The quirky duo sings America's music.
Civil War-style band The Hardtacks — one of our 2016 Best of NH Editor's Picks — have new music and a new graphic novel available. Rick Broussard reviews the offerings.
The playwright/author and singer/songwriter have paired up and released two CDs.
A quarter of a century ago, Jeff Dearborn bought a John Lee Hooker cassette and, on a long drive to Vermont, became a serious blues addict. Eventually, he began playing harp and formed a band.
The Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom is filled with fascinating music history. Opened in 1899, this NH icon has evolved from a family entertainment center to a Big Band-era dance hall to the modern concert venue we know today.
Thrifty's in Manchester is much more than a place to buy vintage vinyl - it's also a music venue and museum.
After the Boston Marathon bombing songwriting duo Ernest Thompson and Joe Deleault worked together to create a song inspired by "Boston Strong."
Rock music photographer Joe Stevens, who now lives a quiet life in Portsmouth, once chronicled the evolution of rock ‘n’ roll capturing on film legends such as David Bowie, Paul McCartney and Johnny Cash.
A review of CDs from New Hampshire musicians Mighty Sam McClain and Don Watson.
Reports of the death of the music industry may have been exaggerated, but things have definitely changed. Fortunately, for musicians, "changes" are part of the gig.