Tomorrow night Deacon Leslie Pittman, an emerging star on the gospel quartet circuit at the age of 81, comes into town with Philadelphia’s Just Us Singers.
The obvious question is how can such a sprawling free festival – and the nightly fireworks shop that capped two of the nights – happen in such a cash-strapped city?
The last of the summer festivals are finalizing their lineups just as many of the fall indoor festivals have announced theirs.
NOTE: KOBO TOWN’S PERFORMANCE AT JOHNNY D’S HAS BEEN CANCELLED
After decades in Franklin Park, Boston’s annual Puerto Rican Day Parade will now go through downtown Boston, where it will culminate in a festival at City Hall Plaza.
Boston’s free festival season is beginning to seem like a musical arms race.
Boston’s Outside the Box festival falls far short of its stated mission to be “revolutionary” or “world class.”
May is inevitably one of the busiest times of year on the Latin, gospel, and R&B concert calendars as promoters hold Mother’s Day’s events and try to lure audiences indoors one last time before the start of summer.
The Slide Brothers fuse steel with gospel, Etana brings the roots back to reggae, Duke Levine steps out on his own, and much, much more this month.