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All You Need Is Klaus (Smithsonian Channel, Sunday 8pm)

By Sarah Rodman, Boston Globe The Smithsonian Channel may not be the first place music fans think of when considering “music on TV’’ options. But between programming on undersea edens and classic court cases, the cable network has programmed some engrossing and offbeat musical fare on everything from free jazz to traveling blues. Sunday night [...]

2010-09-09T16:53:37+00:00 August 20th, 2010|Yoko watches|

Top Live Show: YOKO ONO [Time Out, NY]

The legendary artist reconvenes Plastic Ono Band for her first local shows in years. By Jay Ruttenberg, Time Out New York There’s a great old yarn about an avant-garde figure who emerges from a mental institution in the late ’60s and attends an event downtown. John Lennon and Yoko Ono make their entrance. “Who’s the guy with Yoko?” the avant-gardist inquires. The anecdote isn’t inconceivable. Before her path collided with Lennon’s, Ono was, of course, a macher in an art underground that paid no heed to popular culture.

2010-07-31T07:56:13+00:00 February 10th, 2010|Interviews & Articles|