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Karl Mondon
The legendary band forever associated with San Francisco had already been gigging in the South Bay and Peninsula as The Warlocks until it discovered that name was taken. On Dec. 4, 1965, the group played at an "Acid Test," in an old Victorian house where San Jose City Hall now sits, for the first time as the Grateful Dead.   Read More >>
With Thanksgiving upon us, the natural inclination is to look to the next holiday on the calendar and whether that's Hanukkah, Christmas or Kwanzaa, there's no doubt that we are now in the holiday season.   Read More >>
Rickey Medlocke has been wielding an axe for a very long time as the guitarist first of Blackfoot and for the past two decades with Lynyrd Skynyrd. These days, while Medlocke is still with Skynyrd, he's also wielding a different sort of power.   Read More >>
Mill buildings can be the perfect settings for intimate musical events. Amoskeag Studio in Manchester, N.H., located a 40-minute drive from Lowell, has extraordinarily alive acoustics while the drama of its tall ceilings, brick walls and big windows help frame and focus the action.   Read More >>
CHELMSFORD -- On Saturday, Nov. 21, Scottish Roots comes to the Cabaret Café at the Chelmsford Center for the Arts, 1A North Road. Elizabeth and Ben Anderson, a duo on Scottish fiddle and cello, blend Scottish tunes with innovative rhythms and harmonies.   Read More >>
There are benefit concerts for any number of worthy causes, but one group that has seemingly gotten lost in the shuffle over the years is veterans. Thankfully, others have noticed and there has been an emergence of late when it comes to concerts to benefit our nation's veterans.   Read More >>
NASHUA - The Nashua Community Concert Association presents The Windham Swing Band on Monday, Nov. 9, 8 p.m., in the Keefe Auditorium, Elm Street Middle School, 117 Elm Street. Founded in 1998 as part of the Windham Community Bands, the Windham Swing Band is a full 18-piece big band with saxophones, trombones, trumpets, bass, percussion and a vocalist.   Read More >>
If you were ranking the greatest American living guitarists, suffice to say that Duke Robillard would rank high on the list. The Woonsocket, R.I., native co-founded the legendary Roomful of Blues in 1967, has been a member of The Fabulous Thunderbirds, replacing none other than Jimmie Vaughan (Stevie Ray's brother), and has recorded with Tom Waits and Bob Dylan, among many, many others in his   Read More >>
Local favorites Amy Black, Boxcar Lilies & Jen Kearney are back   Read More >>
Everyone knows the music of Jethro Tull, with classic songs like "Aqualung," "Living in the Past" and "Locomotive Breath," but not as many people know the man behind the music. I'm not talking about frontman Ian Anderson, though I did talk to him for this article.   Read More >>


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