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Juliana Hatfield

Saturday, January 27, 2024

Show | 8:00PM // Doors | 7:30PM

$29.5 to $45

Type: Concerts

Juliana Hatfield’s 35-year career has seen her an underground darling, cultural emblem and a time-tested veteran whose tender singing and exemplary guitar playing is an iconic and enduring pinnacle of indie and alternative rock. In 1986, she co-founded Boston indie-rock trio the Blake Babies with Freda Love and John Strohm, injecting a glassy pop sensibility and keen knack for melody into the East Coast’s vibrant underground rock scene, which included Dinosaur Jr., the Pixies and The Lemonheads. Her 1992 debut solo album, Hey Babe, proved Hatfield a force in her own right. Its 11 tracks of melodic alt-rock portend the explosion of her singular blend of hard and soft (and also the cultural impact of grunge figureheads Nirvana, detailed in the album’s song of the same name). That’s not to mention Hatfield’s crucial contribution as bassist and backing vocalist on The Lemonheads’ albums It’s a Shame About Ray (1992) and Come on Feel The Lemonheads (1993).

It was Hatfield’s 1993 album Become What You Are - released by The Juliana Hatfield Three - that marked her a star. Its runaway single, “My Sister,” gave voice to women and girls worldwide. It topped the Billboard alternative chart in 1993, and the album was designated a rising phenomenon on the publication’s heatseekers index. “Spin the Bottle” was featured in Reality Bites, one of the era’s most celebrated films. Her follow-up album, Only Everything, produced two more celebrated singles, “Universal Heart-Beat” and “What a Life.” The same year, she contributed original song “So-Called Angels” to cult-favorite television show My So-Called Life, and made her acting debut on the show’s Christmas episode.

Hatfield has released 16 solo albums of stirring originals and imaginative covers. In 2001, she reconvened the Blake Babies for new album, God Bless the Blake Babies, and in 2016 collaborated with Replacements’ Paul Westerberg under the band name The I Don’t Cares. She’s adorned magazine covers and played the country’s most celebrated rock clubs but at her core Hatfield is an artist and a technician - a skilled singer, songwriter and player whose influence and endurance is all but unmatched.

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