Tenacious D, Adia Victoria, William Tyler, Brendan Benson, Robyn Hitchcock & More Perform For Third Man Records
The latest episode of Third Man Records’ Third Man Public Access featured Tenacious D as well as a pair of notable collaborations. Episode five presented joint appearances by Adia Victoria with William Tyler and Robyn Hitchcock with Brendan Benson, along with other performances and segments.
Tenacious D’s Jack Black and Kyle Gass remotely recorded their song “Don’t Blow It, Kage,” which they released last year featuring TMR founder Jack White. Taking a more serious tone, William Tyler played acoustic guitar while Nashville-based singer-songwriter Adia Victoria read the poem, “A Black Woman’s Abridgment Of Robert Penn Warren’s Segregation.”
Brendan Benson stopped by Robyn Hitchcock’s East Nashville home to come together for a back deck cover of The Beatles’ “Rain.” The episode also featured performances by Robert Ellis, Kelley Stoltz, Oli Burslem, Olivia Jean & Ben Blackwell, The Paranoyds, Escape-ism, Modern Nature, Dirty Ghosts and His Name Is Alive. Authors Michaelangelo Matos and Sheree Renee Thomas also appeared on the episode.
Wathch Third Man Public Access episode five below: