Archive for the 'Concerts' Category

The Innocence Mission at the Iron Horse Music Hall

by Michael on Tuesday, June 1st, 2004

On Saturday, Jennifer and I met up with our friend Jeff at the Iron Horse Music Hall in Northampton, MA, to see The Innocence Mission perform. I had seen them play only once before, way back in 1995 at Fez in NYC, and the thing I remember the most about that show (other than some […]

Sleater-Kinney at The Roxy

by Michael on Wednesday, May 5th, 2004

Back on April 25th, Jenn and I made the trek up to Boston to see one of my favorite bands, Sleater-Kinney, at The Roxy. I’ve been a really big fan of Sleater-Kinney since I got my hands on a copy of their third album, Dig Me Out, back in 1997. They’re a brilliant rock-n-roll band […]

Vienna Teng!

by Jennifer on Friday, April 16th, 2004

Vienna released a new album, Warm Strangers in February. (We’d gotten lucky with some advance copies, but nevetheless I picked up some real royalty-paying copies just in time for Michael’s birthday). Easily my favorite song off that CD is “My Medea” – a somewhat haunting melody (and another one a character of mine is growing […]

Lots of music…

by Jennifer on Friday, April 16th, 2004

For me, these last couple weeks have been an embarrassment of great music in cosy concerts (one of them perhaps a bit *too* cosy)… I’ve been to see Anne Heaton at Jeff’s Yale House (if that’s what he’s still calling it). House concerts sure give one a different perspective — even the most polished performers […]

The Dresden Dolls

by Jennifer on Friday, April 16th, 2004

I decided this one needed its own entry. Back on February 3rd (yes, I’ve been a slacker on entries here lately — don’t tell me you didn’t notice)….anyway… on February 3rd, Michael and I had tickets to see the Dresden Dolls at the Iron Horse up in North Hampton, MA. At that point, I’d heard […]