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Concert review and set list: Connie Fairchild takes an entertaining trip 'Down by the River' at the Gaslight Theatre Saturday, March 8
Some of you may remember Connie Fairchild and the local band that bore her surname from the 80s and 90s. Performing a mix of R&B, rock, and jazz—today they'd probably call it "roots music"—the band won awards and fans locally.
Concert review: Jamming all night long with Keller Williams at the Pageant, Friday, March 7
As I made my way into the Pageant to see Keller Williams and More Than a Little, I realized almost immediately that I was underdressed. How could I forget to wear a beanie? And maybe a tie-dyed shirt? Or most…
Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos
The text of the Roman Catholic Requiem Mass, with its apocalyptic images of death and redemption, has inspired composers to produce some of their most profound and idiosyncratic work. The Italian operatic master Giuseppe Verdi, while so indifferent to religion…
Concert review: Robert Earl Keen (with Andrea Davidson) raises a Texas-sized ruckus at Off Broadway, Tuesday, March 4
Beckoning steel guitars and a sharp-dressed Robert Earl Keen -- with humorous stories and warm, Texas-sized grin in tow -- turned a sold-out Off Broadway into a late-winter, backyard barbecue on Tuesday night.
Concert review: Galactic keeps the Mardi Gras party rolling at the Pageant, Thursday, March 6
Another Mardi Gras has come and gone, but the heart and soul of New Orleans was alive and well inside the Pageant last night as legendary funk/jazz fusion band, Galactic, provided a taste of its native Bourbon Street sound.
Concert review: The ever-changing Amos Lee impresses at the Sheldon Concert Hall, Wednesday, March 5
Amos Lee is a hard man to put a label on. Right down to his name (it's a stage name), his genre -- an eclectic mix of rock, R&B, country and folk -- and his songs -- equal parts funky…
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