Disco is back in town! DJ Joey Carvello returns to Boston and the compilation Boston Goes Disco! is released.
Toots Hibbert’s voice expresses both his Jamaican country church upbringing and his deep love of American R&B and soul.
Besides passing along the tradition of mariachi to their students, the members of Mariachi Mexico Antiguo perform as an ensemble at local events, including this weekend’s Lowell Folk Festival.
The mainstream country trappings of the Oak Ridge Boys have obscured their crowning achievement: they helped bring the white gospel quartet tradition to the pop charts.
The Isleys remain bizarrely underrated by mainstream media outlets, but they’ve never been forgotten by music fans.
Here’s a look at the good stuff among last year’s live music events.
Instead of wallowing in pity, singer Evie Sands has had the last laugh by remaining active as a performer, songwriter, and guitarist of original material.
Dave Stuckey of the Lucky Stars and the Hukilau Hotshots comes to the New England Shakeup.
The free Outside the Box arts festival is taking the year off, but its head vows that it will return next year.
What unites country and hip-hop? An outlaw narrative.