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The axemen cometh to Lowell this weekend when local guitar heroes Gary Hoey and Charlie Farren take to the Boarding House Park stage on Saturday night as part of the Lowell Summer Music Series.   Read More >>
 
If the name Sara Watkins doesn't ring a bell, consider her pedigree. She started as the fiddler and founding member of the progressive bluegrass group Nickel Creek when she was just 8 years old. The group also consisted of her brother Sean and mandolinist Chris Thile.   Read More >>
 
Concerts on the local scene offer something for everyone's tastes and budget.   Read More >>
 
Local lectures by Marathoner Paul C. Clerici, Poet Robert Frost's granddaughter and Professor of dance Deborah Kinghorn   Read More >>
 
Forty years ago, a respected English guitarist and singer named Peter Frampton released a live album recorded at a series of concerts in the summer and fall of 1975.   Read More >>
 
There's a better-than-average chance you've run into Lynn Gunn at the supermarket, the pharmacy or maybe a convenience store, but you probably didn't know the 22-year-old Lowell resident fronted a band that will be playing two sold-out shows in   Read More >>
 
Any music fan knows that festivals have taken over the music world. From about May 1 through Halloween, there are usually two or three each weekend. Just this week, there was the announcement of the first Revolution Rock Festival on Saturday, Sept.   Read More >>
 
One of the perks of writing Nightlife is the opportunity to talk with music legends. I've had the good fortune to chat with the late Richie Havens, Gordon Lightfoot, Johnny Mathis, Peter Wolf, Emmylou Harris, Rob Halford, Jon Anderson and Joe Satriani, among many others.   Read More >>
 
CHELMSFORD -- It's an evening of soul, R&B and jazz when Penni Layne and the Wonder Boys take the stage at the Chelmsford Center for the Arts, 1A North Road, on Friday, June 3, at 7:30 p.m. Performing original works as well as covers by Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin and more, the ensemble has entertained all over New England.   Read More >>
 
Imagine a concert venue that's so convenient that it allows you to get there hours before the show, pick out the perfect spot, leave your belongings, enjoy all that the city of Lowell has to offer on a beautiful summer day, and then wander back to   Read More >>
 
 

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