Picks of the weekend from Boston Globe, Wicked Local Northshore & 104.9 Radio
Peter Chianca, of Gatehouse Media published an excellent interview with Chris Isaak (read it here). Drummers: pay attention to what Chris says on page 2, and all of you who care what stars wear on stage will want to know how much his mirrored suit weighs (page 3).
You can see Chris Isaak live at North Shore Music Theatre on Thursday, with the Chelsea Berry Band opening. All seats are good seats and there are still some seats left (and a few VIP packages). Get tickets here.
Tomorrow Morning, Aurelia Nelson interviews Aaron Neville on her show Curtain Up at 9am on Northshore 104.9 FM. If you’re not near a radio, you can listen live on your computer or iPhone (get the free iPhone app here)
Aurelia and Aaron talk about his music legacy in pop, rock, soul, R&B and his new project with Keith Richards. Plus you’ll get an idea of the music we’ll here next Saturday at North Shore Music Theatre. Good seats are still available for this show (and a few VIP packages). Henri Smith opens with an all-star band. Get tickets here.
Who did the Boston Globe pick for the best music north of Boston tonight? Our own KBMG at the Old Sloop Coffee House. Just in case you’re not sure this is the show for you, watch the video above. Nothing more to say.
The KBMG show will sell out, so for those of you don’t make it in time, there are over a dozen other good choices for live music. See the full live music lineup here.