I was on green liquids this set. #lysergicfactory #lightshow #newhighwayhymnal #concert #greatscott #newyears #NYE #allston #boston (at Great Scott)
#lysergicfactory #lightshow #greatscott #allston #boston #concert #NYE (at Great Scott)
#lysergicfactory #lightshow #concert #mmoss #greatscott #allston #boston (at Great Scott)
Last Monday, Aerosmith played in front of a Boston apartment where they once lived in the early 1970’s. They arrived via a caravan of seven duck boats, had a quick commemoration ceremony at 1325 Commonwealth, and belted out a short set in front of thousands of fans. The band, was celebrating the…
Woke up to helicopters this morning. Aerosmith played a free concert smack dab in front of my apartment! Allston = prime real estate today.
Aerosmith rocked the show!!!
#allston #1325commave #concert #vote
Beneath the Joshua tree #aerosmith #allston #joshuatree #steventyler #boston #concert #live #steven_tyler
My friend here lives in Allston. Last night his car got towed because of the Aerosmith concert that’s apparently happening today.
Our Boston US YOU ALL WE release party is TOMORROW at STORE 54!
Space is EXTREMELY LIMITED so get there early (it’s already about 60% sold out) for free Boloco and other goodies! Doors are at 8pm, the wonderful Lady Bones goes on at 9.
If you can’t make it early, we recommend that you reserve your space by pre-ordering tickets from http://usyouallweboston.eventbrite.com !
See ya there!
Around 11 p.m. yesterday evening, four young women, standing almost completely stoic, took the stage last night at Boston’s Brighton Music Hall. Clad in all black, save for the lead singer’s bleach blonde hair, the group stood silently for a few seconds, taking in the crowd that braved the cold weather to watch them perform. In what seemed like an instant, the once stoic group, with the first strum of guitar, suddenly flipped a switch and captivated an entire crowd. These four women are collectively known as the Dum Dum Girls.
Angus Stone at the Brighton Music Hall
Hot Water Music, Allston MA. 2012
Transit, Allston MA. 2012
In a music scene where headliners perform by typing on MacBooks and turning switches on mixers for a crowd of black-clad, non-dancing, pierced white people, Andre Obin went as hard as anyone possibly could. With sweat dripping down his face, he looked uncomfortable in his button-down Banana Republic shirt, but anyone paying attention could not help but notice one endearing factor: he doesn’t really care. About you, about the crowd, and, really, about himself… [READ MORE]