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POST-GAZETTE, AUGUST 9, 2013 Page 11 NOW UPTOWN & DOWNTOWN EVENTS Don't miss The September 30tht. details. Flaming Lips at Agannis Arena on Check the MUSIC section for more MUSIC BANK OF AMERICA PAVILION 290 Northern Ave., Boston, MA BACKSTREET BOYS, JESSE MCCARTNEY AND DJ PAULY D -- August 12th. This is one live perfor- mance that one should not miss. Com- ing to Boston this season are the dy- namic Backstreet Boys accompanied by the likes of Jesse McCartney and DJ Pauly D. The fans of these spec- tacular music artists are in for a real treat as they celebrate some of their chart-topping numbers at the Bank of America Pavilion as they perform in front of the gathered fans and music lovers. This concert is sure to be one of those live performances that will blow your mind away. IL VOLO -- September 14th. Here is the chance for the II Volo fans to catch them live in action. The band that comprises of the musical trio will be seen performing live at the Bank of America Pavilion. The trio will be performing on the 14th of September 2013. The trio are known for their operatic pop style of music and are from Italy. pursue a career in country music. He signed to Broken Bow Records in late 2011 and released his debut single "Cowboys and Angels" in January 2012. MATCHBOX TWENTY & THE GO0 GO0 DOLLS -- August 18th. Matchbox Twenty released their de- but album, Yourself or Someone Like You, in 1996. While their first single, Long Day, was a rock radio-only suc- cess, the album soon spawned sev- eral Top 40 singles including Push, 3 A.M., Real World and Back 2 Good. The album sold more than 12 million copies in the U.S. alone. Before re- cording their second album, Rob Thomas collaborated with Itaal Shur on a song called Smooth for Carlos Santana's comeback album, Super- natural. Thomas was supposed to act only as a songwriter for Smooth, but Santana had him sing for it after hear- ing the song's demo. Smooth was the album's lead single. In 2000 Match- box Twenty released their second al- bum, Mad Seasons which includes such hits as Bent and Mad Seasons. Also appearing on this bill are the ever popular Goo Goo Dolls, whose hits include Iris, Slide and Black Balloon, just to name a few. TD GARDEN COMCAST CENTER 100 Legends Way, Boston, MA 886 S Main St, Mansfield, MA 617-624-1050 KEITH URBAN, LITTLE BIG MICHAEL BUBLE -- September 27. TOWN AND DUSTIN LYNCH -- Au- Touring in support of his new # 1 sell- gust 10. Keith Urban began playing a ing release, "To Be Loved," Michael ukulele at age 3, guitar at 6 and was Bubl6 has been called "one of the winning country-music talent shows most likeable performers on Earth." by 8. Moved from Australia to Nash- His previous Crazy Love Tour sold ville in 1992 and formed the three- out in 80 U.S. cities and was seen by man band the Ranch before develop- over two million fans worldwide. His ing his solo career. Little Big Town is stage show is propelled by a string of a country vocal quartet which began smash hits including his current single with Kimberly Roads and Karen "It's A Beautiful Day," "Haven't Met Fairchild, two Georgia natives who You Yet," "Home" and "Everything," began singing together in college, along with Michael's distinctive inter- Arkansas-born and Alabama-raised pretations of classics like "You Make Jlmi Westbrook, a friend of Fairchild's Me Feel So Young," "Young at Heart," husband, joined them to make a trio, and "You're Nobody 'til Somebody and the group was completed by the Loves You." "To Be Loved" is Bubl6's addition of Arkansan Phil Sweet in 4th consecutive No. I album. 1998. Dustln Lynch is an American NINE INCH NAILS -- October I I. country music singer and songwriter. On September 3, Columbia Records Lynch moved to Nashville in 2003 to will release Hesitation Marks, the new THEATER ITALIAN RADIO PROGRAMS "The Sicilian Corner" 10:00 am to 12 Noon every Friday with hosts Tom Zappala and Mike Lomazzo and "The Italian Show" with Nunzio DiMarca every Sunday from I0:00 am-l:00 pm. Go to www.1110wccman~conL "Italia Oggi" Sundays I:00 pm to 2:00 pm with host Andrea Urdi 1460 AM www.1460WXBR.con~ "Dolce Vita Radio" DJ Rocco Mesiti 11:00 am-l:00 pm Sundays 90.7 FM or online "The Nick Franciosa Show" Sundays from 12 Noon to 3:00 pm on WLYN 1360 AM and WAZN 1470 AM. "Guido Oliva Italian Hour" 8:00 am-9:00 am Sundays on WSRO 650 AM and online at "Radio Italia Unita" - Thursdays 2:00 pm-3:00 pm on radio or itunes, college radio click on Zumix. For more information, log onto www. italiaunita, org. "Tony's Place" on MusicAmerica WPLM FM 99.1 - Sundays 9:00 pm- 10:00 pm on MusicAmerica. Host Ron Della Chiesa presents Tony's Place. Visit www.MusicNotNoise,com. full-length album from Nine Inch Naris. Recorded in secret over the last year, Trent Reznor teamed with producers Atticus Ross and Alan Moulder to cre- ate the first new music from Nine Inch Naris in five years. Plans were also un- veiled for "Nine Inch Nails: Tension 2013" - a fall 2013 North American arena tour. Reznor says, "Tension picks up where Lights in the Sky left off. This is the full-on NIN live experi- ence realized as we never could before." AGANNIS ARENA 925 Commonwealth Ave., Boston 617-358-7000 www.BU.EDU/Agannis/ THE FLAMING LIPS -- Septem- ber 30. Even within the eclectic world of alternative rock, few bands were so brave, so frequently brilliant, and so deliciously weird as the Flaming Lips. From their mid-'90s pop culture break- through to their status as one of the most respected groups of the 2000s, the Lips rode one of the more surreal and haphazard career trajectories in pop music. An acid-bubblegum band with as much alTimty for sweet melo- dies as blistering noise assaults, their off-kilter sound, uncommon emotional depth, and bizarre history firmly es- tablished them as true originals.The Flaming Lips will be hitting the road in support of their thirteenth studio album, THE TERROR. Don't miss your chance to experience the fun when The Flaming Lips come to Agganis Arena this September! AGANNIS ARENA 925 Commonwealth Ave., Boston 617-358-7000 www.BU.EDU /Agannis / AMERICAN IDOL LIVE! -- returns this summer on August 19th for another hit Tour to showcase the season's talented top Finalists. AMERICAN IDOL LIVE! gives fans the unique opportunity to be up close and personal with Season 12 Idol Finalists Amber Holcomb, Angie Miller, Burnell Taylor, Candice Glover, Curtis Finch Jr, Devin Velez, Janelle Arthur, Kree Harrison, Lazaro Arbos and Paul Jolley. Plus, Aubrey Cleland joins the Tour as the 11th Idol Finalist thanks to the AT&T AMERICAN IDOL@ LIVE! Tour Fan Save, voted on by the Idol fans. Finalists will per- form favorite moments from the sea- Son as well as never before seen performances. CASINO BALLROOM 160 Ocean Boulevard, Hampton Beach, NH 803-929-410 ROCK 'N" BLUES FEST -- August 21. The ultimate Rock and Blues festival featuring some of the most talented bands of one of the most classic eras of rock. Ten Years After, Edgar Winter, Canned Heat, Rick Derringer, Pat Travers. Five great acts, one low price, grab your tix. REAGLE MUSIC THEATRE 617 Lexington St., Waltham, MA 781-891-5600 LES MISERABLES -- Through August 18th. The celebrated Tony and Oscar-winning musical makes its long-awaited Reagle debut in a sump- tuous and exciting new production! Featuring: "I Dreamed a Dream," "One Day More," Castle on a Cloud," and "On My Own." This classic show was called "Thrilling, Spectacular. and Un- forgettable," by The New York Times and The AP said,"Its melodies are as grandiose as the story, stirring, tune- ful and totally capturing the emotion of the moment." REMEMBERING THE 40'S -- September 28th and 29th. Stroll down Memory Lane revisiting America's greatest generation during the war years. Delight once again in the sights of the 1940's -- and oh, those incred- ible, unforgettable songs! The War Front, Home Front, Big Band Beat, Swing, Radio and 40's Hollywood and Broadway share center stage in our loving tribute. This is one from the heart! Of course, all WWII vets are admitted flee -- as honored guests. COLONIAL THEATER 106 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 617-482-9393 MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET -- October 8 - 20. Million Dollar Quartet is the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, inspired by the electrifying true story of the famed recording session that brought together rock 'n' roll icons Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins for the first and only time. This musical brings you inside the recording studio with four major talents who came together as a red-hot rock 'n' roll band for one unforgettable night. evening in August. Past performers include Slick Rick, CL Smooth and Rakim. BOSTON GREENFEST 2013 -- August 15-17. Free fun fully- inclusive multicultural environmen- tal music festival with over 200 exhib- itors and vendors, more than 80 live performances on 4 stages. Green- FilmFest, Boston EcoPageant Interna- tional, Forums, EcoArt, EcoPoetry and plenty more! I00,000 attendees ex- pected. Sunday the event coincides with The Movement Festival, offering dance performances and free dance and movement classes. WGBH 1 Guest Street, Boston, MA BOSTON COMMON FROG POND studiotours Tremont Street, Boston WGBH STUDIO TOURS --On- 617-635-2120 going. Go behind the scenes for a free 45-minute tour of WGBH's all- SUMMER YOGA Tuesdays from digital studios at One Guest Street in 6:00 to 7:15 pm: through August 27th. Boston's Brighton neighborhood. FREE Summer Yoga will feature a vi- brant group of instructors who will Wednesdays: 2:00 pm 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month: 2:00 pm provide power vinyasa flow for stu- All tours are wheelchair accessible. dents of all levels. Class is held on the lawn adjacent to the Frog Pond Accessibility tours for visual or hear- carousel. Limited mats and blocks are ing impaired can be arranged. available to borrow -- please bring your own ff you are able. CITY HALL PLAZA Government Center, Boston BOSTON URBAN MUSIC FESTI- VAL -- August 10th. Expanding on the Peace Hip Hop Concert, with its message of "peace," local and national performers will gather together to celebrate this new show that will showcase the very best in urban music. This free event takes place on City Hall Plaza on a Saturday FANEUIL HALL MARKET PLACE Boston, MA SUMMER BLINK! A LIGHT AND SOUND EXTRAVAGANZA -- Until September 2. This summer, enjoy a special edition of Blink! A Light & Sound Extravaganza, with nightly per- formances that will transform every inch of America's first open market- place. Featuring the song "Dirty Water" by The Standells. This magi- cal and unforgettable show uses over 350,000 LED lights to illuminate Boston's skyline. Show begins at 8 PM and run every 30 minutes in the South Market until 9:30 PM (Sunday - Thursday) and 10 PM (Friday & Saturday) i!iiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiii!~!i!;iiiiiiiiii!~iiiiii!~iliiiiii j!iiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiii!iii!iiiiiiiiiii!iiiiii ~ !!iiiiiii!i!i!iiiiiiiii!iiiiiii!iiiii!i! ~iiiiiii!iii!iiiiiii!iiii!i!iiiii ~i!~iiii!iiiiii ~iiiiiiiii!iiiii!iii!iiiiiiiiiii!iii! ~ii ~iiiiiiiiil ~!iiii!!iiiiiiii!ii!iiiiiiii!i! ~i! ~iiii!i!iiiiiiiii ~i!iii!iliiiiiiiiii!~iii!iii!i!i~iiiiiiiiiiiii!i~i!iiiiii~iiiii ~il ~iiiiii!~i~i-il ~il ~iiii!iiizliiiiiiii!ii~i! i~i!!!i~!ii~i~iii ~ii i!ili~iiii~ii~!ii~ii~i~iiii!~ iii ii! iii i i i ii iiiiiiii ii!iii iiiiii iiiiiiii!iiiiii iiiiiiiiii i i i iiii!i ii iiiiii !ii ! ii i i! i iiii i !iil ii ii iiii ii iiiiiii!Ci i!ili !!iiiiiiiiiiiiii!! I ! OCT 6 I Brown University, Providence. Cameristi della Scala performing Verdi. PROVIDENCE NOV 13-171 ~/he Paramount, Boston. Compagnia Marionette Carlo Colla e Figli Presents "q]ae Sleeping Beauty." BOSTON OCT 16 I Center for European Studies, Harvard University. "Salvemini Colloquium" on Italian history and culture with Prof. Massimo Salvadori. CAMBRIDGE OCT 30 I Brown University, Providence. "Giornata di studi sull'Italia" With the presence of Romano Prodi. PROVIDENCE NOV 1-10 1 Dartmouth College, University of Rhode Island. Italian preeminent authors: Carmine Abbate at URI and Dartmouth. HANOVER, KINGSTON NOV8 1 Emmanuel College, Boston. "The Meaning of Machiavellfs Prince." Lecture by Prof. Maurizo Viroli (Princeton). BOSTON NOV 23 I Brown University, Providence. Internatbnal Prize: "Boccaccio Afterlife." In cooperation with the America~ Boccaccio Association (ABA) and the Town of Certaldo on the occsion of the 700~h anniversary of Giovanni Boccaccio. PROVIDENC~ FALL 20131 Providence. De Chirico Exhibition. PRO~/DENCE OCT 4 I Harvard University, Cambridge. International :onference on "Galileo and Sunspots." Organized by Museo Gali:o, Firenze Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica, Harvard University. In ooperation with NASA. CAMBRIDGE OCT 28 ] Boston. PIB Seminar Series: "Italian and Ameri:an Policies on Biomedical Research." BOSTON SEP 13-29 I Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts. Harvard University, Cambridge. "New Italian Cinema," in cooperation with Cinecitta' and Harvard Film Archive. CAMBRIDGE b