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Dave Van Ronk aka "Mayor of MacDougal Street" appearance on long-running cable access TV show The Jon Hammond Show performing "Saturday Alley Up the Sunday Street". Priceless footage of Dave telling stories during tuning and about tuning. The performance is flawless and up close and personal, shot by Mr. Hammond personally, enjoy! ©2008 http://www.HammondCast.com
20 Apr 2008
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* Provincetown Playhouse needs help! * Passing Strange cast album gets iTunes release. * In The Heights cast album due June 3. * Rufus Sewell in new CBS drama. Read more at http://www.BroadwayBulletin.com The Provincetown Playhouse is set to be demolished by NYU, however, a community of theatre lovers, playwrights, actors and activists are trying to save the theatre. Tomorrow NYU will hold a public hearing to announce its final decision regarding the Playhouse, while community activists hold a protest rally outside. If you'd like to participate, contact the Playhouse at 133 MacDougal before 6 pm. A petition is available to sign at Manhattan Theatre Source 177, MacDougal Street. There is also a petition online at gvshp.org. The acclaimed rock musical Passing Strange will be the first-ever Broadway show to get a Digital Exclusive Release from iTunes. The shows Original Cast Recording will be available on the digital iTunes store today, May 27th, with a physical release slated for July. The original cast album of the production was recorded in front of a live audience in a recording studio on stage at the Belasco Theatre. Ghostlight Records is also releasing the original cast recording of In The Heights on June 3. The original Broadway Cast Album contains 23 tracks of Latin, Salsa and Hip-Hop infused music spread out over two CD's. All of the music from the show was conceived and written by Lin-Manuel Miranda. In The Heights has been nominated for 13 Tony Awards, including Best Musical and Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics). Tony Award nominee Rufus Swell (Rock 'n' Roll) will star in The Eleventh Hour, an adaptation of a British series about a government agent who saves people from science. The Eleventh Hour will air on CBS. Read more at http://www.BroadwayBulletin.com
28 May 2008
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I continue the food tour of New York City, stressing affordable places for YouTubers who are coming to the gathering on 7/7/07. A Salt & Battery http://www.asaltandbattery.com/ 112 Greenwich Ave (btw 12th St and Jane St) Magnolia Bakery http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnolia_Bakery 401 Bleecker St, at West 11th Pink Teacup http://www.thepinkteacup.com/ 42 Grove St Minetta Tavern 113 MacDougal St http://www.yelp.com/biz/PYcL2z9gHj6-ZTlViT9Nqw John's of Bleecker St - Pizza http://www.johnsofbleeckerstreet.com/ 278 Bleecker St, just east of 7th Ave. Peanut Butter & Co. Sandwich Shop http://www.ilovepeanutbutter.com/sandwich_shop.cfm 240 Sullivan St, btw Bleecker and W 3rd ACME Bar and Grill http://www.acmebarandgrill.com/ 9 Great Jones St, btw Broadway and Lafayette
13 Dec 2009
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Fugget About It Season: 1 Meet The Falcones, formerly a New York mob family, the Falcones are now the "MacDougals" and it's not easy going from glorified gangster to neighborhood nobodies, sicne the entire family is now in the witness protection program in small-town Canada.
15 Oct 2013
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I first heard it rumored on Milwaukee School of Engineering - MSOE Radio that this version of 'Don't Think Twice, It's Alright' by Bob Dylan is the first known original recording of the song from the Fall of 1962. This recording surfaced only on bootleg albums like 'Ode for Barbara Allen' in 1974 subtitled as 'The Minnesota mover returns to the air' on The Amazing Korneyphone Record Label (TAKREL) from Southern California. During the 1970's the Korneyphone label was one of the first big record bootlegging outfits in the US. It was derived from Bob Dylan's performances at The Gaslight Cafe a basement coffee house at 116 MacDougal Street in the Greenwich Village, NY. From 1958 to 1971 performers would play for audiences for free and after the set a basket was passed for customer who wished to tip. The same song became available on another bootleg album entitled 'Barbed Wire Blues' in 1977 released on the Singers Original Double Disk Label (SODD). Finally someone took the hint and produced a CD release featuring 10 songs including 'Don't Think Twice, It's Alright' from Bob Dylan's recordings at The Gaslight Cafe called 'Live at the Gaslight 1962' by Columbia Records released in 2005. It was first only available at Starbucks coffee and the Starbucks Entertainment website www.hearmusic.com in an 18-month coffee shop promo. Now available at Amazon.com and other fine establishments: http://www.amazon.com/Live-Gaslight-1962-Bob-Dylan/dp/B000B8K8N0 *Note purchase may be a bit pricey.
27 Dec 2013
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