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Boston weekend music by Amy Nachbar

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Temptress', the band, returns home to Boston for an early show at 6:00 p.m. at TT the Bears, 10 Brookline Street in Cambridge for an AIDS Walk fund raiser and a 5K run.

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Temptress is a theatrical band who perform all over the country and have been on most of the television talk show circuit. Visit the bands website for upcoming dates and more info: www.TemptressRocks.com.

Also at TT the Bears on Friday night for the AIDS fund raiser are the bands, "Girl on Top" and "Poets and Madmen."

Girl on Top vocalist, Karen DeBiasse started the band in1988 and has been playing regularly throughout New England and New York. The band won 1st Place in an International Music Search for Meridian Records, was named Top Band in 2013 by Metronome Magazine, and was Runner Up in the Ticket Master Showcase Contest. DeBiasse also won a local Boston award for Most Voluptuous Performer. Fifteen of their songs have been placed in Independent Films. They have opened for such bands as The Goo Goo Dolls, Extreme and Tracy Bonham. For more band info go to their website: www.girlontop.com

Poets & Madmen are an alternative hip hop group from Boston. They are a combination or funk, reggae and are a jam band. It's rock over hip hop with danceable beats. The band presents vocal phrasings reminiscent of Eminem, Tupac, Sage Francis and a host of others from a new generation of determination. For more info go here: https://www.facebook.com/PoetsandMadmenOfficial

The early show starts at 6:00 p.m. with Poets and Madmen, Girl On Top and Temptress. Following the live music there's a Heroes Dance Party. All are encouraged to stick around!

"Infected Mushroom" known for their electronic dance music and being the sonic innovators of the "Psychedelic Trance" genre, will be at House of Blues, 15 Lansdowne Street, Boston on Friday, February 28, 2014. It's been three years since the success of their 2009 album, The Legend of the Black Shawarma" and now Erez Eisen and Amit "Duvdey" Duvdevani deliver their most multi faceted album, "Army of Mushrooms." They were twice ranked one of the "10 Best DJ's by DJ Magazine, a publication based in the UK, hold the #8 position on the Billboard Chart and have over 14 million hits on You Tube. Don't plan to sit down at House of Blues on Friday!

Catch the Diezel Diezelband, on Friday night, who will be playing at the Bell in Hand Tavern, 45-55 Union Street, Boston (617)227-2098. Diezel was formed in 2007 and covers a wide variety of songs from heavy to poppy, rock to rap, edgy to mellow and the list goes on. Constantly adapting, Diezel gears out sets toward each individual club to blend with the atmosphere of each venue.

The Throwdown Blues Band will be throwing it down at the Presidents Rock Club, 1546 Hancock Street, Quincy (617)770-7900 on Friday night, February 28, 2014. The ThrowDown Band exploded onto the Boston music scene in late 2009, and in a short time they attained the reputation of a band to be reckoned with in the New Blues Era; they are widely regarded as the next big act to come out of Boston. ThrowDown’s first release, “Let Sleeping Dogs Lie”, was selected as the ‘Best Self-produced CD’ by the Boston Blues Society, and has been submitted to the IBC for inclusion in the 2012 International Blues Competition, in Memphis. An aggressive, take no prisoners, guitar-shredding, soul-screaming approach to music puts them in a hard-to-define, multi-genre rock/electric-blues/rock category.

On Saturday, March 1, 2014, the Diezel Diezelband will be performing their 300th show at the Skybox, 553 Main Street, Tewksbury (978) 851-4818.

Guitarist, Chris Fitz is playing Saturday night, March 1, 2014, at The Chicken Bone, 358 Waverly Street, Framingham, MA. (800) 946-4728

Chris Fitz broke into the Boston music scene back in 1994 after a 5 year stint in the San Francisco area. Chris honed his blues guitar chops by floating around all the blues clubs in the Bay Area and finding inspiration in the local and national blues artists who frequented them. He spent countless hours holed up in his apartment, guitar in hand and record player by his side, tirelessly teaching himself to sound like the great players he loved to watch live.

Fitz has received many Blues Audience Magazine Poll Awards over the years including Outstanding New England Guitarist in 2011, Outstanding Guitar Player 2010, Most Charismatic Entertainer in 2009 and many others.

And if you like the Allman Brothers then you'll like The Peacheaters who will be performing on Saturday at Firefly's, 350 East Main Street, Marlborough (508)357-8883

The Peacheaters formed their band in December of 2001. They've played shows from Boston to Florida and most notably famed BB King's Blues Club in Times Square, New York City, The Harley Rendevous and the House of Blues. The Peacheaters dig into the forty plus year career of the Allman Brothers Band. For more information on the band and upcoming gigs go to the bands website: http://peacheaters.com/gigs.cfm

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