Critics' Picks: LFO at Hard Rock | Music | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper


Do you remember LFO, the late-’90s almost-boy band? To refresh your memory, its biggest hit “Summer Girls” was an amazing four minutes of non-sequiturs like “New Kids on the Block had a bunch of hits / Chinese food makes me sick” or “There was a good man named Paul Revere / I feel much better baby when you’re here.” There was also “Every Other Time,” about a boy who loves a girl, even though she does donuts on his lawn and gives him the finger. Hey, we’ve all been there. But the best part of this act is that its name is actually an acronym for Lyte Funkie Ones. Yes, you read that correctly. Joining the Funkie Ones at Hard Rock Café is Pittsburgh electro-pop duo ALBVS and rapper/entertainer Jordan York.

8 p.m. 230 W. Station Square Drive, South Side. $20-100. 412-481-7625 or

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