That Was The Week That Was
Here’s the LarkFest schedule.
- B3nson Recording Company compilation (they’re hosting a stage at LarkFest, doncha know)
- Flashlight, the first single from Super 400’s new release, Sweet Fist
- The entire live recording of Jeebus’ show at Savannah’s on August 28
We remembered Jim Carroll and some of his local performances.
We also lost Mary Travers and remembered her in word and song.
We waxed nostalgic about Duck Soup and Uncle Tupelo.
Profile: Annea Lockwood: Take me to the river…
Profile: Peter Mulvey: Pedal pusher
LIVE: Albany’s All-America City Jazz Festival, 9/12/09
LIVE: Eric Alexander Quintet @ A Place For Jazz, 9/11/09
LIVE: The Boredoms @ EMPAC, 9/11/09
Artbeat: ArtBeat: Uncharted @ The University Art Museum at UAlbany
Interview: Reid Genauer of Assembly of Dust @ Revolution Hall, 9/18/09
FIVE FIRSTS: Tim Livingston of the Last Conspirators
FIVE FIRSTS: Aaron Smith of Scientific Maps
CD Review: RED HEN’s “Crossing”
CD Review: MAIA SHARP’s “Echo”
And don’t forget to mark your calender:
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