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
Singer-songwriter also performed 'New York' track "Strawman" at concert captured on upcoming Bottom Line Archive Series release
As-yet-untitled project will "rely on Warhol films but also a rich culture of experimental film," 'Velvet Goldmine' director says
Artist will also play selections from throughout his career at special Brooklyn concert
Musician croons "Who Loves the Sun" for 'Shangri-La Suite' soundtrack
Stolen pop riffs, Warhol's wild ideas, an ill-fated Greenwich Village residency and other elements that influenced the band's legendary debut
As 'The Velvet Underground and Nico' turns 50, the violist reflects on the audacity of the group
Laurie Anderson, archivist Don Fleming talk complete, career-spanning trove of late icon's papers and recordings
Our guide to his best, deepest and most overlooked LPs – from Velvet Underground classics to solo landmarks and beyond
Event marked first occasion the original lineup had shared a stage since Lou Reed fired John Cale in 1968
'Nico, 1988' chronicles singer's 1987 solo tour, heroin addiction
Daylong "The Bells" event also featured Lucinda Williams, Yo La Tengo, Steve Buscemi
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'