Other Voices, Other Rooms

From Pussy Riot: A statement and thank you video…

From Pitchfork: Sharon Van Etten – who headlines the Restoration Festival at St. Joseph’s Church in Albany on Saturday (September 8) – discusses the music that has influenced her – from the Everly Brothers to Neil Young to PJ Harvey…

From Indie Albany: S. Connick writes “The Legend of Sharon Van Etten,” with the emphasis on “legend”…

From Saratoga Wire: Thomas Dimopoulos takes a wistful look at the post-racing season scene of Saratoga Springs…

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From Berkshire On Stage: Larry Murray reports on Tanglewood’s very successful 75th anniversary summer season, which concluded last weekend.

From All Over Albany: In support of his new book, “Social Media Is Bullshit” (St. Martin’s Press), Glens Falls native Brandon Mendelson does a Nippertown homecoming book-signing swing this weekend, with stops at the Colonie Center Barnes & Noble from 4-6pm today and the Wilton Barnes & Noble from 2-4pm on Saturday.

From the Free George: Diana Denner has an interesting story about Charles Wood, “the father of the American theme park,” who opened Storytown USA a year before Walt Disney launched Disneyland. Wood, of course, also was the man behind so many other Lake George businesses, including Gaslight Village. (Speaking of “Gaslight Village,” we sure hope that the Kamikaze Hearts have revived that tune for their reunion show tonight at Restoration Festival…)

From Capital Region Blues Network: Eric Gleason serves up a review and photos of Joe Lowry & the Second Mile Blues Band in concert in Lake George’s Shepard Park last month.

From Albany Jazz: Andrzej Pilarczyk’s photographs of Summerland Jazz at the Crandall Public Library in Glens Falls and the Brian Patneaude Quartet from Skidmore College’s Tang Museum

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