When looking at the music scene in a large city like Boston, one of the best ways to examine it is through the city’s music venues. Without a great variety of venues small and large, a city’s musical life does not have room to grow. Boston, however, has some of the finest venues in the country. Over the next few months, we will be taking you through nearly all the places to see music in the Boston area in the search for the best venue in the city. Our first stop: Brighton Music Hall Located in the heart of the Brighton/Allston neighborhood, this 476-capacity spot is one of the easiest places in the city to catch great up-and-coming rock and indie acts in an intimate setting. Because it is part of Crossroads Presents, a promotion company that runs multiple venues around town, they are able to book consistently exciting shows all year round, not an easy feat for a club of its modest size. I’ve had the pleasure of seeing such diverse acts such as Macklemore, Baths, The Lone Bellow, and The Milk Carton Kids all at the BMH. With a lengthy bar on each side and merch in the back, there is also no bad place to stand, allowing every audience member a great view of the next acts to make it big. Upcoming shows at Brighton Music Hall Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) 4 Responses Selected Sounds: 5 Upcoming Shows To See in Boston » Sound of Boston January 20, 2014 […] churns out a selection of laid-back tunes that will be fitting in the intimate atmosphere of Brighton Music Hall. He’s released quite a lot of albums since his first in 1997, so the setlist is sure to […] Reply Damien Jurado - 1/23/14 - Brighton Music Hall » Sound of Boston February 1, 2014 […] which has a fuller, layered sound than previous releases, Damien Jurado stood alone on stage at Brighton Music Hall last week. “I bought this strap so I could stand. This is the first show I’ve played standing […] Reply Sounds of the South: The Wild Feathers, Saints of Valory and Jamestown Revival » Sound of Boston February 26, 2014 […] by a healthy stream of bands coming out of the southern part of the country. The headliners at Brighton Music Hall on Sunday, The Wild Feathers, had two fellow Austin bands in tow, Jamestown Revival and The Saints […] Reply Bubbles & Glowing Balls: Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. » Sound of Boston March 26, 2014 […] Thursday night, Jr. Jr. showed a sold-out Boston crowd at the Brighton Music Hall why this Detroit duo-turned-quartet doesn’t deserve to be overlooked. Daniel Zott and Joshua […] Reply Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.