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Joy Formidable at House of Blues

Joy Formidable at House of Blues

Rock music can, unfortunately, seem like a boys club at times. However, there will always be a proper hope for female musicians looking for heroes, whether it be in legends like Carrie Brownstein and Kim Gordon or in the hands of newer musicians, such as the Haim sisters or Rhiannon “Ritzy” Bryan of The Joy […]

Kopecky Family Band Live In Studio

The Kopecky Family Band are not a traditional family band, in the sense that all of the members (or at least some of the members) are related. Instead, they take on the term “family band” in a more broader and all encompassing sense. Their websites states that they are “…a family bound by the miles […]

Balto at Wormwood Park

Balto at Wormwood Park

Brewery Sessions brings together quite the attentive group to Wormwood Park for some acoustic sessions and a good beer. This night brought Portland’s Balto to the little greenery amongst the industrial Boston Harbor. Balto offered material from October’s Road and their most recent album, Monuments, for some nostalgia and wishing. Playing folk-based music, the band […]

The Wallflowers and Counting Crows

The Wallflowers and Counting Crows

It seems that no matter how rainy the day, there’s always a beautiful sunset in the seaport area by the Bank of America Pavilion. This was no different for The Wallflowers’ and Counting Crows’ show there earlier this week. The sea breeze floated through the air as Jakob Dylan and The Wallflowers took the stage […]

This Week In Music History: June 16th-22nd

This Week In Music History: June 16th-22nd

It’s Friday! That means so many beautiful things for so many people, but it also means that it’s time to take a look back at music history. Born on this day in 1944 is Kinks singer and songwriter Ray Davies.  Davies was born the seventh of eight children in North London, England.  His only younger […]

Throwback Thursday: Fleetwood Mac

Throwback Thursday: Fleetwood Mac

This week for Throwback Thursday, WERS is playing a set of music from Fleetwood Mac in honor of their upcoming performance at the Comcast Center in Mansfield tomorrow, June 21st. Fleetwood Mac are a British rock group formed around 1967 in London. Over the years the band has gone through so many line-up changes that […]

Concert Watch: June 20th-21st

Concert Watch: June 20th-21st

Greetings, concertgoers! The season is about to turn—are you fully equipped with perfect beach body and SPF nothing? You’re right, we should just go to concerts instead, where paleness doesn’t matter and sweat is somehow less gross. Three cheers for subterranean, trollish music lovers! And hot ones, if that’s what you’re into. Here’s what’s going […]

Life is Good Announces Lineup

Life is Good Announces Lineup

Life is Good Festival just released their 2013 lineup this week and they have some big names this year! Rock and soul duo, Daryl Hall and John Oats are slated to headline on Saturday night while Jack Johnson, Upside Down and Better Together singer/songwriter, will close out the festival on Sunday night.  This past weekend, Johnson filled in […]

On the Verge: Blondfire

On the Verge: Blondfire

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 weeks’ artist On The Verge is brother-sister duo, Blondfire.  Erica and Bruce formed the band in 2004, and are now really starting to make some waves. Funny enough, the song that is doing […]

Dave Matthews Band at Comcast Center

Dave Matthews Band at Comcast Center

Dave Matthews Band returned to Mansfield, MA this past weekend for a two night stand at the Comcast Center. Few places are as lively as the massive Comcast Center parking lot before a Dave Matthews Band concert. The slabs of asphalt are packed tight not only by cars, but by tents, lawn chairs, and grills. […]

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