Jed Gottlieb, The Lowell Sun

Jed Gottlieb

The Lowell Sun

Boston, MA, United States

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Past articles by Jed:

Festival has broad appeal to a lot of ‘folks’ – Lowell Sun

It took Kevin Dwyer years to get his family to understand that folk music is more than Joan Baez and Bob Dylan. Lots more. “It’s not just Newport Folk Festival in the ’60s, it goes beyond that,” Dw… → Read More

Some ‘can’t miss’ acts at the Lowell Folk Festival

The Lowell Folk Festival only features folk music. If you think that limits the fest, take a look at some of the styles from the 2022 lineup of artists: blues, bluegrass, balafon, bomba and bijou c… → Read More

Paul McCartney’s music & magic still going strong at Fenway show

McCartney gets an absurd amount of respect. He might deserve a bit more. → Read More

Buy locally, help out locally: Gifts that give back

Each of these spots supports important causes through the purchases you make. → Read More

Billy Conway kept the beat strong for Morphine, Treat Her Right

Where his peers got bigger, louder, faster in the age of bombastic grunge, thrash metal and furious pop punk, Conway pulled his sound from the astral plane – he lived to serve the song with a steady thump or hi hat hit. → Read More

No static at all in Steely Dan’s wild, stellar Orpheum concert

Guitarist Jon Herington spent Wednesday night at the Orpheum gleefully tying and untying knots. → Read More

No static at all in Steely Dan’s wild, stellar Orpheum concert

Guitarist Jon Herington spent Wednesday night at the Orpheum gleefully tying and untying knots. Herington tightened and unlaced the melodic knots Steely Dan’s Donald Fagen and the late Walter Becke… → Read More

Fall’s playlist is lovely, dark and deep – and local

With those candy-covered Songs of Summer in the rearview, here are five new favorites for autumn from local luminaries. → Read More

Building your vinyl collection? Here are 3 to splurge on

Remember reading about that vinyl fad a decade ago? Well, the fad has grown into the dominant physical music format. → Read More

New venues rise, favorites rebound post-pandemic

Here are five spots to take in established stars and your next favorite band. → Read More

Siblings Jocelyn & Chris went to Harvard, got a rock career

The pair spent most of their time taking the T to South Station to board buses bound for clubs and concert halls around the East Coast. → Read More

Disco meets ‘Rumors’ in Amy Douglas’s new project Hard Feelings

When British producer Joe Goddard sent New York singer-songwriter Amy Douglas the basic track that would come to underpin “Holding On Too Long,” Douglas instantly knew the song she wanted to build around it. → Read More

Musical ‘Hadestown’ has mythic message: love can be hell

“Hadestown” reinvents the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice -- in which Orpheus must descend into the underworld to rescue his love, Eurydice -- while intertwining it with the story of King Hades and his wife Persephone. → Read More

Beabadoobee brings viral rock star energy to real world tour

The Philippines-born, London-raised singer-songwriter-guitarist continues to parlay her online stardom into the physical world on her current U.S. tour, which stops at Royale on Friday. → Read More

Jazz guitarist Wooten answers classical call with BSO concerto debut

A bass guitar player who somehow manages to encompass Bootsy Collins’ groove, Eddie Van Halen’s virtuosity and Herbie Hancock's inventiveness, Wooten could become a modern Rachmaninov. → Read More

Lady Macbeth takes new beats in ‘Stride’ at A.R.T.

“Macbeth in Stride" uses pop, rock, gospel, and r&b to trace the tragic arc of Lady Macbeth, Oct. 23 to Nov. 14 at the American Repertory Theater’s Loeb Drama Center. → Read More

Side Pony rides out pandemic with new musical purpose

Sparked by a budding friendship and a songwriting connection, the pair formed the band Side Pony. During the heart of the pandemic, the two spent Wednesdays writing songs via Zoom -- Wallace in Nashville, Cannon in Durango, Colorado. And those songs were amazing. → Read More

GA-20 is a magical blues trio

Alligator Records founder Bruce Iglauer heard something magical in the sound of New England band GA-20. He wasn’t the first to fall under the blues trio’s spell. “Bruce has seen us in Chicago the last time we went through and really liked us,” guitarist Matt Stubbs told the Herald. “He reached out in July of 2020 about working with Alligator but we were already committed to Colemine.” This is a… → Read More

Emotional Oranges leave ego, and names, at the door

The pop duo understands everything needs to be in service to the song, collaboration means stepping out of the spotlight sometimes, and a happy partnership equals a long career. → Read More

Enrique Iglesias promises something big as tour hits TD Garden

Back in March of 2020, Iglesias and Ricky Martin announced a tour only to have it canceled a few weeks later. Now, Iglesias promises something huge. → Read More