“I was moved by the unity and the attitude of the people in Boston. And that’s really all a songwriter needs, is to be inspired,” he said.
Some of New England’s greatest musical exports are coming together for “Boston Strong: An Evening Of Support And Celebration,” a huge fundraiser to take place at Boston’s TD Garden on May 30. Tickets from the show will benefit the One Fund Boston, a foundation set up by Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick and Boston mayor Thomas Menino to help those most affected by the tragic events that occurred on April 15.
Neil Diamond’s 1969 hit “Sweet Caroline” is seeing an unexpected surge in sales after a surprise performance by the legendary singer-songwriter at a Boston Red Sox game on Saturday (April 20).
Neil Diamond made a surprise appearance at Fenway Park Saturday afternoon.
While America is still reeling from the horrific bombings at the Boston Marathon on Monday (April 15), tributes continue to pour in for those most directly affected by the tragic event from people around the world.
The Yankees paid tribute to victims of the Boston Marathon bombings by playing the Fenway Park favorite “Sweet Caroline” at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday night.
Fall Out Boy took to their website last night (April 15) to announce that they would be donating the proceeds from their Boston area show this fall to the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.
Finishing his first Boston Marathon today, Joey McIntyre of New Kids On The Block narrowly escaped the explosions that went off near the finish line, which resulted in at least 40 injuries and two deaths (as of 4:45 p.m. Monday).
“This is where it started and this is where it will never end!” Steven Tyler at Aerosmith’s free concert in front of 1325 Commonwealth Avenue in Boston: the apartment where the band began about four decades ago.
But this is a little different than your average rock star pregnancy: she’s six months pregnant and the band are promoting and touring behind their new album The Picture Show, released on April 17.