KCRW's Anthony Valadez joins us to listen to music from artists like Bottle Tree, Jonti, Nils Frahm and Jonwayne.
When Boston composer Lainey Schooltree set out to write a rock opera in 2013, she had no idea what she was getting into.
We speak with Mark Harvey about how the Boston jazz scene has evolved as the genre has changed in sound, style and visibility over the decades.
In order to land the gigs they're vying for, musicians today need business skills like networking and marketing.
Born and raised in Newton, Fred Taylor started going to shows in Boston as a kid. Now 87, he's one of the most influential figures in the city's jazz scene.
The highly acclaimed and wildly popular musical will close the 2017-'18 Broadway in Boston season.
Drummer Tom Hambridge, a Berklee grad and leader of Boston rock band T.H. and the Wreckage, remembers what it was like to put on a Chuck Berry show.
Musician Alex Lacamoire has put together an impressive resume over the past decade. He joins Here & Now's Robin Young to talk about his life and career.
"There was no one who did it better than Pavarotti, but I think that Lawrence Brownlee comes pretty close," Minnesota Public Radio's Ryan Lohr says.
Jennifer Kimball holds a special place in the hearts of folk music fans and musicians in the region. Now she's out with a new album, "Avocet."
The conductor brings an unusual collaboration between musicians and acrobats to Oberon in Cambridge.
We remember the legacy of the "father of rock 'n' roll, who died on Saturday at the age of 90.
In the Boston area today, it's no secret that there are any number of Irish pubs with live music, and not just on St. Patrick's Day.
Jonathan Wolff created the themes for a number of hit TV shows, from "Seinfeld" to "Will & Grace" to "Caroline in the City."
After some internet fame and a round of gigs in 2011, Boston band ABADABAD went silent. Years later, they're out with a debut album.
The indie pop husband/wife duo Tennis brings a retro '70s sound to their latest album. They’re in our studio.
The locally-bred Celtic-punk band has dealt with tough topics like addiction for years. Yet, the band is one of the most rousing, aggressive good-time bands to ever come out of Boston.
Jonathan Wolff is the man behind many of your favorite TV themes.
KCRW DJ Anne Litt talks with Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson to talk about Connie Converse's musical legacy.
The "Brother Brother Brother" podcast was created by three music-loving brothers — one born in the '60s, one born in the '70s and one in the '80s.