"techniques (that really work) to overcome stage fright."
Ruby Rose Fox
The Museum of Fine Arts' concert series is a star-studded celebration in the grass for diehard fans and casual listeners alike.
"I think in times where other people are scared … it’s always important to be brave, to not be taken over by fear."
A cheat sheet of local LPs you probably slept on.
If there’s one thing we know, it’s how to ring in the new year in style. From punk rock to classical, the concert options for tonight are endless—and so is that stream of bubbly.
The Big Star frontman gets saluted by some of Boston's finest musicians this Saturday at Brighton Music Hall.
What to do and where to do it.
That means Rick from Needham doesn’t just have to pretend he’s excited to bring you and your drunk friend all the way back to Southie at 3AM for no tip, but he now has to listen to Three 6 Mafia the whole way...
New tunes from Ruby Rose Fox, Hallelujah the Hills, Seer Group, STL GLD, Guerilla Toss, Bent Knee and more.
“It was nice to have women around. It just brings so much joy to the band. I feel very grounded and rooted with them onstage behind me. And in a way they are kind of doing what a piano does at this point. They are creating a big soundscape behind the music.”