What did you accomplish during the Year Of No Live Music? Did you put your time and effort into a specific project, or did you just try to keep your head above water and cope from day to day?
"I was talking about things that I didn’t even know I wanted to be talking about. I didn’t even know this album was going to be coming out. I just knew I wanted to make it, and then see if I wanted to share it with the world."
BAMS Fest returns for a second year with new twists and attractions
As it turns out, the scout behind the multiband festivities is musician Will Dailey, a longtime force on the New England music scene. Though more known for his songwriting than his show-booking skills, Dailey sees the HarpoonFest collaboration as a way he can pay it forward.
Having proved her haters wrong last year, for 2019 Morris set out to clear new walls, and to scratch another entry off her bucket list—namely, by landing two-time Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Eric Roberson as a headliner.
On the heels of a 2018 Boston Music Award for New Artist of the Year, Notez and his collective are bound to be seen and heard much more. Before he takes off on a national tour, Notez is curating an ambitious three-part miniseries in Cambridge.
From who's nominated to why it's a big deal, here's everything you need to know to celebrate the music scene’s biggest night.
How a Texan violinist found her voice in Massachusetts and the strength to confront some of life's darkest lessons.
The musician, filmmaker, photographer, writer, producer, and founder of HipStory dishes out tips about how to get involved in Boston's music & arts scene without burning out.