Happy Halloween Boston! Isn’t it great that Halloween 2015 falls on a Saturday night? Are you dressing up? Send us those photos so we can post them. Or add them at the bottom of this article. We want your pictures! Here’s a few suggestions for a spooktacular weekend of music.
That hard rocking metal band, Still Well Angel, will be at Uncle Eddie’s Oceanside Tavern, 8 Ocean Front N, in Salisbury on Friday, October 30. Joining them are three more hard rock metal bands, White Knuckle Black Out, Flight of Fire, and Echoes In The Void.
Still Well Angel, a Boston based band, hits the stage with passion and raw energy. Their first full length album, “No Halo”, was released in the spring 2015 and was followed by a seven state tour. You may need earplugs for this show, it can get pretty loud with these bands. Find all four bands on Facebook for more information.
Killer Tofu wants to celebrate Halloween with you at Devlin’s, 332 Washington Street in Boston on Friday, October 30. They are Boston’s premier 90’s live music presentation and bring you jams, those MTV raps, and some low down dirty grunge. Costumes are encouraged for this Halloween bash! Find this band on Facebook. For more info on this event: (617) 779-8822
Country classic band, Thirty 6 Red, is celebrating Halloween on Saturday, October 31, at the Whitman VFW, 95 Essex Street in Whitman. This event is a fund raiser with all proceeds going to the Jimmy Fund. There will be a 50/50 raffle, a prize for best costume, and a chance to win a private suite for 10 at a Bruins home game. Chicago Steve, will be featured on drums with Thirty 6 Red for this show.
Hear Now Live presents the winners of the New England Music Awards, Last Band Standing, The Dirty Dotty’s, on Saturday, October 31 at Cuisine en Locale, 156 Highland Ave in Somerville. Joining the Dirty Dotty’s are three more bands for one heck of a show. They are Rolling Nectar, Mammothor, and The Functionals. For more info: (617) 285-0167
Thunder Road Halloween party featuring Lovesexy, a tribute to the music of Prince, will be performing at the Thunder Road Music Club & Rock n’ Roll Bistro, 379 Somerville Ave in Somerville on Saturday, October 31. Lovesexy is a six piece band who perform a wide range of Prince’s catalog. The band came together in 2009 by three local Boston musicians who all shared a love for the artist. They won’t be wearing outlandish costumes, rather their focus is on the music and song writing. For ticket info: (617) 776-7623
What better place to spend Halloween night, than in Salem. Country singer and song writer Annie Brobst will be playing with her band at the Salem Knights of Columbus, 94 Washington Square East in Salem on October 31. Grab those cowboy boots and git out on that dance floor with this gal! Go to Eventbrite for ticket info on this show.
Matthew Stubbs & The Antiguas will be rocking the world famous Plough & Stars, 912 Massachusetts Ave in Cambridge on Saturday, October 31. Stubbs, a Berklee College of Music alum, The band plays new instrumental verbed out soul with a garage twang. Stubbs is a band leader and a composer who has a reputation as a blues & roots guitarist. He has several recordings to date and has shared the stage with the likes of BB King, Peter Wolf of the J. Geils Band and so many of the great blues and jazz musicians of our day. This will be a great show! Call for more info: (617) 576-0032