Hey kids…these guys are a lot more than CM Punk’s entrance music.
Make no mistake. Stevie’s still got it.
Ronnie, Bobby, Ricky, Mike, Ralph and Johnny celebrate 30+ years in the game with a new tour, and I was fortunate enough to catch New Edition live in concert.
Me’shell Ndegeocello and her band delivered a killer live show on the singer/bassist’s latest trip to Boston.
1nce again…Tribe is back (for two shows.)
It’s hard to believe, but The Simpsons is celebrating its 25th season this Sunday. Starting as a sketch for the Tracey Ullman Show, and on struggling network (FOX) in the late 1980s, the Simpson family burst on the scene December 17, 1989 to much acclaim. Simpson-mania soon followed as the show vaulted FOX into the upper echelon of television, alongside the Big Three networks – comics, video games, and a ton of other merchandise made the Simpsons one of the […]
Hailing from Popblerd’s homebase of Boston, MA, Bad Rabbits have been crafting their blend of r&b, funk, and rock (sprinkled with elements of hardcore) for six years. Building a reputation for their energetic live shows and gaining national recognition for their recorded output, 2013 marks a milestone for the band: the release of their first full-length LP, American Love (2013, Bad Records). What’s more, they’ve got another completed full-length LP in the can. We caught up with Bad Rabbits just before their […]
Get ready for Mike Doughty, performing his Soul Coughing hits at a theater near you!
The glory days of a legendary rock club are now gone. Popblerd’s Jim reminisces about Maxwell’s.
“They don’t know even know what it means to be a fan … to truly love some silly little piece of music, or some band, so much that it hurts” – Fairuza Balk as Sapphire in Cameron Crowe’s Almost Famous I’ll bet that if you’re reading this piece or are a regular reader of this site, you can relate that quote, or, most likely, live it every day. In the scene, Balk’s character, one of the infamous Band Aids, laments […]
Paul McCartney arrives in Fenway Park and doesn’t need a bat and a ball to energize the crowd!