Annie Hoffman is a double success story in the Boston music scene. She is the bass player for the hugely popular, highly in demand band The Field Effect. The young lady is also making her mark as a skillful sound engineer at Zippah Recording Studios in Brighton, Massachusetts. Zippah is booked for the next several weeks with artists looking to record music, and The Field Effect recently won a Song Of The Year award at Boston Music Awards.
Karen DeBiasse has been fronting her hard rocking Girl On Top band for several years now. Picking up more gigs of late, Girl On Top will be playing a gig this Friday night to benefit the Aids Action Committee. Her band will play from 7:00 to 7:30 p.m. this Friday, February 28, at T.T. The […]
Shana Stack Band is on a roll. The three year old country music band from Keene, New Hampshire has already released three albums of original music and they’ve received awards from Granite State and Nashville organizations.
Kendall Bush brought her new band Mama Love And The Wicked Sons to the Wantu Blues Jam at The Village Trestle in Goffstown, New Hampshire a few hours ago. Bush rocked the microphone with four selections from her upcoming debut live gig at Boondocks Tavern & Country Grill this Saturday night in Weare, New Hampshire. Boondocks is just a few miles up 114 North from the Trestle.
The Ultrasonic Rock Orchestra held the first of three concerts to commemorate their tenth year since starting their classic rock tribute series. Aside from their usual selections from Led Zeppelin, Queen, and The Beatles, the URO also played songs from The Who’s Quadrophenia album and a couple songs by bands from Boston to showcase what they have planned for their next two 10th anniversary concerts. URO also threw in their original song “Child, Thy Name Is Rock” as well as AC/DC’s “Long Way To The Top,” complete with an electric bagpipe player.