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Paul Grondahl

Paul Grondahl

Photograph by Ed Conway

From The Times Union: To absolutely no one’s surprise, Paul Gronhdal wrote a deeply moving farewell story to The Times Union, after more than three decades on the staff. GO HERE for more info…

From Ameripolitan.com: Congrats go out to Lara Hope – of the Kingston-based band Lara Hope & the Ark-Tones – who was named Best Rockabilly Female Performer at the Ameripolitan Music Awards at the Paramount Theater in Austin, Texas earlier this week. PS: The ceremonies were hosted by Dale Watson and Ray Benson, who play The Egg on Sunday, April 9.

From Rolling Stone: In an interview with Kory Grow, Tommy Stinson discusses life after Guns ‘N Roses and the Replacements; the revival of Bash & Pop; raising his daughter in Hudson; and more…

From CRUMBS Local Music: Andy Gregory compiled the sprawling round-up of Local 518 recordings and videos from the final quarter of 2016.

From The Alt: Eli Ennis reviews Feel, the new album from Saratoga power trio Wild Adriatic.

From Os Melhores Discos: Here’s the list of the 101 Weirdest Albums of All Time, as compiled by British pop culture magazine Uncut.

From Wired: Charley Locke’s story “The 7-Hour, 166-Person Audiobook That Feels Like a Movie,” about the mega audiobook recording of George Saunders’ novel “Lincoln in the Bardo.”

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