The vast expanse of Radio City Music Hall’s stage didn’t stop Leonard Cohen, 78, from running or skipping on and off Saturday night as his Old Ideas World Tour returned to New York.
Leonard Cohen skips onto the open- air stage with a sparkle in his eyes.
“Mad Men” is back, Bette Midler’s on Broadway and Rodriguez sings in New York -- all are among Muse recommendations for this weekend.
Bruce Springsteen has released another unofficial national anthem, this one for our times.
The editors and writers for Bloomberg’s Muse arts and culture section chose their favorite moments of 2012. Here they are, led off by Executive Editor Manuela Hoelterhoff:
Lana Del Rey closes the year looking more like the future of music than just the advertising face of H&M, Jaguar and Mulberry.
Go hear today’s greatest Wagner tenor as Parsifal at the Metropolitan Opera: Jonas Kaufmann.
Lady Gaga is going for the biggest arena she can find on her return to London. Not content with the O2’s 20,000 seats, she’s got the 55,000 at Twickenham Stadium.
Joan Baez brings her folk guitar, vibrato voice and 21st-century song adaptations to London.
Jon Regen was in the shower at his New York home when the idea came to him for a new song.
"I promise you that we'll give you everything we've got."
- Leonard Cohen on Apr 07, 2013