Other Voices, Other Rooms…

From The Times Union: Rick Karlin writes about runner-physician-singer-songwriter Kim Kilby, who was in the medical tent at the Boston Marathon on Monday.

From Jukebox: Michael Hochanadel interviews Terry Adams of NRBQ, who invaded the Ale House in Troy last night.

From Pitchfork: Pink Floyd’s Wish You Were Here. Led Zeppelin’s Houses of the Holy. XTC’s Go 2. And so many more… Eric Harvey pays homage to Storm Thorgerson – one of the most iconic album cover designers in the history of the recording industry – who passed away earlier this week at the age of 69.

From the Rogovoy Report: Seth Rogovoy reviews the concert by Chris Thile and Brad Mehldau at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center last weekend…

From All Over Albany: Details regarding author Neil Gaiman’s reading at the Saratoga City Center on June 20. (PS: Happy fifth anniversary, AOA!)

From 518 Music Hub: Dan Barner conducts an interview with Saratoga hip-hopster Dao Jones

From Berkshire On Stage: Larry Murray’s 10 Practical Reasons to Support the Arts

From Hudson Sounds: Evan Tublitz offers thoughts on promoting classical music to new generations

From Keep Albany Boring: KC has a review and a photo array from the Dirty Projectors’ concert at Skidmore College last weekend.

From Foss Forward: Sara Foss reviews the new documentary film, “Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me.”

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