Festival organizers announced the cancellation Tuesday, March 31, of the Boston Calling Music Festival that was scheduled to take place May 22-24.
Cambridge-based comedian Dana Jay Bein wrote and tweeted out the lyrics on March 18 and the internet went wild with videos and TikToks inspired by the parody.
The songwriter's 17-minute epic is an elegy for the late president and the "slow decay" to where the country finds itself now.
While it’s not a replacement for attending a concert in-person, watching your favorite band digitally can be a virtual salve in these troubled times.
Here's a list of upbeat songs to help you shake it out when you're feeling restless.
If you're looking for small emergency grants or funds to hold you over, read on to learn more.
With social distancing measures forcing many venues to abruptly close, many artists and musicians are facing immediate financial obstacles. Here are ways you can help.
The Cambridge folk club becomes the latest organization to create a relief fund for artists who have lost work in the coronavirus pandemic.
One way to support local musicians during a time of social distancing is to stream their songs. Here's a list of mellow songs to help you relax during a time...
Doriot Anthony Dwyer joined as principal flute of the Boston Symphony Orchestra in 1952 and became the first woman appointed to a principal chair in a major symphony orchestra.
A guide to binging more purposefully and artfully.
What was originally scheduled to be a live St. Patrick’s Day show will now be streamed to prevent the spread of coronavirus. There will be no family and no friends...
From a student at Berklee College of Music to Grammy-award winner, the drummer has made her own path through the genre and helping level the playing field for musicians today.
Programs in Boston and the Berkshires have been called off till the end of March.
With concerns growing over the spread of COVID-19, events that gather large groups of people are in limbo, with Live Nation and AEG being the latest to announce the pause...
The music of Ella Williams, a.k.a. Squirrel Flower, is expansive and melancholy and preternaturally sensitive to the taut threads of power that run, invisible, through relationships.
The Dublin-based group does not make music for people with short attention spans or those in need of quick hits, says music writer Jim Sullivan.
The three-time Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter brings her stripped-down setlist to the Somerville Theatre on Feb. 29.
Keith Lockhart was just 35 years old for his debut as the Boston Pops new conductor in 1995.
After their main singer-songwriters were no longer a part of the bands, former Pogues and Morphine members regrouped and found new life for their music.