Touring in support of their new album Milk Famous, White Rabbits hit Boston’s Paradise Rock Club last Saturday. Despite a surprisingly low turnout, the band delivered a stellar set that proved they are ready to take things to the next level. Read our complete review of the show, inside.
It was the best of times and it was the worst of times on Friday night at the Paradise Rock Club as Hot Chelle Rae delivered a headlining set with mixed results before an adoring crowd. Find out what happened by reading our full review, inside.
Daryl Hall brought the experience of his “Live From Daryl’s House” web series to Boston for a show at the House of Blues. Find out how the show played out, inside.
The Ting Tings are on the road in support of their recently released sophomore album, stopping off at the Paradise for a rare show in Boston. Find out how the show went, inside.
On the road to promote his brand new album, Wrecking Ball, Bruce Springsteen hit Boston’s TD Garden on Monday. Joined by the E Street Band, it also marked their first show in town since the untimely death of saxophonist Clarence “Big Man” Clemons last June. So how did they fair? Find out by reading our full review of the show, inside.
If Woody Guthrie’s name is going to be attached to any work you’re doing, be prepared to fall under heavy scrutiny. Thankfully, the New Multitudes featuring Yim Yames, Jay Farrar, Anders Parker and Will Johnson, proved they meet the challenge after delivering a thrilling tribute to the legendary songwriter in Boston last week. Read our full review of the show, inside.
The power came back on at Symphony Hall, and The Chieftains put on a powerful performance. Find out how the legendary Irish group put their show together, inside.
When they first reunited five years ago, nobody really expected the original Van Halen lineup with frontman David Lee Roth at the helm to last. Flash forward five years later and they are going strong with a brand new album. On Tuesday, they made their way to New Hampshire for a show the Verizon Wireless Arena. How did it go? Find out, inside.
On the road to promote their first studio album in 14 years, A Different Kind of Truth, legendary classic rockers Van Halen made their way to Massachusetts on Sunday for a highly anticipated sold out show at the TD Garden in Boston. BMS Photographer Peter Cooke was on site to capture the show. See the photos, inside.
Not content to rest on their laurels, Cowboy Junkies set themselves to the arduous task of recording four albums in 18 months. Known as the Nomad series,the band stopped by the Somerville Theatre last week to showcase the new material alongside plenty of fan favorites from throughout their career. Read the full review of the show, inside.