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The long, sad history of April 15th

As I sit here writing this post, the city-wide moment of silence has just ended, the Red Sox game has resumed and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev sits in jail guilty on 30 charges and is awaiting sentencing. It is about 60 degrees outside and Aaron Hernandez just gotten to Walpole, his new home for the rest of his life.  I’m excited about the Spring, I’m heavy-hearted about the Marathon victims and I’m elated about next Monday. There is no doubt that April 15th will stay with me for the rest of my life,

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National Puppy Day Puppy Facts!

In honor of National Puppy Day we decided to forgo the usual “Fun Music Facts of the Day” and give you a few fun puppy facts.

1. There are more puppies born in the US each year (6.2 million) than babies. (4 million)

new-born-pups

2. Puppies get lonely, just like us. They are in the womb with a litter and are born with a litter so they love the company of humans or other animals.

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Hunter Hayes is having an amazing 2015 so far.

2015 is barely underway, but it is already arguably the biggest year in Hunter Hayes’ young career.

The news from earlier this week that Hayes’ song “I Want Crazy” just hit double platinum (2,000,000 sold) is just the cherry on top. So far in 2015 Hunter has seen two of his songs go gold (Everybody Got Somebody But Me & Invisible) one song go double platinum, he won the People’s Choice Award for Favorite Male Country Artist,

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Our Top 5 Johnny Cash Songs

Johnny Cash would have turned 83 today. The ‘man in black’ is regarded as one of the most influential men not only in country music, but in all of music history. To celebrate the legend’s day of birth, we decided to list our top 5 Cash songs of all time.

 

1. Folsom Prison Blues (Live Version)- 

  • My favorite thing about this song is the fact that he sang it at the actual Folsom Prison.

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February 25th fun music facts of the day

George Harrison of The Beatles was born on February 25th, 1943. Harrison was the guitarist and a vocalist for the worlds most popular band.

In 1956, Elvis Presley had his first national hit when his song “I Forgot To Remember To Forget” went to #1 on the Billboard Country & Western chart.

In 1964, February 25th belonged to The Beatles as they recorded three singles at Abbey Road Studios in London.

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Where does the Blizzard of 2015 rank in Boston Blizzard History?

The Blizzard of 2015 dumped as many as three feet of snow in some places across Massachusetts, with Logan Airport checking in at 24.6′. As far as January snow totals go, that’s the largest storm to his Massachusetts in over 100 years, but where does it stack up in Boston’s history? The following are the top 10 snow storms in Boston’s history according to official measurements from Logan Airport.

1. February 17-18, 2003- 27.5 inches

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January 23rd fun music facts of the day

January 23rd isn’t a particularly thrilling day in music history, but it’s not quite a dud of a day either. On this day in 1971, George Harrison became the first solo Beatles member with a number one hit. His song “My Sweet Lord” stayed atop the charts for five weeks before being dethroned.

In 1977, Patti Smith fell off stage in Tampa Florida breaking a vertebra in her back on the 23rd.

The legendary pianist Ray Charles was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on January 23rd 1986.

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January 22nd fun music facts of the day

Sunday, bloody Sunday. You have most likely  heard Bono and U2 sing those words over your radio hundreds of times over the years, but do you know where that term came from? The answer lies in Russia. On January 22nd, 1905 a large demonstration of workers marched to the Winter Palace in St. Petersberg to petition the Czar. Troops fired on the demonstrators which began the violent phase of the Russian Revolution and led to the nickname “Bloody Sunday.”

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January 21st- Fun Facts of the Day

What can we say about January 21st. Well, to start, the 21st of January in 1966 saw the Beatles George Harrison marry Patty Boyd with Paul McCartney as best man. Boyd later divorced from Harrison and went on to marry Eric Clapton, who wrote the song “Layla” about her.

In 1968, Jimmy Hendrix chose January 21st as the day he recorded the popular Bob Dylan song, “All Along The Watchtower.”

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Press Release

Cohasset, MA, January 12, 2015– Fan favorites, the Beach Boys will be back on stage in August. Jazz greats Diana Krall, Chris Botti and Pink Martini are all retuning to the tents this summer. Country music icon Loretta Lynn will perform. We’re pleased to welcome back Comedian Brian Regan and singer/songwriter Mary Chapin Carpenter. The Fab Four and ABBA the Concert round out the first announcement of the 2015 concert series. The Tents are still in the early stages for booking.

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