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The circa '68 stalwarts and three deeply committed guns-for-hire rewarded our 45-year wait with a heavy and lyrical set of sci-fi visions and classic rock virtuosity. The Game of Thrones theme was an apt fanfare for a two-hour trip that began with a "
Norah Jones, Blue Oyster Cult, Clannad, And More! by Mike Greenblatt , May 30, 2012 Gotta be quick or I'll positively drown in this pile of sound. Little Broken Hearts by Norah Jones (Blue Note) is easily her best. From the whispered innuendo of
The difference is that Vanilla Ice (his real name is Robert Van Winkle) has continued to record new music and tour. He appears in the suburbs this weekend in support of his 2011 record, WTF Wisdom, Tenacity & Focus. His sound is harder and rock-edged
It's an understatement to say that we're obsessed with the song Call Me Maybe by Carly Rae Jepsen in this office. So obsessed we almost renamed the song Call Me Definitely (Sorry for that #DadJoke). Some genius out there in the Internet world
Jimmy Testagross will do just about anything to get back out there...It just doesn't feel right not touring," he says into the phone from some anonymous hotel room...He's with the band, or he was until Blue Oyster Cult cut him loose after 26 years. "
From left, Ron Eldard, Jill Hennessy and Bobby Cannavale in Roadie' Director Michael Cuesta has hit a stride this year guiding episodes of Showtime's Homeland, including the hit CIA drama's pilot and buzzed-about finale. But for his film Roadie,
December 31, 2011 The most famous member of Blue Oyster Cult is probably late cowbell player Gene Frenkle, a fan of too-tight T-shirts who made his mark on the band's 1976 hit, (Don't Fear) The Reaper. It takes nothing away from Frenkle or the band
Film News It was all rock 'n' roll and no bull Monday night at the preem of Magnolia's "Roadie" at the Angelika. The film follows a roadie who returns home to Queens after being fired by the Blue Oyster Cult. According to Albert Bouchard, original
Fans of Michael Cuesta's 2001 indie classic "L.I.E.," which features Brian Cox as the only semi-sympathetic pedophile character in the history of popular media (at least post-Humbert Humbert) -- it's time to celebrate, kind of. And by celebrate I
Updated 28 minutes ago Text size T he end of the world starts today at least that's what some Christian fringe groups have predicted on billboards throughout town. Just to be prepared (or amused), you might want to stock your iPod with these classic