Category Archives: Music

Ab Soto: Cha Cha Bitch

Ab Soto is a queer artist who first came to my attention earlier this week in an article I read on HuffPost Gay and since watching this video I can’t get it out of my head.  He clearly has a flair for eye-catching fashion and has more wardrobe changes than a Taylor Swift video.  Check this out and get your cha cha on.

Together Boston Festival May 10 – 17

music festival BostonTogether Boston, a festival now in its sixth year, brings together Boston’s underground music community this week.  In addition to parties you can attend demos, meetups and lectures centered around the three disciplines: music, art and technology.   The point of this festival is twofold: first to have fun and come together; second, to draw attention to the gifted and creative economy in and around Boston nightlife.


DJ Nate Bluhm, BegbickOn Saturday check out the festival’s biggest event CONTROVERSY x TOGETHER with local DJ Begbick and Mike Q, an internationally known DJ & one of the most famous producers of Ballroom Vogue Beats. DJs Begbick and Mike Q will be joined by live performances by Phunk Phenomenon, Boston’s most acclaimed hip-hop dance crew.


Gridlock proves to be an excellent stage for Tinashe

Do you have to deal with terrible traffic on your commute to and from work? Check out how Tinashe dealt with gridlock in the Queens Midtown Tunnel a few years ago. I love it and her.

Bernadette Peters comes to Ptown July 19th

Ptown, Provincetown, Crown and AnchorTony and Grammy Award winner Bernadette Peters makes her Provincetown debut this summer for one performance only at Town Hall Auditorium.

First class & preferred seats can be purchased either on the floor or balcony. More information about the performance and to purchase tickets link here.

Saturday night video from Postmodern Jukebox

Once again my Saturday night video features Postmodern Jukebox.  I love their cover of Radiohead’s song, Creep, which they released early last month.  The sultry voice is courtesy of Haley Reinhart – enjoy and have a pleasant Saturday.

Well-Strung new show “Summer Lovin” in Ptown

Ptown, Chris Marchant,  Edmund Bagnell, Daniel Shevlin, Trevor Wadleigh , Art HouseWell-Strung, everyones favorite singing string quartet returns to Provincetown this summer with an all new show entitled, Summer Lovin’ directed by Richard Jay-Alexander.  Members of Well-Strung include Edmund Bagnell (first violin), Christopher Marchant (second violin), Daniel Shevlin (cello) and Trevor Wadleigh (viola). Music arrangements are by Well-Strung and Bruce Carter.

If you are visiting Provincetown this summer, be sure to pick up tickets to this talented quartet.

Tickets to see Well-Strung in Provincetown

32nd MayFair music festival returns to Harvard Square Sunday, May 3rd

The 32nd Annual MayFair Sunday, May 3rd, 2015 from 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

The 32nd Annual MayFair
Sunday, May 3rd, 2015 from 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Boston has a long, proud history of churning out really excellent bands.  Some have gone on to enjoy significant commercial success and many others have gone on to have long, successful careers outside of the mainstream.  Part of the reason so many bands come to Boston is our city’s embrace of music in all its forms.  Next weekend is a good example of what I’m talking about.

Sunday, May 3rd is the 32nd Annual MayFair festival in Harvard Square.  This free, all day event includes an impressive line up of some of Boston’s favorite local acts including The Sheila Divine, Freezepop, Bent Shapes, M’Bolo, Air Traffic Controller, Hallelujah The Hills, Grey Season, the Luxury, Vundabar, Funeral Advantage, Parks, and the Novel Ideas.  All twelve bands will play on two different stages between 12PM and 6PM while various vendors and events take place in Harvard Square. The event is free and open to the public. ​​