John Cale News
Performance will air on PBS as part of the 'Grammy Salute to Music Legends'
Read an exclusive excerpt from a new biography, 'Lou Reed: A Life,' about how an unlikely group of musicians formed one of rock's most important bands
Artist will also play selections from throughout his career at special Brooklyn concert
As 'The Velvet Underground and Nico' turns 50, the violist reflects on the audacity of the group
Singer-songwriter's reverent Leonard Cohen cover highlights reissue of 1992 live LP 'Fragments of a Rainy Season'
Event marked first occasion the original lineup had shared a stage since Lou Reed fired John Cale in 1968
Influential composer, professor, filmmaker and artist died suddenly following bout with pneumonia
Cellist reimagines classic 1967 album at Paris show
Velvet Underground co-founder explains why he revisited the chaos of his 1982 LP to make 'M:FANS'
Velvet Underground vet remakes a 1982 artifact, transforming and deepening it in the process
Dirty Projectors' Amber Coffman joins former Velvet Underground member for track off upcoming 'M:FANS' LP
Former Velvet Underground member re-records 1982 song "If You Were Still Around" as tribute to Reed and other Velvet Underground collaborators
Television, John Cale, Jonny Greenwood, Tim Hecker, Keiji Haino and more unite for ambitious Knoxville takeover
The surviving Velvets reunite at their 1996 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
'We have the best of our fury laid out on vinyl'