Innovative musician Todd Rundgren has enjoyed a wide-ranging musical career. The leader of bands Utopia and The Nazz, Rundgren has also had success as a solo artist, and was one of the most sought-after producers and recording engineers of the '70s and '80s, working with acts as diverse as Meatloaf, Hall and Oates, Patti Smith and Cheap Trick. Rundgren is known as a champion of technology; his innovations include the first commercially released music video and the first interactive compact disc. Enjoy an unpredictable evening with Rundgren at Pittsburgh's Carnegie of Homestead.
510 East 10th Avenue
Munhall, PA 15120