At TalkAboutThePassion.com, Mike Grutka interviews popmeister John Brodeur about the release (and re-release) of his new (and old) album, “Tiger Pop Ten,” and his upcoming tour.
At Get Visual, David Brickman not only reviews “I Am Redundant,” Carrie Will’s photo exhibit at Siena College’s Yates Gallery (hurry, it closes today), but also discusses New York art critic Jerry Saltz’s lecture at the College of Saint Rose earlier this week.
At The Daily Gazette’s Foss Forward, Sara Foss discusses last week’s Sean Rowe/Railbird dual CD release party in Albany and gives a shout-out to Nippertown contributor Sebastien Barre for his photography exhibit currently on view at the Spectrum 8 Theatres.
At Live365.com, former WRPI-FM radio host Barbara Kaiser has a new, three-hour edition of her online show “Jazz &…” featuring Cassandra Wilson, Jackie & Roy, Antonio Carlos Jobim and lots more.
Hmmm, think they give credit for independent study? Table Hopping: Bartending school launching in Albany.
AlbanyJazz.com covered the recent Eric Harland Group concert at Skidmore College’s Zankel Music Center – which we’re heartbroken to have missed – with a review by J Hunter and a set of photographs by Rudy Lu.
At The Troy Record’s Digital Future blog, Tom Caprood weighs in on The Times Union’s decision to close its bureaus in Troy and Saratoga Springs.
Hey, some Friday cuteness: Cat scans. Literally.