That Was The Week That Was

LIVE: Red Haired Strangers @ the Tang Museum, 7/31/09
LIVE: Jeanne O’Connor & the New Standard @ Caffe Lena, 7/31/09
LIVE: African-American Family Day @ Empire State Plaza, 8/1/09
LIVE: Mudvayne @ Edgefest, 8/1/09
LIVE: Graham Parker @ Caffe Lena, 8/1/09
LIVE: Mike & the Monsters @ Powers Park, 8/1/09
LIVE: Paul Geremia @ Congress Park, 8/4/09
LIVE: Sue Foley @ Shepard Park, 8/5/09
LIVE: The Neville Brothers @ Alive at Five, 8/6/09

We hung out at Troy Night Out.

We met The Xylopholks.

Stony Creek Band told us about life after “The Today Show.”

Cartoons about dancing and and art by musicians

Moe. Better News

Don’t forget about the St. Agnes photo contest.

Aaron Neville, What Was The First Record You Ever Bought?

New music and a song of the week from Tim Buckley

OMG we had TWO songs of the week. I hope I don’t get fired: Song of the Week: “Eight Miles Wide” by Storm Large (NSFW), as outrageous as it is contagious

Parade of Shoes: Jo Agopovich’s Star Docs

Willy DeVille died, and we celebrated his musical legacy.

Don’t forget to mark your calendar for these upcoming dates and these upcoming dates, too.

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