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The Black Crowes headline Big Brothers Big Sisters benefit at House of Blues

With two live rock bands for a tremendous and heartfelt cause, Boston’s House of Blues and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay team up for the 15th annual ‘Big Night Boston’ on Saturday night, February 8! Rock band ‘The Black Crowes’ and indie-pop band Fitz and the Tantrums will take the stage at this special benefit dedicated to supporting local youth. DJ Kupah will also provide additional entertainment for this ‘Big Night!’ The evening takes place at the House of Blues Boston, 15 Landsdowne Street in Boston, Massachusetts and kicks off with a VIP Pre-party at 6 p.m.

Chris Robinson of The Black Crowes performs at Best Buy Theater on October 31, 2010 in New York City.
Chris Robinson of The Black Crowes performs at Best Buy Theater on October 31, 2010 in New York City.
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The Black Crowes and Fitz and the Tantrums headline this incredible event!
Courtesy of Big Brother Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay

Headliner The Black Crows has been listed as VH-1’s top 100 ‘Greatest Artists of Hard Rock,’ having performed together since 1989. Their most recent album is called ‘Croweology’ and their most popular hits include ‘Hard to Handle,’ and ‘She Talks to Angels.’

Having made their way around the late night talk scene with ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live,’ ‘The Tonight Show,’ ‘Conan,’ and ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,’ indie pop band, ‘Fitzsimmons and the Tantrums’ just released an album last year called ‘More than Just a Dream.’

Reach into your inner rock star, as ‘Big Night’ encourages guests to dress in a ‘Chic Vintage Rocker’ look. For details of this fun dress code, hotel accommodations, and special travel deals, click here. The night will also feature delectable food, a cocktail party, and plenty of dancing.

This exciting evening will benefit Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay. Their vision, according to their website, is “to provide children who lack positive adult role models with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships with caring, responsible adults that change their lives for the better forever.” Visit for further information on upcoming events, their mission, and how to support their cause.

Visit for how to be a part of this stellar evening!

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