Andy Grammer is such a cool guy. Did you know that he wrote "Keep Your Head Up" for himself. One day he was having a tough day singing on the streets and he just decided to write himself a song to, ya know. keep his head up. Boston Globe music writer Sarah Rodman catches up with Andy back stage at the House of Blues before he hits the stage for a sold out crowd. Bet Andy doesn't have to write any more songs to cheer himself up anymore.
Family of The Year hits Brighton Music Hall for a home coming show. Before jumping on stage, they sit down with Jay Anderson to talk about their life on the road and the inspiration for their new album.
When we work together, amazing things can happen. That was a common theme throughout the evening as the Boston food community united at a baseball-free Fenway Park for an amazing benefit at Boston Bites Back. The brainchild of chefs Ming Tsai and Ken Orringer, this overwhelmingly appetizing event raised more than $1 million dollars for the One Fund.
Not all girls can boast about Mixing It Up with Rob Gronkowski and friends. But I sure can, thanks to Nick Varano and Strega Waterfront. Almost exactly one month to the day of the devastating Boston Marathon bombings, and the events organized to benefit the One Fund Boston seem to be getting bigger and better than ever.