Category Archives: Music

Chris Isaak at Wilbur in Boston

Chris Isaak came into Boston, at the Wilbur, this month. He always puts on a terrific show, and seems to have a bit of fun while doing so. Great showman, and a terrific musician. Catch him if you can. You … Continue reading

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Dave Mason at the Blue Ocean Music Hall November 2016

Dave Mason came to the Blue Ocean Music Hall last year in November, and did the entire Alone Together album, plus some other goodies. Really good show by Dave, who can still let it rip. I know there is still … Continue reading

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Beth Hart at the Wilbur in Boston

Had an opportunity to see Beth Hart at the Wilbur in Boston on Thursday February 23, 2017, and it was a sensational show. It was my first chance to see her live, and she did not disappoint. She had some … Continue reading

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Tedeschi Trucks and Jorma Kick It on “Key to the Highway”

I had the opportunity to get into the Orpheum on December 1 to see Tedeschi-Trucks on the first of a three night stand in Boston. My third time seeing them, and this one was was the best of the three. … Continue reading

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Goodbye Keith Emerson

It has been somewhat fashionable to kick the stuffing out of Emerson, Lake & Palmer these days, but I have to admit that I still count myself as a fan. With the news of the death of Keith Emerson a … Continue reading

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First Aid Kit- Music from Krugman????

Much to the chagrin of my more conservative friends I not only read Paul Krugman’s New York Times column but his blog as well. Krugman, on his blog, highlights some musical selections that he enjoys on Friday nights. I must … Continue reading

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Remembering George Harrison

Today is the anniversary of the death of George Harrison, the Beatle who was maybe the lowest key individual in the band, but certainly had a unique talent. Harrison came truly into his own as a solo artist, as he … Continue reading

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