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Boston: 40 Years and Still Rocking

It’s been 40 years, and Boston can still pack the place. The band rocked a sold-out Pier Six Pavilion on Saturday, playing a 26-song set that included staples Rock & Roll Band, Smokin’ and Amanda.

Here’s a look at the memorable night.

 

Boston sold every ticket at Pier Six Pavilion on Saturday.

Boston sold every ticket at Pier Six Pavilion on Saturday.

 

Boston bassist Tracy Ferrie

Boston bassist Tracy Ferrie

 

Boston keyboardist Beth Cohen also played guitar and sang lead on a few songs, including Higher Power and Walk On.

Boston keyboardist Beth Cohen also played guitar and sang lead on a few songs, including Higher Power and Walk On.

 

It was a beautiful spring night for a concert at Pier Six Pavilion on Saturday.

It was a beautiful spring night for a concert at Pier Six Pavilion on Saturday.

 

Boston played 26 songs on Saturday night, including many from its first three albums.

Boston played 26 songs on Saturday night, including many from its first three albums.

 

Baltimore's Rob Fahey & The Pieces opened for Boston on Saturday night.

Baltimore’s Rob Fahey & The Pieces opened for Boston on Saturday night.

 

Boston played Pier Six Pavilion on Saturday night for the first time since 2014 and for just the third time since 2004.

Boston played Pier Six Pavilion on Saturday night for the first time since 2014 and for just the third time since 2004.

 


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Chris Swanson

Chris Swanson had bled orange and purple since moving to Baltimore in 1985. Swanson, a Catonsville resident and father of four, has a Communications degree from Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio. Contact the author.
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