Lockhart downplayed the loss of what would've been his season-long anniversary party and instead reflected on life without the ability to perform in front of a live audience.
Widespread coronavirus closures have decimated tourism in Western Massachusetts where art, theater and music drive a post-industrial, creative economy.
As part of an online Pride celebration hosted by Latinx techno collectives, Manu Miran is hosting a three-hour set in support of Black trans people and humanitarian services in Venezuela.
Oak Hill Properties, the owners of the building where the rock club is located, has moved forward with a lease application from another prospective tenant.
There was no farewell show, no farewell tour, no farewell at all, really. But Boston’s acclaimed post-punk band of the early ‘80s and early 2000s has quietly exited stage left....
BSO is taking its acclaimed, months-long music festival into the digital realm with performances by cellist Yo-Yo Ma, pianist Emanuel Ax and violinist Joshua Bell.
In our newly-altered world, many things are more challenging than they used to be. But in some of them, we find silver linings.
Great Scott talent buyer Carl Lavin teamed up with Mainvest to crowdsource the funds to reopen the Allston rock club. On June 10, they reached their initial goal of $150,000....
Think of this as a starter kit for things to think about as you start your journey to being anti-racist, not a guide to being an ally.
On June 1, Karen Geer starts her tenure as the new president of New England’s largest community school of music and the arts.
The project redirects royalties from streaming services to the Boston Music Maker COVID-19 Fund with the goal of “using music to save music.”
With months of performances canceled, musicians and organizations look for ways to stay connected with audiences while maintaining livelihoods.
"At its best, ambient music supplies a quiet constancy, a tranquility that can counter the disturbing currents running through our brains," writes ARTery contributor Jim Sullivan.
The Boston-based Celtic punk rockers will be the first band to play Fenway Park not from a centerfield stage, but on the actual infield May 29.
The COVID-19 pandemic derailed the planned record release show for the band’s new album, but they’re adapting to a new world of digital-only releases and livestreamed shows.
The guitarist is spending time at his home in Florida as concert venues remain closed and spring tour dates have been canceled or postponed.
As a musician and long time patron of Great Scott, ARTery contributor Charley Ruddell attempts to pay homage to a beloved institution.
Musicians and industry insiders share their worries and the hurdles they face to performing again for live audiences.
With his practice space closed, a drummer turns to the great outdoors.
The BSO has released its lineup of concerts, slated to begin in the fall.