Posts Tagged ‘WGBH’

On October 18th, 2014 – Bombay Bicycle Club, recorded a full set at House of Blues Boston. The genre–bending group, formed in 2005 out of North London, put on a high octane set that spanned their four full length albums and three EPs. The sold–out Saturday night crowd witnessed an unforgettable performance including multiple tracks from their 2014 album, “So Long, See You Tomorrow” as well as hits from their earlier work.

Frontman, Jack Steadman, and bassist, Ed Nash, sat down with WGBH Music before the show to talk about everything from the origin of the band’s name, saying “Hello, Dublin!” in Belfast, and the evolution of their songwriting across their four albums.

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Setlist

00:58 Overdone
03:53 Jack & Ed talk about the band’s name
05:08 It’s Alright Now
09:14 Shuffle
13:48 Lights Out, Words Gone
19:27 Your Eyes
26:35 Ed & Jack talk about why the band works well together
27:42 Home by Now
32:18 Jack & Ed talk about songwriting
33:25 Whenever, Wherever
37:29 Jack and Ed talk about the fans
38:45 Rinse Me Down
41:39 Jack talk about what makes a good live show
42:06 Ivy and Gold
45:00 Jack & Ed talk about horror stories on the road
46:25 The Giantess/Emergency Contraception Blues
51:34 Evening/Morning
55:55 How Can You Swallow So Much Sleep
59:19 Feel
1:04:35 Luna
1:08:43 Always Like This
1:13:54 What If
1:18:37 Carry Me

Front Row Boston is produced by WGBH Music and Crossroads Presents in association with NPR Music.

November 4, 2014  Singer Songwriter, Nathaniel Rateliff, performed live at Brighton Music Hall in Boston, MA. Rateliff captivated the audience at Brighton Music Hall with his intimate, authentic sound and uninhibited lyrics. This is a musician comfortable in his own skin and writing songs from life experience.

Nathaniel Rateliff was born in rural Missouri where he first began playing music in Church. He relocated to Denver at the age of 19 where he’s built a loyal and passionate following. He’s toured across the world including alongside such acts as Mumford & Sons, Deer Tick and The Lumineers.


Set List:
LIVERPOOL 0:20
I AM 4:36
DON’T GET TOO CLOSE 8:48
NASHVILLE 14:20
THIS 18:11
YOU SHOULD’VE SEEN THE OTHER GUY 22:40
SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL 27:14
THREE FINGERS IN 31:00
LATE NIGHT PARTY 35:40
WASTING TIME 39:42
STILL TRYING 43:11

British alternative folk rock band, Dry The River, performed live at the Brighton Music Hall in Boston on November 4th, 2014. Dry The River played a number of songs from their second album, “Alarms in the Heart”, released late in 2014 as well as other favorites from their 2012 debut, “Shallow Bed”.
Lead Vocalist Peter Liddle and guitarist Scott Miller talked a little about the band before their set ,


SET LIST
Hidden Hand 0:44
New Ceremony 4:28
Alarms in the Heart 11:01
Peter & Scott talk about the name Dry The River 15:18
Family 16:11
Med School 21:30
Gethsemane 25:23
Bible Belt 31:16
Everlasting Light 37:48
Rollerskate 41:00
Lion’s Den 46:22
It Was Love That Laid Us Low 50:36
Vessel 54:22
Hope Diamond 1:01:08
No Rest 1:05:28
Weights & Measures 1:10:41

Peter Liddle – guitar, lead vocals
Matthew Taylor – guitar, vocals
Scott Miller – bass, vocals
Jon Warren – drums
Pat Pearson – keys

More about Dry The River: http://drytheriver.net/