As pop genius goes, Snoop peaked in 1993 and since then he has had his moments, and become a cultural lynchpin. It’s the flow and the voice, nobody sounds good and nobody sounds as Snoop. The opportunity to see him at the tiny Gramercy Theatre is absolutely not to be missed on Wednesday.
Monday – Ed Palermo – Iridium
Monday – EPDM – Sony Hall – The essence of rap, beats and flow.
Wednesday – Rufus Wainwright – Alice Tully – Still getting his mojo back…
Thursday – G Love And Special Sauce – Brooklyn Bowl
Thursday, Friday – Armin Van Buuren – Avant Gardner – Trance giant
Friday – Gerde’s Folk City at 60 – Iridium – Featuring Terre Roche, Willie Nelson, and the first person to perform at the venue, Carolyn Hester
Saturday – Billy Joel – Madison Square Garden – Here is how it goes: if you haven’t seen him, see him, if you have seen him see him again, if you’ve seen him again move on with your life
a soothing palette
seven weeks at # 1
Ice Cube is playing at the Belasco
return to the top of country
Creem – America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine, Reviewed Issue By Issue – January 1983 (Volume 14, Number 8)
a cow with eighteen udders
“a journey through his life, passions, influences, and enduring legacy”
the true Godfather Giannini Russo
Has Brit rock ever been worse?
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