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Saturday, December 7th
Melissa Ferrick is back – touring behind her first self-produced album since 2004. “the truth is” is an evolution in the sound she has developed over the course of her expansive career. Ferrick was part of a new wave of alt-rock females — including artists like Liz Phair and PJ Harvey — who sang about womanhood with sharp, unchecked honesty. An eight-time Boston Music Award winner she is regarded as one of the most prolific & hardworking artists in the industry.
Details at The Linda’s website.
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WEXT’s 2014 Local 518 Calendar is coming very soon.
Each month features a beautiful scene, artfully taken by Julia Zave and her team featuring Sean Rowe, Olivia Quillio, Eastbound Jesus, Charlie Watts Riots, Molly Durnin, Rosary Beard, MR Poulopoulos, Lucky Jukebox Brigade, Stellar Young, Ashley Sofia, Sgt Dunbar & The Hobo Banned, and MaryLeigh Roohan.
Proceeds from the purchase of our exclusive WEXT’s 2014 Local 518 Calendar will support WEXT’s efforts to bring you an eclectic, unique and diverse music mix, including the great Local 518 music each hour.
View the special behind the scenes trailer after the break.
Saratoga Arts presents the 18th Annual First Night Saratoga, the largest family-friendly New Year’s Eve celebration of the arts outside of New York City!
First Night Saratoga brings 6 hours of entertainment to downtown Saratoga Springs with over 400 performing artists of all genres of music, film, theater and dance, including WEXT’s very own EXIT FEST with special guests M.R Poulopoulos, Molly Durnin, Ashley Sophia, Charlie Watts Riots, Pete Donnelly & The Wise Easy and Rodeo Barons.
Join Saratoga Arts and countdown the new year with fireworks at midnight in Congress Park!
For information about volunteer opportunities, visit Saratoga Arts’ website.
First Night Saratoga is brought to you by Saratoga Arts and sponsored in part by Price Chopper.
We’re working on our next big list. No offense to the great solo artists, but we wanted to make a big list of the greatest bands of all-time. We would love your help, input and feedback as we come up with the list.
We’ll begin counting these 500 Bands from #500 on December 11th. Let’s rock into 2014 together!
How can you help? Send us an email with this link here.
Anders Osborne is back with what some call, “the next chapter of his spiritual odyssey,” his thirteenth album, Peace. The songwriter has been making music since he first released Doin’ Fine in 1989, and has been touring ever since. More recently he’s performed with Toots and The Maytals, Stanton Moore, Derek Trucks, Warren Haynes, Keb Mo, The Grateful Dead’s Phil Lesh and Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe.
Osborne says Peace was inspired by family and friends, and is his most observational record yet. According to Osborne, “Peace is light from darkness. The songs are written from the outside looking in. They are not making any judgments. I’m just stating facts. I’m writing from a brighter perspective. There’s less dusk and dark, and much more sunlight. The results are greater than I expected. The driving tones and sounds are free and natural. This is one of the coolest records I’ve ever made.”
Keep reading to listen to and download the song.
As our birthday tribute to Neil on his 68th birthday, we played you the Neil Young 100. We wanted to make sure you had a copy. Here’s the link to the PDF.
Diego Garcia’s album, “Paradise,” is out now! You will melt when you hear these new songs. We do – everytime.
Keep reading to be able to stream his album and to enter to win tickets to the show. Oh! And there’s free music to download at the bottom of the post…click “continue reading.”
Lou Reed was an inspiration to us all, to the artists we love, and he even made music critics love him.
A panel of music writers and Lou Reed fans sample the late musician’s catalog through the years and suggest what made him important to the history of rock music. You can listen to a special program if you keep reading. Lou Reed died Oct. 27, 2013 of liver failure.