Other Voices, Other Rooms

At Keep Albany Boring, KC has a review of the Red Lions’ invite-only living room show last weekend, and it only made us madder that we were out of town…

At the Rogovoy Report, Seth Rogovoy reports on Train’s concert at Tanglewood on Monday night. In a word, Trainwreck…

At Tablet, Seth Rogovoy also pays tribute to his cousin, the great songwriter and producer Jerry Ragovoy, who died last month…

At All Over Albany, Danielle Furfaro chats with Jocelyn Arem, the founder and director of the Caffe Lena History Project, about the famed Saratoga Springs coffeehouse and the late Lena Spencer.

At his blog, Don Rittner matches up Norman Rockwell illustrations with the buildings of Troy that inspired them.

At Berkshire Fine Arts, Charles Giuliano takes a look at the reaction to Williamstown Theatre Festival’s new play “Touch(ed),” and wonders aloud, “Are Critics Obsolete?”

Who says radio is dead? At Foss Forward, Sara Foss weighs in a five songs that she enjoys listening to on her car radio during her commute. She doesn’t say which station she’s listening to, what we’ve got a pretty good idea, judging by her playlist…

Huh? KristiGustafson.com.

At SwordPaw, Sea of Trees drummer Jeff Schneider has instituted a new monthly column, “A Moment With Schnerd,” and the inaugural installment details the ongoing battles with his cat Seneca.

Binky Philips – rock ‘n’ roller, record store manager and all-around nice guy – has been blogging at the Huffington Post for over a year now, entertaining us with tales of seeing the Beatles and the Who, auditioning for Sparks, warming up for the New York Dolls, and, of course, guitars guitars guitars.

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