Lloyd's official site is a great collection of recent news, reviews, and recollections from Richard. It's also the best place find out where Richard will be playing next or how to get ahold of his latest album - and you can even send him questions directly!
Richard Hell's official site - fantastic stuff,
including an on-line bio, excerpts from his books, lyrics, and many rare Television, Heartbreakers, and Voidoids photos. Also has books and (rare) posters for sale, as well as a public message forum.
- Robert Quine (of the Voidoids)
Maintained by Steve Caratzas, Robert Quine's official site collects all sorts of interesting information about his recording history, influences, gear, discography, and projects.
- The Wonder - Tom Verlaine, Television, and Stuff
The single best Television resource on the internet, bar none. Contains reviews of Television's albums, solo members' efforts, a detailed discography (including some 'unofficial' recordings), and boasts a terrific layout besides. A bit slow to load but worth the wait!
- Test Patterns - A Tribute to the band Television
You gotta hear this. In 2000, more than a dozen Television fans from the Marquee Moon Mailing List assembled an outstanding collection of their own covers of Television tracks. You can download MP3s and artwork, and read more about the effort, on this site.
- The Television page at Chrome Oxide
A nice site with line-up information, a partial discography, and some news.
- What The Hell? - Unofficial Richard Hell Fan site in Japan
A nice fan site dedicated to Richard Hell, with scans, discographies, and a large tape trading area (not Hell-specific) on the same site.
- Perfect Sound Forever
Long, interesting review of Marquee Moon from 1995. They've also got relatively recent
interviews with Richard Lloyd, Richard Hell, and Robert Quine online.
- Wilson & Alroy's Record Reviews
Reviews of a number of Television and Tom Verlaine albums.
- George Starostin's Reviews
Reviews of a few Television albums, along with comments from readers.
- Village Voice - Oct. 20 - 26, 1999
A review of Tom Verlaine's debut "film score" show, at St. Ann's church in Brooklyn, NY.
- "Guitar Refugees" at Salon.com
A review of the 1999 CD reissue of The Blow-Up, Television's live (albeit lo-fi) album drawn from a performance on March 20, 1978.
Another glowing review of Marquee Moon - "As punk attempted to destroy rock for good, a very few visionary bands saw that that wasn't necessary -- that there was a third way, a right way, and to them we owe the existence of all indie today. In America, the greatest of those visionaries was Television."
- The All Music Guide
The All Music Guide is a great source of record reviews and discographies. They have entries for Television, Tom Verlaine, Richard Hell, Richard Lloyd, the Waitresses, etc.
- Here are some of my own comments on a few live Television shows:
- The Metro, Chicago, May 10, 2001
- Irving Plaza, New York, March 19, 2002
- Irving Plaza, New York, March 20, 2002
- Irving Plaza, New York, March 21, 2003
- Irving Plaza, New York, March 22, 2003
...as well as one Tom Verlaine show:
- Bowery Ballroom, New York, October 7, 2001
- Bibi Farber
Bibi Farber is a sometime member of Richard Lloyd's band. More importantly, Richard produced and played on her debut CD Firepop in 2000.
The definitive Patti Smith fan site on the web.