The Berklee Performance Center has teamed up with rock CAN roll to beat hunger. Please support this effort by bringing one healthy and nutritious nonperishable food item to the show. For a list of most needed foods, visit rockCANroll.org
Led Zeppelin's music has spanned generations and now you can experience it all live. Hammer of the Gods recreates the sights, sounds, and mystical aura of the real Zeppelin concert. Imagine stepping back in time. It's 1973 and you are seated at New York's Madison Square Garden; 100,000 watts of sonic brilliance and a spectacular array of lights explode as the band performs flawless renditions of all your favorite songs including "Kashmir," "Dazed and Confused," "Stairway to Heaven," and the thunderous assault of the classic "Moby Dick." A show for all ages.
"Hammer of the Gods has become a hot ticket!" —New York Times
Come see and hear what fans and critics are calling "The greatest Zeppelin show on earth."
The Berklee Performance Center has teamed up with rock CAN roll to "beat hunger." Please support this effort by bringing one healthy and nutritious nonperishable food item to the show. For a list of most needed foods, please visit rockCANroll.org.
Known for energetic, powerful live shows that crackle with the electricity of the Replacements, Old 97s, and the Rolling Stones, Cassavettes has turned more than a few heads in Boston and beyond. The group scooped up Best Local Band in the Boston Phoenix reader's poll, nabbed a Boston Music Award for Outstanding Americana Act, and made a splash at the South By Southwest Music Conference in 2007 and 2008.
Big Baby Ernie has a sound that's equal parts smooth and soulful, smack-like and poignant, stirring up middle-aged mechanics on the Jersey Shore and 20-something Manhattan yuppies alike.
Capturing the impact of a moment is what Dave Coleman—the singer, guitarist, and principal songwriter of the Coal Men—set out to do on the band's second full-length release. Singer/songwriter Johnny Nicholson's motley of travels parallels his musical styles. He can play it all, from pop-folk to smooth lullabies to rock.
This concert will feature artists who competed in Berklee Canta en Español, the Spanish-language songwriting contest sponsored by Berklee and SGAE. Performers include contest cowinner Joel Waldman, finalist Juliana Ronderos, and artists Tornsol and Pablo Latapi.