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Watch ‘Laurel Canyon.’ Then listen to these five albums

The docu-series about the LA music scene in the late '60s to mid-70s shone a bright light on some legendary artists. Now's a good time to hear them again at their best.

Great Scott’s landlord lines up a new tenant for the club’s space

The announcement comes days after longtime club booking agent Carl Lavin raised nearly $200,000 through a crowdfunded investment campaign to revive the spot.

10 promising Tanglewood concerts to catch online

Our critics' picked their favorite online music events from the 2020 festival.

Boston Pops’ July Fourth broadcast will mix new performances with past highlights

"A Boston Pops Salute to Our Heroes" will honor front-line workers and acknowledge the fight against racism.

How Tanglewood will work for online listeners

A guide to the original content and encore concerts offered in place of this year's summer festival.

Andris Nelsons on stepping back from his whirlwind schedule and preparing for streaming concerts

The BSO music director spoke with the Globe this week from Germany.

Dad rock, Steely Dan, and why there’s more there than meets the ear

Steely Dan just pretended to be dad rock while playing a much longer and weirder game.

Record stores are getting their groove back

With doors opening again, several New England vinyl sellers say they survived the shutdown by boosting their online presence.