R&B crooner The Weeknd brought the heart-shaped groove to Worcester on Thursday.
"With swirling dreadlocks, steampunk mic stands, and industrial canister spotlights, Korn's staging evoked 1994 without becoming nostalgic."
We breakdown U2's iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE tour piece by piece.
Swedish folk singer-songwriter The Tallest Man on Earth filled Orpheum Theatre with Bob Dylan-esque charm and we were there to capture it in photos.
Father John Misty and his subtle alter ego from The Paradise on 3/31
Butler's band, a melange of standing percussionist (Antibalas’s Miles Arntzen), family keyboardist (sister-in-law Julie Shore), and backup singers, covered Policy's ten songs with precision even when guitar cords and monitors fuzzed out.
If Big K.R.I.T. is the "King of the South," as announced in his first song at The Sinclair last week to a beyond-adoring audience, then Michael Christmas can claim to be the Crown Prince of Boston.
If you weren’t impressed by his sound, the sheer volume of the words Matisyahu uttered in two hours was a miracle.
Through two decades of documenting struggling under repressive regimes of crime and politics, Wu Tang is well equipped to comment on 2014.
The Apache Relay won many converts, me included, with their ambitious American Nomad in 2011. And an impressive early morning set at Newport Folk festival confirmed the band as a dynamic force within the wide world of folk rock.