Sounds like: Suicide, Spaceman 3, Brian Eno, Leonard Cohen Song: Lawrence Lui - Honey So Blue (chimes & tremolo) What's so good? Looking for some music to reflect to, I came across this little lofi indietronica gem of a jam by Lawrence Lui. Show More Summary
The National contributed to the Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal's recent Leonard Cohen exhibition, and while performing in his Montreal hometown on Thursday, they decided to pay tribute again. The band closed their set with a cover of his Death Of A Ladies' Man track "Memories," and you can watch their rendition below.
They honored the late singer in his hometown of Montreal
Everybody Knows -- Leonard Cohen Everybody knows that the dice are loaded Everybody rolls with their fingers crossed Everybody knows the war is over Everybody knows the good guys lost Everybody knows the fight was fixed The poor stay poor, the rich get rich That's how it goes Everybody knows We had a good run, people. Show More Summary
NPR reports: Hailed as music’s biggest night, the 60th Annual Grammy Awards will return to New York City, taking place at Madison Square Garden Jan. 28. Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s crossover smash “Despacito” was well-received by the...Show More Summary
Also up for awards: Father John Misty, LCD Soundsystem, Perfume Genius, Brian Eno, Tyler, the Creator, Cardi B, and Leonard Cohen
Sounds like: Nick Cave, Tom Waits, Leonard Cohen Song: Josh McGovern - Love Left Lost What's so good? Brooding Brighton singer songwriter Josh McGovern returns with haunting sophomore single "Love Left Lost." Possessing a voice veryShow More Summary
Sounds like: Johnny Cash, Leonard Cohen, Jeff Tweedy Song: Peter Oren - Anthropocene What's so good? Peter Oren gives the impression of a man plucked out of the smokey bars of the grassroots folk movement of the 60's and flung into the millennial world of today. Show More Summary
As the great Leonard Cohen once sang, “the poor stay poor and the rich get rich; that’s how it goes, everybody knows”—especially if you live in Seattle. The Emerald City has just hit a record high for income inequality, and it now rivals San Francisco. Show More Summary
It’s been one year since the passing of beloved Montreal-born singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen, and the Canadian artist is being honored with a mural on Crescent Street in his home city. The tribute comes from the non-profit organization MU, and is based on a photo Cohen’s daughter Lorca took in 2008; she shot Cohen’s music video […]
In the months since the death of Leonard Cohen, Cohen's son Adam has been organizing a huge tribute to his father at Montreal's Bell Centre. Last night, the show went down, and it featured luminaries from around the world singing Cohen's songs. Adam Cohen sang "Chelsea Hotel" as a duet with Lana Del Rey. Feist…
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At the Leonard Cohen memorial concert in Montreal
To mark the one-year anniversary of Cohen’s death.
Lana and Adam Cohen sang “Chelsea Hotel No. 2” at a memorial concert in Montreal
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A Montreal museum showcases new work from Canada and beyond, commissioned to honour the legend The post For Leonard Cohen, a career retrospective unlike any other appeared first on Macleans.ca.
She originally performed it at the 2017 Juno Awards