That Was The Week That Was

Haiti Benefits:
“Hearts 4 Haiti” Benefit Concert @ the Palace Theatre
James Taylor Adds 2nd Haitian Benefit Concert at Mahaiwe (both shows are sold out.)
DBR & the Mission Concert to Benefit Haitian Earthquake Victims
Helping in Haiti

Things opening, things closed:
The Marketplace Gallery Re-Opens!
Helsinki on the Hudson to Open on March 1?
Memories Of The QE2 – Now Just A Memory

We analyzed the Village Voice’s Pazz and Jop Poll

We hung out at Art Night Schenectady

We said Happy Birthday to David Lynch and Dolly Parton but had to say goodbye to Kate McGarrigle and Bobby Charles.

LIVE: Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion @ Caffe Lena, 1/10/10
LIVE: The Wiyos @ The Linda, 1/16/10
LIVE: The Musical Box @ The Egg, 1/14/10
LIVE: Beaucoup Blue @ Caffe Lena, 1/15/10
LIVE: Joe Barna & Sketches of Influence @ Justin’s, 1/16/10

Dan Zanes, What Was the First Album You Ever Bought?
Willie Nile, What Was the First Album You Ever Bought?
FIVE FIRSTS: Bear Campo of Black Mountain Symphony
FIVE FIRSTS: David Malachowski
It’s kinda David Malachowski week around here: “The Secret Life of Colonel David”

Don’t forget to enter our contest: You can win tickets to see Jeremy Wade.

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