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The Short List: FRB Staff Concert Picks of the Week (September 3 – 9)

The Short List: FRB Staff Concert Picks of the Week (September 3 – 9)

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. Wednesday, 9/6 — Kevin Morby at The Sinclair We’ve been digging Kevin Morby since catching up with him at Boston Calling this year, and are fans of […]

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Watch: Kevin Morby – Live at Boston Calling

Watch: Kevin Morby – Live at Boston Calling

May 27, 2017 – Kevin Morby kicks things off on the Green Stage, Day 2, Boston Calling Music Festival held on Harvard University’s athletic fields in Allston, MA. We got a chance to talk with Kevin just after his set about playing festivals, his favorite guitarists, and more. Video Credits: Greg Shea – Producer/Director/Camera/Editor Bill Winn […]

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Watch: Kevin Morby – I Have Been to the Mountain

Watch: Kevin Morby – I Have Been to the Mountain

May 27, 2017 – Kevin Morby performs “I Have Been to the Mountain” live on the Green Stage, Day 2, Boston Calling Music Festival held on Harvard University’s athletic fields in Allston, MA. Video Credits: Greg Shea – Producer/Director/Camera/Editor Bill Winn – Recorded & Mixed by Joe Tooley – Record Engineer Jess Barnthouse – Camera […]

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Watch: Kevin Morby – Dorothy

Watch: Kevin Morby – Dorothy

May 27, 2017 – Kevin Morby performs “Dorothy” live on the Green Stage, Day 2, Boston Calling Music Festival held on Harvard University’s athletic fields in Allston, MA. Video Credits: Greg Shea – Producer/Director/Camera/Editor Bill Winn – Recorded & Mixed by Joe Tooley – Record Engineer Jess Barnthouse – Camera Sean Shore – Camera Hannah […]

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Watch: Kevin Morby – Harlem River

Watch: Kevin Morby – Harlem River

May 27, 2017 – Kevin Morby performs “Harlem River” live on the Green Stage, Day 2, Boston Calling Music Festival held on Harvard University’s athletic fields in Allston, MA. Video Credits: Greg Shea – Producer/Director/Camera/Editor Bill Winn – Recorded & Mixed by Joe Tooley – Record Engineer Jess Barnthouse – Camera Sean Shore – Camera […]

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Watch: Kevin Morby – Destroyer

Watch: Kevin Morby – Destroyer

May 27, 2017 – Kevin Morby performs “Destroyer” live on the Green Stage, Day 2, Boston Calling Music Festival held on Harvard University’s athletic fields in Allston, MA. Video Credits: Greg Shea – Producer/Director/Camera/Editor Bill Winn – Recorded & Mixed by Joe Tooley – Record Engineer Jess Barnthouse – Camera Sean Shore – Camera Hannah […]

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Watch: Kevin Morby – Crybaby

Watch: Kevin Morby – Crybaby

May 27, 2017 – Kevin Morby performs “Crybaby” live on the Green Stage, Day 2, Boston Calling Music Festival held on Harvard University’s athletic fields in Allston, MA. Video Credits: Greg Shea – Producer/Director/Camera/Editor Bill Winn – Recorded & Mixed by Joe Tooley – Record Engineer Jess Barnthouse – Camera Sean Shore – Camera Hannah […]

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Watch: Kevin Morby – City Music

Watch: Kevin Morby – City Music

May 27, 2017 – Kevin Morby performs “City Music” live on the Green Stage, Day 2, Boston Calling Music Festival held on Harvard University’s athletic fields in Allston, MA. Video Credits: Greg Shea – Producer/Director/Camera/Editor Bill Winn – Recorded & Mixed by Joe Tooley – Record Engineer Jess Barnthouse – Camera Sean Shore – Camera […]

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Watch: Kevin Morby – 1234

Watch: Kevin Morby – 1234

May 27, 2017 – Kevin Morby performs “1234” live on the Green Stage, Day 2, Boston Calling Music Festival held on Harvard University’s athletic fields in Allston, MA. Video Credits: Greg Shea – Producer/Director/Camera/Editor Bill Winn – Recorded & Mixed by Joe Tooley – Record Engineer Jess Barnthouse – Camera […]

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What’s the Last Song You Want to Hear?

What’s the Last Song You Want to Hear?

During our time at Boston Calling, we asked all of the artists an important question: “what is the last song you would want to hear?” The answers ranged from the sublime to… well, the really, really ridiculous. Take a look at what some of our favorite music-makers would like to hear […]

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