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Billy Bragg + Kim Churchill
With his first new studio album in five years, Tooth & Nail, released in March, the accomplished and inspirational musician follows up his short Summer tour with new dates in November.
Drawing on personal rather than political themes, Tooth & Nail was recorded over a whirlwind five-day session with Grammy Award winning producer Joe Henry (whose impeccable production credits include Solomon Burke, Aimee Mann, Elvis Costello and Hugh Laurie) in his South Pasadena basement studio.
With Joe taking Billy out of his comfort zone (all vocals were recorded live without retakes or overdubs) the album features an accomplished crew of musicians, including Greg Leisz (Bon Iver), Patrick Warren (Lana Del Rey), Jay Bellerose (Regina Spektor) and David Piltch (Ramblin’ Jack Eliot). The spontaneous results are, according to Billy, a return to the rootsy sound of 1998’s Mermaid Avenue sessions he recorded with Wilco - drawing on soul, country and folk music influences to explore the ups and downs of relationships that have stood the test of time.
Described by The Times as a 'National Treasure', Billy Bragg's brand of socially and politically aware punk-folk has made a remarkable dent in the British conscience and made his name as one of Britain's most popular and out-spoken singer/songwriters. Drawing on the folk tradition of protest song, and the punk sensibilities of direct action, Billy Bragg has made a name for himself as an accomplished and inspirational musician, and as a charged and pro-active activist.
At their best, Billy’s songs present ‘the perfect Venn diagram between the political and the personal’ (the Guardian)
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This Australian surfer had a connection to the sea that spills out in his musical performances, even when he's a long way from the beach. Kim plays a guitar with the busiest of fingers and the rhythm of a master, and sings lyrics too enigmatic to believe they came from someone so young.
His mixture of folk, rock and blues has led to comparisons to Nick Drake amongst others.
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