Lucinda Williams is one of the few songwriters who seem to realize the messiness of later life is just as loaded with song angles as the restlessness of youth.
Paradise Rock Club
Aging punk bands usually seem obliged to prove that their anger is still blazing. Since the Rezillos were never angry in the first place, they don’t have that problem.
Ok, this isn’t the Gang of Four of yore — but There’s still something to be said for getting drunk on cheap wine.
More than holiday knock-offs, Nick Lowe’s Christmas songs were his strongest batch of originals in awhile.
Yes, Gary Numan’s jumped a bandwagon, but the former new-wave hitmaker has done it with style.
If any more proof was needed that AM is a career highlight for Arctic Monkeys, the fact that the crowd Tuesday night met every new song with the same if not greater enthusiasm as the hits should provide it.
By J. R. Carroll June brings a cupful of world jazz. [Updated: See Mose Allison item below] Photo by Daniel Sheehan While the eyes of the sporting world may be on the stadiums of South Africa, there will be plenty of international flavor here in New England this month. Brazilian born but now Seattle-based, pianist/composer/arranger […]
By Thomas Samph This month’s music is all about catchy, sing-along, pop music. There are girl groups, guy groups, throwbacks, and teenage YouTube celebrities coming to Boston in May. With summer right around the corner and the heat returning to Boston, these shows will help to celebrate the changing seasons. May 3, Gold Motel at […]