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Somewhere along the way, maybe around eight or so years ago, 10,000 Maniacs had been together for more than 10,000 days. These days, a quick online calculator shows the band has been together for more than 13,000 days, but in an era of here today, gone tomorrow, their enduring success is testament to the quality of their music -- and the loyalty of their fans.   Read More >>
When you think of Nashville, a lot of names come to mind. Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline and George Jones, to name a few. When you think of Music City, a lot of places come to mind, but chances are, those places are located either in the Southeast or perhaps Texas.   Read More >>
The Gentlemen Songsters, a barbershop harmony singing group based in Lowell, will compete on Season 3 of Sing That Thing!, WGBH s competition show for New England s best singing groups. They ll perform alongside The Thursdays from Chelmsford High School and Noteworthy from Emerson College.   Read More >>
DRACUT The Dracut Community Chorus Spring Concert is planned for Sunday, May 21, at 4 p. m., at Dracut High School, 1560 Lakeview Ave. The chorus is under the direction of Leon Grande. Admission is free, and the afternoon will include raffles and refreshments.   Read More >>
GROTON -- He found fame and fortune as a blues, jazz and rock musician in the '70s and '80s, but in his later years, J.   Read More >>
When you consider how difficult it is for a musician to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, you begin to have an appreciation for how great you must be in order to be inducted twice.   Read More >>
LOWELL -- Music icons Stephen Stills and Judy Collins will play at Boarding House Park on Sunday, Aug.   Read More >>
LOWELL -- Music icons Stephen Stills and Judy Collins will play at Boarding House Park on Sunday, Aug.   Read More >>
Lowell Memorial Auditorium and Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell have hosted both up-and-coming (Keith Urban and Brad Paisley immediately come to mind) as well as legendary country music acts (George Jones and Randy Travis, just to name two) over the years.   Read More >>
There are few experiences more varied, yet more entertaining than seeing Sting in concert. I've had the good fortune to see him in various incarnations over the years. The former Police frontman has a House of Blues show in Boston coming up on March 8, where Sting will ostensibly play tunes from his new album, "57th and 9th," though everyone there will wait to hear whatever cuts he chooses to   Read More >>


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