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.
Ruby Rose Fox and her band wowed the party-goers assembled for the Q Division/Concerted Efforts/Moontower Holiday Party. Even with a short set, she always leaves her mark.
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.
Are you a fan of well-crafted songs and endearing stage banter? Perhaps you should spend some time with Peter Buzzelle. He opened a night at The Lizard with a charming set to celebrate the release of his new EP.
Good golly, Parks, you are one fine musical group. I’d write a gushing review of your show at The Sinclair for WERS’ 65th Anniversary, but I’ve only got a couple of minutes. I’d rather spend them pre-ordering your record.
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I hinted at it after their show at The Middle East Downstairs and I’ll say it clearly now: Parlour Bells’ new material is sounding tr… tr.. tr… What’s the word I’m looking for? Oh, right. Truly fantastic.
Hey, Parks! We need to talk. Remember, during the snowstorm, when you played “Holiday Road” and it was stuck in my head for weeks? Well, I just got it out and you go and play it again? At least I’ve got “Sweater Weather” and “Modern Fiction” in there, too. Anyway, it looks like the good word about Rock-n-Romp is getting out. January’s edition sold out, with Parks dispensing musical earworms to the crowd of all ages.