Bear Creek is widely known as a truly unique and special festival community. There is a reason people tend to go back year after year, and we found this to be highly justified. First and foremost, it [...]
Fitz and the Tantrums came to Boston this weekend for a pair of back to back shows at the House Of Blues, in Fenway’s silent shadow. The opener, Big Data, got the crowd warmed up and involved, playi[...]
Returning to the Northeast for the first time in almost three years, when the String Cheese Incident announced that they were playing a two-night run at Port Chester's The Capitol Theatre, you had to [...]
The Ogden Theatre was lit up last Friday, 11/14, to the sounds of Dance Party Time Machine, an ambitious collaboration between a multitude of Local and National Acts. The group featured Marc Brownstei[...]
Since 2005, The Polish Ambassador has been creating some of the funkiest, glitchiest dance music available today. His first project, Diplomatic Immunity, was released in 2007, and the artist has consi[...]
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We're about to embark on the road with our favorite funk powerhouse, Lettuce, hitting cities all over the US - from Austin to Nashville to NYC and many in between! Throughout the tour, the boys will b [...]
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As far as top tier classic rock bands go, the diversity of The Who's catalog often seems to be forgotten. While tracks like “Baba O’Riley” and “My Generation” get played on the radio, modern [...]
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