How a singer-songwriter from the Hudson Valley is bringing a whole lot of sunshine to Boston through blues and soul.
The newly minted singer-songwriter talks U2, beaches, and embarrassing laughs before headlining Great Scott.
All hail the second coming of Regina Spektor.
Because there’s nothing more terrifying than choosing to be joyful in a world that constantly berates you with reasons not to be.
New York-via-Tennessee singer-songwriter Torres talks immortality, whiskey, and why empathy is so vital.
Los Angeles singer-songwriter Jessica Pratt heals her wounds with strange, dark, hypnotic folk songs.
Kate Tempest used Great Scott as a playground to prove her live shows are worth the hype.
Canadian singer-songwriter Patrick Watson talks adult fairytales and vocal advice before playing The Sinclair.
Waxahatchee stopped by the Sinclair Wednesday. Filtered through the bold, forlorn voice of Katie Crutchfield—it's powerful stuff—but a bit lacking live.
Swedish singer-songwriter The Tallest Man on Earth turns Dylan's rich love song into a speedy banjo howl.