I have a short list of the greatest singers I’ve seen live—and Colin Blunstone of the Zombies is right up there.
In this interview Dave Davies discusses his solo show and gives us the latest on the ongoing Kinks intrigues.
Madonna’s show made for spectacular eye and ear candy. But what was it all about? That’s where things got a little hazy.
You could walk from Inman Square to Harvard, see Muddy Waters or John Lee Hooker play, and have your whole worldview changed.
It was rather shocking to see Gregg Allman in such good shape this week: He looked as fit and trim as he has in decades.
Conventional wisdom says that audiences will mutiny if you don’t give ‘em all the hits, but this crowd danced all the way through Santana’s eclectic setlist.
The Bush Tetras — who’ve been on-off reunited since 1995, but haven’t hit Boston in nearly two decades — headline at the Sinclair this Saturday.
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.
One thing I’ve learned in years of being a Rush fan: Nobody ever changes their mind on this band.
He came up with one of those transcendent Richard Thompson moments, one to match anything I’ve seen onstage this year.