Other Voices, Other Rooms

From Indie Albany: J. Eric Smith announces that his “one and only novel,” a tale of a washed-up musician who has become a music critic, is now available in eBook format. “Eponymous” – which not coincidentally is set in the Capital Region – is eBookable for about four dollars.

From Rural Intelligence: Scott Baldinger reviews the “Oh, Canada” art exhibition on view at MASS MoCA in North Adams through April, 2013.

From Right Now: Mark McGuire linked to one of those deadly, decided-to-stir-up-controversy lists of the 33 Most Essential Debut Albums (from The San Francisco Chronicle) and stirred up quite the hilarious debate. The list, of course, is ridiculous, but readers’ comments are even funnier…

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From The Berkshire Eagle: Jeremy D. Goodwin’s rave review of Betty LaVette’s concert at the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield on May 26

From the Rogovoy Report: Seth Rogovoy offers his review of the same show (see story above)

From Berkshire On Stage: Larry Murray previews Charles Busch’s “The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife,” which stars Annette Miller in the title role. The production opens at Shakespeare & Co. in Lenox next Friday (June 15); previews begin Tuesday (June 12).

From CRUMBS Blog: Andrew Gregory writes about your opportunity to have the Blisterz write a song for you. It’s an eBay auction with proceeds going to the American Cancer Society…

From MASS MoCA Blog: A look back at some of the adventurous performers who have stepped into the spotlight as part of MASS MoCA’s ongoing Alt-Cabaret series and what they’re up to these days…

From Keep Albany Boring: More than two dozen photos from the Caleb Lionheart/After the Fall split-single release party at Valentine’s Music Hall in Albany, 6/3/12…

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