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Let's start this week's column with some news about this summer's Lowell Summer Music Series. Though nothing is official, I have it on good word that as many as three concerts are about to be announced for the 2016 lineup.   Read More >>
It was a big deal last summer when Canadian rocker Bryan Adams toured the United States on the 30th anniversary tour of his Reckless album. Adams had pretty much stuck to fall/winter shows in smaller arenas like the Orpheum over the past few years, eschewing the more popular (and more lucrative) summer tour schedule.   Read More >>
Experience Beatlemania Magic on Feb. 5; The North Winds Quintet plays The Parish Center for the Arts on Feb. 6   Read More >>
AP Photo/Keith Srakocic
Now that the Patriots have sadly been eliminated from the playoffs, there's one less reason to stay home and watch television on cold winter nights. It's much better to get to a club, auditorium or arena where you can enjoy live music.   Read More >>
BEVERLY -- Pink Floyd tribute show The Machine will perform at The Cabot, 286 Cabot St., on Friday, Feb. 5, at 8 p.m. For 26 years, The Machine has extended the legacy of Pink Floyd with stellar musicianship, lighting and video.   Read More >>
If you know nothing else about ZZ Top, you probably know them as the group with the two guys with the really long beards who play guitar. (Ironically, the third member of the group, drummer Frank Beard, is the one who doesn't have a beard.   Read More >>
Walter Scott — BSO Courtesy photo
LENOX — For the first time in 10 years, the Boston Symphony Orchestra's former music director, Seiji Ozawa, will return to Tanglewood this summer for two public performances.   Read More >>
On the surface, G-Eazy looks like a Jet fresh out of West Side Story -- slick hair, tight shirts, suave jackets.   Read More >>
The passing of rock icon David Bowie gave me a chance to look back one last time on the night I saw him perform live: June 1, 2004, at the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, N.H. Nobody there that night knew it at the time, but everyone in attendance was seeing him in one of his final shows in the United States.   Read More >>
LEXINGTON -- Boston Bluegrass Union presents Laurie Lewis & The Left Hands in celebration of the 40th season at the National Heritage Museum, 33 Marrett Road, on Saturday, Jan. 16, 7:30 p.m. Besides being a vocalist, Lewis is a songwriter, champion fiddler and bandleader.   Read More >>


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