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23 events
12 reviews
2 stars
Took the Orange Line to Back Bay & walked over to Tremont - parking is very scarce and paid parking is expensive
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27 events
17 reviews
3 stars
No need to get there early, seating didn't open until 15 mins before showtime
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"A Long and Winding Road"
17 ratings
4.5 average rating
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19 events
4 reviews
10 stars
attended Oct 25 2009

Brought back many happy memories. Maureen's voice and range are as good as ever. Wonderful performance.

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25 events
9 reviews
3 stars
attended Oct 25 2009

The program was definitely worth attending. Maureen's voice was a pleasure to listen to and the piano was true joy. As a woman of a like age, I especially appreciated the historical references and the photos of what we and our folks looked like in...continued

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10 events
7 reviews
15 stars
attended Oct 20 2009

LOVED this show! Went last night (with my VBTB Barb!) and enjoyed every minute - McGovern has an incredible voice...richer and more enhanced by her '59 and 12 12ths' years. Great retrospective of the Songs of Our Lives...and very talented...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“When I listen to Maureen sing, I discover new layers in songs I’ve known for decades. In this time of uncertainty and change in our country, her reintroduction of great American songs that inspired hope and purpose in a generation is cathartic and inspiring.” —Peter DuBois
“A captivating musical scrapbook from the 1960s to the early ’70s. Ms. McGovern is blessed with a vocal technique second to none.” —New York Times


Grammy Award winner and Pop icon Maureen McGovern’s moving musical memoir chronicles the moments that define the Baby Boomer generation, from the hope-filled years of the 1960s, through the dark years of Vietnam, Watergate, the Civil Rights Movement, the AIDS crisis, and on to today and the hope of a better tomorrow. Best known for her breakout hit, the Academy Award-winning “The Morning After,” McGovern returns to her roots as a folk singer as she performs the classic songs The New York Times has dubbed “the second half of the Great American Songbook,” including the music of Bob Dylan, Carole King, Randy Newman, The Beatles, Laura Nyro, and many more.