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Chelsea Hotel; The Sadies Play Live

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Friday, December 13, 2013

In this episode: Sherill Tippins, author of Inside the Dream Palace: The Life and Times of New York’s Legendary Chelsea Hotel, talks with Soundcheck host John Schaefer about some of the Chelsea 's many stories, and how it was designed from the beginning to foster creativity.

And, The Sadies -- the veteran Toronto rockers many know as from serving as backing bands for musicians like Neko Case and Neil Young -- perform songs from its latest album, Internal Sounds, in the Soundcheck studio.

Inside The Chelsea Hotel

Sherill Tippins, author of Inside the Dream Palace: The Life and Times of New York’s Legendary Chelsea Hotel, talks with Soundcheck host John Schaefer about some of the Chelsea 's many stories, and how it was designed from the beginning to foster creativity.

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Hear: The Sadies, Live On Soundcheck

Hear The Sadies -- the veteran Toronto rockers many know as from serving as backing bands for musicians like Neko Case and Neil Young -- perform songs from its latest album, Internal Sounds, in the Soundcheck studio.

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To the surprise of practically everyone, Beyoncé dropped her fifth album overnight, coupled with a music video for every song.

Knee-Jerk Reaction: Soundcheck On Beyoncé's Surprise New Album

For those who went to bed at a sensible hour last night, you likely awoke this Friday morning to discover Beyoncé dropped an entire new album overnight. From the Soundcheck team, reactions range from "it's a visual delight!" to "I’m not hearing many up-tempo playlist contenders." 

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The Lone Bellow perform in the Soundcheck studio.

12 Days Of Soundcheck: The Lone Bellow, 'You Never Need Nobody'

On Friday, December 13, download a special live performance of The Lone Bellow's song "You Never Need Nobody" recorded in the Soundcheck studio.

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Comments [1]

ndlela from Bronx, NY

Football commentary on the BBC? Really? Had no idea.

Dec. 13 2013 09:02 PM

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