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You could tell that every member was incredibly talented. This might be hard for me to explain, but when watching a band live, I love feeling the energy. The energy between band members trying to keep the train on the tracks. When you watch bands that don’t have the talent or the gear, but there is ‘something’ that blows your mind about them. Even in the ‘pro’ bands, that energy is clearly there.
Bird revealed to NPR's All Songs Considered that Mills plays guitar in the band and that his duet with Apple on "Left Handed Kisses" has Apple playing a romantic while Bird is the skeptic. This is the pair's first collaboration together though the both appeared on comedian Margaret Cho's 2010 album Bird also announced a tour in support of the new album. He'll begin his international trek in February in the Netherlands and return stateside in late March. On the day of his album's release, he'll perform in Knoxville, TN at the Big Ears Festival. Born December 25th, 1954 Key Tracks "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)," "Here Comes the Rain Again" (Eurythmics), "Why" (solo) Influenced Beth Gibbons, SinÃ©ad O'Connor, Duffy "Anybody my age turning on MTV and seeing Annie Lennox sing 'Sweet Dreams' — that was enough right there," says Rob Thomas."There was something so soulful in the way she sang songs like 'Walking on Broken Glass.' " Lennox combines a childhood love of Motown with an operatically powerful voice — crystalline in tone, yet sultry.
She introduced R&B to New Wave with Eurythmics, and in her solo career, she invented a sort of New Age soul, based around shimmering synths, horn blasts and, most important, layer upon layer of that voice. "She can sound like a beautiful angel — or she can make it sound like she's gargling glass.
features contributions from Fiona Apple and Blake Mills.
The violinist and experimental folk singer will hop between North America and Europe through the end of May, when the tour wraps in Colorado.
"Bellevue" Andrew Bird World Tour Dates February 25 - Eindhoven, NL @ Muziekgebouw February 26 - Amsterdam, NL @ Muziekgebouw February 27 - Rotterdam, NL @ De Doelen February 28 - Groningen, NL @ De Oosterpoort March 30 - Nashville, TN @ The Ryman April 1 - Knoxville, TN @ Big Ears Festival April 2 - Atlanta, GA @ The Tabernacle April 4 - Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory April 5 - Washington, DC @ Club April 7 - Brooklyn, NY @ Kings Theatre April 8 - New York, NY @ Terminal 5 April 9 - Boston, MA @ Citi Wang Theatre April 11 - Montreal, QC @ Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre April 13 - Toronto, ON @ Danforth Music Hall April 14 - Detroit, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre April 15 - Columbus, OH @ The LC Pavillion April 16 - Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues April 18 - Milwaukee, WI @ The Riverside Theater April 19 - Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue April 21 - Kansas City, MO @ Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland April 22 - St.
This post is about two musicians that I highly respect that normally don’t play with each other to work together on a song, on the spot, with people in the room. The songs were good, interesting, technically challenging and were definitely not mainstream, yet totally accessible by everyone. I’ve featured both of them multiple times on this blog. I came across this video where they perform Black Rainbow ( a St. That’s what I’m talking about the, the spark ‘of something’.
Let me go on a tangent for a second, and explain why I wanted to post this video. But there was something I had a hard time dealing with. That energy, I believe, is what the audience soaks in.