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The Dropkick Murphys have been added to next week’s highly anticipated “Boston Strong: An Evening of Support and Celebration” benefit concert, which will be held at the TD Garden on Thursday. The hometown rockers will replace Godsmack, who regrettably announced they cannot perform. Get all the details, inside.
After admitting he was a bit early, Brad Paisley declared it the official opening of summer as the country music star kicked off the concert season at the Comcast Center in Mansfield last Friday. How did the show go? Read our full review, inside.
The Black Keys have revealed plans to take a break from working on their eighth studio album and return to the road for a limited run of summer shows, including one stop in New England. Find out when the alt-rockers will perform in Hartford, inside.
Organizers for the inaugural Boston Calling Festival have revealed the full schedule for this weekend’s highly anticipated event that will take place at City Hall Plaza. Get all the details, inside.
After performing at Boston’s House of Blues last week, Josh Ritter has announced plans for a return visit to Massachusetts this summer. Find out when he’ll return for the Lowell Summer Music Series, inside.
Celebrating the extensive homegrown talent the region has to offer, Club Passim’s campfire. festival runs from Friday night through Monday night at the historic club in Harvard Square. Planning on attending? Be prepared and get the full schedule, inside.
Continuing his ongoing promotion of 2012′s Beyond the Sun, Chris Isaak has revealed plans to return to New England this summer for shows in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Find out when and where, inside.
Rogue Wave will return to the road this summer to promote their forthcoming album, Nightingale Floors. The indie rockers will make their way to Massachusetts next month. Find out when and where they will perform, inside.
The Maine have revealed plans for a summer tour in support of their forthcoming album, Forever Halloween. The Arizona-based rockers will return to Massachusetts for a show at Boston’s Paradise Rock Club in June. Get all the details, inside.