BMS is pleased to announce plans for the first ever Battle of the Cover Bands, which will take place on Friday, May 15 at Olivers Nightclub at the Cask’n Flagon. Classic Yellow, Heart of Boston, Red Square, and Wild Nites and the C&B Horns will all perform at the event.
Each week, we take a look through our Sonicbids dropbox and let an artist tell us about themselves. This week, get to know The Kenn Morr Band. You can catch the band’s next area show at Mocha Maya’s Coffee House in Shelburne Falls on April 18.
Each week, we take a look through our Sonicbids dropbox and let an artist tell us about themselves. This week, get to know singer-songwriter Amy Petty. You can catch her next local show at Perks Coffehouse in Norwood on April 16.
Each member of The Mystix possesses a long and unique resume of artists that they have worked with, together this Boston roots band is hoping that their resumes will share one successful entry with the release of their new album.
If you’re not already convinced that Friday night’s BMS Local Spotlight Live show is well worth the ten bucks after learning about The States and Say When (not to mention Beautiful Lies and Cemetery Superfly), maybe the fact that Mission Hill is also performing will do the trick.
Say When spends 300 days a year in a van, touring the country and playing for the rabid fanbase that they’ve been building up for years. On Friday, the Boston rockers will kick off their upcoming jaunt with an appearance at Olivers for the BMS Local Spotlight Live Series.
The former Boston band comes back to town bearing songs from their forthcoming album A Swan’s White Neck. We talked to lead singer and guitar player Chris Snyder in anticipation of the show.
Each week, we take a look through our Sonicbids dropbox and let a band tell us about themselves. This week, get to know Lil’ Stevie and The Westsiders. You can catch them at The Bull Run in Shirley on Friday, April 3.
Boston will be well represented at this year’s SXSW festival in Austin. No less than 17 officially showcased artists list their hometown as Boston in this year’s concert field, and we’ve got details on who they are and when you can see them.
WERS has long been known as Boston’s premier independant radio station. We caught up with Music Director John Parsons to discuss the station’s anniversary and big concert on Sunday with Pete Yorn, JJ Grey & Mofro, Will Dailey, and Ryan Montbleau.