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3 Doors Down still having the time of their lives

3 Doors Down is in New England this week for a pair of shows, last night in Amherst and tomorrow night in Providence, in in support of their latest offering, Time of My Life. We caught up with bassist Todd Harrell to discuss the album, the tour and the band’s charitable foundation.

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Peter Wolf keeps busy with New England shows

Peter Wolf, the smart, unassuming and immensely talented frontman for The J. Geils Band, is currently in the middle of a thirteen city tour across much of New England. Tonight, he’ll hit familiar ground with a homecoming show at the Somervile Theatre. We caught up with him earlier this week to see how things are going.

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For Zee Avi, Life is good

It was only a few years ago that Zee Avi posted anonymous videos of herself singing on YouTube. On Sunday, the Malaysian singer-songwriter will perform at the Life is good Festival. With that in mind, we caught up with her earlier this week to discuss her unique journey.

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Brandi Carlile excited to play Life is good festival

Life is good for singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile. She’s out on the road promoting her latest album, Live at Benaroya Hall with the Seattle Symphony, and will be in Massachusetts this weekend for the Life is good Festival where she will perform with the Boston Pops. We caught up with the singer to discuss her set at the festival and more.

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Life is good fest to spread good vibes for all ages

Music, fun, families and giving back. All ingredients for a perfect weekend at Prowse Farm in Canton, the site of the second annual Life is good festival featuring Ray Lamontagne, The Avett Brothers, The Levon Helm Band, The Hold Steady, Brandi Carlile and many more. Learn more about the festival and its cause, inside.

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Enrique Iglesias excited to launch tour in Boston

On Thursday evening, Enrique Iglesias will be in Boston to kick off the American leg of his Euphoria tour at the TD Garden. So what can you expect if you’re going? Well, for one thing, it will be, according to Iglesias, an intimate and interactive show. Get all the details on what the pop star is planning, inside.


Incubus delight at the Comcast Center

Touring in support of their first studio album since 2004, If Not Now, When?, Incubus made their way to the Comcast Center in Mansfield last Friday. How did the show go? Find out by reading our review, inside.

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Styx still loving life on the road

Veteran road warriors Styx will hit Massachusetts this weekend and BMS caught up with keyboardist/vocalist Lawrence Gowan to chat about the tour, their love for the road and how the band comes up with its setlists. Read the full interview, inside.

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The Baseball Project ready to take a swing in Mass

They say that love is a universal language, but for Scott McCaughey and his band mates in The Baseball Project, baseball serves as their universal language. With shows in New England this week, we caught up with the vocalist/guitarist to discuss the band, the tour and of course, some baseball too.


Yellowman ready for the Newport Reggae Festival

Reggae superstar Yellowman doesn’t rest. The fifty-five year old is currently on a world tour that started overseas in May and will stop in Newport, Rhode Island for the Newport Waterfront Reggae Festival on Saturday. Thankfully, we caught up with him during some downtime to talk about the festival and more.

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