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Tag: Rock Music

Southern Brooklyn’s Punk Music Scene Finds A Home In Gerritsen Beach

Walking down the narrow streets of Gerritsen Beach on a Saturday afternoon the stillness and the quiet can put you at ill at ease....

Concert Review: Wilco Rocks Star Wars (Seriously) At The Kings Theatre

Jeff Tweedy was staring at an audience member a few feet away from him. Wilco had just finished playing "Hummingbird" during their sold-out show at The...

And In The End, I Loved ‘Em, Too, Yeah, Yeah Yeah

BETWEEN THE LINES: This past Sunday night, February 9, marked the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ debut on “The Ed Sullivan Show.” A record...

Op-Ed: Springsteen Exhibit & Constitution Center Were Ideal Match

BETWEEN THE LINES: Numerous artists and performers have been honored with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian award. None of them, however,...

Op-Ed: No Time To Gather Moss With The Rolling Stones

BETWEEN THE LINES: This past July 12 marked the 50th anniversary of the Rolling Stones’ first performance. I became a fan within a few years,...

The Venerable Zig Zag Records Has Closed Down!

We can't believe it, but it turns out neighborhood staple and music mecca Zig Zag Records has zigged and zagged for the last time! Forgotten...

Black Book Honors Sheepshead Bay Television Hosts

Black Book Magazine published a profile honoring two iconic television hosts you probably have never heard of, and definitely didn't know were from Sheepshead...

Oct. 3: Party Cruise To Benefit Ladder 156 Firefighter

(Photo courtesy of FDNYTrucks.com) There will be a party cruise leaving Pier 2 in Sheepshead Bay this Saturday, October 3, 2009, to benefit New York...