Performances of the longest-running show in Broadway history will resume at the city's Majestic Theatre on October 22.
Hailed as the perfect pop-rock album, ‘Parallel Lines’ made Blondie global icons, influencing successive generations of New York bands.
Directed by Jack Bennett, the first instalment in the 11-episode series features guest stars including Henry Rollins.
Tickets to attend the outdoor in-person screening/events are available starting Monday, May 10 at 11:00 a.m. EST.
Though punk quickly proliferated outwards, there’s little debate that the cultural hub of the fruitful scene began in New York City.
NY PopsUp will take place over 100 days, with more than 1000 performances.
The New York landmark is lit up in blue, with a peace sign, as a tribute to the legendary artist, who would have turned 80 tomorrow.
The influential trio first took to the stage at New York’s Mercury Lounge on September 25, 2000.
The visual for the iconic boogaloo song comes ahead of a vinyl reissue of Rodriguez’s classic LP, ‘I Like It Like That (A Mi Me Gusta Así).’
Released by Alegre Records in 1967, the record's title track became the boogaloo genre’s anthem and one of the most iconic dance hits in the history of Latin American music.
'A Moment With The Met' will be held virtually in place of the annual fashion extravaganza.
The gigs document included a show at New York’s CBGB’s in 1988, San Francisco’s The Warfield in 1993, and a ‘Daydream Nation’ gig in Glasgow in 2007.
The clip features archive video as well as new footage of Mike Diamond and Ad-Rock talking about the band's history on stage.
The event will be filmed at the YouTube Space in New York and streams exclusively on the Iggy Pop YouTube channel starting at 3pm EST tomorrow.
The story of Frank Sinatra is that of someone born into humble beginnings who became one of the most famous and celebrated entertainers of his time.