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  • December 05, 2014

    Weekend Ideas

    Weekend Ideas by Paul Robicheau

    From the grooves of the Trey Anastasio Band and Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood to the long-anticipated return of '70s pop troubadour Cat Stevens (now going by Yusef Islam), this is a potent weekend also sporting Trombone Shorty and an under-the-radar show by legendary Cleveland art-punks X_X… More>

  • December 01, 2014

    Live Review: Bob Seger and J. Geils Band Rock TD Garden

    Live Review: Bob Seger and J. Geils Band Rock TD Garden by Paul Robicheau

    Bob Seger and the J. Geils Band ruled their respective home strongholds of Detroit and Boston (and vice versa) in the late ’70s and early ’80s, animating earthy blues-based rock that appealed to a working-class ethos. So it made sense for both to return to the (new) Garden on the same bill Saturday… More>

  • November 28, 2014

    Weekend Ideas

    Weekend Ideas by Paul Robicheau

    Moving past the turkey, the snow and the sales, Thanksgiving weekend provides sure concert highlights -- from hip-hop avatars Run the Jewels to Beverly-bred singer Angie Miller, Detroit classic rocker Bob Seger, virtuoso funk-rockers Living Colour, and a Crooked Still reunion as part of a Signature Sounds anniversary celebration… More>

  • November 20, 2014

    Weekend Ideas

    Weekend Ideas by Paul Robicheau

    Interpol HAS NOW POSTPONED its Friday show at House of Blues since it's still stuck in the crippling snows of Buffalo, but Daniel Lanois and the Barr Brothers highlight Saturday's textural palette and Nils Frahm conjures his own layers with keyboards on Sunday… More>

  • November 13, 2014

    Weekend Ideas

    Weekend Ideas by Paul Robicheau

    Bob Dylan settles into his new role as a new-millennial minstrel while TV on the Radio returns strong on a weekend that also boasts San Fermin, Fitz & the Tantrums, Milton Nascimento, Johnny Marr, Della Mae and Joe Fletcher… More>

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