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Mazzy Star Live at The Paradise

Reunions can be a tricky thing. Finally, after ten years away, the band you loved in college is back! On one hand, you have the bands that are significantly older… and not as good… and it kind of feels like a big cash grab in order to fund their impending retirement. BUT, luckily for music […]

Concert Watch: December 5 – 7

Concert Watch: December 5 – 7

Hope you enjoyed filling up on turkey and stuffing last week. Now that Thanksgiving’s out of the way everyone’s getting into the holiday spirit, including the music lovers here at WERS and out there in Boston! Thursday, December 5 – MGMT @ Orpheum Theatre Five years after their debut Oracular Spectacular, featuring infectious gold and […]

New Music Tuesday: December 2nd

New Music Tuesday: December 2nd

Halt, before you inset your standby Christmas playlist into the ol’ CD player– don’t believe what the top 50 lists are telling you, 2013 isn’t finished! Here’s the rundown of new music for the week. Black Flag, What The… After thirty years off, the groundbreaking group and Henry Rollins machine Black Flag is back with their […]

On the Verge: San Cisco

On the Verge: San Cisco

At 4:15 PM each Tuesday, WERS brings you our On The Verge segment which highlights an artist we think is up-and-coming. This week’s artist On The Verge is four piece indie-pop band San Cisco! Contrary to what you may think, San Cisco is not from San Francisco, but from Australia. As the band says, they […]

Temples Live at Great Scott

Temples Live at Great Scott

For music fans, the city of Liverpool instantly conjures images of THAT band. You know them… They had the hair and the mustaches and made those albums that defined modern western music and wrote about a yellow submarine and Strawberry Fields… Anyway, THAT band played a pretty key-role in the psychedelia scene in the sixties […]

The Lone Bellow Comes to Boston

The Lone Bellow Comes to Boston

The Brooklyn based folk-rock trio The Lone Bellow came to the Paradise Rock Club in Brighton this past Wednesday. Their stop in Boston is just one on a nearly continuous string of gigs since their self-titled debut albums release in January 2013. They played all the tracks from the album, along with a few new […]

Foo Fighters End Hiatus

Foo Fighters End Hiatus

The Foo Fighters are officially back from their rather short-lived hiatus, which the band announced in September of 2012. The band is now back in full swing with rehearsals for their comeback gig at the 55,000-capacity Foro Sol stadium in Mexico City on December 13th. The National, who will be wrapping up their U.S. Tour […]

Bob Dylan Releases Interactive Music Video

Bob Dylan Releases Interactive Music Video

If you ever wanted to see an official music video for Bob Dylan’s “Like a Rolling Stone”–-or if you wanted to see sixteen different ones at once–-your dream is now a reality. The video, which first appeared on Dylan’s website Tuesday, allows viewers to flip through sixteen different channels of a virtual TV. The channels […]

Axl Rose’s Ex-wife Selling Memorabilia

Axl Rose’s Ex-wife Selling Memorabilia

Axl Rose, the lead singer of the band Guns N’ Roses, dated Erin Everly in the 1980s before marrying her in April of 1990. Their marriage was tumultuous to say the least, and quite ephemeral, only lasting a couple months. The couple had the marriage annulled in January 1991 (which is still better than Kim […]

Enter to Win Free Ticket Friday Shows

Enter to Win Free Ticket Friday Shows

Do you love live music? Become a member of WERS and you can enter to win free tickets to concerts in the area every Friday! Check back here to see who we’re giving away tickets to. To enter to win tickets, click here. If you liked this, check out: HAIM Announce Tour Dates Third Man […]

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