Lea Michele To Release Highly Anticipated Debut Album LOUDER March 4, 2014
Marking Michele's career as a solo artist, the album is underscored by the singer's beloved pop voice, beautiful ballads, and emotionally-driven lyrics.
Fricke's Picks Radio: Beck, the Blues and Television in Brooklyn
Just as early-winter weather hit New York City, I landed in Buenos Aires, Argentina for an event celebrating the 15th anniversary of that country's successful and dynamic edition of Rolling Stone .
NYC's First Rough Trade Store Opens With Rare Television Performance
The legendary UK music retailer debuts its Brooklyn outpost with much fanfare and the sounds of a seminal downtown Manhattan band.
Television played Rough Trade (pics), do it again tonight
"Next time, we're bringing a road crew," Tom Verlaine joked as he fumbled with knotted guitar cord, finally throwing the thing to an audience member to undo while he fiddled with other gear.
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Yale investigates report of person with gun
Police have blocked off several downtown streets near Yale University as they investigate a report of a gunman in the area.
PHOTOS: Adam Levine named People's sexiest man alive
JUNE 14: Adam Levine visits 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' at Rockefeller Center on June 14, 2013 in New York City.
Television playing opening weekend of Rough Trade Nyc after Atp Uk
NYC art punk legends Television have regrouped before, and they've been doing so again this year, having already played a few shows, including Austin's Fun Fun Fun Fest .
Fun Fun Fun: The festival where malcontents become content
I'm wandering Fun Fun Fun Fest looking for something to mock, something to snark about.
Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs Cover the Eighties
In 2006, Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs, recording as Sid and Susie, released "Under the Covers, Vol.