Maggie, Suzzy, and Terre Roche (Photo by Irene Young via The Roches Facebook page)
Maggie Roche, the eldest of the three folk-singing sisters from Bergen County, New Jersey, who performed as The Roches, died Saturday morning.
Maggie, who always seemed like the sensible, quiet sister, was 65 when she lost her battle with cancer.
Younger sister Suzzy Roche confirmed the death in a loving Facebook farewell, saying she and Maggie spent “the last month and a half helping each other through her final journey.”
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Posted in Music, News, RIP
Tagged Capitol Theatre, Carolling Carollers, Christmas, folk music, Hallelujah Chorus, Lucy Wainwright Roche, Maggie Roche, New Jersey, Park Ridge, Passaic, Suzzy Roche, Terre Roche, The Roches
I wish I could mail this card to every one of you, but I don’t have your addresses. So please enjoy this classic Ardent Records greeting card image and have a very happy holiday, a merry Christmas,and a rockin’ new year!
El Vez: This is not what we had in mind for the Yule Log!
Talk about short notice!
Will You Miss Me When I’m Gone? just realized this morning that Mex-Mas is upon us. December chill is in the air, and the scent of corn tortillas baking on the stone is everywhere, along with bags of oranges in red plastic stockings.
And you know what else Mex-Mas brings:
A visit from the one, the only El Vez (aka The Mexican Elvis).
That visit for New Yorkers is tonight (Wednesday, Dec. 5) at Littlefield, 622 DeGraw St., Brooklyn. Tickets are $20 and available by clicking this link.
Doors are at 8 p.m. Comedian Jessica Delfino opens, followed by Corn Mo. And then, at 9:45, Mex-Mas will arrive!
Sorry for the late notice, but El Vez didn’t keep us posted on his tour dates this year. El Vez has done an annual Merry Mex-Mas tour for a long time. (El Vez 4 Prez is is other specialty, but that’s really only every four years.) Continue reading →
Posted in Blues, Concerts, Country, Folk, Music, News, Pop and Rock, Punk
Tagged Christmas, El Vez, Littlefield, Mex-Mas, Mexican Elvis, Robert Lopez, The Zeros