“They are seekers, like we are, and they connect with the music that we play.”
Atticus Ross’ success in creating these pieces results in a listening experience quite a bit more harrowing and evocative than the lush and sunny Beach Boys harmonies people are accustomed to.
This year’s festival, themed “Jazz: The Voice of the People,” will explore jazz music in all of its global colors.
Guitarist Jon Fine’s memoir is an intriguing blend of history, sociology, entertainment, and a healthy dose of after-hours pulp.
There is something undeniably affecting about Elgar’s composition and cellist Jacqueline du Pré realizes it all with an unbridled depth of feeling.
For the better part of two hours at Lynn Auditorium, this version of Deep Purple rocked a sold-out crowd chiefly made up of 50-somethings.
A handy-dandy guide to seven newish summer arts festivals in the Boston area. They are all free of charge.
This was probably the loudest, rockingest Brian Wilson show I’ve ever seen.
Despite the neglect from the local media, the Boston blues scene is strong.
No Pier Pressure is Brian Wilson’s 11th solo album and it shows little diminution of his still-prodigious talents.