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With most bands who have achieved success, even if you don t know the name, you would recognize their music. Yet, with the Oakland, Calif.-based, rhythm-and-blues-based horn section and band Tower of Power, it s much, much more likely that you know the name than you would recognize their music.   Read More >>
 
Fleetwood Mac Tribute at NARA Park; Psychedelic blues music innovators play Back Page   Read More >>
 
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NEW YORK (AP) — Miles Davis wasn't even listed in the program book when he appeared for the first time at the Newport Jazz Festival in 1955, but he made his presence felt with a career-reviving performance.   Read More >>
 
LONDONDERRY, N.H. -- This weekend Tupelo Music Hall, 2 Young Road, presents Roomful of Blues and The David Bromberg Quintet to its stage. The Grammy-nominated Roomful of Blues will perform their combination of jumping, horn-heavy blues and R&B on Friday, July 24, at 8 p.   Read More >>
 
It's almost impossible to tell the story of classic rock without mentioning Dave Mason. He was a founding member of Traffic, was good friends with Jimi Hendrix, and has played and recorded with everyone from Paul McCartney and George Harrison to the Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton to Michael Jackson and Fleetwood Mac.   Read More >>
 
Greek festival at Athenian; NEMA stars at Zorba's   Read More >>
 
Pat Benatar and her husband/musical collaborator Neil "Spider" Giraldo are no strangers to Lowell, having played Lowell Memorial Auditorium in 2008. But they'll make their first appearance at Boarding House Park on Friday night as part of the Lowell Summer Music Series.   Read More >>
 
CHELMSFORD -- Like to listen to jazz? Like to play? Every third Thursday of the month the Chelmsford Center for the Art's Cabaret Café presents a jazz jam session. On Thursday, July 16, host vocalist Wendee Glick and the OGD Trio perform some classic jazz favorites.   Read More >>
 
Never heard of Royal Blood? Well, if you've got tickets to see Foo Fighters at Fenway Park on July 19, do the smart thing and get to your seat early enough to check out the opening act. That's where you'll find the British rock imports Royal Blood, who are opening for the Foo Fighters on their U.S. tour this summer.   Read More >>
 
As the surviving members of the Grateful Dead wrap up their series of Fare Thee Well concerts this weekend from Soldier Field in Chicago, local venues will participate by simulcasting the events. Pioneers of psychedelic music in the 1960s, the Dead brought jazz-style improvisation to rock music.   Read More >>
 
 

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