That Was The Week That Was

LIVE: The MASS MoCA Music Festival, 8/15/09
LIVE: Chris Smither @ Caffe Lena, 8/16/09
LIVE: Joe Barna & Sketches of Influence @ Bread & Jam Cafe, 8/17/09

We celebrated Robert Plant’s birthday with a look back 40 years to the Schenectady Aerodrome.

We saw art being created on the lawn at SPAC.

We saw art on the walls of the Mandeville Gallery in the Green Light exhibition.

We learned of the fire at the Contompasis Gallery at 40 North Broadway and the marathon benefit being put together at Tess’ Lark Tavern for Albany First Friday on September 4th.

The Scientific Maps released a new video set in Albany: People Love Their Troubles.

There’s a metalhead on the American Idols tour bus.

RIP: Memphis Musician and Producer Jim Dickinson, 1941-2009.

Don’t forget to mark your calendar with what’s coming soon.

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