Brandi Carlile Tim Hanseroth – backup vocals and guitar Phil Hanseroth – backup vocals and bass Raise Hell Wherever Is Your Heart The Story Hard Way Home Again Today That Wasn't Me The Things I Regret Beginning To Feel The Years That Year Pride And Joy The Eye Murder In The City
LORD HURON Ben Schneider - guitar, vocals Mark Barry - percussion, vocals Miguel Briseño - bass, keys, percussion Tom Renaud - guitar, vocals Brandon Walters- guitar, vocals 1. Love Like Ghosts 2. Until The Night Turns 3. Dead Man's Hand 4. Lonesome Dream 5. She Lit A Fire 6. Hurricane (Johnnie's Theme) 7. Meet Me In The Woods 8. The World Ender 9. Fool for Love 10. The Stranger 11. Ends Of The Earth 12. Time To Run
Courtney Barnett-vox/Guitar Bones Sloane-Bass/vox Dave Mudie-drums Setlist: 1. Dead Fox 2. Depreston 3. Debbie Downer 4 . Nobody Really Cares If You Don't Go To The Party 5. Avant Gardener 6. History Eraser 7. Pedestrian At Best
Barely a week after releasing Something More Than Free, Jason Isbell took the stage at Newport Folk for a set that highlighted many of the new songs from that album. Isbell has attained star status in the alt-country world, but his performance channeled the best of the southern rock tradition that emerged in north Alabama and Georgia in the 1970s — two places where Isbell lived and worked before relocating to Nashville.
Here this inspired set from The Lone Bellow from the Newport Folk Festival 2015 LONE BELLOW: Zach Williams-/vox Kanene Donehey Pipkin-Vox/Keys/Bass JasonPipkin-Bss/Keys BrianElmquist-Elec. Git Justin Glasco-Drums Set List: 1. Then Came The Morning 2. Fake Roses 4. Cold As It Is 5. Green Eyes And A Heart of Gold 6. Heaven Don't Call Me Home 7. Watch Over Us with Leon Bridges 8. When Will I Be Loved (with Holly and Jess of Lucius) 9. Call To War 10. Teach Me To Know 11. You Never Need Nobody 12. If You Don't Love Me 13. The One You Should've Let Go with New Breed Brass Band
The last time Sleater-Kinney played the 9:30 Club, a transformer threatened to blow in the midst of a summer heat wave. Or maybe the Washington, D.C., club just couldn't handle Corin Tucker's pipes. That was nine years ago, on a goodbye-for-now tour that caught the trio at the top of its game. The show was rescheduled and taped for NPR Music, and we had our closure, crossing fingers that it wouldn't be the last we'd hear from Corin Tucker, Carrie Brownstein and Janet Weiss. In the intervening years, all three put their energies into other projects, musical and not, sometimes even with each other. But Sleater-Kinney has an electric chemistry of its own. As Brownstein says, "I really think Sleater-Kinney is a singular band with no clear predecessor or successor, so I don't think we started out creating music that you could see the palette of colors that we were using, and maybe draw a lineage." On the first night of a two-night gig at the 9:30 Club, Sleater-Kinney went all-in with its set list. Tracks from the band's monster of a new album, No Cities To Love, felt natural alongside songs like "Oh!" and "Words And Guitar," obliterating the band's timeline by demonstrating a catalog that's always present, always on fire.