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Pittsburgh's Complete Oldies Show Band

Streetcorner Serenaders

We are proud of the buzz going around town regarding the HALOS:"They are non-stop action, with such a high energy level.”
* “They are having as much fun as the audience, maybe even more."
* “They are dancers, singers, musicians — no, they are true entertainers! “
* “They make oldies new again. It's like yesterday’s songs with today's drive!"
* "They hold the crowd’s attention, from the teeny boppers to the senior citizens."
When you experience an evening with the HALOS, you will become a part of the Fabulous Fifties, the Soulful Sixties, the Unpredictable Seventies and see tributes to The Blues Brothers, Rock ‘n' Roll Hall of Famers and so much more. The HALOS trace the street corner, a cappella scene, the great dance crazes, the familiar singalong tunes you all remember, and they  you whether you are a dancing fanatic or only want to sit back and groove.

Heavenly History

It is very difficult to jam 30+ years of history into a few sentences, but here goes. The current group actually had three origins. The first was on the street corners of the North Side of Pittsburgh, where Johnny and Bubba grew up singing a cappella with some of their childhood friends. The second was in Al's bedroom, where he and Ricky practiced guitars together. And the third was in Sewickley, where Pinky played guitar for a group called The Runaways. Three different bands, three different cultures, three different ideas, three different styles of music … but all with something in common. That commonality was the future meeting and lifelong friendship of what was soon to be Johnny Angel and the Halos. For a more complete history, see our Heavenly History page.

Upcoming Shows

The following are public events. Private events are omitted at our clients' request

Christmas Shows

Wednesday, December 14: Heinz Hall, Rock 'n Rolldies Showcase Christmas show with Lou Christie; The Impressions; Dee Dee Sharp; Eugene Pitt & the Jive Five; Johnny Angel & the Halos 7:30 p.m. Heinz Hall box office 412-392-4900 or PSO Website
Friday, December 16: The Oaks Theater, Oakmont. 7:30 p.m. Tickets:
Saturday, December 17: Legacy Theater, North Hills - 7:30-9 p.m.
Tuesday, December 20: Atria's PNC Park 7:30 pm. Dinner packages available. Call (412) 322-1850

New Year's Eve: Pittsburgh First Night Celebration, Benedum Center. Times TBA. First Night Badge required for entry.


Call the Halos Hotline for the latest updates: 412-734-4200