The Dropkick Murphys took over the infield to perform in front of an empty ballpark for charity Friday. WBZ-TV's TIffany Chan reports.
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Dropkick Murphys Take Over Fenway Park Infield For Free ConcertThe Dropkick Murphys took over the infield to perform in front of an empty ballpark for charity Friday. WBZ-TV's TIffany Chan reports.
Tuba Player Keeps Watertown Neighborhood Smiling During Coronavirus PandemicZack Hickman is a self-described man of mischief who on a rainy Friday in the middle of a pandemic, walks the streets of Watertown playing a tuba. Anaridis Rodriguez reports.
WAAF Sold, Will Switch To Christian ProgrammingWAAF, a longtime rock radio station based in Worcester and Boston, has been sold and will start playing contemporary Christian programming this weekend.
Rage Against The Machine Officially Added As Boston Calling Lineup RevealedWBZ TV's Paula Ebben reports.
Drummer Joey Kramer Sues Aerosmith Over Being Excluded From Grammys PerformanceThe Boston-based band has responded by saying Kramer isn’t ready to take the stage. WBZ-TV's Nick Emmons reports.
Dropkick Murphys Help Raise Funds For Fallen Worcester Fire Lt. Jason MenardThe Dropkick Murphys are doing their part to support the family of Lt. Jason Menard. WBZ-TV's Nick Emmons reports.
Rolling Stones Gillette Stadium Show In Foxboro Re-Scheduled For July 7WBZ-TV's Chris McKinnon reports.
Gillette Stadium To Host ‘Super Mega Ultra Giant Mad Decent Block Party Festival’WBZ TV's Breana Pitts reports.
Boston Calling Lineup Announced For May Festival At HarvardTwenty One Pilots, Travis Scott and Michael Che are among the Boston Calling 2019 headliners.
Keller @ Large: Madonna's 'Tribute' To Aretha Franklin Was Just Plain AwfulIn the pantheon of bad, clueless eulogies, Jon says Madonna's "tribute" to Aretha Franklin takes the cake.
Berklee Professor Reflects On Aretha Franklin's LegacyProfessors and students at Berklee College say music would not be the same without Aretha Franklin. WBZ-TV's Lisa Gresci reports.
'Queen Of Soul' Aretha Franklin DiesFans and celebrities are paying tribute to the legendary singer.
Fans Happy Zac Brown Band's Sold Out Show Benefits Military FamiliesZac Brown Band played the first of two sold out shows at Fenway Park Friday night. WBZ-TV's Tiffany Chan reports.
Norwell Native Susan Tedeschi Excited By 7th Grammy NominationSusan Tedeschi has received another Grammy nomination, this time with her band the Tedeschi Trucks Band. WBZ-TV's Liam Martin reports.
Joe Perry On New Album, Another Patriots Super BowlJoe Perry is on everyone's list as one of the top guitar slingers in rock and roll, and he's also a big Patriots fan, excited for a shot at another Super Bowl trophy. WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben reports.
Tom Petty Dies At 66WBZ-TV's Kate Merrill reports.
Country Radio Station Comforts Listeners In Wake of Las Vegas ShootingWKLB Radio gave support to country music listeners in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting at a country music festival. WBZ-TV's David Robichaud reports
Keller @ Large: Taylor Swift Can't Really Be That AngryIs Taylor Swift's new video a put-on, or is she really that bitter and revenge-obsessed?
Teens Perform New WBZ This Morning RapWatch Echezona "Eche" Onwuama and Josiah "Sayku" White perform their new rap. WBZ-TV's Kate Merrill and Chris McKinnon report.
Summer Of Savings: Free ConcertsWhile tickets for some big shows can cost hundreds of dollars, there is plenty of free entertainment for the music lover in New England. WBZ-TV's Lisa Hughes reports.
Web Extra: Make Music Day In BostonWBZ-TV Photographer Matt Colson captured some of the sounds of Make Music Day in Boston Wednesday.
Keller @ Large: An Anniversary Worth CelebratingIt’s the 50th anniversary of an iconic baby-boomer moment, but don't roll your eyes too quickly, this one's the real deal.
Pitts Stop: Boston Calling’s New HomeWBZ-TV's Breana Pitts reports.
Chris Cornell, Soundgarden And Audioslave Lead Singer, Dead At 52WBZ-TV's Chris McKinnon reports.