Live at Fraser

Watch: Hayley Sabella – Live at Fraser

Watch: Hayley Sabella – Live at Fraser

December 4, 2017 – Hayley Sabella returned to WGBH’s Fraser Performance studio to perform a couple of songs from her upcoming EP release on April 27th. Hayley sat down with us to talk about the story behind these new songs before taking the stage. Set list: Put You at Ease […]

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Watch: Jamila Woods – Live at Fraser

Watch: Jamila Woods – Live at Fraser

February 1, 2018 – Jamila Woods stripped down to the basics delivered one unforgettable Live at Fraser performance. With just bass, guitar, and her incredible voice, the lyrical poet blew us away performing songs from her debut release, HEAVN. Jamila sat down with us before taking the stage to talk […]

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The Shacks are Bringing Their Signature Dreamy Sound to WGBH

The Shacks are Bringing Their Signature Dreamy Sound to WGBH

The Shacks are well on their way to becoming one of the year’s big breakouts. With a sound that’s somehow both retro and modern at once, their debut album Haze plays out like the soundtrack of an old film that’s calling you into a world of analog beauty, solidifying their […]

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Brooke Annibale is Coming to WGBH with a New Album, and a New Sound

Brooke Annibale is Coming to WGBH with a New Album, and a New Sound

Singer-songwriter Brooke Annibale is shedding a bit of her indie-acoustic skin. Her new album, Hold to The Light (June 2018), is a pop-progressive piece offering a fusion of textured electronic and traditional instrumentation with songs bearing her keen, soulful lyricism. And hey! She’ll be performing songs from it at WGBH on […]

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Watch: The Devil’s Twins – Live at Fraser

Watch: The Devil’s Twins – Live at Fraser

January 17, 2018 – Boston-based The Devil’s Twins exhibit catchy, yet haunting, dueling vocals by Nikki Coogan and Jeremiah Louf— atop a wall of sound generated by one guitar. The press and their underground cult following—The 2crew—describe their sound as “noir punk”. Nikki and Jeremiah were joined on stage by […]

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Watch: Julie Rhodes – Live at Fraser

Watch: Julie Rhodes – Live at Fraser

January 17, 2018 – Boston native Julie Rhodes told us before her recent set in our Live at Fraser series that her musical career started “on a whim”. After singing along in the audience at a house show, she was given some words of encouragement to write her own songs. […]

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Gallery: Jamila Woods & Jha – Live at Fraser

Gallery: Jamila Woods & Jha – Live at Fraser

February 1, 2018 — Jamila Woods stripped down to the basics to deliver one unforgettable Live at Fraser performance. With just bass, guitar, and her incredible voice, the lyrical poet blew us away performing songs from her debut release HEAVN, as well new material and as some special covers for the evening. […]

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Gallery: The Devil’s Twins & Julie Rhodes – Live at Fraser

Gallery: The Devil’s Twins & Julie Rhodes – Live at Fraser

January 17th, 2018 — Noir-punk band The Devil’s Twins, and bluesy singer/songwriter Julie Rhodes are National Treasures. And we’re still reeling from the rocking show they both put on in the Fraser Performance Studio at WGBH on Wednesday night as part of our new Live at Fraser series.  Loud guitar, upright […]

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Watch: Sidney Gish – Live at Fraser

Watch: Sidney Gish – Live at Fraser

October 29, 2017 – New Jersey native, and third-year music industry major at Northeastern University, Sidney Gish, performs live in the Fraser Performance Studio at WGBH.  Video Credits: Greg Shea – Director/Camera/Editor Alan Mattes – Audio Recording & Mix Chris Voss – Host Jess Barnthouse – Camera Stacy Buchanan […]

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Watch: SYML kicks off new WGBH music series Front Row Boston Live at Fraser

Watch: SYML kicks off new WGBH music series Front Row Boston Live at Fraser

SYML, also known as Brian Fennell of indie-pop band Barcelona, brought his subtle and emotional solo project on location to WGBH for an intimate performance for the debut of Front Row Boston Live at Fraser. The new music series, set in the acoustically pristine Fraser Performance Studios in front of a […]

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