Stadium-sized prog isn’t the dominant commercial force it was in the 1970s, but Muse has thrived at a time when not just high-concept arena rock but rock in general has been steadily downsizing. The key is their cross-generational savvy, their recognition that Queen and Radiohead aren’t the opposing stylistic forces you might think they are, and the fact that little else on the radio actually scratches that big, ambitious operatic itch as satisfyingly. With Dead Sara. (Photo by Alex Wall)
Thu., March 7, 7 p.m., 2013
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