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Where you read it first | Friday, April 19, 2024

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The Allman Brothers’ music lives on with the Allman Betts Family Revival tour

The enduring music of the Allman Brothers Band lives on in the Allman Betts Family Revival tour, which made a stop at the Orpheum on Friday. The tour is an annual event founded seven years ago by Devon Allman to celebrate the life of his father Gregg Allman, one of the two brothers who gave their name to the illustrious ’70s band. This year, the show was organized by Devon Allman and Duane Betts, son of band member Dickey Betts, to celebrate the music of both of their fathers.

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WEEKENDER: GlobeDocs Film Festival celebrates 9th year, Tufts student stars in featured documentary

The Boston Globe successfully ran their ninth-annual GlobeDocs Film Festival from October 25-29. GlobeDocs is a five-day film festival that features new, acclaimed documentary films, ranging from big-budget streaming hits such as “American Symphony” (2023) and“The Pigeon Tunnel” (2023) to smaller, independent films such as“The Highest Standard” (2023) and “The Philadelphia Eleven” (2023). 

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Próxima Parada’s Nick Larson opens up ahead of Wednesday’s show

One of the “next stops” of Próxima Parada will be at Brighton Music Hall in Boston this coming Wednesday. The band, based in San Luis Obispo, Calif., had a boost in success after their 2019 song “Musta Been a Ghost” went viral on TikTok in December of 2022. The band, whose name means “next stop” in Spanish and Portuguese, delights in bringing their uplifting and groovy vibes all over the country.

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Carin León is a cowboy on fire at TD Garden

A hulking man dressed in all black, adorned with a cowboy hat and bandana, towered over TD Garden as his black motorcycle rocketed through the desert, placing him face to face with a lion on LED video walls. In the real world, flames rhythmically shot into the air, lighting a 20-piece ...

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‘All vibes, no genre’: The music of Fall Fest

After initially being canceled due to rain, Fall Fest, the annual TUSC-organized fall event, enjoyed a successful run on Sept. 30th. In addition to food trucks and inflatable games, the annual Tufts tradition showcased live music from three Tufts bands and DJ MC Yusuf. The Daily spoke with junior Thomas Grant, TUSC concert coordinator, as well as student bands Free Money (formerly Systemic Flow), Sunnydaze and JAM about everything music at Fall Fest. 

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Madison Cunningham astounds while supporting Hozier at Leader Bank Pavilion

Madison Cunningham brought her singular artistic vision to Leader Bank Pavilion on Sept. 22 and 23 as the opener for Hozier. At the Sept. 22 concert, Cunningham was fronting lead guitar and vocals, backed by Kyle Crane on drums, Eliana Athayde on bass and Philip Krohnengold on keys. The team is serving as direct support for the entirety of Hozier’s U.S. tour.

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Sammy Rae & The Friends transport their campground to Roadrunner

Sammy Rae & The Friends recently returned to Boston with their musical creativity and all-encompassing positivity. Selling out Roadrunner on Thursday, Sept. 21 for one of the first stops of their fall headline tour, the band played new arrangements of familiar favorites while also trying out new material ahead of a debut studio album. Sammy Rae & The Friends followed opener Britton & The Sting and were backed by the Nebulous String Quartet.

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Pictured left to right are Deanna Pan, Isara Krieger, Makai Murray, Jessica Estelle Huggins and Dr. Akilah Cadet.

Ayo Oloyede, lead vocalist of Free Money, singing in the crowd with an audience member.
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Ayo Oloyede, lead vocalist of Free Money, is pictured singing in the crowd with an audience member.

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