Dropkick Murphys have announced the release of Rose Tattoo: For Boston Charity EP. The EP features three songs, including a newly recorded version of the band’s song “Rose Tattoo” featuring Bruce Springsteen. Get all the details, inside.
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Grace Potter & The Nocturnals have revealed the plans for third annual Grant Point North Festival. The band’s two-day self-curated festival will return to their hometown of Burlington, Vermont in September. Get all the details, including the full lineup, inside.
Having completed a tour of Europe, Killswitch Engage are on American soil and gearing up for a nationwide tour that will start at the end of the month. promoting their new album Disarm the Descent, the veteran hard rockers from Massachusetts will return to New England for a performance in New Hampshire next month. Get all the details, inside.
Tricky has revealed plans for a stateside tour in support of his forthcoming release, False Idols. The British DJ/producer and trip hop pioneer will hit a handful of cities in the United States this June, including Boston. Find out where the show will take place, inside.
Touring in support of their recently released self-titled fourth studio album, Paramore hit Boston last week for an intimate show at the House of Blues. How did Hayley Williams and company fair? Find out, inside.
Still looking to fill in your calendar for this weekend? Well, you have worked too hard not to enjoy your free time so here are some ideas on how to spend it.
The weather forecast is calling for sunshine, just in time for Radio 92.9′s 20th annual EarthFest concert on Saturday. The free day-long festival will take place at Boston’s Hatch Memorial Shell and feature music from Vertical Horizon, Cracker, Camper Van Beethoven, Fastball and hometown favorites Gentlemen Hall. Get the full schedule, inside.
The summer concert season at the South Shore Music Circus in Cohasset continues to take shape with the recent additions of several country music favorites. Justin Moore, Vince Gill and Scotty McCreery will deliver performances under the tent, as will veteran singer-songwriter Amy Grant and Canadian singing sensations The Tenors. Get all the details, inside.
Beer and music. Two things we love here at BMS. This weekend, they collide at the annual Harpoon Fest, which will deliver two stages of non-stop music from some of New England’s finest bands. Going to the event? Be prepared and get the full music schedule, inside.
Organizers for the 67th concert season at Indian Ranch have added a trio of country veterans to their growing summer schedule. Kenny Rogers, The Mavericks and Sara Evans will each perform afternoon performances at the intimate amphitheater in Webster. Get all the details, inside.