Other Voices, Other Rooms…


From The Guardian: David Byrne writes about internet music streaming sites like Spotify…

From Rudy Lu Photos: Longtime Nippertown.com contributor Rudy Lu has launched his own photography website featuring his nature and music photos from the past 20 years.

From Valet Confidential: Chandler Travis sidekick Fred “The Valet” Boak serves up a fab recap of Pete LaBonne’s recent performance at the River Street Beat Shop in Troy – complete with review, photos, videos, setlist and why it was worth the four-hour drive each way just to be there…

From Upstate Live: With Phish rolling into the Glens Falls Civic Center on Wednesday (October 23), Kristen Mack-Perry writes about the pre-show Phish Art exhibit at Glens Falls’ Aimiee’s Dinner & A Movie from 2-6:30pm.

From CD Baby: Grab a free download of “Powerful Friends” from the Last Conspirators’ new album, A Celebration of Fury.

From Metroland: Paul Rapp’s travel journal to the land of CBGBs

From Saratoga Wire: Thomas Dimopoulos writes about novelist Jonathan Frazen’s recent lecture at Skidmore College.

From Kickstarter: Sculptor Joe Netherwood has launched a crowd-sourcing campaign to erect a life-size bronze statue of cult filmmaker Ed Wood (“Plan 9 From Outer Space,” “Glen or Glenda”) in front of the Bardavon Theatre in Poughkeepsie. He’s hoping to raise $64,000 by November 11…

From the Rogovoy Report: Seth Rogovoy reviews last week’s CD release party by Lee Renaldo & the Dust at Club Helsinki in Hudson.

From Long Story, Short: Wanda Callagy reviews Baby, the debut solo CD by Local 518 drummer-about-town Greg Nash.

From iBerkshires: Joe Durwin writes about actor-businessman Enrico Spada’s plan to launch free outdoor Shakespeare in the Park performances in Pittsfield.

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