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10 singers and bands on this Canadian’s ‘Eh’ list

It's fair to say that Canadians feel a particular pride about many of their homegrown musical artists. Here are some who have made the most indelible impression on this fellow Canadian.

It’s been groovy: In Your Ear, a longtime destination for treasure-hunting record buyers, is leaving Boston

The business is closing its Commonwealth Avenue store within the next few months after 40 years in the city. Its two Rhode Island stores will remain open.


Tears for Fears let it all out at Leader Bank Pavilion

The ‘80s survivors were that rare combination, a legacy act that still has something to say.

Boston Gay Men’s Chorus and Disney harmonize on a first-of-its-kind concert

“Disney PRIDE In Concert" marks the first time the company has collaborated with a chorus to create a live concert from its catalog. Two performances are scheduled this weekend at Symphony Hall.

Former Boston Pops conductor John Williams, 90, steps away from film, but not music

After more than six decades of making bicycles soar, sending panicked swimmers to the shore, and other spellbinding close encounters, John Williams is putting the final notes on what may be his last film score.

Nancy Sinatra on Lee Hazlewood, the duo’s alchemy, and their abrupt ending

With the reissue of the classic 1968 album "Nancy & Lee," Sinatra reflects on the sometimes fraught relationship with her duet partner

Chaka Khan, Heather Headley to celebrate July Fourth with the Boston Pops

The celebration marks the return of the Pops to the Esplanade for the first time since 2019 for its "Fireworks Spectacular."


Marc-André Hamelin and the riches of ragtime

The pianist, who appears at the Rockport Chamber Music Festival on Saturday, recently released a two-CD set of American composer William Bolcom’s complete piano rags.