We know there’s something special about Boston music. In part nine of The Boston Music Scene series, Bradley Jay seeks to discover the elusive reasons for this.
Today it’s sports cars, champagne, and how to become a hermit.
Jazz and blues music are truly American art forms, and Boston is a great place to hear both. To help us better understand the genres, Bradley Jay explores the difference between the two in Part 8 of The Boston Music Scene.
Bradley Jay talks with local artist singer and Berklee professor Livingston Taylor to glean musical performance tips for part seven of the ten-part series, The Boston Music Scene.
After hearing some horror stories from local musicians, you may develop a case of stage fright. In part six of our series The Boston Music Scene, Bradley Jay interviews performers about the time when something went wrong.
How do modern Boston musicians succeed? Has social media rendered the old industry obsolete? Bradley Jay investigates in part five of The Boston Music Scene.
You see them on street corners and in T stations, playing for the people passing by. In part four of this series on the Boston Music Scene, WBZ’s Bradley Jay talks to area street musicians.
Country music is gaining more than a foothold in the Boston music scene, as Bradley Jay discovers in part three of this ten-part series, The Boston Music Scene.
In the second of his ten-part series, The Boston Music Scene, WBZ’s Bradley Jay talks to Boston Pops conductor Keith Lockhart about the challenges of the Independence Day concert, and his relationship with Boston.
WBZ’s Bradley Jay kicks off his ten-part series The Boston Music Scene with a look at why music is such an integral part of our lives.