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Photos | Smith&Weeden + Dylan Sevey & The Gentlemen @ Columbus Theatre

Recently, the Northeast lost yet another quality local musician (and person) to the ever-growing musical mecca that is Nashville. Dylan Sevey (Dylan Sevey and the Gentlemen / Smith&Weeden) said goodbye to New England and two of his bands to officially get after it as the yin to Ron Gallo’s yang. OK, he’s playing drums, but the whole yin/yang thing sounded better. We couldn’t let Dylan head out without an official send off, though. Graciously hosted by the folks at The Columbus Theatre, friends, family and frienemies gathered to hear and join The Quahogs, Dylan Sevey and the Gentlemen and Smith&Weeden…

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2014 | Steve’s Top Albums of the Year + Stuff

The practice of ranking the year’s albums is certainly one that I approach with some hesitation. Like Kyle, I was tempted to not even try to rank them. I mean, ask me what the best album of the year is and — depending on my mood and the day’s events — I’ll likely give you a different answer each time. However, the geek in me wants to give things some sort of order, so I’m going to resort to statistics and order them by total number of plays for all songs on the album, on all of my devices. Sound…


Photos | Smith&Weeden + JP Harris and The Tough Choices @ Nick-A-Nees

Photos by Boston Concert Photography Time ticks away pretty quickly in the Northeast at this time of year. Days are short and weeks fly by like minutes. One good thing about that — 10PM Friday night at Nick-A-Nees in Providence rolls before you know it. This past Friday, two bands fit for filling spaces four-times the size — at least — joined together to pack the local watering hole wall-to-wall. J.P. Harris and The Tough Choices finally brought their new album “Home Is Where the Hurt Is” to the chilly New England region and it was just what the crowd…


Photos | The Silks + Smith&Weeden @ The Kitchen Sessions

Photos by Boston Concert Photography Some rainy Saturday nights it just doesn’t pay to wander outside your door. You’re better off getting cozy and watching a bad movie in your living room. But if there’s one thing I’ve learned over the years, it’s that if on that rainy Saturday night there’s a Kitchen Session going on, it always pays to venture out into the world. This was precisely the case last weekend. After bundling up, I grabbed my camera and a few beers and headed off to watch two of Providence, Rhode Island’s best new bands — The Silks and…