Charley RuddellNovember 29, 2018 07:34 PM
Grand Ideas, Rock Wizards, And The Silent Scorn Of Van Morrison: The Inspiring Dumb Confidence Of Ryan H. WalshJamaica Plain is dreamy in the rain. The gray sky in late summer accentuates the greens and blues of Jamaica Pond. The white and red brick apartments across Jamaicaway loom over the pond with a gentle confidence. Most of them are three story buildings with pretty balconies; shades of indigo and yellow florals pop in the sky. There’s a zesty, fresh taste to the Jamaica Plain air, certainly the purest in all of Boston. It’s unlike any other neighborhood in the city, and it's an idyllic place for a creative.
Reginauld WilliamsNovember 4, 2018 03:32 PM
Sam Trump: A Major Win For The Music MovementHailing from Houston, TX originally, Sam Trump is a man in the midst of a creative evolution. The scope of his artistry includes not only being a multi-instrumentalist, but also a full-time performing, recording, teaching artist and singer/songwriter. His passion for music spans a nearly three-decade career in the pursuit of a calling that brings great joy to his life.
Stacy BuchananSeptember 26, 2018 01:39 PM
'Here & Now' — How Letters To Cleo Turned A Coffee Table Book Into An Iconic 90s SongAn oral history of the Boston alt-rocker's hit tune, and their debut album Aurora Gory Alice.
August 28, 2018 08:28 AM
Belly Is Back, And Coming To WGBH In OctoberThe New England-born trailblazers of the early 90s will join us for a very special Front Row Boston: Live in Fraser on 10/2.
Stacy BuchananAugust 23, 2018 02:49 PM
‘Star’ — How An Album, Destined For The Breeders, Shot Alt-Rock Band Belly Into StardomThe oral history of Belly's debut album Star.
Hannah CaseyAugust 15, 2018 08:49 AM
Bands You Should Know — AnjimileThe singer/songwriter talks about finding inspiration, playing shows, and the QTPOC music community in Boston.
Donald JamesAugust 14, 2018 10:12 AM
Will Dailey Wants To Reconnect Audiences To Music, And Boston To Its Music CommunityWith the release of Golden Walker, and a new partnership with the Red Sox, the local artist is committed to connecting audiences to music through communication and reimagined performance opportunities.
Stacy BuchananAugust 8, 2018 11:53 AM
'Become What You Are' — How An Album, Born Out Of Boston’s Early 90s Music Scene, Became A Gen-X AnthemAn oral history of Juliana Hatfield Three's first studio album.
Donald JamesJuly 12, 2018 09:49 PM
Adult Friendly Concerts For Kids Are Now A Thing In BostonThe Rock and Roll Playhouse live music experience gives children the opportunity to connect with the music, and their parents' musical tastes.
May 27, 2018 06:50 PM
Leikeli47 Has A New Album Coming This SummerThe artist talks about her new album Acrylic, coming this summer, and plans to work with Pussy Riot again.
May 26, 2018 03:17 PM
It's All Politics With Pussy Riot (And We Don't Want It Any Other Way)Nadya Tolokonnikova doesn't have time to make albums and cut record deals. She, and her politically-driven punk band Pussy Riot, are too busy making sure that we're all aware that stuff's messed up in the world.
May 26, 2018 11:41 AM
Charly Bliss — Mixing Music With Politics To Raise MoneyEva Hendricks and Dan Shure from Charly Bliss talk about "Turd", proceeding their performance at the Boston Calling Music Festival.
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