Pittsburgh is also known as the "City of Bridges" for its 446 bridges, 3 more than even Venice, Italy.
It is also known as "the Steel City" for its more than 300 steel-related businesses.
From left to right: guitarist Michael Vangerov, vocalist Nikki Green and band-leader Scott Stephens.
The city is "Steelers Country" to football fans of the local NFL team, the Pittsburg Steelers.
The Altar Bar in Pittsburgh"s historic Strip District has hosted Snoop Dogg, Leon Russel and The Misfits.
The Benedum Center in the background is home to the Pittsburgh Opera.
Theater Square is home to a Cabaret and is widely considered the heart of the Cultural District.
Six Penn Kitchen is a casual American bistro in the Cultural District of Pittsburgh.
Gateway Center Station was opened in 1985 as part of a new subway system that replaced trolleys.
Six Fortune 500 companies are based in the Pittsburgh area.
One of these is PPG Industries, supplier of paints and other coatings, headquartered here at PPG Place.
All six buildings of PPG place are of matching glass design, totaling 19,750 pieces of glass.
Michael Vangerov on top of a mini-van in front of the James Street Gastropub and Speakeasy.
Inside the James Street Gastropub and Speakeasy, the guys enjoy local hand-crafted beer.
PNC Park is home of the Pittsburgh Pirates of Major League Baseball.
Statues of Pirates' Hall of Fame players are positioned at various points outside of PNC Park.
The home field of the Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League is Heinz Field.
Heinz Field is also home to the Pittsburgh Panthers of the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
Accoustic Blue band members Michael Vangerov and Nikki Green in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania