The circumstances surrounding JAM’N 94.5’s annual Summer Jam last Saturday were less-than-ideal but attendees were still treated to a memorable day of music, most notably from Nicki Minaj. Find out how her set shined brighter than all the guys on the bill, inside.
The Dandy Warhols are a band valiantly battling the obstacle that all artists ultimately face: time. And with their show at Boston’s Royale Nightclub last Friday, this battle took on multiple meanings. Find out how the show went, inside.
Seasoned hip-hop artist Curren$y, a.k.a. Spitta Andretti, all but tore down Paradise Rock Club to its foundation last Wednesday with his “Jet Life” tour. Flanking Spitta was a crew so deep they were practically a who’s who of contemporary rap. Legend Styles P performed beside Smoke DZA and Fiend, as up and comers Trademark Da Skydiver, Young Roddy and Corner Boy P..
Radiohead returned to the Comcast Center for the first time in close to 4 years. Find out how the band fared, inside.
Garbage have finally returned to the road after nearly a decade of inactivity. Find out how their return to Boston, behind a new album, went down, inside.
Hot dogs, t-shirt cannons and the Dropkick Murphys. Yes, it was not your typical night at Symphony Hall last Thursday as the Boston Pops celebrated “Red Sox” night as part of their three-night “City of Champions” concert series. Find out how the show went, inside.
Artists came from all over the country to perform at Kiss 108’s annual Kiss Concert Saturday at the Comcast Center but some of the best acts of the day were from right here in Massachusetts. The all-day event featured a total of 18 artists and bands performing at the amphitheater and the back-to-back format made it painfully clear who surpassed expectations and who fell flat.
Not content to ride the long coattails that “Home” has given them over the past couple of years, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros are back with a second album, Here. But how did it sound when they played Boston recently? Find out, inside.
The Cranberries, one of the biggest rock acts of the 1990s, are looking to reestablish themselves after a lengthy layoff with their first new album in more than ten years. Find out if they got back on track at Boston’s House of Blues, inside.
Led by J. Spaceman, Spiritualized returned to Boston as part of a tour in support of their new album, Sweet Heart Sweet Light. Find out how the show went, inside.