Venue Details

3 Star Starred
House of Blues
15 Lansdowne St. Boston, MA 02215
888-693-2583
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Chris Murphy
Definitely eat before you go. I like Boston Beer Works down the street, or Landsdowne Pub next door
Patty Griffin dining Jun 11 2014 star this tip starred
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If you're driving and it is a Sunday, there is no permit parking. You should be able to find street parking if you're diligent. Then, you don't need to pay the $20 parking and wait in lines.
Emmylou Harris: Wrecking Ball Tour travel Apr 14 2014 star this tip starred
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Reviews & Ratings

9 ratings
4.6 average rating
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7 events
5 reviews
2 stars
1 events
1 review
5 stars
attended Aug 22 2014

Awesome show. Definitely a fan of Jonny Lang and the great deal on ticket price. Wouldn't recommend eating at House of Blues though. Food at bar was a disappointment. Lang put on a great show. I'll watch for him to be in town again.

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1 events
1 review
0 stars
attended Aug 22 2014

I am so glad you asked! First, Johnny Lang was kick-ass and I'm apologize to Johnny to suffer with a 1 star rating for the sins of the joint. Having said that the House of Blues did exactly that - made me and my girlfriend seriously blue and...continued

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Website

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Description

With a stunningly soulful voice and powerful guitar chops beyond his years, Jonny Lang is a rare talent. He’s equally well-known for his wailing blues riffs on “Lie to Me” and “Still Rainin’” as well as his heartbreakingly tender ballads “Red Light,” “Breakin’ Me” and “Walking Away.” Lang recently released his first album in seven years, Fight For My Soul, featuring the single “Blew Up (The House).” After making his debut at 14, the Grammy winner went on to tour with the Rolling Stones, Buddy Guy, Aerosmith, Jeff Beck and many more. In 2004, guitar god Eric Clapton asked Lang to play at the Crossroads Guitar Festival. This blues legend in the making is sure to bring down the house.