Peter Aaron chats with Richard Buckner about being a crime suspect.
Terry Adams, visionary, driving force and “untamed genius of the keyboards” for NRBQ since the band’s inception over four decades ago, is one of music’s true originals. Roaring rockabilly, transcendent pop-rock, roadhouse blues, avant jazz – you name it, Adams claims it and reframes it. The new band is a revelation, capable of playing nearly the whole NRBQ catalog, which dates back to 1966.
Songwriter Johanna Hall and Ars Choralis director Barbara Pichkhardt premier “Miracle in Bethlehem,” on December 7 and 8 in Woodstock.
Tibetan singer Yungchen Lhamo performs for healing on December 7.
Tribute to Roy Buchanan at The Falcon on December 6.
The English Beat headlines the Chance Theater December 8.
Cheryl Wheeler and Steve Forbert at Infinity Music Hall and Bistro on December 12.
Michelle LeBlanc performs with pianist Hiroshi Yamazaki on December 13.
Robert Burke Warren reviews the new album by David Greenberger and A Strong Dog.
Sharon Nichols reviews Roseann Fino's self-titled debut.
Michael Eck reviews The Warp/The Weft's self-titled album.
Geezer / It’s Not Night: It’s Space
play Kingston's The Anchor November 15
“An Afternoon of Early French Baroque Masterpieces” will take place on November 10 at 3pm in the Event Gallery at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in Bethel.
Peter Aaron discusses Eastern philosophy with bassist Gary Peacock.
Jason Broome reviews the new album by Last Good Tooth.
David N. Lewis reviews the new album by The Stuyvesant Quartet with Alfred Gallodoro.