Boston hopes to join NYC, Nashville, and Los Angeles as a major music city. Converse Rubber Tracks, a four-year old music program for indie artists, opened a new permanent location in Boston. The program offers quality studio time to emerging musicians for free. To celebrate the new location, Rubber Tracks held a week of free concerts in Boston. Locals are excited about the emerging music scene, which up until now has been lacking. Rubber Tracks recently partnered with 12 iconic studios, and hopes to see big growth in the future.
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