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Wilbur Theatre

246 Tremont St., Boston, MA, 02116
(617) 931-2000; 617-248-9700

Created by BillBlumenreichPresents

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Wilbur Theatre
246 Tremont St.
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 931-2000; 617-248-9700
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The Winery Dogs
The Winery Dogs
It would be easy to call The Winery Dogs a supergroup: Vocalist and guitarist Richie Kotzen made his mark with Poison and Mr. Big, bassist Billy Sheehan has been rocking for decades with Steve Vai, David Lee Roth, Mr....
The Manhattan Transfer
The Manhattan Transfer
The Manhattan Transfer are one of the most popular and acclaimed vocal ensembles in all of contemporary music, with numerous platinum albums and eight Grammy Awards to their credit. While jazz is now only a part of their repertoire (pop, R&B, Brazilian, and doo-wop stylings have added to their far-reaching appeal), when the group first formed, the idea was to arrange their voices as if they were the saxophone section of the Basie Big Band....
Human Nature
Human Nature
In the style of the vocal boy bands of the time, Human Nature became Australia's most successful pop group of the '90s and beyond, outselling all of their international contemporaries. Australia had seen entries into the R&B vocal era via CDB, Kulcha, and Past to Present, but no serious contender in the '90s trend toward vocal pop groups....
Tom Bailey
Tom Bailey
As the lead singer of the Thompson Twins, Tom Bailey became one of the most influential artists in synth pop. Although the Thompson Twins were too eclectic to be tagged as synth pop -- the band juggled a stylistic menu that included funk, punk, disco, and rock -- Bailey helped skeptics to realize that not all electronic music was fronted by icy, monotone vocalists....
Howard Jones
Howard Jones
King of peppy, mid-'80s British synth-pop. ~ Rovi
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(no rating) Aug 11, 2009 - jennhick
Comedy Connection

I bought tickets unknowing that the theatre had been taken over by the comedy connection. We dressed for the "theatre", and were very disappointed when we arrived at the "theatre". We found all of the theatre seats had been removed and we were squished into tiny table that hold 2 drinks, with 5 or 6 chairs per table - just like the sardine can they called the old comedy connection. There is only popcorn to eat and NO ALCOHOL -- a very disappointing evening. Jaime Kennedy was great, but I won't soon be going back to be stuffed into a seat that I can barely fit in. (and I'm only 5' tall and 129 lbs)

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Upcoming Events
08/01 8:00 pm The Winery Dogs
08/02 7:30 pm That Metal Show: Eddie Trunk Jim Florentine & Don Jamieson
08/08 8:00 pm The Manhattan Transfer
08/13 8:00 pm The Cult
08/15 7:30 pm NoFilter Grace Helbig Hannah Hart & Mamrie Hart
08/16 7:00 pm Sullivan & Son Comedy Tour
08/17 7:30 pm Human Nature
08/24 8:00 pm Retro Futura with Tom Bailey and Howard Jones
08/30 7:00 pm Jim Breuer
09/03 8:00 pm Jeff Bridges & The Abiders
09/06 7:00 pm Maz Jobrani
09/12 7:30 pm Frank Santos Jr.
09/13 7:00 pm Loni Love
09/14 7:30 pm Chris Isaak
09/18 8:00 pm Leo Kottke
09/19 7:30 pm Sommore
09/20 7:00 pm The Dan Band
09/21 3:00 pm Judy Collins
7:00 pm Judy Collins
09/24 8:00 pm Bruce Hornsby
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