News featuring Leonard Cohen

The following news stories mention Leonard Cohen. Stories are compiled from a hand-picked selection of popular music news sites based in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Updated less than 8 hours ago.

’14 Oct 22 Wed

Wednesday 22nd October

  • Puddles Pity Party playing Joes Pub tonight & other dates

    Puddles Pity Party at Webster Hall 2013 (more by PSquared)

    How do you feel about clowns? They aren't so much the stuff of kids entertainment anymore, more likely the stuff of nightmares. One clown that's in the "misunderstood monster" department is Puddles Pity Party, a 6'8" clown dressed up as a modern-day Pagliaccio, both terrifying and possessed with a sonorous voice. ("The Sad Clown with the Golden Voice.") Those pipes are used on an array of covers, from Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" to Lorde's "Royals." Videos of both are below.

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’14 Oct 16 Thu

Thursday 16th October

’14 Oct 14 Tue

Tuesday 14th October

  • ArtsBeat: Leonard Cohen Live Concert to Be Released on Video

    The show, “Leonard Cohen – Live in Dublin,” includes an entire show from Mr. Cohen’s 2013 tour.

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  • Leonard Cohen Reveals 'Live in Dublin' Concert Package

    Honestly, it's a pretty good predicament to be in, but Canadian treasure Leonard Cohen is apparently packed to the gills with new material to premiere for the faithful. Last month, he issued his Popular Problems full-length, and now he's gone ahead and revealed that a concert release is on the way later this year. Titled Leonard Cohen - Live in Dublin, the live package arrives December 2 as a triple CD/DVD package, a triple CD/Blu-ray and digitally via Columbia Records/Legacy. A press release notes that this is the first full-length concert release of Cohen's to have been...Read More

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’14 Sep 25 Thu

Thursday 25th September

  • Leonard Cohen: Popular Problems

    Cohen's 13th studio release offers nine powerful reflections on the sacred and the profane with characteristic mix of humor and longing.

    Leonard Cohen’s 13th studio album, Popular Problems, arrives two days after his 80th birthday, and it is a stunning testament to the singer’s rejuvenated strength in performance and his ongoing mastery of song structure. All of the characteristics that have defined Cohen’s long career are present here, the humor, the tongue-in-somebody’s-cheek sexuality, the longing spirituality. Cohen is America's poet/prophet of the sacred and profane, and he delivers majestically on this brief but powerful album. Cohen…

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’14 Sep 24 Wed

Wednesday 24th September

’14 Sep 23 Tue

Tuesday 23rd September

  • Get Reviews of Aphex Twin, Leonard Cohen and Julian Casablancas in Our New Release Roundup

    A host of sensational new sounds fill today's New Release Roundup. Stocked up with reviews of some of music's latest releases, it's sure to point you in the right direction on the way to refreshing your listening lineup. Give it a read below; if you can't find the album you came here for, be sure to check our Recently Reviewed section for more.

    Returning with his first record in over a decade, Aphex Twin's Syro demonstrates an even measure of sounds that are distinctively from the mind of Richard D. James. But being an artist with such an eccentric and unpredictable discography, what direction has he taken his brand of electronic music in this time around? Read our review to find out if his extended absence has changed sound.

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  • New Mix: Damien Rice (Premiere), Leonard Cohen, Caroline Rose, Afternoons

    On this week's show, we premiere a thoughtful song from Damien Rice, a track from Leonard Cohen's highly anticipated new album, music from recent discovery Caroline Rose and more.

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’14 Sep 22 Mon

Monday 22nd September

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