The music lineup for the 2014 Three Rivers Arts Festival is being announced throughout the day March 24 on sponsor station WYEP (91.3 FM).
The festival is bringing back some major acts from previous while adding some fresh faces. All concerts are all free at Point State Park, running June 6-15. We'll keep a rolling blog here as they are announced.
Friday, June 6: Jeff Tweedy: This will be the first solo trip here for the frontman of Wilco and the former co-leader of Uncle Tupelo.
Sat., June 7: Sam Bush: Bluegrass multi-instrumentalist who made his name in the band New Grass Revival in the ‘70s and ’80s.
Sunday, June 8: Trampled by Turtles: Indie-folk band from Duluth, Minn., that has played Coachella, Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza. It is also WYEP Day with Colonizing the Cosmos, townsppl, Brooke Annibale.
Mon., June 9: Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Tues., June 10: Kaiser Chiefs: Pittsburgh debut for the British post-punk revival band about to release its fifth album.
Wednesday, June 11: Amos Lee: Singer-songwriter from Philadelphia who combines rock, folk and soul.
Thursday, June 12: The Smithereens: Veteran New Jersey rock band, known for such songs as "A Girl Like You" and "Blood and Roses," was here last summer to open for Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.
Fri., June 13: Curtis Harding: Former CeeLo Green backup singer also plays in the garage-soul band Night Sun.
Sat., June 14: Lucinda Williams: Queen of Alt-Country returns to the festival for the first time since 2001.
Sunday, June 15: Jake Bugg: Young British singer-songwriter and "next Dylan" type who has worked with Rick Rubin.
Updated: Monday 2:49 p.m.