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The interview, originally conducted by journalist Joe Smith in 1987, was unearthed and animated for PBS' 'Blank on Blank' series.
The New York-born singer says that she had landed in New York and was on her way to meet the former Velvet Underground member when she learned of his death.
Hundreds of fans gather at Lincoln Center in New York to listen to recordings selected by Reed's family and friends at the three-hour public memorial.
In a touching open letter to neighbors, Laurie Anderson says that her husband 'died on Sunday morning looking at the trees and doing the famous 21 form of tai chi.'
In the wake of Lou Reed's passing, Velvet Undergound's founding member John Cale along with the likes of Miley Cyrus, The Who and Russell Simmons pay tribute to the rocker on the social media.
In a review for The Talkhouse, the veteran rocker calls West's latest album 'majestic and inspiring.'
The rock musician cancels three West Coast shows sandwiched between two weekend Coachella gigs.
In a magazine interview, the 'American Idol' judge explains, 'I was just so infuriated that somebody said you couldn't have a little extra meat on you - because I was by no means fat!'
Excited about the upcoming music video directed by the 'Pi' helmer, Reed hopes that the clip 'can be his next Black Swan.'
While RiRi samples Avril Lavigne and goes solo in 'Cheers', she gets Nicki Minaj as her company in 'Raining Men'.
Lou Reed shows his support for the 'Britain's Got Talent' graduate by serving behind the lens for her 'Perfect Day' music video which boasts gorgeous landscape of Scotland's Trussochs National Park.
The performance will be part of a charity event, Pride of Britain, which will take place next week in London.
The rock veteran has thrilled fans at Gorillaz's concert by taking the stage with the band for a rare live collaboration, performing 'Some Kind of Nature'.
Calling the move 'pathetic', the music mogul said during a radio interview, 'Well Lou, if you're listening, 'Do we have permission to put the song on next week?'
Following the arrival of the beautiful rendition, Simon Cowell asks Lou Reed, 'If you're listening to this, do we have permission, yes or no, to put the song on 'America's Got Talent' next week?'