That Was The Week That Was

The news on everyone’s lips was the fire at Tess’ Lark Tavern. We’ll be following this story with additional news next week.

To celebrate Caffe Lena’s 50th anniversary, we’ve been featuring Joe Deuel’s exquisite photos of performers over the years: here, here, here, here, and here.

Here’s some other highlights from this week:

Spottiswoode & His Enemies @ Helsinki Hudson, 5/1/10
Freedy Johnston @ Caffe Lena, 5/1/10
Leila Josefowicz @ Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, 4/30/10
“The Lady With All the Answers” @ Capital Repertory Theatre
Truck America Festival @ the Full Moon Resort, 5/2/10
Capital Region Guitar Show, 4/30/10
Dino Danelli’s “Mean Streets” @ Feast Gallery

We ask questions:
Is Rev Hall now focusing more on movies than music?
A Farewell from Faust?
Five Firsts: Hunter Sagehorn of Alta Mira
Five Firsts: Berto of Cuttlebone
Five Firsts: TJ Foster of the Cast Before the Break
Colin Hay, What Was the First Album You Ever Bought?
Engelbert Humperdinck, What Was the First Album You Ever Bought?

CD Reviews:
Popa Chubby’s “The Fight Is On”
Matthew Carefully’s “Community Balloon”
CD Cage Match: Jeff Beck vs. Ratt

Comin’ Soon…
Albany’s Alive @ 5 Schedule Announced
A New Headbangin’ Concert at SPAC
Mondo Music @ MASS MoCA
“Young Frankenstein” Comes to Proctors
Real Good for Free: Skidmore Jazz Institute Concert Series

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. No wonder my little fingers are tired.

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