Articles by: Marc Lacatell

Queen ‘News of the World’ Box Set Is A Stunner (ALBUM REVIEW)

1977 was a milestone year for the iconic and legendary British rock and roll band, Queen. The band had recorded another exciting, eclectic album that featured rock, blues, punk and even Latin-influenced tracks. It also ...

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Lilly Hiatt Makes Timeless Singer-Songwriter Rock Record With ‘Trinity Lane’ (INTERVIEW)

Lilly Hiatt, Nashville’s latest breakthrough artist, has just released her third and strongest album to date. Trinity Lane is a bold, beautiful and rockin’ collection of songs that are helping her make waves across musical ...

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Alice Cooper Brings Five Decade Rock Theatrics to Mansfield, MA (PHOTOS)

Alice Cooper visited the Xfinity Center at Mansfield, MA on 8.27/17 on a cross-country that that saw Deep Purple and Edgar Winter as openers. Photos by Marc Lacatell

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Chris Robinson Brotherhood Keeps It Freaky & Spontaneous at Boston’s House of Blues (PHOTOS)

The Chris Robinson Brotherhood brought their Northern California eclectic and diverse songbook to Boston’s House of Blues on on 8/19/17. Touring in support of their most recent album Barefoot in the Head, the five piece ...

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Joe Bonamassa & His Band Let The Music Do The Talking at Boston’s Blue Hills Bank Pavillion (SHOW REVIEW)

“Let the Music Do the Talking”, written by Joe Perry, would have been an appropriate song for the house PA to blast as Joe Bonamassa’s fans strolled out of the bank of Blue Hills Pavilion ...

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The Magpie Salute Bring Skilled Variety With Nods To Allman Brothers, Stones, Little Feat at Boston’s Wilbur Theatre (SHOW REVIEW)

“Thanks for being open-minded about who’s on the stage and who’s not. This is cool for me, because it’s new, it’s old and we’re heading in a new direction,” offered Rich Robinson, founding member of ...

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Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers Go “Rockin’ Around” in Boston (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

Forty years ago, New York City fell victim to a 25 hour black out, Jimmy Carter was elected president of the United States, India’s Prime Minister Indira Gandhi resigned and the Apple II computers went ...

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Iron Maiden & Ghost Bring Their Metal Show A Game To Mansfield’s Xfinity Theatre (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

In support of the band’s latest release and 16th studio album, the Book of Souls, legendary British heavy metal rockers, Iron Maiden stationed themselves at Mansfield, Massachusett’is Xfinity Theatre July 19th to wage a musical battle ...

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Cheap Trick Rocks Like Its The 70’s On Night of the 7’s in Boston (7/17/17) (PHOTOS)

In celebration of their second studio album in two years We’re All Alright!, Cheap Trick is on the road once again rocking their hits to their loyal fans. At the Blue Hills Bank Pavillion on ...

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Timothy Showalter of Strand of Oaks Talks ‘Hard Love’ & Proves Rock Aint Over (INTERVIEW)

Glide recently caught up with Strand of Oaks frontman, Timothy Showalter after his recent appearance at the highly-acclaimed Boston Calling music festival. Riding the buzz of his 2017  release Hard Love, Showalter’s sound has grown bigger ...

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