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New York Daily News

New York Daily News

Founded in 1919, the Daily News is an American newspaper based in New York City. It is the fourth most widely circulated daily newspaper in the United States.

31 articles

David Bowie: Carnegie Hall, New York NY

Live Review by Lillian Roxon, New York Daily News, 30 September 1972

David Bowie Can Do It All ...

John Denver: Carnegie Hall, New York NY

Live Review by Lillian Roxon, New York Daily News, 2 October 1972

Denver a Sweetie Pie ...

Leonard Cohen: Last of the Pop Poets

Interview by Mike Jahn, New York Daily News, 2 September 1973

ANY ROOM containing both furniture and Leonard Cohen would be overcrowded. ...

Bryan Ferry, Roxy Music: Bryan Ferry: A Perverse Romance

Profile by Susin Shapiro, New York Daily News, 15 April 1979

BRYAN FERRY, born in Newcastle, England, would make a perfect matinee idol. But though he has all the attributes — handsome, suave, with a slow-spreading, ...

World Party: Wallinger: The World's in His Hands

Interview by Laura Fissinger, New York Daily News, 12 May 1987

NOT THAT Karl Wallinger is modelling himself after Sean Penn or anything, but he'd really rather not be doing interviews — not this month, anyway. ...

Steve Earle, Will Rambeaux, Randy Travis: The New Nashville

Report by Laura Fissinger, New York Daily News, 20 December 1987

Country is giving berth to rock these days ...

SWV returning home as VIPs

Interview by Amy Linden, New York Daily News, 15 July 1993

SWV STANDS for "Sisters With Voices." No, they aren't sisters, but they have voices that you cannot get away from, no matter how hard you ...

H-Town, Jade, LL Cool J, Naughty By Nature, Shai, Silk, SWV: L.L. Cool J, Naughty by Nature, H-Town, Jade, SWV, Silk, Shai: Madison Square Garden, New York NY

Live Review by Amy Linden, New York Daily News, 20 July 1993

Hormones in Harmony at Garden Summerfest sizzles with sex as rappers drop trousers & leave pants in their wake ...

The CBS Orchestra, Bernie Worrell: Funk master Worrell gets "a steady gig"

Report and Interview by Amy Linden, New York Daily News, 6 September 1993

Brilliant Bernie joins Letterman show's band ...

Nirvana: Coliseum, New York NY

Live Review by Deborah Frost, New York Daily News, 16 November 1993

Nirvana Reaches Nirvana ...

Bootsy Collins: Tramps, New York NY

Live Review by Amy Linden, New York Daily News, 1 October 1994

Despite Sore Throat, Bootsy Puts His Best Funk Forward ...

Mary J. Blige, Boyz II Men, Montell Jordan, TLC: Boyz II Men, TLC, Mary J. Blige, Montell Jordan: Budweiser Superfest, Madison Square Garden, New York NY

Live Review by Amy Linden, New York Daily News, 31 July 1995

Budfest: State of the Art Black pop is in fine shape, even if Garden sound isn't ...

The Replacements, Paul Westerberg: Paul Westerberg: Former Angry Young Man Now a Bit Amused

Interview by Amy Linden, New York Daily News, 6 May 1996

Paul Westerberg wears the crown of pop punk king very reluctantly ...

Merle Haggard: Tramps, New York NY

Live Review by Amy Linden, New York Daily News, 13 May 1996

The bus stops here, at long last, and Merle shows he's still one of our great country men ...

Tori Amos: Madison Square Garden, New York, NY

Live Review by Carol Cooper, New York Daily News, 15 May 1996

Performing non-stop for nearly two hours on Monday night, Tori Amos sang and played like a woman possessed by the need for release. ...

Nas: Rap: Nas-ter Has Success 'Written' All Over Him

Profile and Interview by Amy Linden, New York Daily News, 25 July 1996

Speaking the Queensbridge English, recording artist is the city's No. 1 son ...

Patti Austin, Groove Theory, Brian McKnight, The Tony Rich Project, Take 6, The Time: The Time, the Tony Rich Project, Take 6, Patti Austin, Brian McKnight, Groove Theory: Theater at Madison Square Garden, New York NY

Live Review by Amy Linden, New York Daily News, 2 September 1996

The Vibe Wasn't Exactly Magic Quick taste of new Quincy Jones/Magic Johnson production doesn't provide enough flavor ...

New Edition: Home Again (MCA)

Review by Amy Linden, New York Daily News, 10 September 1996

AWOL SINCE 1988, New Edition is back with a vengeance. With all members on board (yes, that includes bad boy Bobby Brown, as well as ...

Dan Penn and Spooner Oldham: Dan Penn & Spooner Oldham: St. Ann's Church, Brooklyn NY

Live Review by Amy Linden, New York Daily News, 9 December 1996

First Penn & Oldham wrote great songs, now they play 'em ...

Blackstreet, New Edition, Keith Sweat: New Edition, Keith Sweat, BLACKstreet: Madison Square Garden, New York NY

Live Review by Amy Linden, New York Daily News, 13 January 1997

New Edition Recaptures Old Feeling ...

LL Cool J: Beacon Theatre, New York

Live Review by Mac Randall, New York Daily News, 23 June 2003

At Beacon, everybody loves Cool James ...

Lil Jon & the East Side Boyz, Ludacris: Hip hop’s new home

Report and Interview by Michael A. Gonzales, New York Daily News, 28 September 2003

Southern stars challenge domination of rap by East and West Coast acts ...

Elvis Costello, Emmylou Harris: Elvis Costello with Emmylou Harris: SummerStage, Central Park, NYC

Live Review by Mac Randall, New York Daily News, 20 July 2005

"PITY ABOUT IT BEING so cold and all," Elvis Costello cracked toward the beginning of his Central Park SummerStage concert last night. ...

Solomon Burke: No. 1, at last

Report and Interview by Gene Santoro, New York Daily News, 2 March 2007

Solomon Burke's latest, Nashville, features guests like Emmylou Harris, Dolly Parton, Patty Loveless and Gillian Welch. ...

Interpol on duty at Madison Square Garden tonight

Report and Interview by Gene Santoro, New York Daily News, 14 September 2007

THEY NEVER CAUGHT quite as much mainstream attention as other modern New York bands like the Strokes or the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. But now, Interpol ...

Animal Collective is in a "Jam"

Report and Interview by Gene Santoro, New York Daily News, 28 September 2007

ANIMAL COLLECTIVE has been called psychedelic folk, indie noise rock and experimental folk electronica. ...

Porcupine Tree branches out

Report and Interview by Gene Santoro, New York Daily News, 12 October 2007

WHEN PORCUPINE TREE started in 1987, they were a Spinal Tap-style flight of multi-instrumentalist Steven Wilson's imagination. ...

The Cult: Cult returns with new CD

Report and Interview by Gene Santoro, New York Daily News, 9 November 2007

FIRST, THE GROUP tapped into punk and goth. Then they stirred in psychedelia on 1985's 'She Sells Sanctuary'. By 1987, the Rick Rubin-produced album Electric ...

Laura Marling: Folk-rock's Laura Marling, a star in U.K. at 17, hits New York Friday

Report and Interview by Gene Santoro, New York Daily News, 18 January 2008

IN 2006, LAURA Marling, a 16-year-old Brit from Hampshire, started heading to London every week, looking for clubs to play and flats to crash at ...

Kimya Dawson is just peachy

Report and Interview by Gene Santoro, New York Daily News, 4 April 2008

THE LEFT-FIELD success of Juno didn't end at the movie box office. The Oscar winner's soundtrack went all the way to No. 1, making its ...

Billy Joel's N.Y. State of Mind

Guide by Hank Bordowitz, New York Daily News, 13 July 2008

IT SEEMS FITTING that Billy Joel should play the last concert at Shea Stadium before it meets the wrecking ball. Shea has hosted the most ...

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