Andrew Bird

Newport Folk Fest 2013 – Andrew Bird, Shovels & Rope


The first three acts set to play the Newport Folk Festival this summer have been revealed

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HT Staff’s 25 Best Albums Of 2012: #20 – #16


We continue our look at the Hidden Track staff's Best Albums of 2012.

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Video: Andrew Bird & Tift Merritt – If I Needed You


Watch Andrew Bird and Tift Merritt cover Townes Van Zandt's If I Needed You.

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Picture Show: Andrew Bird @ Oakland’s Fox Theater


Photographer Lee Fenyves's snaps of Andrew Bird at Oakland's Fox Theater.

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Pullin’ ‘Tubes: Bird Is The Word


Watch the video for Eyeoneye, the first single off Andrew Bird's new album.

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B List: Top 8 Upcoming Albums for 2012

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A list of upcoming released to be excited about.

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HT 25 Best Albums of 2009: Numbers 11-15

This year at Hidden Track, we concocted a little experiment for our year-end Best Albums of 2009 list. Instead of picking the old fashioned way - subjectively - we opted for something a little different: ...

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Moments in a Box: A Bonnaroo Reflection

Over the past few hours I've been contemplating the best way to do a review of Bonnaroo. It's almost impossible to convey all of the sights and sounds I took in over the past 4 ...

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Video: Wilco w/ Andrew Bird – Jesus Etc.

Wilco w/ Andrew Bird – Jesus Etc. (Live 10/17/07) View All

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Indie Rockers & Jambands Hit The Charts

Soundscan subscribers received the Billboard Top 200 chart today and I have to say 2009 is off to a great start. The folks over at P4K were quick to congratulate Animal Collective (Merriweather Post Pavilion), ...

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FL: Van Returns To Astral Weeks, Again

Back in mid-November Van Morrison scheduled a special three-night run at the Hollywood Bowl in California with the promise of a full performance of arguably his best work, Astral Weeks. As we reported, those memorable ...

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Tour Dates: The One-Man Dan Band

Dan Auerbach is best known for being half of the Akron, OH blues-rock duo The Black Keys. The singer/guitarist, who sounds remarkably like Warren Haynes, seems to have found the two-man format a bit cumbersome ...

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Friday’s Leftovers: The Mac Is Back

Remember the rumor that Sheryl Crow was going to be joining Fleetwood Mac for a world tour? Fortunately, it’s not gonna happen. Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham squashed those rumors during an interview with Gary Graff ...

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Friday’s Leftovers: Ticketmaster Strikes Back

It seems that the folks at Ticketmaster aren’t going to let Live Nation get away with starting their own ticketing service. According to Billboard, Ticketmaster is teaming up with Cablevision to purchase 49% of AEG ...

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Year-End Lists: Top 10 Performances of 2007

Like Deacon Jones' sacks and Bill Russell's blocks, I didn't keep my live show-going totals as an official statistic this year for the first time since the early aughts. But, conservatively, I saw probably no ...

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