The final broadcast of “Rockin’ At Night” with Peter Sheinfeld is tonight, serving up the last dose of “obscure oldies, doo-wop, novelty, rockabilly, jump blues and obscure rock” from the music expert, taxi owner and election commissioner who died Monday.
Niki Luparelli, who’s perfected such tributes with the music of David Bowie, Led Zeppelin, Madonna and Prince, brings to Oberon with her not just the music of Blondie, The Ramones and Talking Heads, but top burlesque dancers and comedian Ken Reid.
Fans of Ratatat should know that Tortoise was there first – and that the Chicago quintet is in town Tuesday to show how it’s done, along with power opener E.
A duo called Gun Mother has given birth to three gorgeous demo tracks to stream, all in a moody folk vein.
In addition to an extensive talk about Bowie’s importance as a musician and muse, Walter Sickert talks about the origins, meaning and growth of his own dark performance art band and how it won an opener gig with Amanda Palmer on a 2008 international tour.
More than $40,000 was awarded Tuesday in Passim’s eighth annual Iguana Music Grants, funding the work of 25 musicians and projects.
Passim has extended its applications for its latest Iguana Music Fund grants to Thursday. The original deadline was Oct. 15. The grants – started in 2008 with the help of an […]
Central Square is getting a music venue to replace the closed T.T. the Bear’s Place, albeit one that will at least temporarily serve up its bands without also serving up beer, wine or booze.
Singer-songwriter Peter Mulvey plans to play a marathon 12-hour Sunday set on the streets of Harvard Square – or, more specifically, a dozen 45-minute sets stretching from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Passim has opened applications for it latest Iguana Music Fund grants, setting the deadline at Oct. 15. To date, nearly $250,000 has been awarded; in the most recent round of grants, $45,924 was awarded by the fund to 25 artists.