Ahead of the 10th edition of Boston Calling, we talked to the co-founders Mike Snow and Brian Appel about how they founded and launched the first major music festival in the northeast.
Featuring interviews from longtime fan of the festival Charlie Baker, staff editor from Boston Magazine Spencer Buell and Roxbury native (and two-time Boston Calling performer) Michael Christmas.
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