My Morning Jacket are one of those rare sure-bet live bands, the type of band to catch every time you’ve got a chance. Last night, they played at Austin’s Moody Theater, taping their third episode of the long-running PBS live-music show Austin City Limits. And ACL livestreamed the entire two-hour show on YouTube, then archived […]
On Friday, My Morning Jacket played New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. During their set, they paid tribute to Prince by covering his "Purple Rain." At another show a couple days earlier, they also covered "Sign o' the Times" and "Raspberry...Show More Summary
The band also played "Sign O' the Times" in tribute to Prince.
My Morning Jacket just kicked off the 2016 leg of their tour in support of last year’s The Waterfall on Wednesday, and at every show so far, they’ve been paying tribute to Prince with a few covers. At their Oklahoma tour opener, their played “Raspberry Beret,” and last night, they closed out the New Orleans […]
Earlier this week, My Morning Jacket kicked off the 2016 leg of their tour in support of The Waterfall, and at each stop so far, the band has paid tribute to Prince by covering a pair of the artist's legendary songs. At New Orleans' Jazz Fest Friday, Jim James and company kept...
Hello Sunshine. Hello Crawfish Monica. Hello sweet refreshing snowball. With nary a raindrop in sight, and not as much mud as you’d think, Friday at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival was hot-hot-hot … in more ways than one. And...Show More Summary
The live favorite moves a little better with this remixed and remastered version.
The latest batch of Grateful Dead covers off the all-star tribute album Day of the Dead have been unveiled, including My Morning Jacket singer Jim James' rendition of the legendary jam band's "Candyman." James is joined on the American Beauty cut by "friends" – the National's guitarist Aaron Dessner, bassist Scott Devendorf and...
The band's biggest and baddest song gets even bigger and badder.
A pair of passes to the fest for Friday the 29th, where you can see Paul Simon, My Morning Jacket, and The Revivalists.
What's so good? My Morning Jacket has announced that they will be reissuing a deluxe edition of their pivotal third album, 2003's It Still Moves. The two-CD/four-LP set will be released on May 27th as part of ATO Records 15th anniversary...Show More Summary
Package also includes demos, unreleased tracks, photographs, and more.
My Morning Jacket have announced that a rework and reissue of their third LP It Still Moves will arrive this May. The deluxe reissue of the 2003 album features the album's 12 songs remixed and remastered as well as three unreleased songs from the It Still Moves sessions – "En La Ceremony,"...
My Morning Jacket will reissue their 2003 album It Still Moves this year, according to a Jim James interview with the New York Times. Due out May 27 via ATO, the new edition features fresh mixes, previously unreleased songs from the recording sessions that have been polished and completed, and demos for 10 of the songs on the album. Show More Summary
My Morning Jacket have announced a deluxe reissue of their 2003 album It Still Moves, which will be released at the end of May. The new version will include updated mixes of all the tracks — to remove “the wet blanket that was lying on top of the speakers,” as frontman Jim James puts it […]
My Morning Jacket's Jim James is among the many artists to collaborate with the Sachal Ensemble, a group of Pakistani musicians at the center of the 2015 documentary Song of Lahore. On the film's companion album, James joins the Sachal Ensemble for an uplifting, divine rendition of Stevie Wonder's "Love's in Need...
Jim James is a busy man. When he's not touring (or backing Roger Waters) with My Morning Jacket, he has been working on a solo album and producing artists like Ray LaMontagne on the side. But through it all, he manages to maintain a cool, calm demeanor and a philosophical attitude. How does...
Ray LaMontagne is perfectly content being an outsider from the world of popular music, living in a 19th-century farmhouse in the Berkshires, driving old cars and spending his days laboring away on his ethereal music. So LaMontagne had...Show More Summary
Four Phish sets, two from Ween, plus two from Joe Russo's Almost Dead, and more.
The 2016 LOCKN’ Festival initial lineup has been unveiled and for jam fans, its pretty much a euphoric trio of headliners: Ween, My Morning Jacket and Phish. Both Phish and Ween will play 4 sets throughout the weekend. The 2016 LOCKN’...Show More Summary