That Was The Week That Was

It’s Michael Eck Week in Nippertown! We reviewed his new CD, In My Shoes, and let him ramble on about music.

Hey, Kevin Craig West didn’t have too bad a week either.

Johnny Walker Black sent us Yet Another New Albany Theme Song to make available as a free download.

We had a ticket giveaway contest for Solos^2 @ EMPAC tonight (Friday). If you didn’t win, stop back on Monday for a new contest.

You like us! You really like us! A Big Thank You to Metroland Readers.

There was NEWZ.

LIVE: Richard Stallman @ UAlbany Recital Hall, 2/26/10
LIVE: The David Grisman Quintet Plus @ the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, 2/27/10
LIVE: The Johnny Cash Birthday Bash @ the Van Dyck, 2/27/10
LIVE: Solas @ The Egg, 2/28/10
LIVE: John Hiatt & the Combo, 3/4/10
LIVE: “To Kill a Mockingbird” @ Capital Repertory Theatre

Patti Lupone wants you to name her book. Perhaps Richie Havens could give her some pointers; here’s how his autobiography started.

We’re wearing out the CD player:
CD Review: Sirsy’s “BYOB: Collection B”
CD Review: Danny Barnes’ “Pizza Box”
CD Review: John Ellis & Double-Wide’s “Puppet Mischief”

Five Firsts: Vincent Lane of What She Said
Five Firsts: Abbie Gardner of Red Molly
Sherman Holmes, What Was the First Album You Ever Bought?

We wished Dr. Seuss and Harry Belafonte a Happy Birthday and remembered EdgeFest and Susannah McCorkle.

Aaaaand, mark yer calendar: Comin’ Soon…, More New Shows @ SPAC, Y’All, ArtBeat: Calls For Entries.

If you’re curious, here’s every single thing we posted this week.

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