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Miranda Lambert delivers impressive performance

If there was any doubt that Miranda Lambert is the queen of country music, she erased it with ease during her sizzling set at the Bank of America Pavilion in Boston on Friday night. Over the course of 90 minutes, the Texas native delivered a career spanning setlist that kept the crowd enthralled.

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The Gaslight Anthem deliver memorable night

Just two days before the release of their brand new album, The Gaslight Anthem hit Cambridge on Sunday night for an intimate performance at the sold out Middle East Downstairs. Undoubtedly, the band’s next show will be in a more expansive venue but they’ll have trouble matching then unwavering energy that ran through Central Square club. Read the full review, inside.

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Aerosmith heat up the TD Garden

Returning home to Boston as part of their ongoing “Global Warming” summer tour, Aerosmith hit the TD Garden on Tuesday night for the first of two shows at the home of the Bruins and Celtics. How did it go? Find out, inside.

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DKM join Pops for fun night at Symphony Hall

Hot dogs, t-shirt cannons and the Dropkick Murphys. Yes, it was not your typical night at Symphony Hall last Thursday as the Boston Pops celebrated “Red Sox” night as part of their three-night “City of Champions” concert series. Find out how the show went, inside.

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The Cribs enjoy being a trio again

The Cribs are back to being a band of brothers. Returning to their original three-piece and releasing a new album next month, the English rockers are touring America with a rejuvenated spirit. We caught up with Ryan Jarman to discuss the band’s new album, life as a three-piece and their future plans. Read the full interview, inside.

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Bruce Springsteen delivers spirited show in Boston

On the road to promote his brand new album, Wrecking Ball, Bruce Springsteen hit Boston’s TD Garden on Monday. Joined by the E Street Band, it also marked their first show in town since the untimely death of saxophonist Clarence “Big Man” Clemons last June. So how did they fair? Find out by reading our full review of the show, inside.

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Van Halen rock New Hampshire with new and old

When they first reunited five years ago, nobody really expected the original Van Halen lineup with frontman David Lee Roth at the helm to last. Flash forward five years later and they are going strong with a brand new album. On Tuesday, they made their way to New Hampshire for a show the Verizon Wireless Arena. How did it go? Find out, inside.

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Kaiser Chiefs deliver thrilling show in Boston

Kicking off their stateside tour, Kaiser Chiefs delivered a thrilling rock show at Boston’s Paradise Rock Club on Tuesday. Led by fiery frontman Ricky Wilson, the English rockers delivered a 90-minute set packed with infectious songs for the near capacity crowd.

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For Kingston 530, It’s been a Long Time Coming

Hometown favorites Kingston 530 will celebrate the release of their highly anticipated debut album, Long Time Coming, tonight at the Hard Rock Cafe. Earlier this week, we caught up with lead singer Chris Ferrara to discuss Kingston 530’s new album, the CD release party and their plans for the future.

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Foo Fighters bring tour to epic close at TD Garden

After over six months on the road, Foo Fighters finally made their way to Boston on Thursday night for the final show of the North American leg of their Wasting Light World Tour. Despite the grueling trek, the band displayed no signs of exhaustion as they delivered an epic performance that nearly blew the roof off the TD Garden.

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