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'
Track will appear on upcoming box set, 'Loaded: Re-Loaded 45th Anniversary Edition'
Velvet Underground singer also fondly recalls scaring off college-aged fans with shotgun
A six-disc box set, as well as less extravagant versions of the reissue, will be available this fall
Vaunted "Scepter Studios" acetate now selling on eBay
"People always seemed afraid to be straight with Lou but I wasn't," Haines writes of her unique relationship with the rock legend