Andrew Bird’s virtuosity is no secret. It’s a disservice at this point to dip into adjectives of praise and find a new way to say as much. Bird’s been around the well-regarded block, with a discography and collection of co-signs to prove it. It’s tough to think of a time he wasn’t simply out there, doing his talented thing – playing live, popping up on your tv screen, releasing attentive albums.
Andrew Bird and Jimbo Mathus go way back. They joined us for a long, freewheeling conversation about their traditional music roots and their new collaborative album These 13, an ode to the Mississippi Delta and country blues.
First off, have you seen the documentary Who Is Harry Nilsson (And Why Is Everybody Talkin’ About Him?) ? If not, you should get on that. This weekend the mailman delivered Songs From The Point , a collection of ‘indie’ artists each covering a track […]