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Nov 28, 2015
By Amy Nachbar. A tribute concert at the Regent Theatre, celebrated the life and music of the Mighty Sam McCain. It brought musicians from different cities and countries together for a man who was a special friend to many and a special musical artist.
Jul 31, 2014
There was an extra surprise at the Boston-area premiere of the award-winning documentary, “Tom Rush: No Regrets,” at Arlington’s classic Regent Theatre late last month. While a Q&A session was expected at the end of the screening, Rush also treated fans to a three song, 15 minute set (“I don’t do two song sets,” he joked from the stage). Rush then entertained questions from the audience, along with filmmakers Todd Kwait and Rob Stegman, for another 20 minutes.
May 02, 2014
If you have ever thought to yourself, "A one-person show? Isn't that avante garde? Won't that be too artsy for me?" I'm here to tell you that you're wrong, and you should go see this show.
Feb 11, 2014
The celebrated post-punk band Mission of Burma played a benefit show for Somerville Local First at the Regent Theatre. Their instrumental interplay is more intuitive than ever.
Dec 18, 2013
On Sunday, December 15, 2013, the fifth annual Rock and Soul Holiday Show took place at the Regent Theatre in Arlington, Massachusetts. Examiner went backstage to share some of the evenings photos with you.
Aug 09, 2013
One of the original British Invasion bands (and one of the best), The Zombies performed (and sold-out) at the wonderfully renovated Regent Theatre in Arlington, MA on July 7, 2013. Lead singer Colin Blunstone revealed the age of the band on stage and it was amazing as The Zombies are in as great form now as they were during their early hit making days... it was great to see then in a venue more fitting for one of the coolest quintets of all time.
Aug 09, 2013
Thankfully, it turned out that the current incarnation of this initially short-lived British Invasion band was undead in the sense of being very much alive... the 90-minute set peaked with five choice cuts from 1968’s Odessey and Oracle, one of those albums that nobody bought when it was released but that nowadays better be in every record collection along with Something Else by The Kinks, Love’s Forever Changes, and Ogdens’ Nut Gone Flake by The Small Faces.
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