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Rooney’s Robert Schwartzman enjoying solo route

With Rooney taking a break, their frontman is keeping busy by touring in support his brand new debut solo release, Double Capricorn. With a show set for TT the Bear’s Place on Tuesday, we caught up with Robert Schwartzman to discuss his new solo release, its beneficiary, the tour and more.

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Jon Anderson of Yes stronger than ever

Jon Anderson and Rick Wakeman of Yes will hit Worcester this Tuesday with a stripped-down show featuring Yes favorites and new songs from their latest collaboration, The Living Tree. We chatted with Jon Anderson about the new tour, new music and why the Boston Garden was the best rock and roll venue in the world.

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Mat Kearney looking forward to Boston show

Singer-songwriter Mat Kearney is excited to be back in Boston. With “Hey Mama” climbing the charts and multiple New England tour dates, we chatted with him on the eve of his big Boston show on November 4. Check out the full Q&A with Mat Kearney inside.

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Stepping into the Spotlight with The Secret Sisters

Every week we like to spotlight a rising band from outside of New England. Today, we get to know Nashville, Tennessee-based/Muscle Shoals, Alabama-bred The Secret Sisters. Learn more about the country duo, inside.

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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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Stepping into the Spotlight with O’Brother

Every week we like to spotlight a rising band from outside of New England. Today, we get to know Atlanta’s O’Brother. You can catch band in Boston when they open for Thrice at Royale on Tuesday, October 18.

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Geeking out with They Might Be Giants

They Might Be Giants are celebrating 30 years of music at the Berklee Performance Center this Saturday. In our Q&A with co-founder John Flansburgh, he talks about the last 30 years, their latest projects and what on the horizon for them.

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Stepping into the Spotlight with The Static Jacks

Every week we like to spotlight a rising band from outside of New England. Today, we get to know New Jersey’s The Static Jacks. You can catch band in Boston when they play the Paradise Rock Club on Tuesday, September 27.

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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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Keller Williams to plays for kids & grown-ups at LIG

One-man jam band Keller Williams is a master of genres. He’ll be playing songs from his sixteenth album, “Kids”, for fans on both days of the Life is good Festival this weekend. BMS chatted with him about his upcoming performances, his unique sound and his forthcoming seventeenth album.