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Horse Feathers Played The Sinclair (Cambridge, MA) - Photos / Review 4.21.2014

slyke25:

Horse Feathers (Portland, OR) are celebrating ten years together as a band and are touring the U.S on an acoustic tour.  Last night, they played The Sinclair in Cambridge and Skinny Bones (Jamaica Plain) opened.

Horse Feathers play the Columbus Theatre in Providence tonight, followed by Pittsburgh, Ann Arbor, and Chicago.

April 22, 2014 Columbus Theatre - Providence, RI
April 23, 2014 Thunderbird Cafe - Pittsburgh, PA
April 24, 2014 The Ark - Ann Arbor, MI
April 25, 2014 Old Town School Of Folk Music - Chicago, IL

Photos and a video “Dustbowl" from The Sinclair show below.

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newportfolkfest:

“Many years ago, a few days after I began working for the festival, I was lying on the stone floor in the apse of Trinity Church in Toronto while the Cowboy Junkies and some “friends” were recording The Trinity Revisited – a celebration of the 20th anniversary of the original Trinity Sessions. The friends included Natalie Merchant, the late Vic Chesnutt and Ryan Adams. Even though it was a closed set, I was lucky enough to be asked to join the scene so I could write the liner notes to the accompanying DVD. I have many surreal memories of that night, but the most distinct was the awed silence that followed after Ryan Adams sang the Junkies’ solemnly hypnotic and beguiling beers-and-tears tune “200 More Miles”. Everyone was just staring at him as he, seemingly non-plussed and unaware, fiddled with the knobs on his constantly fickle guitar. Chesnutt finally broke the reverie by saying, “Well gee whiz Ryan, the ladies will be weeping when they hear that one.” Always wanting to get it right, Adams asked for another take, to which Natalie demurely replied, “Are you really going to break our hearts again?”
It was at this exact moment I knew that Ryan Adams had to play Newport. After so many years, it is my distinct and utter pleasure to say: Ladies and Gentleman, please welcome Ryan Adams to the 2014 Newport Folk Festival.”
- Jay Sweet

newportfolkfest:

Many years ago, a few days after I began working for the festival, I was lying on the stone floor in the apse of Trinity Church in Toronto while the Cowboy Junkies and some “friends” were recording The Trinity Revisited – a celebration of the 20th anniversary of the original Trinity Sessions. The friends included Natalie Merchant, the late Vic Chesnutt and Ryan Adams. Even though it was a closed set, I was lucky enough to be asked to join the scene so I could write the liner notes to the accompanying DVD. I have many surreal memories of that night, but the most distinct was the awed silence that followed after Ryan Adams sang the Junkies’ solemnly hypnotic and beguiling beers-and-tears tune “200 More Miles”. Everyone was just staring at him as he, seemingly non-plussed and unaware, fiddled with the knobs on his constantly fickle guitar. Chesnutt finally broke the reverie by saying, “Well gee whiz Ryan, the ladies will be weeping when they hear that one.” Always wanting to get it right, Adams asked for another take, to which Natalie demurely replied, “Are you really going to break our hearts again?”

It was at this exact moment I knew that Ryan Adams had to play Newport. After so many years, it is my distinct and utter pleasure to say: Ladies and Gentleman, please welcome Ryan Adams to the 2014 Newport Folk Festival.”

- Jay Sweet

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A witch studies in a museum. 1964. From the Life Images Collection.

lereveterribles:

A witch studies in a museum. 1964. From the Life Images Collection.

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