“Avenging Annie” was all over the airwaves in the early 1970s. It had “hit” written all over it. There wasn’t another tune quite like it and it seems like it’s had the staying power to remain in the hearts of all music fans who loved it back then. The musician behind the song—Andy Pratt—is still making great music. He’s recorded many CDs over the years and has played selected gigs. Rolling Stone said of Andy: “By reviving the dream of rock as an art and then…Continue
Posted on December 1, 2013 at 5:00pm
Willie Alexander. I go way back with his music—back to the days when you’d find me at punk and rock clubs more often than you’d find me at a coffeehouse. And who would imagine that a few decades down the road that the twain would meet at the me&thee in Marblehead?
Willie’s contribution to the Boston music scene is legendary. From The Lost to the Boom Boom Band to The Confessions. Willie was inducted into the Boston Hall of Fame in 1987—the same year as The Cars. One…Continue
Posted on December 1, 2013 at 3:00pm
Chelsea Berry is one of the jewels of the Cape Ann music scene. Chelsea hails from Alaska but has made Massachusetts her home since her Berklee days. The music that Chelsea presents on stage and on her recordings is eclectic. She can mesmerize the audience with spine-tingling a cappella tunes and she can rock out with a full band, playing with gleeful abandon.
You are a classically trained singer. What caused the shift to the “other side”?
Posted on November 29, 2013 at 11:30am
T Max is a musician, a graphic designer, an editor and a publisher and so much more. He’s one of the most vocal proselytizers of the New England music scene who has ever lived. Yes, he’s a force of nature. Musicians and music fans alike should be thankful that he spends every waking hour either making music or telling the world about the music that he’s discovered or rediscovered.
To learn a little bit more about TMax, visit this…Continue
Posted on November 24, 2013 at 3:30pm