Brad Delp

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Action Jackson

Locally, Loverless, This Way, and now Highway Jackson are forging a bit of a rock renaissance in Portland.
Screaming down the Highway, over the limit
By SAM PFEIFLE  |  March 04, 2009

Who are they?

As Beatle Juice was to the Beatles, so Slipkid are to the Who.
Gary Cherone tackles the Who with Slipkid
By JIM SULLIVAN  |  December 31, 2007

A tribute to Brad Delp

Brad Delp, singer for Boston and Beatles cover band Beatlejuice, was a rock-and-roll suicide.
Boston, Extreme, Godsmack, Bank of America Pavillion, August 19, 2007
By JIM SULLIVAN  |  August 20, 2007

America Blows

The United States of America is a nation with a proud history.
Since George W. Bush took office, the United States has sunk to unprecedented lows in sports and pop-culture domination
By MIKE MILIARD  |  June 29, 2007

Boston music news: June 22, 2007

Keith Lockhart doesn’t think the Edgefest mix is much different from when the Pops played with Duke Ellington.
Notes on the Boston Pops, Darkbuster, and Beatlejuice
By JIM SULLIVAN  |  June 19, 2007

Something for everybody

As that great philosopher Brian Wilson once observed, summer means fun.
This summer, New England’s music calendar offers everything from Neil Sedaka to Lez Zeppelin
By BRETT MILANO  |  June 11, 2007


Boston music news: April 20, 2007

“I wake up in the middle of the night and the reality of what happened hits me,” says Beatlejuice drummer Muzz.
Notes on Beatlejuice, Kristin Hersh, Scissormen, and more
By JIM SULLIVAN  |  April 17, 2007

Portland scene report: March 16, 2007

We won’t pretend to have been huge Bill Chinook aficionados, but news of his passing, possibly by suicide, certainly comes as sad news.
Sibilance starts now
By PORTLAND MUSIC STAFF  |  March 14, 2007

Too many shows

If this winter’s concert scene were a crazy tag-team wrestling match, rock would be the ass-kicking king of the ring.
A hot winter concert season
By TED DROZDOWSKI  |  December 28, 2006

Motley crews

The history of Boston rock and roll begins with these immortal words: “Ding! Dong! Ding ding dong! Ka-ding dong, ding dong ding!”
A short history of Boston rock
By BRETT MILANO  |  November 15, 2006