Punch Brothers' fourth Nonesuch album, the T Bone Burnett–produced The Phosphorescent Blues, addresses with straight-up poignancy and subversive humor the power and the pitfalls of our super-connected era. Digitally fueled isolation may be a theme, but this virtuosic acoustic quintet offers its warmest, most emotive and elegantly melodic work to date—so invitingly human in its approach that it practically ushers the listener into the room as these guys assemble in front of a mic. Indeed, a longing for community and connection was both impetus and inspiration for this disc. Don't miss their stop at Harrah's South Shore Room on March 28.
There is no more legendary band in Jamaican music history than The Wailers. Formed in 1969,as it continues its worldwide campaign of promoting peace, love and equality through the message of reggae and Rastafari. Don’t miss their stop at Harrah’s South Shore Room on April 4th!