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  • September 26, 2014

    Weekend Ideas

    Weekend Ideas by Paul Robicheau

    This is ridiculous. There are so many shows going on, even I’m playing on this first official weekend of fall. Highlights include the Beantown Jazz Festival, Tweedy, Shovels & Rope, Dutch ReBelle, the Boomtown Rats, Black Lips and more historic local band reunions as part of the Pipeline! anniversary… More>

  • September 18, 2014

    Weekend Ideas

    Weekend Ideas by Paul Robicheau

    The second weekend of historic local band reunions in WMBR’s Pipeline! 25th anniversary series takes over Cuisine en Locale for two nights, while other concert options include the haunting Sun Kil Moon, psych-garage rocker Ty Segall, Irish-American traditionalists Solas, Mike Peters from the Alarm and a Garden party with the Black Keys… More>

  • September 11, 2014

    Weekend Ideas

    Weekend Ideas by Paul Robicheau

    Summer and fall seasons collide in a busy slate for weekend music, including the year’s last show at the harborside Blue Hills Bank Pavilion and the start of the month-long Pipeline! anniversary cavalcade of local bands… More>

  • September 08, 2014

    Live Review: Boston Calling Moves The Masses

    Live Review: Boston Calling Moves The Masses by Paul Robicheau

    The fourth edition of Boston Calling provided a glorious mixed bag across the past three days at City Hall Plaza, opening with a bang on Friday night and closing with its most stacked, diverse lineup yet on a perfect-weather Sunday, though Saturday grew problematic with a storm delay… More>

  • September 04, 2014

    Weekend Ideas

    Weekend Ideas by Paul Robicheau

    It’s (almost) all about Boston Calling this weekend, with the most dynamic, varied lineup yet for the three-day music festival on City Hall Plaza, though Steely Dan holds court on the harborside and Bombino, Dictators USA and White Denim hit the clubs… More>

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