A band climbing out of a van to headline The Sinclair? There’s little special about that – except that when Wire does it this month, it’ll mark 40 years since the band got its start.
Morningbird looks like any other twentysomething indie band. It’s the infusion of classic rock in its sound that makes it stand out.
Diet Cig isn’t coming to town on its current tour behind the album “Swear I’m Good At This,” but the New York duo has worked its way around to making a video for the song “Harvard,” from the 2015 EP “Over Easy.”
Revered blues guitarist and singer-songwriter Joe Louis Walker comes to Regattabar on Friday, one of his first stops since returning to the United States from an international tour.
The first single off the Bill Murray album will blow your mind – and if that sentence confuses but excites you, you need to stream or download the first side of “Ill Murray,” a danceable mashup that mines every bit of Bill Murray dialogue and singing back to the 1970s.
Central Square’s new club, Sonia, will open March 31 with performances by Boston rock bands Doomlover, CreatuoS, Aüva and Bad Boys Club, the owners announced at a Tuesday afternoon unveiling.
The stunning, haunting music of Gaelynn Lea can be appreciated live Thursday at Passim in Harvard Square, as the winner of last year’s Tiny Desk Contest from NPR Music embarks on her second national tour.
A festival of South Asian music and arts is among three Cambridge recipients of Passim Iguana Music Fund grants for 2017 – the Hindie Rock Fest, along with Venezuelan-Moroccan-American composer and vocalist Miriam Elhajli and Klezmer performer Nat Seelen.
The upcoming 77th season of Cambridge-based Masterworks Chorale will be led by three guest conductors – one of whom will go on to be the Chorale’s next music director.
The summer season at Magazine Beach Park kicks off Tuesday with Make Music Boston, a free three-hour music festival.