Kevin Morby sings like a man who’s seen things. His latest, Singing Saw, out April 15th via Dead Oceans, is his third solo album, and like its predecessors, it’s an excellent recording. Morby’s world is lived-in and worn, with bouncing country rock, spooky folk, and urgent, apocalyptic proclamations. There are moments of lightness to balance […]
Archive for the 'Kevin Morby' Category
This Tuesday night, Aquarium Drunkard presents an evening with Kevin Morby and Rodrigo Amarante at The Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles. Tickets are still available, here, and we have several pairs saved for AD readers. To enter, leave a comment below. Winners notified by Monday afternoon.
Lagniappe (la·gniappe) noun ˈlan-ˌyap,’ – 1. An extra or unexpected gift or benefit. 2. Something given or obtained as a gratuity or bonus. Kevin Morby’s week-long tour of the west coast with Jessica Pratt begins today, followed by an east coast tour in early March. Before he hit the road, Morby recorded three covers for […]
Friday, February 27th, Aquarium Drunkard presents an intimate evening with Kevin Morby and Jessica Pratt in Long Beach. Location to be announced. Limited capacity. Tickets available for purchase, here. We have a few pair to giveaway to AD readers. To enter, leave you name and a valid email address we can reach you at in […]
Late last year, after incessant touring among the ranks of his Alma mater acts Woods and The Babies, Kevin Morby released his solo debut – the stunning folk of Harlem River. On the self-proclaimed ‘homage to New York City,’ Morby transposed from supporting role to lead with a nonchalance often not found among even the […]
We’re back in NYC. This Friday night, April 25th, Aquarium Drunkard presents Steve Gunn and Kevin Morby at Rough Trade in Brooklyn. Local outfit Prince Rupert’s Drops supports. We have several pairs of tickets for AD readers. To enter, leave a comment with how you first happened upon Gunn and/or Morby’s music. Should be a […]