“Music is kind of like a religion in a way, and your heroes become your patron saints.”
The under-appreciated singer-songwriter Tommy Keene is equal parts an aficionado and creator of pop music.
Since then, they have remained as indefatigable as ever in terms of writing, recording, and touring.
Until now, the powerful economic reality spotlighted by The Arts Factor has generally been ignored or dismissed as anecdotal.
“It was an unusual time in music when the-powers-that-be were very hands-off. They left the art to the artists.”
Groupmuse is a social network that directly connects classical musicians in the area to homes in the community.
We do it for the joy and communitas of making theater together much as we do for responding to the world around us through art.
Mavericks drummer Paul Deakin on his band’s resurrection and 25th anniversary
A former Medford resident, singer Shirley Stewart will be returning for a career retrospective, part of the Caribbean Connection Mother’s Day Affair tomorrow in Boston.
“Americans have been most drawn to the great tragedies—in our classroom and on our stages. “