Interview: Laurie Anderson Talks Performance Of Velvet Underground’s Lou Reed In Harlem

With the upcoming opening of the performance of Velvet Underground’s Lou Reed’s Drones and Viola Duets with Laurie Anderson at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in Harlem, we spoke to international visual artist Laurie Anderson and longtime partner and wife of Lou Reed. Continue Reading →

Performance Of Velvet Underground’s Lou Reed’s Drones And Viola Duets With Laurie Anderson In Harlem

The Cathedral of St. John the Divine, in conjunction with the recently-opened exhibition The Value of Sanctuary: Building a House Without Walls, presents an incredible drone-based sonic experience utilizing a number of historic guitars from the late Lou Reed’s collection. Continue Reading →

Garland Jeffreys “14 Steps To Harlem,” 2017 (Video)

The Brooklyn born Garland Jeffreys salutes his Harlem, New York youth and roots on “14 Steps to Harlem,” the neighborhood as significant as memories of Lou Reed, The Clash and John Lennon. Continue Reading →


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