The results are in and we couldn't be happier. From rapper Cousin Stizz to alt-rocker Palehound, say hello to the winners of the 2017 Boston Music Awards.
house of blues
In a clear sign of her burgeoning popularity, Angel Olsen hit town once again, in a much larger venue than her last tour. Swapping the relatively cozy confines of The Sinclair for the expanse of House of Blues, she had no problem getting right at home and connecting with the audience. Her songs ...
Myster DL on working with the undisputed Cypress unit, inspiration, and backstage joints
St. Vincent makes you sit up and take notice. We’ve not seen a shapeshifter of her skills since Bowie traded personas on a per album basis for over a decade, and with each reinvention, Annie Clark (the person behind the nom de stage of St. Vincent) keeps raising the bar higher and higher. ...
The experimental gospel artist talks horror tropes, Toni Morrison, and must-haves in heaven.
The Canadian supergroup talks swimming in oceans, standing up for love, and singing along to Gil Scott Heron.
Boston-based fighters promoted by Dropkick Murphys’ Ken Casey take the stage at House of Blues Saturday for a nationally televised card
There’s a reason the 2017 Boston Music Awards picks aren’t what you’d expect.
Stalking the stage and gyrating like a human-sized praying mantis that's occasionally subjected to electric shocks, Garrett remains the visual focal point of the show.
Eagles Of Death Metal will always been linked to the atrocity of the Bataclan murders, which is a bit ironic because Jesse Hughes and company are all about the good times.