In the latest edition of Getting to Know, we let Boston’s Kristen Ford Band tell us about themselves. You can catch the band’s next performance at Lizard Lounge in Cambridge on Saturday, November 19 when they celebrate the release of their new album, The Grindstone.
In the latest edition of Getting to Know, we let Boston’s Munk Duane Band tell us about themselves. You can catch the band’s next performance at Precinct in Somerville on Friday as part of the International Pop Overthrow Festival. Learn more about the band, inside.
In the latest edition of Getting to Know, we let singer-songwriter Ryan Schmidt tell us about himself. You can catch his next performance on Sunday, November 13 at Radio in Somerville as he celebrate the release of his new EP, White Horse.
With comparisons to The Strokes and Arctic Monkeys, Twin Berlin have indeed enjoyed a stellar 2011. But like every great local band, the Connecticut-bred/Massachusetts-based rockers have aspirations for something bigger and this weekend, they’ll fly to the West Coast to try and make that happen with help from Travis Barker of Blink-182 fame.
Halloween is upon us again and some of Boston’s best acts are keeping up the tradition of performing as famous artists this weekend. There’s a wide array of worthy and interesting tributes taking place as many acts have gotten into the spirit this year. With that in mind, we put together a quick guide, inside.
Organizers for the Boston Music Awards have revealed this year’s nominees. Hip-Hop favorite Slaine dominated with five nominations including top prizes Artist of the Year and Album/EP of the Year for A World With No Skies 2.0. Get the full list of nominees, inside.
Children’s Hospital Boston is looking for the best high schools bands to compete in the 2012 Battle of the Bands fundraising event. As part of the Children’s Hospital Boston’s Generations Cures program, the Battle of the Bands will feature student bands who want to use the power of music to help sick children get better. Learn more, inside.
The local music community will come together tomorrow night for a special benefit concert at the Lowell Memorial Auditorium. Dubbed the “Show of Hope”, the benefit concert featuring Air Traffic Controller, Liz Longley and Stefani Bush aims to raise awareness and funds for the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation. Learn more about the show and its cause, inside.
In the latest edition of Getting to Know, we let singer-songwriter Stefani Bush tell us about herself. You can catch her next performance on Friday, September 22 at the Lowell Memorial Auditorium as part of the Show of Hope benefit concert.
What’s a “Mexo-American Dance Rock” band going to do at the Newport Folk Festival this year? Make another big splash, no doubt. Get the full interview with the Boston-based critical darlings, David Wax Museum, inside.