Saturday, July 7: Down on Creation: On Top of the World with the Carpenters offers a glimpse into the troubled life of the ’70s icon and the music she left behind.
Saturday, July 7: Familiar to audiences as the current lead singer of the world-famous Original Blues Brothers Band, Harden has shared the stage with Solomon Burke, Eddie Floyd, Ben E. King, Robert Cray and Delbert McClinton.
July 10-27: The Festival is full of events open to the public, ranging from master classes to full-length recitals, but its main focus is on the 25 students who come from literally around the world to study with master teachers.
Friday, July 13: He’s touring in support of his ambitious new genre-defying release Rearview Town.
Clarence Schmidt’s House of Mirrors, a legendary outsider architectural wonder that existed on Woodstock’s Ohayo Mountain from the 1940s into the early 1970s, burning twice during its last half decade, has risen back to life this summer in a New York City art gallery.
Do you like piña coladas? Getting caught in the rain? And have you ever wondered why this city, blessed with a fine marina for tying up your boat and then tying one on, doesn’t have a more passionate yacht rock scene?
When the Center for Photography at Woodstock kicks off its Woodstock Summer Love with a huge framed art sale, tintype photo booth and special programs Saturday, June 30 for a two week celebratory run through July 16, it won’t have quite the impact that last year’s 40th anniversary bash of the same name had. But according to all involved, it will likely be even better, given that it will have been more finely tuned this time around.
This year, the theme is “Americans in Paris,” seven concerts concentrating in part on the work of Ned Rorem, the American composer who turns 95 in October.
Sunday, July 1: One of the most accomplished piano trios in the world
Sunday, July 1: Locally, the pillar of Ed Sanders’ fame might well be his lead role in the band of rock ‘n’ roll subversives known as the Fugs, but internationally he will always be known principally as the best-selling author of The Family, the first great work on Charles Manson. Sanders is an unabashed fan of RFK and of what might have been.