Our good friend, the very wonderful Media Contact Sin Hom-Gogolak of the City Parks Foundation’s Summer Stage is out on maternity leave till the end of May! Over the past four seasons, Sin has hooked us up every single time and we have taken great pride and pleasure in reviewing the many shows we’ve seen.
This year looks like another killer line up and here are a number of highlights. In the meanwhile, our best hopes and wishes to Sin and her expanding family!
Tuesday – June 3rd – Ty Dolla $ign – red Hook Park – Top young hip hop star
Wednesday – june 11th – Sisqo – Betsy Head park – Nearly broke bigger than big with “Thong Song”
Sunday – June 22nd – Whistle – A Salute To Frankie Knuckles – Herbert von King Park – The birther of House gets a send off to remember
Monday – June 23rd – The Metropolitan Opera Summer Recital Series – Central Park – One of the highlights of the summer
Saturday – June 28th – Club Classics Live! – Central Park – featuring the great Sam Sparro
Monday – July 21st – New Songs Of Justice Honoring Pete Seeger- Steve Earle? Amanda Palmer???
Saturday – August 9th – Motown Gospel Revue – Gospel and Summerstage is always a great fit.
Sunday – August 10th – Passenger – You know, the “Let Her Go” guy
Saturday – August 16th – Celebrating 15 years of Okayplayer – Wooaaaah! Blood Orange
Sunday – August 17th – 6th WBLS-FM celebration – With Musiq Soulchild
Sunday – August 24th – Fania Allstars – Always an honor to hear these Fania alumnis.
Miley makes it three at the top
better than you remember
it has been four years since her last long player
quickly get your music noticed
A fast rock & roll song performed with a retro punk vibe
Creem – America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine, Reviewed Issue By Issue – April 1983 (Volume 14, Number 11)
the final issue edited by Susan Whitall
hard rock meets classic rock meets Americana
Chuck D is at the Grammy Museum
On The Red Carpet For The Screening Of “The Beast Inside” At The Angelica Cinema, Sunday, January 29th, 2023: pictures by Billy Hess
a powerhouse performance by Sadie Katz and SohoJohnny as you never thought you’d see him