|Pownal 'Boogie' Concert Canceled
"Due to circumstances beyond our control and out of concern for the safety of the festival goers we have decided to cancel The Full Tilt Boogie 2015."
New Free Concert Series Brings Original Indie Rock, Folk To Pittsfield
"I don't think there is anything quite like this in Pittsfield, particularly in downtown Pittsfield." — Alan Bauman.
Tickets Go On Sale May 20 For 'Full Tilt Boogie'
Legendary Texas rockers ZZ Top and contemporary blues rock guitar slinger Gary Clark Jr. co-headline the festival, which also includes world-renowned and emerging artists Buddy Guy, Blackberry Smoke, The Marshall Tucker Band, Trigger Hippy, The Wood Broth
Concert, Beer Fest, Fireworks Lined Up For Pittsfield Common
"We are all looking forward to wrapping up this project." — James McGrath
Intergenerational Orchestra to Benefit Uganda School
"... one of the things the group became excited about is meeting virtually some of the girls from Grace Villa." — Molly Polk
North Adams Airport Commission OKs Concert Event
"We are seeing a potential issue with the neighborhood and we want to be mindful of that because it reflects poorly on us and the city." — Police Director Michael Cozzaglio
Classical Beat: Vermont Home to Some Hits This Week
Another gloriously diverse week of captivating music is in store for lovers of chamber vocal, voice with orchestra,
Berkshires Summer Concerts 2014
The Berkshires offers free concerts at a variety of venues during the summer.
Beck Brings Wall of Sound to Berkshires
"We are here to have fun and get slightly rowdy." — Beck
Longtime Drury Band Leader To Conduct Eagles Band
"It is an amazing group." — Carl Jenkins
New Concession Operator Chosen for Windsor Lake
"I'm not going to put my name out there on something I don't like." — Michael Marchesi
Mount Greylock Alum Jaffe Returns to Perform Benefit Concert
"I just generally hope people will get excited about the schools." — Ben Jaffe
Pittsfield Parks Prepare For Warmer Days Ahead
"This way we can start construction as soon as the ground allows, and finally put this project to rest." — Anthony DiMartino