No, Marty hasn't caved: The boys and the Boss will be playing to an empty ball field and livestreaming around the world. OK, technically, Springsteen will be playing from a remote location. Starts at 6 p.m. Read more.
Boston Baroque announced today it's had to cancel its concerts through February following a decision by the New England Conservatory to close Jordan Hall to outside programs through the winter due to Covid-19 concerns. Read more.
Great Scott, which has offered live music for four decades at the corner of Commonwealth and Harvard avenues in Allston, announced today it won't be re-opening. Vanyaland reports Great Scott's landlord refused to renew its lease.
Since quarantining on Mass Ave right by Berklee, I have been working from home in front of a window that looks out at Mass Ave. Most days I hear a distance noise and get up to look and see the group of motorcyclists out for a ride. They are socially distancing, popping wheeleies, and lifting the cities (and my own) vibration.
Good stuff and thank you!!
Marc Hurwitz found this post-apocalyptic empty hellscape while wandering around what's left of the South Weymouth Naval Air Station yesterday - fortunately for him, rather than a village decimated by zombies, it turned out to be the recreation of a street in Watertown for that movie where Markie Mark single-handedly solved the Boston Marathon bombings.
On her way home to Florida from the end of on-campus life this year, Boston Conservatory student Shelbie Rassler came up with the idea of a virtual song, in which several dozen Conservatory and Berklee students videoed themselves playing "What the World Needs Now" and she put it all together in a single video.