That Was The Week That Was

Take a chance on winning Levon Helm’s drumset (and help out Richie Hayward at the same time).

Don’t forget to vote in SPAC’s Battle of the Bands

Phantogram was on IFC and Hank Williams won a Pulitizer. Oh, and your tweets are now carved in stone.

Birthdays: Dusty Springfield, Gerry Rafferty and Samuel Beckett.

The Hold Steady @ Bearsville Theater, 4/8/10
New Riders of the Purple Sage @ Jillian’s, 4/9/10
The Trans-Siberian Orchestra @ the Palace Theatre, 4/10/10
BookBeat: Empire State Book Festival @ Empire State Plaza, 4/10/10
Turtle Island Quartet @ The Egg, 4/11/10
ReVeillons! @ Caffe Lena, 4/11/10
Third Eye Blind @ Northern Lights, 4/14/10

We Ask, They Answer:
Five Firsts: Jared Funari
Brad Mehldau, What Was the First Album You Ever Bought?
Jakob Dylan, What Was the First Album You Ever Bought?
Joshua Redman, What Was the First Album You Ever Bought?

Don’t Forget To Mark Your Calendar:
SPAC announced that Rush and Maroon 5 will be performing there this summer.
Here’s our roundup of what’s Comin’ Soon…

CD Review: Surprise Me Mr. Davis’ “That Man Eats Morning for Breakfast”
Film Review: “The Runaways”.

This is a partial list because I’m tired and cranky. Click here for everything we posted this past week.

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