seen at Hudsons, North Adams…
Photograph by Richard Lovrich
Proctors’ new marquee lights up downtown Schenectady, 9/15/14
Photograph by M.R. Poulopoulos
“I found Nipper and his Gramophone on South Congress Street mural in Austin, Texas, at an electronics repair shop just past the hip strip…”
Photograph by Greg Haymes
Yes, the sign is up. Can the music be far behind?
Howe Glassman is still keeping Valentine’s Music Hall alive – tonight is the final date of the month-long Thursday night residency of Magnetic Eye Recording featuring the Fire Trail, Francis Graves, Emma Ate the Lion and lastdayshining, while Friday’s (January 31) slate features Hill Haints, Eternal Crimes and the captivating Shana Falana.
But it looks as though he’s getting ever closer and closer to opening the doors of his brand new nightspot/music venue, the Low Beat on Albany’s Central Avenue. Let the countdown begin…
Photograph by Tom Owanda
This sign was spotted last week in front of the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Loudonville, and we felt that it deserved a caption. Care to weigh in?
The truth is, the church is hosting a Buddy Holly tribute show at 7:30pm on Friday (October 11) featuring Todd Meredith – who also played Buddy Holly at Proctors two weeks ago in the stage musical “Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story” – and his band, the Rave-Ons. Tickets are $20.
Photographs and note by Andy Gregory
Overnight a new, modern art piece was installed at the plaza level of the Corning Tower at the Empire State Plaza in Albany. We hope Mr. Page can attend the opening reception… if there will be one.
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