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Where are the holiday parties at? A local music guide.

‘Tis the season for Festive Affairs, Christmas Celebrations, and belligerent blowouts! If you play your cards right, they could arrive in that order. The finish

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Retro rock rolls hard with The Struts

The Struts / Photo by Fally Afani We’ll just go ahead and say it: If you like Queen, you’re going to love The Struts. There’s
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Photo Gallery: Of Montreal and Vibralux at the Granada

Of Montreal / Photo by Fally Afani A costumed gala of sorts erupted at the Granada on Halloween when Of Montreal rolled through with its
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Once again, Halloween weekend will be lit AF this year

Hoo-boy. This one’s going to be a doozy. Generally, Halloween is full of shenanigans in the live music scene. But with the popular holiday falling

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Photo Gallery: Live on Mass with Split Lip Rayfield / Billy Strings / Opal Agafia & The Sweet Nothings

A lively downtown affair brought Bluegrass to Mass as the Granada hosted a free outdoor concert that drew thousands of revelers to the streets. Live
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Julien Baker brings breathtaking set to the Granada

It takes a very special type of musician to keep an entire so quiet, you could hear a pin drop. The audience at the Granada

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Photo Gallery: Flint Eastwood / Cherry Pools

Wednesday night was full of pizzaz as three potent and highly danceable acts took to the Granada stage. Cherry Pools opened the night with an
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Photo Gallery: Brass & Boujee at the Granada

Friday night was a fantastic display in black excellence as music lovers saw generations of culture collide in rhythmic union. Under the direction of Marcus
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“Creating Change:” How Brass & Boujee is bringing Black Excellence to the Granada

Without jazz, there would be no rap. That’s the firm belief held by one of the more famous faces in the local hip-hop scene, Kemet