Catching Up With M. Ward

“I’m not a scientist, so I don’t exactly understand how radio waves are sent through the air. But as a kid, it was magic.” M. Ward joins us to discuss Supernatural Thing, Elvis, his collaborative process, the influence of Howe Gelb of Giant Sand, and more.

M. Ward :: The AD Interview

M. Ward’s sprawling and reflective tenth studio album, Migration Stories, bears its influence with mid-19th century migration folklore and Pax Americana folk, sung to the rustic hum of heavy guitar strings and vintage Americana. We caught up with Ward amidst our own cross-coastal quarantines to talk Migration Stories, bloodlines, the magic of first-takes, recurring earthquake dreams, and the insanity of modern times.

An Evening With :: Jim James/M Ward/Conor Oberst

February 20, 2004, Pantages Theatre – Minneapolis, MN Download: MP3: M. Ward :: Fuel For Fire MP3: M. Ward :: Duet For Guitars #3 MP3: M. Ward :: Let’s Dance MP3: M. Ward :: Undertaker MP3: M. Ward :: Helicopter MP3: M. Ward :: O’Brien/O’Brien’s Nocturne MP3: M. Ward :: Vincent O’Brien MP3: M. Ward :: Outta My Head MP3: Jim James :: One In The Same MP3: Jim James :: Like It Should MP3: Jim James :: I Can’t Wait MP3: […]