Noasis, Boston’s band for all things Oasis (good job!) will kick off a night of inspired rock at the Lansdowne Pub on Saturday, November 25th. Whether you’re looking to pre-game before the Liam Gallagher show next door, or are just longing for a night of 90’s Brit-rock, we got you covered! RSVP here for FREE and we’ll see you there! More
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Humbled to be taking part in Boston DJs for ZUMIX on Friday, March 31. ZUMIX Co-Founder and Executive Director Madeleine Steczynski and Community Arts & Events Coordinator Jeeyoon Kim joined me in studio to talk about what ZUMIX is all about, their recent 25th anniversary relaunch at 94.9 FM, and the upcoming event. I hope you’ll join me; tickets are just $25 and available here. More
Orny Adams, who you probably remember from the Jerry Seinfeld documentary Comedian, was in studio this morning before his shows at Laugh Boston this weekend. Click here for tickets, then click through to hear our chat. More
Henry and I chatted with Jerry and David, who are involved in the Off-Broadway hit Old Jews Telling Jokes, which opens on Wednesday, April 15 at the Regent Theatre in Arlington. Click here for tickets, click through for the podcast. More
How did you play when you were a child? Maybe you were one of the athletic kids, racing the other kids across the asphalt and inventing new games. Maybe you were curious and enterprising, concocting experiments with the condiments in your fridge. Maybe you spent those endless days getting lost in a box of crayons, or in the pages of a comic book. No matter how we chose to play as tykes, the pure joy we felt in doing so is something most of us continue to chase well into our adult lives. It never gets easier to let go of our everyday burdens and enjoy a simple game — in fact, it only seems to get harder year by year.
Newton commercial craft brewer Hopsters announced today that, for one day only, they will be filling their brew kettles with a seafood feast.
Barry Gibb comes to town this week. Luckily, you’re not a middle aged man and don’t have any old bell bottoms to dust off. Instead, there are some fine rock options all over town to weigh. More
I signed up for four sessions of Introduction to Burlesque at the Boston Academy of Burlesque Education (B.A.B.E.) with a limited understanding of what the art form really is, and I spent my commute from work to the studio wondering if my clothes were the kind of clothes I would enjoy taking off. What if I was terrible at it? What if I was great? I texted manic questions to my boyfriend, whose interest in my taking burlesque classes ranged from puzzlement to sarcasm. “Are you nervous or excited for old timey take-your-clothes-off class?” he asked. He also said, “Don’t pick Savannah as your stage name. You’ll sound like an old lady.” As we neared Allston, I replied, “Hope there isn’t a huge neon sign announcing Burlesque outside the place. I don’t want the people on the bus to know what I’m about to do. More
The four dudes that make up the local garage-rock outfit CreaturoS are no strangers to the Boston music circuit, having all played in a number of bands before joining forces for this one. Spawned out of the demise of the more psych-heavy band, Doomstar!, and a few other local acts, CreaturoS is an amalgamation of reverb-drenched riffs and heavy-hitting psychedelic explorations. They play fast. They play loud. And their tracks find strength in the jam-centric prowess of all (now four) guys playing together in the Boston music scene for quite some time now. More
Sure, you could waste the weekend watching 96 continuous hours of Super Bowl pregame coverage. Or, if you play your cards right, by Monday, you could be a theater-going, ukulele-playing, ’80s-dancing, chili connoisseur with a sweet beard. It’s up to you (do the second one). More