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WERS’ Artist of the Week is California-based band Cold War Kids, who are playing a show at the House of Blues on October 18th! Begun in 2004 by frontman Jonnie Russell in his apartment, the group released their first two EPs, Mulberry Street and With Our Wallets Full before gaining national attention after over a year of rigorous touring. […]
Live Music Week is Oct. 19-27! See who is performing LIVE in-studio and pledge your support
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 six-piece rock group Kingsley Flood. Kingsley Flood comes right from Boston’s own backyard, though they share allegiances with from Washington D.C. as well. But we’re happy to […]
Welcome to New Releases Tuesday on WERS. Every Tuesday we take a look around the music scene and bring you updates on, you guessed it, the new albums coming out this week. Neko Case, The Worse Things Get, The harder I Fight, the Harder I Fight The More I Love You This is the sixth […]
Come see Ethel Merman’s Broadway at the Stoneham Theater on August 21st! Click right here for additional information.
Check out Titus Andronicus at the Middle East Upstairs on August 25th! Click here for more information.
Check out WERS favorite, Air Traffic Controller, at Great Scott on August 26th! Click here for more information.
Don’t miss this fall’s Boston Calling, Boston’s very own music festival at City Hall Plaza starting on September 5th! Click here for more information on the festival, and click here for a chance to win tickets!
WERS had a fabulous time at the NonCommvention in Philadelphia! Now that the convention has come to a close, WERS has picked our Top 5 NonComm Discoveries for 2013! Take a look below. 1) Homemade Jamz Blues Band The Homemade Jamz Blues Band first came across peoples’ radars when they came in second place at […]
On the last day of the 2013 NonCommvention, Laura Mvula takes the stage around 7:30 PM. She and her band enter to a collection of instruments that have not been seen this week, which include a harp, cello, and upright bass. They all take their places at their respective instruments, and Mvula says hello and […]