Ruby Rose Fox sang her heart out at The Sinclair for the Boston Music Awards. It’s what this “Female Vocalist of the Year” and “Pop Artist of the Year” does every time she gets on stage.
Will Dailey is an electric performer. This perennial Boston Music Awards nominee took home the “Male Vocalist of the Year” award at The Sinclair.
Abbie Barrett and her band entertained the late crowd at the Q Division/Concerted Efforts/Moontower Holiday Party. Abbie is so talented, Brendan Boogie performed a song about how she makes Christmas wonderful.*
* At least that’s what he should have done.
Will Dailey had a big year. He brought a big band to the small confines of the Q Division/Concerted Efforts/Moontower Holiday Party for a memorable set.
Cujo made a great big rockin’ noise at the Q Division/Concerted Efforts/Moontower Holiday Party.
Will Dailey closed out the final Rock-n-Romp of the season. This guy is loaded with talent. I want to say he’s a natural up on stage, but I suspect there’s a lot of hard work involved, too. Will and his band engaged young and not-so-young alike with heartfelt tunes* and an easy going way.
* Including a smooth cover of “I Would Die 4 U.”
Hey, that Will Dailey sure can play guitar. And sing. And write songs. And find great players to play with. I think he’s onto something. You probably already knew that. Will and his band closed out a night at TT’s to benefit Revolution of Hope that was organized by Ryan’s Smashing Life and Boston Tweet.