Posts tagged with "Carnegie Hall"

Video Feature & Interview CARRIE RODRIGUEZ

Video Feature & Web-Exclusive Interview Artist: CARRIE RODRIGUEZ Video: “I Dreamed I Was Lola Beltrán” from the album Lola  CARRIE RODRIGUEZ FEATURED AT BLUE ROCK ALIVE! VIRTUAL SUMMER CONCERT SERIES Carrie Rodriguez will be the featured artist this Thursday (August 6) at Blue Rock aLIVE!—a unique virtual summer concert series—featuring iconic Austin-based artists every Thursday this summer. Blue Rock is a good example of innovation,... 

Video & Web-Exclusive Interview CHARLES BILLINGSLEY

Video Feature & Web-Exclusive Interview Musician:  CHARLES BILLINGSLEY Video:  “Silver Bells”  CHARLES BILLINGSLEY SCORES RADIO HIT WITH “SILVER BELLS” FROM NEW ALBUM IT’S CHRISTMAS TIME AGAIN Singer-songwriter Charles Billingsley is currently enjoying success with his new holiday album It’s Christmas Time Again, recently released on Crest Music. After debuting at #3 on the iTunes Top 5 Holiday albums, his single “Silver... 

VIDEO PREMIERE & WEB-EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW RANDALL BRAMBLETT

  VIDEO PREMIERE & WEB-EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Musician:  RANDALL BRAMBLETT Music Video: “Garbage Man” RANDALL BRAMBLETT DEBUTS “GARBAGE MAN” FROM NEW ALBUM JUKE JOINT AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD—OUT JULY 7 ON NEW WEST RECORDS Critically acclaimed singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Randall Bramblett is releasing his 11th studio album Juke Joint at the Edge of the World early next month. Combining elements of soul and funk, Bramblett... 

ALAN JACKSON – Among Country Greats

ALAN JACKSON Among Country Greats I generally make it a point not to read other reviewers if I’m writing about a show, so as not to be influenced. Maybe I’ll skim it to see if they got a song title that I missed, but that’s about it. But I did go to The New York Times’ review of Alan Jackson last week at Carnegie Hall when I saw it pop up on Twitter, mainly because I didn’t see anyone I knew there, not from the Times or anywhere, which... 

RUFUS WAINWRIGHT

RUFUS WAINWRIGHT It was the best of times, it was the worst of times—now let’s dance      After spending a few years exploring esoteric pursuits like composing the opera Prima Donna and staging a Judy Garland tribute at Carnegie Hall, Rufus Wainwright was ready to aim for the mainstream. “My listeners have been very patient with my little dalliances,” he says. “So I wanted to give them the kind of record you can bring to a party and... 
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