Live Shots: Andrew Bird


Shortly after graduation from Northwestern University with a BA in violin performance, Andrew Bird began his career like so many other twenty-something hopefuls…with a self-released album (Music of Hair, 1996). Over the past 18 years, Bird has soared through dive bars and music festivals, making performance pitstops at landmarks like Carnegie Hall and New Orleans’ Preservation Hall. As the Midwestern multi-instrumentalist and world-class whistler prepares to hit the road again this summer in support of his latest release, I Want to See Pulaski at Night, we take a look back at some of our favorite live shots.


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Live Shots: Wilco


Just before taking the stage at Chicago’s Civic Opera House, Wilco warmed up by covering The Band’s “The Weight” with opening artist Nick Lowe and legendary gospel singer, Mavis Staples.

These are a few shots from Wilco’s stop at The Fillmore in Detroit:

(Staff Info Sheet – The “expected demographic” made us laugh)

Video Source: Nick Lowe