Viewing: Posts by Paul Robicheau
  • April 17, 2014

    Weekend Ideas

    Weekend Ideas by Paul Robicheau

    You want anchovies with that? A wide plate of options awaits your concert-going weekend, from Boy George to a band with Mccauley Culkin that does pizza-themed covers of the Velvet Underground. Other options include Los Amigos Invisibles, Alejandro Escovedo, the Black Lips (pictured), and the Rock 'n' Roll Rumble semi-finals -- to find a worthy foil to first-night victor Petty Morals. And finally, a Thursday throwback helping of AC/DC… More>

  • April 10, 2014

    Weekend Ideas

    Weekend Ideas by Paul Robicheau

    Spring's in the air with shows by the UK's fast-rising, atmospheric London Grammar, New England jammers Max Creek and Spritual Rez, jazz pianist Chick Corea, ’80s rockers the Psychedelic Furs and an Emmylou Harris reunion with Daniel Lanois -- as well as a look back at Nirvana… More>

  • April 03, 2014

    Weekend Ideas

    Weekend Ideas by Paul Robicheau

    It's a weekend for legends, local and otherwise, from 70-year-old musician and producer Al Kooper and '80s favorites Robin Lane and the Chartbusters (following a documentary about Lane) to Jason Moran's dance-savvy jazz tribute to Fats Waller and tabla maestro Zakir Hussain's Masters of Percussion with ex-Journey drummer Steve Smith. Other concert alternatives include Hurray for the Riff Raff, Pentatonix and Lake Street Dive… More>

  • March 27, 2014

    Weekend Ideas

    Weekend Ideas by Paul Robicheau

    A somewhat lighter weekend still delivers plenty of range, from a song swap with singer/songwriters Steve Earle and Shawn Colvin and the yearning indie-rock of Okkervil River (pictured) to the funky solo-band musings of Phish bassist Mike Gordon, the atmospheric raps of Childish Gambino, and the spiritual Qawwali music of Pakistan's Asif Ali Khan & Party… More>

  • March 20, 2014

    Weekend Ideas

    Weekend Ideas by Paul Robicheau

    The first weekend of the new season blooms with a range of shows, from Jonathan Richman's stripped-down songcraft to the 11-piece Typhoon's orchestral rock. Other options include alt-country rockers the Drive-By Truckers, blues descendent Keb' Mo' and dark-edged indie-pop duo MS MR… More>

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