Boston Music and Nightlife is alive and well, and byteclay.com has some suggestions for your weekend escapades. Don’t forget to send us your pics from one of our suggested events, we love to share them with our readers. We’re Boston, and we’ve got it all! Check out some of our weekend picks.
On Friday, February 26, it’s the 25th Anniversary Reunion Show for the Heavy Metal Horns, at Johnny D’s Uptown Restaurant & Music Club, 17 Holland Street in Somerville. Three horns, trombone, trumpet, and a sexy sax along with many of the original members who are flying in from all over the U.S. for this very special show.
You can head on up north of Boston to KOTO, 90 Washington Street in Salem on Friday, February 26, for POP GUN, a four piece power pop band out of Boston. Joining them in the line up for the night are Nick And The Adversaries, an indie band from Boston that plays mod rock music, and another Boston based band, Muck and the Mires, a 60’s inspired garage rock band who play 60’s pop and punk. And they dress the part!
House of Blues, 15 Lansdowne Street in Boston has, Future, on Friday, February 26. Future has just signed a deal with Epic Records over the summer and is set to release a full length albums, Pluto. You can find more info on this artist on his website freebandz. Tickets
FUSE BOX will be playing at Players Sports Bar, 86 VFW Drive in Rockland on Friday, February 26. The band is a four piece rock & roll cover band from Boston’s South Shore. You can find more info on their Facebook page as well as upcoming dates.
The Willie J. Laws Band will be at the New England Winter Blues Festival at the Blue Ocean Music Hall, 4 Ocean Front N, in Salisbury on Saturday, February 27. They’ll be bringing you some Texas style blues and funk. In 2015, this band was nominated for BEST Blues artist at the New England Music Awards and the Boston Music Awards. In 2011, they won the Massachusetts Blues Challenge and were semifinalists at the 2012 International Blues Challenge & King of Beale Street.
RB Productions presents the band, Usual Suspects on Saturday, February 27, at the Bolton Street Tavern, 587 Bolton Street in Marlborough. The band consists of four seasoned musicians who have traveled around the world with other bands throughout their careers. You’ll recognize the songs that they play and will probably know most of the words because they play rock & roll covers and classic rock.
The Center for Natick Arts (TCAN), 14 Summer Street in Natick has the 2016 North American International Guitar Night Tour with founder Brian Gore on Saturday, February 27. Gore a guitar poet and musical romantic, has the reputation as one of the most interesting and influential performers of fingerstyle guitar. He will be joined by these featured guitarists: Andre Krengel, Lulo Reinhardt, Mike Dawes, and Nacht der Gitarren. For tickets call: (508)647-0097