Rarely has there been a tour name more fitting for a performance than for Pearl Jam’s concert last Tuesday. The legendary rockers rolled into Worcester’s DCU Center to celebrate the release of their new album Lightning Bolt and delivered a marathon set that mixed new and old over the course of 3 hours.
There are dozens of female pop stars on today’s Hot 100, but watch out ladies: Selena Gomez proved she is poised to take over with her recent performance at the TD Garden in Boston. Read the full review, inside.
Electrical problems at the Wilbur Theatre couldn’t slow down San Diego’s Switchfoot on Tuesday night, putting on a short but memorable set in front of a packed crowd at the Tremont Street venue.
As part of his “Hammer Down” tour, Toby Keith returned to Massachusetts last Saturday for his annual summer ending party at the Comcast Center. Over the course of two-hours, the country music superstar delivered a crowd-pleasing performance that thrilled the adoring crowd.
They aren’t Canada’s biggest export but over the course of two decades, Great Big Sea have certainly built a rabid fanbase. Last Friday, they packed Boarding House Park in Lowell as the pride of New Foundland delighted with a career-spanning set in celebration of their 20th anniversary.
On the road for the first time in three years and promoting two new albums, John Mayer returned to Massachusetts on Saturday night. Over the course of two hours, the former Berklee student delighted the adoring crowd with a set that proved he’s best when he’s playing the blues.
Lil Wayne is on the road this summer for the second installment of the “America’s Most Wanted” tour, but judging from the far from soldout Comcast Center on Sunday night, it wasn’t America’s most wanted ticket this season. Still, it didn’t stop Weezy from living large, per usual, and giving another over-the-top performance.
Taylor Swift hit Gillette Stadium in Foxboro last weekend for two sold-out shows in support of her latest album, Red. How did the country-pop starlet fair? Find out, inside.
Backing his new album Night Train, Jason Aldean rolled into Boston last weekend for a pair of sold out shows at Fenway Park. The country-rocker, who is clearly more of the latter, delivered a high-energy set that balanced new material with his expanding catalogue of hits.
Twenty bucks won’t go far in today’s entertainment industry but on Wednesday night at the Comcast Center in Mansfield, a near-capacity crowd sure got their money’s worth from Kid Rock. The pride of Detroit brought his “$20 Best Night Ever” tour to Massachusetts and gave fans a entertaining set that packed hits and fan favorites from the rocker’s multi-genre inspired catalogue.