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Pink Floyd drummer extraordinaire, Nick Mason returns in 2022 with his brand new super-group, Saucerful of Secrets! Catch the five-piece live as they head out on the Echoes tour. Created to perform the early music of Pink Floyd, Mason and co are no tribute band, but rather offer a sonic and visual celebration of the iconic prog-rock giants.
February 4, 2022
Hosted by Will Arnett, Jason Bateman and Sean Hayes, the SmartLess podcast has quickly risen to become one of the top shows in the country. Each edition sees one host introduce the other two to a mystery guest; leading to an illuminating, improvised discussion about connections and shared experiences. Now the trio are taking to the road, bringing the show, and of course, a mystery guest, to you!
February 5, 2022
Aside from having one of the most identifiable voices in classic rock history as frontman of iconic heavy metal outfit Iron Maiden, English renaissance man Bruce Dickinson has spent parts of his extraordinary life flying planes, starting businesses, brewing beer, motivating others, acting on TV, flexing foils as an international fencer, writing books and broadcasting over the radio waves. Now he enters a new chapter as he sets out on his brand new spoken word tour!
February 5, 2022
Colombian actor, singer and composer Carlos Vives heads to the States for a new tour. One of the country's biggest Latin stars, Vives first came to prominence in 1982 as an actor on the popular telenova shows Pequenos Gigantes and Gallito Ramirez, the latter of which was his first starring role. In recent years he has acted as a coach on The Voice Colombia, re-introducing his music to a younger generation. His 2015 album Mas + Corazon Profundo won the Best Tropical Latin Album at that year's Grammy Awards!
February 8, 2022
Aussie singer songwriter Courtney Barnett's astoundingly good debut album Sometimes I Sit and Think and Sometimes I Just Sit was one of the most celebrated rock albums of 2015. While Barnett's idiosyncratic style has been described as 'slacker', this way undersells her meticulous picking apart of life's little details - she makes just makes it look easy.
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Formerly known as the Wang Center for Performing Arts, this non-profit organisation comprises three theaters in Boston. In 2006 it changed to its current name after agreeing a 15-year deal with Citigroup bank, and still maintains strong partnerships with the Boston Lyric Opera, Celebrity Series of Boston, and Laugh Boston.
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