That Was The Week That Was

It was a family affair with CD reviews of Sara Lee Guthrie’s Go Waggaloo and her dad Arlo Guthrie’s Tales of ’69.

We learned the welcome news that Elizabeth Dubben has taken over the position of Exhibition Coordinator at the Saratoga Arts Center.

Grant-Lee Phillips and Metallica’s Kirk Hammett both revealed a secret affinity for the Partridge Family.

Actually, we were pestering everybody for their secrets:

Christmas gift idea?

Another New Open Mic Night.

LIVE: Lyle Lovett & His Large Band @ The Egg, 11/3/09
LIVE: Maria Muldaur & Her Garden of Joy Jug Band @ the Van Dyck, 11/6/09
LIVE: Marshall Crenshaw @ the Van Dyck, 11/7/09
LIVE: John Foxx’s “The Quiet Man” @ BCB Art, 11/07/09
LIVE: Brian Wilson @ The Egg, 11/10/09
LIVE: LIVE: The Joey Thomas Big Band @ the Spa Little Theatre, 11/11/09

Here’s our free stuff roundup.

The song of the week is Time Is Tight by Booker T and the MGs.

Don’t forget to mark your calendar: comin’ Soon….

Click here to see every single thing we posted this week.

Thanks to everyone who stopped by or wrote in or commented or took the survey – we appreciate it. Have a great weekend.

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