This month Billy Corgan returns to us—or rather, he comes home to debut yet another transparent transformation, this time as “William Patrick Corgan”—for a two-part concert.
Among the offerings in music this month, there’s a punk a capella group and the sounds of seventies pop.
Sir John Eliot Gardiner, his Monteverdi Choir and the English Baroque Soloists, perform all three of Monteverdi’s surviving operas at Harris Theater.
These guys are just so freaking happy to be playing rock ’n’ roll.
Maybe you don’t need one, but a gorgeous emotional catharsis never hurt anybody, and Crowder damn well delivers.
“Riot Mike” Petryshyn and his organization have always stayed true to their punk-rock roots, but each year they’ve also expanded the musical palette to include acts outside that generously defined genre, and this year is exemplary in terms of including not only other styles of rock, but hip-hop too.