It was meant to be a lazy evening of thoughtful folk music in a London park.
Grounded by a deadpan performance from Alan Rickman as bar owner Hilly Kristal, “CBGB” takes a breezy, comic-book approach to New York’s shabby drop-dead era and the cacophony it raised.
We’re getting a sense of the fallout from Banks Breaking Bad, certainly a show coming to some fast- lane Web-TV channel soon.
It was dark, crowded and loud, strobe- lit by Sex Pistols concert footage. I smelled leather and vinyl. I immediately got a headache.
Get your dance pants on Friday night when the Rapture rolls into Bowery Ballroom with their latest album, “In The Grace Of Your Love.”
With more than 100 galleries on the Lower East Side alone, downtown Manhattan has emerged as a serious alternative to the Chelsea art district. New spaces are also popping up in SoHo and Tribeca. Here are a few of the most interesting:
The Strokes took five years to record just 35 minutes of music.
Rihanna, Yoko Ono’s meltdown, and Helen Mirren’s closing act as the Queen are our choices for London this weekend.
Lady Gaga’s charts battle with Adele, Beyonce and Britney Spears has eclipsed other female stars. Here are my suggestions for summer downloads: