Monday’s Hors d’Oeuvres

After a couple of short weeks, we’re back to the grind with a full week of action. Don’t think of it as more work, think of it as more Hidden Track. To start you off on the right foot, here’s a handful of links to keep you occupied:

  • Cold Turkey’s Benji Eisen and Mike Greenhaus offer us a look at the recently completed Jam Cruise
  • Jimmy Vivino of the Max Weinberg 7 leads a tribute to Bill Graham and the Fillmore East days at BB King’s tonight
  • For those who miss the smell of vinyl, check out this great gallery of classic rock album covers
  • Elvis Costello channels Jerry in this moving version of Loser
  • Download Axl Rose and Bruce Springsteen singing Come Together
  • Glide Magazine has debuted a comic strip called the Concerted Comic
  • A legendary house in Denver is up for sale
  • The Times Daily presents an interview with Randy Poe, author of the upcoming Skydog: The Duane Allman Story
  • Turns out that Velvet Underground acetate wasn’t as valuable as first thought
  • A rare occurance: An unsigned band headlines The Garden
  • Here’s another rare occurrence: A Michigan pastor will discuss spiritual themes in the music of the Grateful Dead
  • Hipster darlings TV on the Radio will begin a seven-week tour in March
  • On David Bowie’s 60th birthday, check out 60 things about Bowie (via Here Comes The Flood)
  • An Aquarium Drunkard has released the 20th episode of its acclaimed podcast series
  • Check out this glowing review of the new DVD release Van Morrison Live at Montreux 1980/1974 — gotta love Van the Man
  • Arcade Fire confirms the tracklisting and release date of their upcoming release Neon Bible
  • Ickmusic presents a Prince show from 1988 for download
  • Remembering a strange encounter with Frank Zappa
  • The Wanee Festival announces its Allmans-centric lineup

Did you see any good shows this weekend? Any interesting news that we missed? Don’t be shy, share with the rest of the class…


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2 thoughts on “Monday’s Hors d’Oeuvres

  1. Spauldazzio Reply

    I got to see a pretty interesting band this weekend. The Smart Brothers, featuring Jeremy Smart on guitar, Jason Smart (JFJO) on drums and Nick Blaskey (Ray’s Music Exchange) on bass. Pretty much a blues/rock cover band, they opened with Stone Free and This Could Be The Last Time, to give you an idea. Highlight of the night was a ripping version of Manic Depression that was dedicated to Trey Anastasio.
    A good time was had by all.

  2. Scott Bernstein Reply

    lol @ Manic Depression dedicated to Trey. Nick is an incredible bass player i’d be interested to hear some of The Smart Brothers.

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