music, concerts, recordings
The Boch Center is throwing open the ornate Wang lobby to local rock and hip-hop acts.
The Providence band offers a new vision of Joni Mitchell: no longer the archetype of the confessional songwriter, but a trailblazer, an experimenter.
Without a permanent home, a study commissioned by the city labeled the Boston Lyric Opera "at risk," but the company says it's actually seen an increase in patrons last year.
In the current political climate, Downtown Boys has emerged as something of a conscience for the indie rock scene.
Singer-guitarist Daniel Ash and drummer Kevin Haskins are bringing back the music of their one-time bands Bauhaus, Tones on Tail and Love and Rockets.
The founder of one of the nation's oldest gospel groups died last week at 95.
The singer's "Rise Up" has become the de facto anthem of the Black Lives Matter movement.
For more than 60 years, the three-day festival has brought together some of the world’s best performers, including rising stars. This year is no exception.
Music and beer have enjoyed a long, fruitful, even symbiotic relationship for a long time. But a new collaboration is taking that pairing a step further.
You could hear Big Thief, John Paul White of The Civil Wars, The Wild Reeds, Pinegrove and others during the weekend.
Inside the creaky, beer-stained bar in JP, you met spouses and started careers, found community and the courage to be yourself.
Honesty and emotional transparency are what makes People Like You’s sophomore album “Verse” excel.
Decades after they emerged in the New York pop punk scene, Blondie is not only still touring, they're still touring with new music.
Performer Tammy Faye Starlite is re-envisioning Nico, the one-time singer for the Velvet Underground and dark chanteuse of the post-punk in the late-‘70s and ‘80s, on Saturday night.
The BSO's artistic partner went from piano to podium in the Berkshires this week.
As many independently owned rock clubs in the area close, the Midway Cafe in Jamaica Plain is celebrating its continued existence as an eccentric music haven.
The Midway Cafe in Boston's Jamaica Plain neighborhood opened back in the summer of 1987.
New England Conservatory instructors release "Town and Country" at Thelonious Monkfish in Cambridge.
The Boston Landmarks Orchestra holds Wednesday concerts at the Esplanade's Hatch Shell and Boston Midsummer Opera takes on Donizetti's most popular comic opera.
Most might be intimidated with the task of filling in last minute on the complex cult favorite from Wagner's "Ring Cycle," but not Stephanie Blythe.