If I had to choose twenty desert island albums from my collection of nearly 500 vocalist recordings, Broadway and television star Cheyenne Jackson's latest recording, "Renaissance," would be among them.
Whether in duets or solos, Alice Ripley and Emily Skinner sing the crap out of their music.
It was evident at Saturday night's Whitesnake concert at Boston's House of Blues that the 70s-era metal band still know how to put on a show.
There are those iconic performers that you just have to see live at least once in your life. Paul Simon is one of those people.
Feel that fiddle of this experimental music feast from the duo known as FDLER. Their debut album combines elements of dance, electronica and Celtic rhythms for a uniquely euphoric experience.
The band's ninth studio album is certainly upbeat and celebratory, but it lacks some of the punch of their earlier work.
We are lucky that The Cure consistently come to Boston. According to their press release the tour will feature "37 years of Cure songs, mixing hits, rarities, favourites, and unreleased tracks." And boy did they.
Dolly Parton's 'Pure & Simple' Tour, on a national tour through December, may be the ultimate Dolly experience.
Relative pop newbie Ellie Goulding came to Boston's TD Garden last week. For her to tackle this kind of performance event says a lot about her chutzpah and perhaps the financial support behind her.
When it comes to the term "chestnut," few musicals fit this description as well as this Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick musical.