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Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit will spend the month of June embarking on a co-headlining tour with Father John Misty.
Watch Beck, Father John Misty, Este Haim & others perform “Where It’s At” during a California wildfires benefit concert.
Father John Misty, HAIM, Jonathan Wilson and Mac DeMarco will be among those performing at the California Wildfires Benefit Concert later this month.
Listen to “So I’m Growing Old On Magic Mountain” and “Chateau Lobby #4 (in C for Two Virgins)” from the upcoming live release ‘Father John Misty: Live At Third Man Records.’
Listen to Father John Misty’s cover of Gillian Welch’s “Everything Is Free” as well as a live track from the album ‘God’s Favorite Customer.’
Josh Tillman welcomed Jenny Lewis to sit-in with Father John Misty on “God’s Favorite Customer” in Toronto.
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Latest Father John Misty Setlist
Father John Misty at Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island
- Hangout at the Gallows
- Date Night
- Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings
- Total Entertainment Forever
- Mr. Tillman
- Please Don't Die
- Disappointing Diamonds Are the Rarest of Them All
- Nancy From Now On
- Chateau Lobby #4 (in C for Two Virgins)
- We're Only People (And There's Not Much Anyone Can Do About That)
- Nothing Good Ever Happens at the Goddamn Thirsty Crow
- Real Love Baby
- Pure Comedy
- I Love You, Honeybear
About Father John Misty
Singer/songwriter J. Tillman’s music paints languid, sadly beautiful portraits of love and life on the margins with the moody depth of Nick Drake and the country-influenced textures of Ryan Adams. Tillman first made a name for himself playing drums in a pair of indie rock bands, Saxon Shore and Stately, while attending college in New York City. In his spare time, however, he began writing material of his own, citing the music of Nick Drake and Pete Seeger and the writings of Flannery O’Connor as key influences. Some of Tillman’s demos found their way to Damien Jurado, who invited Tillman to join his band for a tour. Tillman played solo sets during several dates on the tour and began distributing CD-R copies of an early collection of tunes called I Will Return. During the tour, he also struck up a friendship with Eric Fisher, who produced another CD-R album, Long May You Run, J. Tillman. Both Tillman and Jurado later signed on for a U.S. tour with Richard Buckner, where Tillman once again found a ready audience for home-burned copies of his disc.
In 2006, the independent Fargo Records label released Tillman’s first properly distributed solo album, Minor Works, and Keep Records reissued I Will Return and Long May You Run as a two-disc set the same year. In 2007, Yer Bird Records released Tillman’s fourth, more elaborately arranged album, Cancer and Delirium. Although his solo work continued to garner critical acclaim, Tillman briefly shifted focus in 2008 by joining Fleet Foxes. The group toured heavily in support of its debut album; meanwhile, Tillman continued working on his own material, releasing Year in the Kingdom in 2009.
Dead & Company wrapped a two-night stand at Wrigley Field in Chicago with a second set featuring “Spanish Jam” and more.
Gov’t Mule teamed with Lukas Nelson, Arleigh Kincheloe, The Better Half Singers and more for a tribute to the original Woodstock on Saturday night at this year’s Mountain Jam music festival.
Phish highlighted their Friday night headlining set at Bonnaroo with a healthy dose of cosmic disco, while leaning in on a number of their most well-known jam vehicles.
After a multi-year hiatus, Gov’t Mule made their Mountain Jam return count on Friday night at Bethel Woods in Bethel, New York.
Dead & Company fit their debut version of “To Lay Me Down” into the setlist on Friday night in Chicago at Wrigley Field.