Other Voices, Other Rooms…
From The Troy Record: Don Wilcock interviews the notoriously cantankerous Ginger Baker in advance of his concert with Ginger Baker’s Jazz Confusion at The Egg in Albany on Tuesday night (June 16).
From The Times Union: Paul Grondahl writes about “Truro Light: A Journey From Ocean To Bay,” the new book from the late Local 518 photographer Joseph Schuyler. The publication party is planned for 5pm on Thursday, June 25 at Perfect Blend in Delmar.
From WFUV: A review and photos of “Fare Thee Well, Vin Scelsa,” an all-star concert honoring the longtime NYC/NJ radio DJ on his retirement. The concert – kicked off by Nippertown’s own Blotto – was held at NYC’s City Winery earlier this week.
From Berkshire Fine Arts: Charles Giuliano interviews Tina Olsen, the director of the Williams College Museum of Art in Williamstown, about Andy Warhol and the current exhibit at the museum, “Warhol by the Book.”
From The Times Union: Paul Bray writes about recapturing the vision for SPAC…
From Mental Floss: According to a recent report by Matthias Mauch, an engineer at Queen Mary University of London, published in the Royal Society Open Science Journal, a survey of 17,000 songs spanning the past 50 years of the Billboard 100 proved that the decade of the ’80s was the least diverse of any time period in the last half-century.
From NYSMusic: Pete Mason previews the Second Annual Benefit for Suicide Prevention and Awareness: A Concert in Memory of Tim Rem, taking place at Albany’s Parish Public House on Saturday (June 13).
From The Times Union: Amy Griffin interviews Michael Eck – whose artwork is currently on exhibit at Albany Center Gallery in the self-taught artist group show “Edge” – about the intersection of music and art.
From Mental Floss: The Catchiest Songs (According to Science)
From the Rogovoy Report: Seth Rogovoy’s rave review of last month’s Rufus Wainwright concert at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center in Great Barrington…
From Happy Hippie: Miley Cyrus, Joan Jett and Against Me’s Laura Jane Grace cover the Replacements’ “Androgynous.”