Ralph from UK act To Kill A King is fond of playing live with his friends 15 floors up in his flat in London. Unfortunately, he couldn't fit all of his guests on the balcony for a recent performance of "Choices." Fortunately, he found a garden spot where he, Bastille, Emily Wood and a slew of others helped transform "Choices" from a just another song into a lovely summer memory.
These Red Sox. We just can't quit on them. Because they don't seem ready to quit on this season. Chad Finn joined me earlier to talk about the road ahead, who we'd like to stay (and go), Jon Lester, Xander Bogaerts, Will Middlebrooks and more. More
Our good friend Geoff Edgers from the Boston Globe will emcee and vocalist Ingrid Gerdes and guitarist Milton Reder will perform at the Amy WineHOUSE Party, which will celebrate the life of the late singer with a screening of the documentary of "The Day She Came To Dingle" and a live set this Wednesday, July 3 at Johnny D's in Somerville. Listen to Ingrid and Milton perform. More
The RadioBDC Music Video Roundup is back with videos from Jenny Lewis, Alt-J, Bleachers, and Weird Al. Listen to Grrl Power every Wednesday and Sunday night at 9pm, only on RadioBDC. To view the full playlists from last week, click here. Today’s Henry in the Grub was brought to you Dom’s Sausage, so it was only fitting that Nancy and Ashley from Dom’s joined us in studio. Oh, and it didn’t hurt to have Jenny Johnson from BDCnow along for the ride, either! I grew up north of Boston, so you can take Cape Cod and your summer-long traffic jam and cram it: the Granite State is where it’s at for summertime fun as far as I’m concerned. Maine is fantastic, too, and will probably get some love later this summer, but right now we’re focusing on the... Read more » I recently filled a 4:00 Free-For-All with songs that were summertime hits in the 1980s. I know not everyone got to tune in, so here’s the mix, for your listening pleasure. We talked Red Sox round-robin style this week with Steve Silva and Chad Finn from Boston.com Sports, shining a light on the few bright spots of the season so far, listing changes we’d like to see in the second half, and reminiscing about the Good Olde Days, when the All-Star Game was actually a blast... Read more » Boston chef Eric Brennan of Post 390 stopped by to talk about their pop-up “Whim dinner” at Smolak Farms on Wednesday.
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