As Boston drops out of the running to host the 2024 Olympics, Los Angeles finds itself as a possible frontrunner to host the games for the third time.
Forget Super Bowl XLIX, the real match-up is between musical legacies. Representatives from Seattle station KZOK and Boston’s WZLX argue which city has better music.
Our August #BFF of the month, Evie, is a sassy creature. (Read all the way to the bottom of this post). We’re not sure why she likes us so much, we’re so dorky, but she […]
By Carlos Delgado The glory days of the Lakers seem like a long, long time ago and frankly, they don’t look like they’ll be returning anytime soon. But don’t think that the current 6 game […]
“I work mostly alone, and I try an enormous amount of ideas. 99% of what I record in the studio, nobody else hears.”
After more than a decade of production, Boston‘s new album Life, Love & Hope is ready for its December 3 release. Opening track “Heaven on Earth” is now available on YouTube and audio previews of […]
Life is tough for Boston founding member Tom Scholz these days. Already embroiled in a legal dispute over the ownership of his band’s songs, he has lost in his attempt to sue the Boston Herald […]
Neil Diamond is continuing to show his support for Boston Marathon bombing victims, this time with a new song benefiting charities One Fund Boston and the Wounded Warrior Project. “Freedom Song (They’ll Never Take Us […]
To say there was massive interest in the concert thrown to benefit The One Fund Boston, which raises funds for the victims of the Boston Marathon Bombings, would be an understatement. When the show went […]
TONIGHT: Aerosmith, J. Geils Band, Carole King, James Taylor, Jimmy Buffett Play Boston Strong Concert
Tonight, a number of classic rock legends (and a few other artists) will perform at an all-star concert to benefit the victims of the Boston bombing. As previously reported, Aerosmith, Jimmy Buffett, Extreme, Godsmack, the J. […]