PopCorner: A weekly look at the music scene in the Berkshires and beyond.


  • October 18, 1996: Pittsfield native Carl Bowlby to inaugurate Studio stage
  • October 10, 1996: A Guardian angel for The Nields
  • October 3, 1996: From Wavy Gravy to Boxing Gandhis
  • September 26, 1996: Lord Hill's Latest Captures the Berkshire Sound
  • September 12, 1996: Summer 1996 Was, Not Was
  • September 5, 1996: Red-headed, but no stranger
  • August 29, 1996: Perpetuating America's Jazz Legacy
  • August 22, 1996: Making old-world music new
  • August 15, 1996: David Byrne's "Desire" ain't no party, ain't no disco
  • August 8, 1996: Folk series to bring Van Ronk, Bill Staines, Richie Havens
  • August 1, 1996: Richard Nader: At the Foundation of the Music at the Foundation
  • July 25, 1996: Bluegrass attracts diverse audience, including college president's daughter
  • July 18, 1996: Guitarists face off at Bucksteep
  • July 11, 1996: Ed Kohn's Kid's-Eye View
  • July 4, 1996: Cornershop's British-Indian Fusion
  • June 27, 1996: Greg Greenway's Struggle
  • June 20, 1996: Surfing for Lollapalooza
  • June 13, 1996: Crofut and Brubeck: Musica Americana
  • June 6, 1996: Wailers Keep Bob Marley's Legacy Alive
  • May 31, 1996: A Homecoming for Bruce Hays
  • May 24, 1996: Anglo-Celtic Folk
  • May 17, 1996: Summer Wish List
  • May 10, 1996: The Other Side of Summer
  • May 3, 1996: Summer 1996 Takes Shape
  • April 19, 1996: Bill Morrissey: Writing in Four-Four Time
  • April 12, 1996: It Don't Matter What League You're In
  • April 5, 1996: Berkshire Bands Hit a Groove
  • March 29, 1996: Invasion of the Singer-Songwriters
  • March 22, 1996: Springing Into the Concert Season
  • March 15, 1996: New Sounds and Old From Arlo Guthrie
  • February 16-22, 1996: A Tasty Blues Barbecue
  • February 9, 1996: Cormac Mccarthy To Perform At BCC


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