Brooklyn-based band Wilder Maker played the ONCE Lounge + Ballroom on Friday night. Their song “Hope Springs” is one that sounds like an audible equivalent of your Dad’s favorite chair, or the beautiful, thick afghan that’s been in your family for years – it’s warm, comfortable, and feels like you’ve known […]
With the pastiche-heavy work of Bruno Mars and Meghan Trainor cleaning up the Grammys and critics sheepishly accepting a band like The 1975 (who might as well just come out and admit they’re INXS’s foster sons), the fact that a nostalgia-laden rock outfit like Sheer Mag exists shouldn’t come as any surprise. The […]
Low, a three-piece band from the plains of Minnesota, played the Brighton Music Hall on September 23rd as a part of their tour in promotion of their latest album, Ones and Sixes. Low has been around since 1993, that’s a year longer than I’ve been alive. Prior to the […]
Front Row Boston correspondent, Tim Cahill, reviews Jose Gonzalez’s set at Paradise Rock Club, April 11, 2015.
Front Row Boston correspondent, Tim Cahill, reviews Belle and Sebastian’s set at House of Blues Boston, March 30, 2015.
Front Row Boston contributor, Tim Cahill, recounts a memorable performance by Brooklyn-based Punch Brothers: Live at House of Blues Boston – March 6, 2015.
The Dropkick Murphys perform Bachman Turner Overdrive’s “Taking Care of Business” at the House of Blues in Boston.
Dropkicks Murphys perform “Fields of Athenry” at the House of Blues.