|Support act||Alasdair Roberts|
|Date||Tuesday 11 February 2014|
This is the expected start time for the first act.
The exact timing will be communicated below on the day of the concert, at 12 pm (midday).
Humble songwriter craftsmanship that gets under your skin
Bill Callahan – once, in an other life, in AB (’00) with his band Smog – would seem to have found his own rhythm. So, on average, there's a new Callahan album released every two years with only one common denominator: pure humble songwriter craftsmanship that gets under your skin. Just think of albums like ‘Sometimes I Wish We Were An Eagle’ (’09), ‘Apocalypse’ (’11) and the current, brand new ‘Dream River’.
A preview of the album appeared in the form of a dub version of two songs from his latest litter. That, while ‘Dream River’ is far from a dub album. Basically: dry humor in Bill Callahan style. An advance press release described the album as "easily the most sensual and soulful of Callahan's career”. We can certainly agree with that.
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