Forget the Superbowl and screw Valentine’s Day. There is too much great music happening in our corner of the country to waste time on such frivolous occasions. Will you need snow boots or sunscreen this month? Only time will tell! Just make sure you have some cash and your ID and you’ll be good to go.
Legendary music journalist Jules Siegel died of a heart attack on November 17, 2012 at the age of 77. There was no “New York Times” obituary, no mention in “Rolling Stone.” But to me, he was a rock star.
As we leave the holidays behind us and begin the New Year, it’s time to get out of Mom’s house and back into the clubs!
As 2012 comes to a close and we panic to complete last minute holiday shopping, party planning and mental preparation for enduring the inevitable familial snafu, let us remember that no matter how broke, stuffed, hung-over or disowned we may be, the first of January is just around the corner and with it a chance to start anew in 2013.
Though Peter Townshend is clearly the better known and more popular of the two, it was Mike Scott who produced the better book and more satisfying promotional event in Boston.
Will You Can Be A Wesley be your pick for Rock Artist of the Year? Who will it be, Boston? Make your Nate Silver-style predictions and let me know what you think!
Local news outlets have already begun to frame Aerosmith’s impromptu concert as a homecoming of sorts for the “Bad Boys of Boston.” But is this epithet deserved?
Despite the material’s limitations, the stellar SpeakEasy Stage cast and designers nail “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson”‘s irreverent, over-the-top vibe, serving up plenty of humor and high amplitude entertainment.
When you have a spare twenty minutes, grab some headphones and take your laptop to a dark corner to watch and listen to “Ramada Inn.” You will need the extra three or four minutes to compose yourself.
The local Halloween tradition returns in which local bands play as one of their favorite, more mainstream bands.