Paradise Rock Club
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.
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.
Whether it’s heavy metal, pop, rap or indie, the odds are pretty good that Boston has it covered to rock in the New Year in style.
Next time you’re about to slide your credit card out of your wallet for music tickets, check these Boston venues first and see if there’s something a little more modestly priced to see that night.
It’s at venues like these where new music is made, and in-the-know fans get to stake their claim as being there before it all started. Here are five of the best places to discover new music; places where new music lives, breathes and thrives.
Luckily, there are plenty of nightlife options available for the under 21 crowd in the greater Boston area; numerous highlights and destinations which practically guarantee a good time for the young’uns who are still seeking a fine, late night taste of the city.
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.
Looking for something to melt that icy chill? How about shaking off them winter blues by attending a hot concert this Spring? From classic rock to classic indie, progressive rock to punk rock and heavy metal, Boston’s got it going on long after the Spring sun goes down.
Get ready to dance a little, sing a little and simply enjoy your favorite music at these small venues around Boston!