Other Voices, Other Rooms

From Keep Albany Boring: Taylor reviews last Wednesday night’s Smokers Club tourstop at Northern Lights, headlined by Method Man.

From Urban Gardner: Ralph Gardner reports on the WAMC-FM fund drive and the cult of Alan Chartock

From Philip Morris: Proctors’ CEO declares the MoHu Fest a success

From Berkshire Fine Arts: Charles Giuliano weighs in on the connections between jazz legend Phil Woods and up-and-coming sax player Grace Kelly… as well as their concert together at the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield last Saturday.

From the Albany Student Press Blog: Jacob Fischler reveals that former basketball star Magic Johnson was paid $90,000 for his talk at UAlbany last Saturday night. Fischler and Aaron Scholder also got a quick five-minute interview with Johnson.

From the Arts Whisperer: Bob Goepfert chats with George Hamilton, who stars in “La Cage aux Folles,” which opens at Proctors on Wednesday (October 26).

From the Rogovoy Report: Seth Rogovoy reviews the solo Richard Thompson concert at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center in Great Barrington on Friday, October 14, so you can compare it with Richard Brody’s his performance at The Egg just the night before.

From All Over Albany: The best spot for lunch in all of Nippertown…

From Kevin Marshall’s America: Kevin Marshall imagines the scene as Lou Reed and Metallica get together to record their upcoming collaborative album, “Lulu.”

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