From WNYT: Just in case you weren’t watching TV at 6am last Sunday, Phil Bayly interviews Bobby Dick (formerly of the Sundowners) about the Monkees, Elvis, the Plaster Casters and more…
From the Huff Post Entertainment Blog: Mary Pauline Lowry raves about Too Far, the brand new album by Susan Surftone, former Nippertonian-gone-to-Cali-and-now-just-recently-headed-back-east-to-Hudson.
From Berkshire Fine Arts: Charles Giuliano interviews MASS MoCA director Joe Thompson about soon-to-open expansions at MASS MoCA in North Adams and the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown.
From Upstate Live: Susan Rice reviews the concert by George Porter Jr. & the Runnin’ Partners with the McLovins at Red Square on Friday, June 21. (Damn, we’re sorry we missed that one…)
From Daniel Nester: Daniel Nester offers “Notes On Failed Projects,” including the Top 5 Phil Collins Songs website, “Knight Rider and KITT: the Unrealized Romance” and our favorite, “PUNKU: A Collection of Punk-themed Haiku.”
From the Rogovoy Report: On the dance front, Seth Rogovoy raves about the Brian Brooks Moving Company, who perform at Jacob’s Pillow in Becket through Sunday.
From Mental Floss: In advance of John Fogerty’s upcoming concert at the Times Union Center this fall, remember the high-profile court case 20 years ago when John Fogerty was sued for sounding too much like, well, John Fogerty?