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Boston Herald

Established in 1846, the Boston Herald is one of America's longest-running daily newspapers.

8 articles

The Pogues: House of Blues, Boston

Live Review by Jim Sullivan, Boston Herald, 21 March 2009

THE POGUES PLAYED a packed House of Blues on Friday night, offering up a rowdy mix of songs both angry and wrenching, vicious and sentimental, ...

Guster: Orpheum, Boston

Live Review by Jim Sullivan, Boston Herald, 2 November 2009

ONE DECADE AGO, on Halloween, the three guys in Guster donned tuxedos and played a packed Orpheum, riding high on their breakthrough CD, Lost and ...

Echo & The Bunnymen, Ian McCulloch: On the Phone to Ian McCulloch

Report and Interview by Jim Sullivan, Boston Herald, April 2010

IAN MCCULLOCH likes to ruminate. Spend an hour with the lead singer-songwriter of Echo & the Bunnymen and he'll swerve through a plethora of topics. ...

Cherie Currie, The Runaways: Cherie Currie recalls life as underage, underwear-wearing provocateur

Interview by Jim Sullivan, Boston Herald, 7 April 2010

WHETHER YOU WERE a rock fan in 1975 — or whether you weren't even conceived — you're going to want to take in The Runaways, ...

The Buzzcocks: For Buzzcocks, age of 'Nostalgia' is now

Report and Interview by Jim Sullivan, Boston Herald, 16 May 2010

THIRTY-TWO YEARS ago, a young British punk-pop band, Buzzcocks, recorded a song called 'Nostalgia'. It included these words from singer/guitarist Pete Shelley: "My future and ...

Brad Paisley: New England Country Music Festival, Gillette Stadium, Mass.

Live Review by Jim Sullivan, Boston Herald, 22 August 2010

"ONE OF THE greatest country cities in the world, Boston, Massachusetts," Brad Paisley gushed last night to a Gillette Stadium crowd of 51,000. And as ...

Flaming Lips: Flaming good time: Lips lock on psychedelia rock

Report and Interview by Jim Sullivan, Boston Herald, 24 July 2011

FEW THINGS ARE certain in life, but this is: At some point Wednesday during the Flaming Lips concert at Bank of America Pavilion, singer Wayne ...

Oh Land: Land o' Plenty

Report and Interview by Jim Sullivan, Boston Herald, 6 December 2011

YES, OH LAND is her real name – sort of. "My friends and family call me Nanna and I would like it to stay that ...

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