Multiplatform editor

Jon Garelick

Jon Garelick is a multiplatform editor for the Globe opinion pages and a member of the Editorial Board. He joined the Globe in March 2015. A graduate of Boston University, he was previously arts editor of the Boston Phoenix, where he worked for 22 years, until its closing in March 2013. He is the winner of two ASCAP Deems Taylor Awards for his writing about music, and an award from the New England Press Association for news reporting.

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Music Review

At the Wilbur, sterling songcraft from Nick Lowe

By , Globe Staff

The show was more about songs than it was about rocking out — think of this esteemed Englishman as more Buddy Holly than Jerry Lee Lewis.

music review

At the Orpheum, Mott the Hoople turns back time, all the way to ’74

By , Globe Staff

Frontman Ian Hunter, approaching his 80th birthday, led the band through a 105-minute set, singing every song and even shouting out a few high-note climaxes.

Jazzmeia Horn is just beginning to make her voice heard

By , Globe staff

The rising jazz artist won’t sing a song she can’t connect with personally, which explains why she’ll be writing a lot more of her music.

Best albums of the year

Jon Garelick’s best jazz albums of 2018

By , Globe Staff

Releases from Noah Preminger, Adam O’Farrill, Cecile McLorin Salvant, and more highlight the year in jazz.