A new study shows that playing slow jams for cows really helps get the milk flowing.
Plus you can finally watched the oft referenced, but never duplicated film version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s rock musical ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’
“He was a good friend through everything,” she said. “It was one of those friendships where it didn’t matter if you didn’t see each other a lot.”
For all those people wondering what Macaulay Culkin has been up to lately, it seems he’s been working on his music. Specifically, pizza-themed renditions of Velvet Undergound and Lou Reed songs.
“Without me, you don’t exist,” he sang on “Warrior King.” Looking around at the hundreds who had gathered there, feeling Lou’s legacy in the momentary unity of life and death, it felt that was the truth. He was the first.
“A gathering open to the public – no speeches. No live performances, just Lou’s voice, guitar music & songs – playing the recordings selected by his family and friends.”
“He has been there all of my life. He will always be pressed to my heart. Thank God for those, like Lou, who move within their own laws, otherwise imagine how dull the world would be.”
When asked why he chose to pursue music Reed simply said that he loves it. “You do what you love or you get arrested,” he said.
“Myself and my best friend Guggi would sit for hours listening to these street stories, thinking we knew what it was to walk on the wild side. We were 12 and 13,” he said.
The deluge of tributes and memorials for rock legend Lou Reed continue to pour in after his untimely passing in Long Island late last month. Now punk poetess Patti Smith has her say.
Live from their concert yesterday.
Daphne Carr remembers Reed as a man who went beyond his many charitable endeavors and put political action to his political words. Here is a story from 2011, where Lou Reed spoke at an Occupy Wall Street assembly outside Lincoln Center.
Neil Young and co. put together a solid lineup of classic rock icons, chart-toppers and a jazz singer for this year’s Bridge School Benefit concert, which took place this weekend in Mountainview, Calif. As usual, […]
Often fans discover Reed and the Velvets via the endorsement of some of his more famous fans, including David Bowie, U2 and R.E.M. So here, then, is a playlist of some great interpretations of his songs.
A collection of brief elegies from the wide-ranging group of musicians, artists and friends that span the globe.
Lou Reed, lead singer and founder of pioneering ’60s rock group the Velvet Underground, has died.
After some delay, the companion to Peter Gabriel covering other people’s songs on ‘Scratch My Back’ sees the light of day, featuring Arcade Fire, Lou Reed, Randy Newman and more.