Category Archives: Music

Saturday night video: Annie Lenox

Annie Lenox remakes ‘Summertime’ in her forthcoming album, Nostalgia, which will be released later this month on Oct 21.

Saturday night video: Erasure

Since Erasure is in Boston tonight on their Violet Flame Tour I thought I’d play a classic Erasure song.  Have a great time if you are heading to see these guys tonight. They put on a great show.

Nicki Minaj video dubbed with farts

Juvenile, crass, rude – yes, but it still makes me laugh.  Checkout this new Nicki Minaj video dubbed with only farts. Apparently no matter how old I get, there remains an 8 year old boy in me.  In all fairness, it does significantly improve Ms. Minaj’s music.

Erasure Violet Flame Tour in Boston Saturday

Erasure at House of Blues BostonHouse of Blues in Boston Saturday, September 27

Erasure’s Violet Flame Tour comes to Boston on Saturday.  While I don’t have their latest CD / MP3 or whatever people are now calling “albums”, I remember seeing them a few years back on the True Colors Tour and they were fantastic.  For more information about the tour visit or you can buy tickets here.

Here is a video of one of my favorite Erasure songs.

Paloma Faith tickets give away for Sept 29

Paloma FaithWin a pair of tickets to see singer-songwriter Paloma Faith in Cambridge, MA on Monday, Sept. 29th, downstairs at the Middle East, and a copy of her new album A PERFECT CONTRADICTION, featuring her  hit single “Only Love Can Hurt Like This.”  
If you’d like to win the two free tickets to see Palomo Faith in Cambridge on Monday, September 29th Tweet @BosGuy and @PalomaFaith the following on Twitter. 

Hey @BosGuy I want those two FREE tickets to see the @PalomaFaith show @MidEastClub on Monday, 9/29.

Every Tweet sent between today and Wednesday, Sept. 24 at 5:00 PM will  enter you in a drawing to win the free tickets and album.  The more you Tweet – the better chance you have of winning.


Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival

Berklee Jazz Music festival in BostonThe Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival – Boston’s biggest block party – takes place in the South End  Saturday, September 27, from 12 – 6 on Columbus Avenue between Massachusetts Avenue and Burke Street.

The outdoor performances are open to the public and free of charge.  This is one of my favorite neighborhood events because the music is always great and the crowd is very friendly.

Prince fans from the 1980s might be happy to know that one of his proteges, Sheila E, is among the many performers playing on the Natixis Stage.  You can catch her set at 5PM.

Never been? Mark it in your calendar and check it out.  The price is right and the entertainment is great.

Saturday night video

Varla Jean Merman’s take on School House Rock; quite educational and entertaining. Not safe for work but it is hysterical.