Rock β€˜n Remember LIVE! presented by Spotlight Productions

Saturday, June 3, 2023, 4pm & 8pm, Benedum Center | Pittsburgh Cultural Trust

January 30, 2023

Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Announces

Rock ‘n Remember LIVE!

Stars from the golden age of Rock and Roll
will perform at the Benedum Center in June 2023

Tickets on Sale!

Pittsburgh Cultural Trust announces tickets are on sale for Rock ‘n Remember LIVE!, presented by Spotlight Productions, coming to the Benedum Center, 237 7th Street, Pittsburgh, PA, at 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m., on Saturday, June 3, 2023.  Some of the biggest rock and roll hits of the 1960s will once again reverberate within the walls of the Benedum Center this June. Singing those hits, you’ll find the original artists who recorded them.  “Teenagers of the 1950s and 1960s who’ve seen those late-night television PBS music specials know that the Benedum Center is, hands-down, the best place to see a rock and roll show,” remarked Charlie Pappas, the show’s producer, and promoter. 

Tickets and information are available through Pittsburgh Cultural Trust official ticket sources: or call 412-456-6666. Group discounts for 10 or more tickets, please call 412-471-6930, email:, or complete the online form at

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Spotlight Productions’ Rock 'n Remember LIVE! concert series this June will showcase nine recording artists whose performances during each of their careers have sold out to audiences across the U.S. and beyond.  The concert headliner, Jay and the Americans, charted a staggering 18 hits during their career, including five ‘Top 10’ records. The group has experienced a resurgence in popularity over the last several years when bringing three of the original members together to perform for fans across the U.S.   The group’s career began in 1962 with the hit record “She Cried.”  “Only in America” followed in 1963 and the hits just kept on coming.  Jay and the Americans was one of the few American bands to successfully achieve musical status on various top recording charts following the arrival of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones.  Their career extended all the way into the 1970s with hits like, “Cara Mia,” “Some Enchanted Evening,” “Let's Lock the Door,” “Walkin' in the Rain,” “This Magic Moment,” and “Come a Little Bit Closer.”

Both shows on June 3rd will also showcase these legendary performers including, Charlie Thomas' Drifters, (singing the group’s hit recordings, such as “Under the Boardwalk,” “Up on the Roof,” “On Broadway,” “Save the Last Dance for Me,” and dozens more); Jay Siegel’s Tokens (“The Lion Sleeps Tonight,” “Tonight I “Fell in Love”); Emil Stucchio & The Classics (“Till Then”); and Chris Ruggiero (back by popular demand after turning in a roof-raising performance at last year’s show).  Spotlight Productions has also organized a one-night-only reunion of top female recording artists from the era─ The Marvelettes (“Please Mr. Postman”), Kathy Young (“A Thousand Stars”), and The Crystals (“Da Doo Ron Ron”).  Adding some local flavor to the show will be Pittsburgh’s own legends of group harmony, The Skyliners (“Since I Don’t Have You,” “This I Swear,” “Pennies From Heaven”).