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Gavin DeGraw makes his Lowell Summer Music Series debut with a Friday night show at Boarding House Park, but it also marks his return to Lowell after a nearly 14-year hiatus. DeGraw played the Tsongas Arena (as the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell was known back then) in December 2005 as part of the KISS 108 FM Jingle Ball concert.   Read More >>
Life on the road is not easy. Making a record is not easy. Trying to balance the two? That sounds inconceivable, if not outright impossible. Yet, that's what Mat Kearney is doing this summer as the veteran singer-songwriter (he has been at this professionally for nearly two decades) juggles studio time with road work.   Read More >>
Summer is all about vibes, especially summer concerts. Think about it. Whether it's D ave Matthews Band or Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band, summer music is about a mood, an experience, a feeling.   Read More >>
Blue Ocean Music Hall -- 4 Ocean Front, Salisbury. Edwin McCain, pop, Thur., July 18, 8 p.m., $29.50. Mike Girard's Big Swinging Thing, rock, Fri., July 19, 8 p.m., $29. Meat Loaf Presents BAT Featuring Caleb Johnson + The Neverland Express, Meat Loaf tribute, Sun.   Read More >>
Rebelution brings its reggae-rock band to the Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion on Thursday, Aug. 1, as part of the band's Good Vibes Summer Tour.   Read More >>
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The Rolling Stones just came through town on their No Filter Tour and packed tens of thousands of fans into Gillette Stadium. But that's really the pot of gold at the end of a never-ending rainbow for most rock groups.   Read More >>
Celebrating the adventurous spirit of Lowell native Jack Kerouac, the line-up for the second annual The Town and The City Festival this fall will bring together more than 50 local and national touring acts for performances throughout multiple venues in downtown Lowell.   Read More >>
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You would think that creative types such as musicians could write their own exit from the stage as easily as they know when to finish a song. Yet, whether it's the adrenaline rush that comes from playing to adoring fans or something else, we see more and more legacy acts staying on the road and performing into their 60s, 70s and beyond.   Read More >>
Any preview of the 30th season of the Lowell Summer Music Series has to accurately reflect the unusual circumstances that led up to the lineup. There was, of course, the government shutdown several months ago that now seems brief in hindsight but, at the time, crippled LSMS organizers' ability to book musical acts into Boarding House Park.   Read More >>
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Descendants of music royalty often struggle with making a name for themselves, though there have been plenty of successes over the years. Jason Bonham, Jakob Dylan (who comes to Lowell later this summer), Dhani Harrison, Norah Jones, Jake Clemons, Albert Hammond Jr.   Read More >>


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