We’re celebrating Halloween a few days early. Join us at The Harp on Causeway St. in Boston on Thursday, October 27. Doors at 8, 21+, no cover. Julie Kramer, Adam 12, and Paul Driscoll spin spooky faves, with plenty of Coors Light and Tito’s cocktails. Cash prizes for best costumes, too. Click here to RSVP. It’s presented by Coors Light and powered by Tito’s Handmade Vodka and Rental Beast.
After taking the summer off to make playlists of summer songs past and present, we’re back to our monthly series. Here are a dozen songs from fall releases we’re wild about. More
This is pretty cool. Boston-based busker Travels With Brindle has invited Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Tim Kaine…to busk. Just in time for tonight’s Vice Presidential Debate, she posted this video. Take a look, then follow along to see if Senator Kaine accepts the invite!
Is Big Papi the biggest Red Sox of all-time? I say he is. Chad Finn shared his thoughts on David Ortiz, including a first-hand account of his last regular season game at Fenway Park, and we discussed the Red Sox playoff hopes. More
Natalie Lemle was in to talk about ArtLifting, a program that aids homeless and disabled artists. Currently, 72 artists in 11 states are receiving 55% of all profits from your purchase of their artwork and photography. Click “more” to hear my chat with Natalie and to see work from one of the artists. More
The Musary is a musical instrument lending library based in Hamilton, Massachusetts. It was founded in honor of John Ryan Pike, the late multi-instrumentalist and original drummer of the band Ra Ra Riot. I had Tom Jones of The Musary in studio to talk about the charity’s origins and how you (or your kids!) can borrow an instrument (or donate one!). Click “more” for our conversation, and click here to find out more about their upcoming Symphony of Trees fundraiser. More
Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox is coming to the Wang Theatre on Thursday, October 6. Click here to grab your tickets, and click more to listen to my conversation with Scott and check out a video. More
So the Red Sox clinched the AL East title, despite being walked-off on by the Yankees. It was weird, and I talked to Eric Wilbur about it. We also talked about Rex Ryan, who is also weird, and this weekend’s Patriots-Bills game in Foxboro. More
For this week’s edition of Thirsty Thursday, I welcomed Revere Hotel Food and Beverage Director Fergal Gildea. He mixed up some examples of their new lineup of fall cocktails, now available at the Emerald Lounge. More
2016, the year Six Songs went punk. More
Let’s Talk About Food founder Loisa Kasdon joined me in studio to talk about this year’s Let’s Talk About Food Festival, taking place on Saturday, October 1 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Copley Square. It’s the fifth annual festival and it’s free, so please come out and take part in some of the most important food conversations happening today. More