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It was a pretty good day last week when I got to chat with keyboard ace Lawrence Gowan of Styx in the morning and guitar whiz Eric Johnson in the afternoon.   Read More >>
DEVENS -- If you're looking for a fun evening out, look no further than Habitat for Humanity North Central MA's "A Toast to Hope" event planned for Thursday, Oct. 20, at the Devens Common Center, 31 Andrews Parkway.   Read More >>
A songwriter, particularly a good one, will draw from personal experiences when putting lyrics to paper. To that end, John David Souther (better known as JD Souther) has plenty to draw from. Souther, who comes to the Bull Run Restaurant in Shirley on Friday, Oct. 21, at 8 p.m., has traveled everywhere in his life and his career has benefited immensely from it.   Read More >>
CHELMSFORD -- On Friday, Oct. 14, it's Jazz First at the Chelmsford Center for the Arts' Cabaret Café. At its core, Jazz First is a piano-bass-drums jazz trio devoted to the performance of straight-ahead jazz and blues standards, covering the period between early and mid Twentieth Century.   Read More >>
Should be a fun show next Wednesday night when singer-songwriter Jason Isbell headlines at the Lowell Memorial Auditorium with supporting act Josh Ritter. Isbell cut his teeth with the alt-country Drive-By Truckers from 2001 to 2007 before embarking on an extremely successful solo career focused a bit more on Americana music.   Read More >>
The tone and tenor of this year's presidential election has been foreboding and contentious, but thankfully, there are a number of veteran comedians coming through the region this weekend to help lighten the mood.   Read More >>
CHELMSFORD -- On Saturday, Oct. 8, "Conversations with Joan Watson-Jones and Friends" returns to the CCA Cabaret Café. The passionate jazz vocalist, known throughout northern New England, hosts the cable television program "The Jazz Room Live" and the internet-based radio program, "The Jazz Room.   Read More >>
By day, Alan Williams is the chair of the music department at University of Massachusetts Lowell where he coordinates the music business program, teaches courses in music business and serves as advisor to all music business majors.   Read More >>
Concord Film Project opens with "The Visitor;" Nashua Library stages "Food Fight: Inside the Battle for Market Basket"   Read More >>
NASHUA, N.H. -- The 86th season of the Nashua Community Concert Association begins Saturday, Sept. 24, with The Kat Trio from Ekaterinburg, Russia -- Victoria Gorbich on violin, Vladislav Gorbich on clarinet and Joseph Ross on piano.   Read More >>


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