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Ben Sisario
Mild-mannered reporter for a major metropolitan content management system.
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A look inside the new Webster Hall. Now featuring.... an elevator!
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Ben Sisario Feb 20
Replying to @dada_drummer
Mystic chords of terrible memories
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Jim DeRogatis Feb 19
It will have been a very, very long 18 years and six months when publishes on June 4. Thank you, and . And thank you most of all to the many brave young women who've fearlessly spoken out for so long. Preorder:
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Joe Coscarelli Feb 19
intense statement by the guitarist Todd Wisenbaker, one of Ryan Adams’s closest collaborators in recent years: “I believe in forgiveness, redemption and recovery, but my life has become a complete shitstorm of someone else’s utter delusion”
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Ben Sisario Feb 11
Replying to @samretzer
Please welcome Kallen Grueger on keyboards!
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Ben Sisario Feb 11
This was actually a mashup of Post Malone, RHCP, and an unnamed keyboard player hidden behind bass amp.
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Joe Coscarelli Feb 11
what are musicians so afraid of?
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Amy X. Wang Feb 10
This is America co-writers speaking about Childish Gambino's absence in the press room: "No idea.... We were working on some things with Donald a few days ago and he just left and we haven't seen him since."
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Ben Sisario Feb 10
Backstage, Ludwig Göransson, Childish Gambino collaborator, said he doesn't know where Gambino is.
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Ben Sisario Feb 10
How many queens can there possibly be?
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Ben Sisario Feb 10
Would not have guessed that Alicia Keys singing Kings of Leon would sound... good!
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Ben Sisario Feb 10
Replying to @joncaramanica
Sounded like it
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Ben Sisario Feb 10
This Is America is a radical, confusing choice for song of the year. A landmark video, but not an example of great rap. Has none of the formal, traditional songwriting elements that Grammy folks usually go for. (Impossible to simply play on a piano.)
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Ben Sisario Feb 10
Second woman of the night playing Prince-esque guitar - ON a Prince-esque guitar.
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Ben Sisario Feb 10
The guitarist hidden in back is Linda Perry, who earlier today lost the chance to be the first female producer of the year.
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Ben Sisario Feb 10
The first big bummer for the Grammys: Childish Gambino's This Is America is the first rap song ever to win song of the year, but Glover doesn't show up. His manager tweets a shrug. Bad look.
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Ben Sisario Feb 10
A live version of Havana is up for best solo performance. The original would have been too old to qualify.
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Ben Sisario Feb 10
Replying to @joecoscarelli
Kanye actually had the best year as a producer
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Ben Sisario Feb 10
Pharrell wins producer of the year. If Linda Perry had won, would have been first woman ever to win it.
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