One of the best Ska revivalist groups ever, The English Beat (originally “The Beat”) formed in 1978 in Birmingham, England.
For those seeking a fun night out on the town, singing along to old favorites while a seasoned pro tickles those ivories, here are five highly recommended piano bars in Boston.
The Clean was one of the first modern bands in New Zealand to play original music.
Whether you’re a karaoke veteran or the type who generally needs a few drinks before mustering up the courage to mosey on up to that microphone, the Boston area is a gold mine for those seeking to indulge their inner rock star.
If you’re a real deal, honest-to-goodness biker diehard, the odds are probably pretty good that you already know where to go for good food and good drink in a hog-friendly atmosphere. Bikers just know where to go. Everyone has to start somewhere, however, so for those who are just beginning to enjoy the rushing wind, the gleaming asphalt and freedom of the open road, here are five biker approved Boston destinations to park that shiny new beast of yours in between road trips and coffee runs.
Post-punk superstars, The Psychedelic Furs, are at the Salem Performing Arts Centre on May 26.
The Adicts got together way back in 1975 and posted many indie hits in the Eighties, yet they are still together with the same line-up.
The vintage jukebox still stands tall as a symbol of golden era social networking; a meeting place where small talk, arguments and even first crushes can all take place behind the beat of a favorite song. Here are some of Boston’s best jukebox joints to kick it old school. Just don’t forget the quarters.
School of Seven Bells is a pop-shoegaze duo out of Brooklyn that gives love to the argument that Brooklyn is the current petri dish for modern music.
Whether it’s classic delta blues or a hard rocking reinvention of the style from any number of today’s rising up and comers, here are some prime Boston-area hot spots to catch catch live blues at its very best.