In spite of the availability of music online, record stores have managed to persevere in Boston. There is one for virtually every neighborhood.
A jury’s verdict that Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke copied Marvin Gaye’s music to create their hit song “Blurred Lines” won’t just be felt by the singer’s pocketbooks — it has the potential to change how musicians work and could open the door to new copyright claims.
February 28, 2015 Throughout her storied career, Thalia has always been known as a cutting-edge artist who keeps her feet on the ground and continues to reinvent herself. Thalia is a singer, songwriter, actress, radio […]
February 14, 2015 The World’s #1 music school will be going to Mexico! Berklee College of Music will be offering exclusive classes in Mexico during the month of June. With their Berklee Latino program, a […]
More and more music lovers are reaching back to the past and buying vinyl records
Ernie Boch Jr. has made a career as a successful car dealer. He also has a passion for music and is using it to help others with the Music Drives Us foundation.
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.
Brookstone is now selling an awesome product to drown out your roommates stomping, singing, and other noises you’d rather not hear… The new 2.4Hz Wireless TV Headphones not only connect to your TV, but also to your stereo, computer, and mobile device.
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.