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Bob Dylan at TD Garden

Bob Dylan at TD Garden

Nothing lets the excitement of a well-booked concert bill sink in like the evening’s printed poster with both band names scrawled across it. Fans proudly held tour posters to their sides at last night’s concert at TD Garden where Bob Dylan and Mark Knopfler on the same piece of thick paper served as a time […]

Husky Live at Great Scott

Husky Live at Great Scott

Pulling in a large, energetic crowd for a late, mid-week concert in a small venue can be a daunting task for any band, but based off of the powerful performances from Husky and Hannah Georgas last night at Great Scott, it was evident that both of them were up to the challenge. To start the […]

Sharon Van Etten at the Paradise

Sharon Van Etten at the Paradise

Sharon Van Etten has a good habit of touring with equally as impressive and underrated musicians as herself. From indie rockers Shearwater to Boston-favorite Lady Lamb the Beekeeper, Etten’s openers repeatedly surprise crowds by bringing just as much a show to the stage as the headliner herself. If his name wasn’t recognizable enough, Damien Jurado […]

Tame Impala at The Royale

Tame Impala at The Royale

It’s not always a good thing when a show is sold out. Sometimes that means half the audience really only bought tickets to hear some catchy single, and they won’t stop rudely shouting out their requests until their demands are met. Other times it means that the venue is honestly too small for it’s undertaking, […]

Van Morrison Live In Belfast

Van Morrison Live In Belfast

See how our Van Morrison: Jump Into Ireland contest unraveled

Yeasayer at the House of Blues

Yeasayer at the House of Blues

As Old Man Winter descended upon Boston, Yeasayer fans trekked through the storm with scarfs wrapped around their faces and boots sloshing through the wintery muck. Despite the onslaught of awful weather, fans breathed a sigh of relief as they found a dry and warm spot nestled in the House of Blues last night. With […]

Heartless Bastards Live at The Royale

Heartless Bastards Live at The Royale

Considering that one of their latest singles is called “Got To Have Rock And Roll,” it makes total sense that the Heartless Bastards didn’t just give a typical and reserved indie-pop performance tonight. There were guitars cranked to eleven (both while they were being played, and while they were being smashed), Dave Colvin’s drum sticks […]

Walk Off the Earth at the Paradise

Walk Off the Earth at the Paradise

When a band admits that you’re the first Boston crowd that they’ve played to, it makes you feel special.  In what seemed like an all-out effort to make a good impression, The Mowgli’s kicked off the night with an incredibly energetic six-song set.  One of two opening bands for Walk Off the Earth, The Mowgli’s […]

Father John Misty at the Paradise

Father John Misty at the Paradise

The first thing that stood out when Jeffertitti’s Nile came on stage to open the show was the lead singer’s tight golden spandex pants and long purple hair. It was not long, however, before their music took the throne as the most interesting thing. They started with a spacious psychedelic intro to a song that […]

Cat Power at the House of Blues

Cat Power at the House of Blues

“Welcome to the holy church of nobody, I am your pastor” said opening act Willis Earl Beal to start the night, wearing a shirt with a dead smiley face reading “nobody”. The majority of people at the show did not know who he was, and Beal knew this, so to start the show he sang […]

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