Lest you think all modern-punk package tours are monolithic blocks of terrible music, look beyond headliners Brand New and Manchester Orchestra — headlining the Fillmore on Saturday — to one of the opening acts: Dusty Rhodes and the River Band. The California-based sextet has somehow gotten away with a rootsy, classic-rock-infused sound that's orchestral, euphoric and utterly unashamed about looting the bargain-record bin of its local thrift store. But a listen to the group's third... More >>>