's it for today. Check in next week for another #MusicMonday wrap-up.


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