Few things are more insulting to fans than when artists cancel shows because of "scheduling conflicts," which almost always have less to do with schedules than with bottom lines. Typically when artists bail out of scheduled shows, it's because the show either wasn't selling or the artist received a more lucrative offer to perform elsewhere. Either way, it's a slap in the face of small-market fans�...
“Shepherd Express? Is that a fast herd of sheep or something,” asks Dick Chudnow, who co-founded ComedySportz with Bob Orvis in 1984. Orvis recalls those early days: “We’d go out and people hadn’t even seen
When it came to writing the follow-up to their DIY album Take the Kids Off Broadway, Sam France
and Jonathan Rado of the California band Foxygen didn’t have to search too long
to find inspiration. The duo experienced a fury of creativity long before they
headed to the studio. That’s
Indie-rock veterans Built to Spill will return to the Turner Hall Ballroom on Friday, November 15, the venue announced this morning. They last played the ballroom in 2010, when they were touring behind their latest album, 2009's There is No Enemy. The band had been fairly quiet in the years since, taking a rare break from the road before announcing a new lineup this year. Longtime drummer Scott Pl...
Present Music closed its season with a program
of thrilling compositions and sensational performances. “Multitude” was a good concert title
since even Derek Johnson, alone with his electric guitar on the Turner Hall
Brahms may not have been the most enterprising
of composers. The first of his four symphonies was 20 years in the making,
a gestation period culminating in an initial performance in 1876 when the
composer was 44 years
The Grand Avenue Club (GAC) strives to provide adults affected by mental illness with a variety of opportunities to build community and engage in productive educational and work experiences. Painter Colleen Shoop-Kassner