The North End Music and Performing Arts Center will host a virtual event in honor of Juneteenth.
“It’s a very liberating experience to be in a band where you kind of don’t give a shit if no one likes it.”
ONCE announces comeback, first with outdoor show series
Boston Art & Music Soul Festival will livecast Friday night shows from Big Night Live
“We started out as more of a blues-rock thing and we’ve steadily grown into being more progressive and psychedelic over the years.”
Dorchester Art Project and Boston Compass Newspaper launch new artist showcase platform for Boston-based artists
When it comes to making the most of pandemic music possibilities and carrying the live performance experience through foggy times, you have to give props to the Porch in Medford …
Does anybody want to meet us at the Burren for Jason Anick and the Gypsy Jazz All-Stars?
With her 19th album out, the iconic Mass musician says, “If I’m not working on something, I start to think about the nothingness … I don’t want to fall into that abyss of nihilism.”
Independent Venue Week announces first round of participating venues, bringing together more than 200 venues in 39 states and territories