Other Voices, Other Rooms…

From 518 Music Hub: Andrew Butler writes about Nick Kossor, who will be having quite a busy day on Sunday. He’s the guitarist with Local 518 rockers Hard Soul, who will be playing at 9am to open the 13th annual Morris Cup Judo Championship at Burnt Hills High School. Then he’ll be competing in the tournament later in the day. Good luck, Nick.

From Saratoga Wire: Thomas Dimopoulos previews next week’s opening of the 11-screen movie theater Criterion Cinemas in Saratoga Springs.

From Keep Albany Boring: KC reviews last Friday’s Danny Brown/Action Bronson concert at Skidmore College.

From Arts Talk: Steve Barnes writes that WKLI-FM has switched to a country music format, leaving longtime morning radio personality Bob Wolf once again looking for work somewhere on the radio dial…

From The New York Daily News: Suzanne Spellen offers a report on the revitalization of the City of Troy, opening her story with a quote from one of our fave Local 518 bands, the Parlor…

From Hudson Sounds: Liz Friedman celebrates this week’s bicentennial birthday of composer Giuseppe Verdi.

From Upstate Live: Stephen Lewis reviews the recent performance by Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger (featuring Sean Lennon) at the BSP Lounge in Kingston.

From Paste: Geoffrey Himes posits the question, “Is Folk Music Even Possible Anymore?”

From Shaky Speakers: Cady Kuzmich goes to a basement punk show

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