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Boston Music Awards: Getting older or old?

New Kids on the Block New Kids on the Block helped get the Boston Music Awards off to a fast start at the Wang Theatre 20 years ago, and also performed at the 1991 show (above). (Justine Hunt / Globe staff / file)
By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / November 30, 2007

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Tomorrow night the Boston Music Awards will celebrate their 20th anniversary at the Orpheum, and they're bringing out the big guns. The recently reunited rock band Extreme will perform. So will Bobby Brown, who is being inducted into the BMA Hall of Fame, presumably in honor of his New Jack Swing work in the '80s and not more recent forays ... (Full article: 1002 words)

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