The Pixies and Weezer stopped by Foxwood’s Grand Theater last week on their world tour.
Disturbed swung by the Mohegan Sun Arena last Saturday to tour in support of their new Album, Evolved.
Every once in a while, a new band comes up in my recommended list on Spotify.
Photos and Review by Jeff Palmucci Show photos HERE Big Bad Voodoo Daddy swung by the Cabot last week for their Wild and Swingin’ Holiday Party. Billed as “the most widespread Holiday Tour they’ve ever done,” the show features gobs of swinging holiday music. The Cabot is an interesting venue with a long history that […]
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This is it. The farewell tour. This is the last chance you’ll have to see Lynyrd Skynyrd. Ever.
Theory of a Deadman swung by the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom last week to play a sold out show.
It was a night for reliving my youth last week at the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion.
Foreigner and Whitesnake played the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion last week to a pretty packed house.
Steel Panther played the House of Blues last week, giving those in attendance a chance to get in touch with their deep feelings and their softer, more sensitive sides.
The lyric above is from the third song on the very first They Might Be Giants album, all the way back in 1986.
Photos and Review by Jeff Palmucci Galleries: Dropkick Murphys, Agnostic Front Is there anything better to do on St Patrick’s Day than to spend it at the House of Blues seeing Dropkick Murphys? No, there isn’t. I should know. This is my second time covering the St. Patrick’s Day show in a row. Unfortunately, I […]