Post Tagged with: "Blue Hills Bank Pavilion"

The Short List: FRB Staff Concert Picks of the Week (September 10 – 16)

The Short List: FRB Staff Concert Picks of the Week (September 10 – 16)

Each week, Front Row Boston’s staff gives you our Short List: the bands and musicians in and around town we think you should hear. Thursday, 9/14 — The Afghan Whigs at Paradise Rock Club There’s only one way to watch an Afghan Whigs show and that’s from the front row. They haven’t […]

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Katie Crutchfield of Waxahatchee performs at NPR Music's 2013 SXSW Showcase at Stubb's.

The Short List: FRB Staff Concert Picks of the Week (August 13 – 19)

Each week, Front Row Boston’s staff gives you our Short List: the bands and musicians in and around town we think you should hear. Sunday 8/13 — Streetlight Manifesto at House of Blues The American ska punk band from New Brunswick, NJ is out on the road right now for the “Somewhere […]

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Gallery: Alabama Shakes at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

Gallery: Alabama Shakes at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

August 4, 2017 – Alabama Shakes took the stage at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion for a sold out concert on Friday, and proceeded to shake Boston to it’s roots with their particular brand of bluesy-funk. The songs brought the audience to it’s feet in a raucous show filled with lead […]

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Gallery: Blondie at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

Gallery: Blondie at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

July 30, 2017 – Blondie, fronted by the one and only Debbie Harry, played a once in a lifetime show at the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion last night! Garbage and Deap Vally, pictures in the gallery, joined as part of The Rage and Rapture Tour. Rock on, Goddesses. Photos by […]

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The Short List: FRB Staff Concert Picks of the Week (July 29 – August 5)

The Short List: FRB Staff Concert Picks of the Week (July 29 – August 5)

Each week, Front Row Boston’s staff gives you our Short List: the bands and musicians in and around town we think you should hear. Saturday, 7/29 — Eddie Japan Record Release at Great Scott Local favorites Eddie Japan have been making all the right moves for the past five years – […]

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Primus' new album is titled Primus

The Short List: FRB Staff Concert Picks of the Week (July 23-29)

Each week, Front Row Boston’s staff gives you our Short List: the bands and musicians in and around town we think you should hear. Sunday, 7/23 — Primus at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion While you may know that we’re big fans of Les Claypool – check out our full set of The […]

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Wolf Alice. (Photo by: Emily Cheng, courtesy of RCA.)

The Short List: FRB Staff Concert Picks of the Week (July 9-15)

Each week, Front Row Boston’s staff gives you our Short List: the bands and musicians in and around town we think you should hear. Monday, 7/10 — Wolf Alice at Great Scott Wolf Alice are back at it and have cobbled together a U.S. tour in support of their upcoming release Visions of […]

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Jason Isbell: Live at House of Blues

The Short List: FRB Staff Concert Picks of the Week (June 24-July 1)

Each week, Front Row Boston’s staff gives you our Short List: the bands and musicians in and around town we think you should hear. Saturday, 6/24 – Imelda May at the Paradise Rock Club Imelda May has set her notable 50’s rockabilly sound aside for a moment to reflect on the end of her 18-year […]

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The Short List: FRB Staff Concert Picks of the Week (July 30-August 5)

The Short List: FRB Staff Concert Picks of the Week (July 30-August 5)

Each week, Front Row Boston’s staff gives you our Short List: the bands and musicians in and around town we think you should hear. Saturday, 7/30 – White Lung – Brighton Music Hall Led by veterate rocker and writer Mish Barber-Way, White Lung forges forward with fearless takes on sexual politics in punk. The Canadian […]

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A Career in a Concert: Paul Simon at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

A Career in a Concert: Paul Simon at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

A couple of weeks ago, I watched a 60’s folk concert on PBS called, “My Music: This Land Is Your Land.” The show was hosted by the Smothers Brothers and featured folk revival staples like the Kingston Trio, Judy Collins, Roger McGuinn of the Byrds, and others. Although the musicians […]

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