Making her return to Boston with a whole new album and outlook, Norah Jones sought to dazzle the crowd at the Bank of America Pavilion on Sunday with the fresh material from Little Broken Hearts. Unfortunately, aside from a handful of standouts, Jones’ performance fell surprisingly flat. Find out why, inside.
Scotty McCreery won the ninth season of American Idol with his boyish charms and clear country vocals. When he brought his solo tour to Indian Ranch on Sunday afternoon, both of those shined. Read our full review of the show, inside.
Touring in support of her first new release in seven years, The Idler Wheel…, Fiona Apple hit Boston on Saturday for a show at the Citi Wang Theatre. How did it go? Find out, inside.
The young at heart and sunny of disposition were taken away from Boston harbor and transported to the sand and surf of the West Coast in the 1960′s when The Beach Boys’ 50th Anniversary tour stopped at the Bank of American Pavilion on Tuesday night. Read our full review of the show, inside.
Built to Spill played to a spilling-over sold-out crowd at Paradise Rock Club last Friday. Unfortunately, despite the palpable sense of energy in the crowd for the longtime indie rockers’ appearance, the band’s set failed to live up to expectations.
A power outage, no opening act, and, as a result, a 40-minute delay don’t generally make for an enjoyable concert. By the time Cambridge electropop band Passion Pit made it to the Bank of America Pavilion stage on Friday night, however, those factors only seemed to work in their favor.
Donald Glover may be known best as a comedian/actor, but his Hip-hop persona has been taking off in the past couple years. He played his biggest show in the area to date last Thursday. Find out if he was able to live up to the growing expectations, inside.
Ringo Starr hit Boston with another All-Starr band on Tuesday. Find out who he brought with him and what they had to add to the show, inside.
Powered by their surprise hit, single “Anna Sun”, indie pop-rockers Walk The Moon hit Boston’s Paradise Rock Club on Monday for a sold out show. Did the live up to the hype? Find out, inside.
Regardless of what may or may not have happened with Chris Brown last week, Drake brought none of his personal issues onto the Comcast Center stage. In town on Sunday for his “Club Paradise” tour, the Canadian rapper promised his fans the best party in town and delivered.