A singer and songwriter who has stubbornly (and joyfully) followed his muse in a career that began in the early ’70s as leader of the punk rock band Modern Lovers, Jonathan Richman‘s solo career as an acoustic balladeer, is known for passionate tunes in Spanish as often as in English and purposefully naive music that […]
New England’s favorite blues man Albert Cummings’ power trio – featuring Scot Sutherland on bass and Warren Grant returns to The Egg bringing a barrage of guitar pyrotechnics –effortlessly shifting from raucous roadhouse raunch to soaring stinging lead lines to subdued stylings as heard on their most recent recording TEN.
The Jayhawks‘ shimmering blend of folk, roots and bar band rock made them one of the most widely acclaimed artists to emerge from the alt-country scene of the ’80s. Led by singer/songwriter Gary Louris and with over a dozen albums to their credit, The Jayhawks continue to be one of Americana’s top bands on the […]
Jim Messina’s legacy spans five decades and three super groups – Buffalo Springfield, Poco and Loggins & Messina performs a career retrospective featuring classics such as “Your Mama Don’t Dance,” “Angry Eyes,” “Kind Woman,” “You Better Think Twice” and many more.
A virtuosic guitarist and vocalist with astonishing range with a gift for insightful songwriting, Molly Tuttle arrives with multiple awards from the International Bluegrass and Americana Music Associations and her critically acclaimed recordings – including her latest – “City of Gold” – accompanied by her band, Golden Highway on their “Next Rodeo Tour.”. Chatham Rabbits […]