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Concert review and set list: Hard Working Americans brings Southern rock swagger to the Old Rock House on Tuesday, August 25
Hard Working Americans may just be the best supergroup you've probably never heard of. The powerhouse sextet is a side project for its impressive roster that includes alt-country singer/songwriter Todd Snider; guitarist Neal Casal of Chris Robinson Brotherhood and (formerly)…
Arnold Schoenberg in Los Angeles, 1935
Perhaps success is the best revenge. The August 22 Gesher Music Festival performance at the 560 Music Center amply demonstrated the remarkable accomplishment of “degenerate” composers who fled Nazism yet achieved success in Hollywood.
Rebecca Joy Fletcher
Chamber music today is one of the most innovative and diverse of all musical art forms.  In only five years, the Gesher Music Festival—from the Hebrew “bridge”—has established itself as a leader both locally and beyond as a creative hub…
Jim James of My Morning Jacket at Peabody Opera House
Jim James, frontman of rock group My Morning Jacket, has been (or at least should be) running on fumes lately. Last year he contributed music to “Lost On The River: The New Basement Tapes,” a collection of unreleased songs from…
Concert review: KMFDM (with Inertia and Chant) pulverize the Ready Room, Wednesday, August 12
Rivetheads, goth girls and kilted men donned in all black lined Manchester Avenue outside the Ready Room waiting for the industrial sonic and visual assault of KMFDM on Wednesday night.
Album review: Unifyah gets pumped up on its first full-length album, 'HEAVYASSTONE'
Unifyah -- a local powerhouse of a band that combines elements of ska, reggae, rock, dub and hip-hop with a touch of soul and funk -- has finally released its first full-length album, "HEAVYASSTONE."
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