Forecastle Festival, Days Two and Three

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My write-ups and selected photos from days two and three of the Forecastle Festival are now up at the CHIRPRadio blog! Give it to read to check out coverage of acts including Lucius, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Boy & Bear, Mount Moriah, and others. A photo gallery is in the works on . . . → Read More: Forecastle Festival, Days Two and Three

Forecastle Festival, Day One

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I’m in Louisville, Kentucky again this weekend for my favorite summer festival, Forecastle. This year, I have the great pleasure of covering it for CHIRP Radio, so make your way over to their blog to check out some photos and read my take on day one. Stick around all weekend, as . . . → Read More: Forecastle Festival, Day One

Andrew Bird; Lincoln Theater, Washington DC & Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro, NC

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Hideout, December 2012

So it seems like every year I do one of these – a semi-vacation to some other random city to see Andrew Bird. It’s a bit like a pilgrimage, if catching a couple of concerts and then spending a few days pretending that I live somewhere else can . . . → Read More: Andrew Bird; Lincoln Theater, Washington DC & Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro, NC

Andrew Bird, Fourth Presbyterian Church; December 11, 2013

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People occasionally ask me how I can sit through four concerts from the same artist four nights in a row, or more generally, how there is any artist, anywhere, in any genre, who it’s possible to love so much that I would want to see more than a handful of times, . . . → Read More: Andrew Bird, Fourth Presbyterian Church; December 11, 2013

Andrew Bird, Fourth Presbyterian Church; December 10, 2013

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I’ve got about an hour to tell you my thoughts on last night’s Gezellegheid shows before I get to go off and meet up with fellow erstwhile blogger Mel to go stand in line for a while. (These write-ups were much easier to manage when I turned Birdmas into a staycation; maybe . . . → Read More: Andrew Bird, Fourth Presbyterian Church; December 10, 2013

Andrew Bird, Fourth Presbyterian Church; December 9, 2013

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Hey, internet. It’s been a while, hasn’t it? I’ve become a bit more of an occasional blogger than anything else, but there’s one very special time of year where I still have thoughts and feelings about music that I need to impart to you, and that’s during what I’ve previously dubbed Birdmas, . . . → Read More: Andrew Bird, Fourth Presbyterian Church; December 9, 2013