Other Voices, Other Rooms…

From Clash: A behind-the-scenes, in-the-studio peek at the making of Phantogram’s new album, Three.

From The Times Union: Steve Barnes reports on the proposed $65 million expansion of Albany’s Palace Theatre.

From All Over Albany: Some insights on the Alt’s upcoming attempt to fill the void left by Metroland

From The Daily Gazette: Bill Buell reveals details on the upgrades and improvements in the works for the 2017 summer season at the Music Haven in Schenectady’s Central Park.

From Live for Live Music: Kendall Deflin posted a collection of “The Funniest Things Overheard At Phish’s Three-Day Weekend At SPAC”

From The Spot 518: Ali Hibbs reports on Albany hip-hop duo Young Noble Gentlemen being honored by the Albany County Legislature.

From MySpace: Phantogram garners a slot in Jeff Rindskopf’s list of “Nine Electronic Artists for People Who Don’t Like EDM.” Really? MySpace is still a thing?

From The Daily Mail: Katie Kocijanski reports on the ongoing expansion and renovations at Catskill’s Bridge Street Theatre.

From Berkshire on Stage: Larry Murray thinks that Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker is vandalizing the arts to save pennies

From The Troy Record: City editor Mark Robarge thinks that the so-called problems at Troy’s Rockin’ on the River concerts are “much adieu about nothing”… Huh? Could somebody please get the editor an editor?

From The Times Union: Kenneth C. Crowe II reports on the feud and lawsuit between the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall and the First Niagara Bank over future of iconic building…

From NYS Music: Skyler Gilbert reviews Journey at SPAC with photos by Jim Gilbert

From The Berkshire Eagle: Sharon Smullen reports that Daniel Osman is celebrating 20 years as the owner of the Dream Away Lodge in Becket – keeping the dream alive…

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