That Was The Week That Was

Okay, somebody give Andrzej a valium. We barely kept up with him this week:

LIVE: John Ellis & Double-Wide @ Red Square, 3/4/10
LIVE: David Calarco’s Jazz Conclave feat. Ron Petrides @ Justin’s, 3/5/10
LIVE: The Holmes Brothers @ The Egg, 3/5/10
LIVE: The Blasters @ Valentine’s Music Hall, 3/5/10
LIVE: Chip Taylor @ The Linda, 3/5/10
LIVE: Poetry Out Loud @ The Linda, 3/6/10
LIVE: Richie Havens @ the Eighth Step at Proctors, 3/6/10
LIVE: Dave Mason & Leon Russell @ The Egg, 3/6/10
LIVE: Michael Eck @ Caffe Lena, 3/7/10

Driving Rain Music unleashed a brilliant Nippertown-centric video on the world: Theme To Nippertown

Andy Maroney let us know that Bandaoke is Back!

It’s the Battle of the Battle of the Bands

Media Watch: Chronogram Does Greenberger

DVD Review: “Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Live” Nine-DVD Box Set
CD Review: Alkaline Trio’s “This Addiction”

Mark O’Connor, What Was the First Album You Ever Bought?
Bettye LaVette, What Was the First Record You Ever Bought?
Keller Williams, What Was the First Album You Ever Bought?
George Millar, What Was the First Album You Ever Bought?
Five Firsts: Mary McCaslin
Five Firsts: Voley Martin of Bulletproof Messenger

Mark Linkous, you will be missed.

Don’t forget to mark your calendar: New Concerts @ The Egg and Comin’ Soon…

These are just highlights of the week. Click here to see every single we posted.

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