That Was The Week That Was

Interview: Erik Hage peels away the myth from Van Morrison’s music

LIVE: The Christine Santelli Band @ the Van Dyck, 8/28/09
LIVE: Balthrop, Alabama @ MASS MoCA, 8/29/09
LIVE: Albany Latin Festival @ Corning Preserve, 8/29/09
LIVE: Contact Ensemble’s “Elevated” @ EMPAC, 9/3/09
Hanging Out @ Lake George
Hanging Out In North Adams, 8/27/09

We bid adieu to August with Ernest Noyes Brookings’ poem, “September.”

We answered the burning question, whatever happened to Blanche Blotto?

We also asked Trace Adkins, What Was the First Album You Ever Bought?

And Chris Robinson answered some questions about the new Black Crowes release, “Before the Frost…”

We wished a happy third birthday to First Friday.

CD Review: Lunic’s “Lovethief”
Song of the Week: Chris Whitley’s “Rocket House,” with some additional photos, too.

Don’t forget to mark your calendar: Opening acts at The Egg and Comin’ Soon.

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