Welcome to my blog, Rock on Boston!
I am currently a Senior (I can’t believe it) at Endicott College in Beverly, MA, and I am studying communications. For those of you who don’t live in Massachusetts, I grew up in Sudbury (or “the Bury” for people who live in Sudbury). I’m sure none of you have ever heard Sudbury but it’s about 45-minutes from Boston and Endicott is near Salem.
When I was growing up I remember how my father played: Train, The Goo Goo Dolls, Matchbox 20, The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, etc… throughout my house and outside. By my T.V. we have a cabinet that is filled with every CD and in my basement we have every record you could think of. Every weekend I listened to a new band/artist for the week. I honestly really remember listening to Train’s album, My Private Nation and Maroon 5’s album, Songs About Jane.
In middle school my dad purchased tickets to Coldplay’s concert. Even though my family had horrible seats I was hooked to attending concerts. I loved singing along with the crowd and shouting the lyrics. It was a really special moment for me when I watched Chris Martin sing one of my favorite songs, “The Scientist.”
Ever since Coldplay’s concert, my dad and I go to concerts together. It’s been our bonding moment/time. For my birthday present in high school he brought me to Train’s and Maroon 5’s concert.
I started to write this blog as a small project and I am so thankful I thought of it. I write about my favorite bands, new bands, interview artists, and update the concerts in the New England area. Please comment, follow, like, etc… my account! If you have any suggestion’s let me know! Enjoy and thanks for reading (if I have any readers),