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.
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The benefit proceeds will be donated to those affected and displaced by the fire. Talent includes The James Montgomery Blues Band, Tigerman Woah, Lady Pills, STL GLD, Killer Cortez and more to be announced.
Boston Calling meets Mikkeller
Tigerman WOAH, Ripe and Mad Satta amongst local bands on roster for two-night event at the Middle East Downstairs.
Because sitting around watching the snow melt is for suckas.
In theory, and as it is in most major cities with a thriving cultural landscape, downtown should be the first place to go for local live music, and the very fact that it isn't highlights the already prominent issue of finding reasonably priced space.
They are a band comfortable navigating within the wide borders of their chosen genre without feeling self-conscious about their current zip code, with “Heartbeat of the Northeast” framing their warm-blooded sound with a New England perspective.
Warning: there will be no analysis of the importance (or lack thereof) of the Boston Music Awards beyond this point. Well, maybe a little. We can't help ourselves.