by Jia Tolentino Here's a beautiful new song from British singer-songwriter Clare Maguire, who doesn't sound like a 26-year-old: the wounded, warm and slightly operatic texture of her voice brings to mind Stevie Nicks and Fiona Apple, and fits perfectly with this time capsule of a song, which was co-written by Jarvis Cocker and sounds like it. 0 Comments
David Blaine appears to be coming back with a bang. The celebrity magician and former Fiona Apple paramour will return… Read More
In a recent interview with Revolt TV, Brendan Urie of Panic! At The Disco leaked smug all over the place when he recalled a creative spat with Fiona Apple. The songstress vehemently denied the band’s request to sample her song, “Every...Show More Summary
In an interview with Revolt TV, Panic! At The Disco frontman Brendan Urie reveals that “Miss Jackson,” the lead single from the band’s latest album Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! was built around a sample of Fiona Apple’s “Every Single Night” until Apple refused to clear it. “She was not having it, [...]
In turn, frontman Brendon Urie calls her a "bitch".
A wonderful cover. I also enjoy the Fiona Apple version of Sally's Song. Video link
In recent weeks we’ve heard about musician-versus-audience showdowns involving Fiona Apple and Neko Case that resulted in both singers erupting at their fans. Now let’s add Best Coast to their number, although to be fair, this incident is a whole lot funnier and stranger. In an interview with Self-Titled (via Pitchfork), Best Coast’s Bethany Cosentino [...]
PHOTOS: RICHIE DOWNS | If you came in expecting the legendary, erratic, emotional Fiona Apple show this Friday at the Lincoln Theatre, you would have left disappointed. Instead, Apple’s and guitarist Blake Mills‘s performance was creative,...Show More Summary
Blake Mills and Fiona Apple play the Lincoln Theatre this weekend. Check out Mill's track "Hey Lover" [ more › ]
Eccentric vegan songstress Fiona Apple is currently touring with a unique concept show titled 'Anything We Want,' dual-billed with her longtime guitarist Blake Mills. Appearing on stage silently at the Colonial Theater in Boston on October...Show More Summary
by Doug Moore photo via Iva Boguslawska Fiona Apple and Blake Mills brought their "Anything We Want" tour to NYC for two nights at Beacon Theatre this week -- Monday (10/21) and again last night (10/22). We caught night 2....
Fiona Apple and Blake Mills @ Beacon Theater 10/22/2013 Tipple / The First Taste / Every Single Night / Unworthy (Blake song) / Anything We Want / Curable Disease (Blake song) / Regret / It’ll All Work Out (Blake song) / Not About Love (with Questlove) / Seven (Blake song) / Dull Tool / Don’t […]
Franz Ferdinand at Glasslands in 2013 (more by PSquared) Browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows. Here are some highlights... Franz Ferdinand, Frankie Rose @ Hammerstein Ballroom Franz Ferdinand are out on the road in support...
Fiona Apple's two nights at the Lincoln Theatre, Chance the Rapper's coming out party at Fillmore Silver Spring and the 40th anniversary of the Kronos Quartet highlight the week in music. [ more › ]
Fiona Apple is fragile, a fact we were reminded of recently when a heckler, apparently concerned about her gaunt appearance, shouted at her to "get healthy -- we want to see you in 10 years," prompting what was reported as an on-stage meltdown. Apple, who cursed, cried and kicked the woman out in response, dismissed that characterization. Show More Summary
photos by Cory Dewald Fiona Apple at Chicago's Bank of America Theatre - 10/15/13 Fiona Apple has been on her "Anything We Want" tour with Blake Mills, which comes to NYC for shows at Beacon Theatre tonight (10/21) at Tuesday...
Fiona Apple at Terminal 5 in 2012 (more by Caroline Harrison) Browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows. Here are some highlights... Fiona Apple, Blake Mills @ Beacon Theatre Fiona Apple and Blake Mills are doing....
Fiona Apple returned to Chicago Tuesday, stopping by the Bank of America Theater with Blake Mills for their collaborative “Anything We Want” tour. [ more › ]
The acclaimed singer-songwriter finds nothing but support in the Midwest.
Fiona Apple's father is a former Broadway/Hollywood actor turned profound and prolific author. His name is Brandon Maggart, and he's a dear friend of mine. Sometimes I bring pastrami sandwiches to his Venice home, and listen as he reads excerpts from his latest literary works. Show More Summary