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Performance Review :: Lea DeLaria: Not Necessarily Love Songs

By Marcus Scott | Feb 9
Legendary comic, Broadway baby, jazz singer and "Orange Is The New Black Star," Lea DeLaria makes you fall head over heels in love with her all over again at Lincoln Center.

Performance Review :: Billy Idol

By James Nadeau | Feb 3
There are certain musical figures that retain their iconic status long after they have left their place in pop culture. One of these is Billy Idol who showed Boston audiences why he deserves that status this past Saturday night at the Orpheum.

Performance Review :: Marilyn Manson @ the House of Blues

By James Nadeau | Jan 30
To see Marilyn Manson perform in an "intimate" setting like the House of Blues without the accompanying props and bells and whistles was an opportunity I was eager for.

Theatre Review :: The Merry Widow

By Jonathan Leaf | Jan 23
The Met's new production of "The Merry Widow" runs through May 7 at the Metropolitan Opera House in Lincoln Center.

Performance Review :: Music Review: Seether & Papa Roach @ HOB/Boston

By James Nadeau | Jan 21
It was a surprisingly full house on Sunday night for the Seether/Papa Roach show at the House of Blues on Sunday night. Surprising not due to the music or venue, but the fact that the Patriots were playing the AFC Championship game that night.

CD Review :: Title

By JC Alvarez | Jan 19
Pop's newest "tartlett" Meghan Trainor proves she's more than just all about the bass on "Title" - the first full-length confection from this plus-talented artist! Watch her lips (and hips) move to the top of your playlist!

CD Review :: La Vendetta...

By EDGE | Jan 5
Railing against police brutality, nuclear disaster, and Bush-era politics, while advocating peaceful ends and yelling about the struggles of love, the lyrical content of this album is as varied as the band's own 35 year career.

CD Review :: Masterpieces in Miniature

By Philip Campbell | Dec 27
Playing it through from start to finish, especially at full volume, might emphasize the still disjointed nature of the different tracks, but the editors have carefully paced the disc.

CD Review :: The Telephone - Ou l'amour a trois

By Steven Bergman | Dec 23
An enjoyable snippet of repertoire from one of America's most appreciated Italian composers.

CD Review :: Miami Grands

By Steven Bergman | Dec 8
The latest release from composer Michael Torke is a pianistic exploration through South Florida during the course of a single day.

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