Music of the Who to Be Celebrated at Carnegie...
The show is being presented by the music impresario Michael Dorf, founder of the Knitting Factory and the owner of City Winery, and is the sixth concert in a series. Previous concerts have celebrated Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, R.E.M., Elton [...]
Who’s Influence Still Felt
Tonight at Carnegie Hall, more than 20 acts of different styles and eras will pay a more expansive tribute to the breadth of the band’s musical accomplishments. The Who formed in 1964, long before some of these musicians were born, but [...]
Performers use music to break barriers
Cause Celeb highlights a celebrity’s work on behalf of a specific cause. This week, we speak with singer Vanessa Carlton and violinist Joshua Bell about their work with Music Unites and music education. Music Unites is nonprofit charity that supports [...]
David Arquette helps the Music Unites Youth C...
On Tuesday, the Music Unites Youth Choir will make its debut at Carnegie Hall singing The Who songs and wearing specially designed shirts from David Arquette and Ben Harper's clothing line Propr. Not bad for 47 New York public high [...]
All-Star Who Tribute @ Carnegie Hall
WHO’S WHO: A jam-packed marquee of artists pays tribute to the music of the Who at Carnegie Hall tonight. Among those tackling such enduring classics as “Baba O’Riley” and “Pinball Wizard” are Living Colour, Nicole Atkins, Sondre Lerche, the Smithereens, [...]
The Who tribute: Everyone from Patti Smith to...
"O Carnegie Hall, forgive me for what I am about to do.” With these words, Patti Smith began singing the Who’s “My Generation,” Tuesday night at Carnegie Hall. And sure enough, it was the kind of performance that Carnegie Hall rarely [...]
Patti Smith, Living Colour Pay Tribute to the...
I apologize for what I’m about to do,” said surprise guest Patti Smith last night at a Who tribute concert at the famed New York venue before launching into a snarling punk version of “My Generation,” during which she spit [...]
A Fitting Tribute to The Who at Carnegie Hall
Proceeds from the show benefitted several charities, including Music Unites, whose five-month-old youth choir, comprised of students from NYC’s five boroughs, kicked off the program with a rousing arrangement of the Tommy Overture. I chatted with MU founder Michelle Edgar, [...]
Last Night’s Concert: The Music of The Who ...
As big fans of The Who, we are happy to report that their songs still packed an amazing punch at last night’s benefit concert at Carnegie Hall. To put this into perspective, it has been nearly four decades since their [...]
At Home With Joshua Bell
It's not every day that you get the chance to hear a Grammy-winning musician give a live performance in said musician's own home. But last night, violin virtuoso Joshua Bell offered a salon-style concert in the living room of his [...]