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Cat Power, a.k.a. Chan Marshall unveiled the video for ‘Wanderer’ track “Horizon” and detailed a fall tour of North America.
Watch Cat Power performing a ‘Tiny Desk Concert’ for NPR Music.
Cat Power (Chan Marshall) unveiled a cover of Burt Bacharach and Hal David’s “What The World Needs Now,” which was previously only available on deluxe editions of Marshall’s ‘Wanderer’ LP.
Chris Thile’s ‘Live From Here’ will webcast this Saturday’s show featuring Cat Power, Lake Street Dive’s Rachael Price and others.
Release Day Picks this week highlights new albums by The Marcus King Band, Cat Power, Doyle Bramhall II, Jackie Greene, Phosphorescent, Jim James, Mungion and Kikagaku Moyo.
Cat Power performed “Woman” on Wednesday’s episode of ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.’
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Latest Cat Power Setlist
Cat Power at Varsity Theater
- He Turns Down
- Nick / Dark / Dont / Sinead
- Robbin Hood
- Nico / Song to Bobby
- Pa Pa Power
- Me Voy
- In Your Face
- Great Waves
- Metal Heart
- White Mustang
- Cross Bones Style
- Good Woman
- The Moon
About Cat Power
SUN is the new studio album from Cat Power. Six years after her last album of original material, Chan Marshall has moved on from her collaborative forays into Memphis soul and Delta blues. She wrote, played, recorded and produced the entirety of SUN by herself, a statement of complete control that is echoed in the songs’ themes. Marshall calls SUN “a rebirth”, which is exactly what this confident, ambitious, charismatic record feels like. Moon Pix was about extreme isolation and survival in the crazy struggle,” she says. “SUN is don’t look back, pick up, and go confidently into your own future, to personal power and fulfillment.”
The music on SUN employs a sweeping stylistic palette: There’s the classic Cat Power haunting guitar and provocative vocal hook in “Cherokee” (“marry me to the sky…bury me upside down”); the irresistible Latinsounding nine-piano loop of “Ruin”; upbeat, almost dancey electronic anthems like “Real Life” and “3,6,9”; and the stirring, 8-minute epic “Nothin But Time,” featuring a vocal cameo by Iggy Pop. The swagger of “Silent Machine” brings to mind mid-70s Jagger, contrasted with the unusual, sparse production of “Always on My Own.” The narrative arc of the record is deeply American in its spaciousness and optimism; the music is defiantly modern and global.
Watch Neil Young & Promise Of The Real join with the crowd at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle to sing “Happy Birthday To You” to drummer Anthony Logerfo.
Watch the trailer for the Trey Anastasio documentary ‘Between Me & My Mind.’
The Tedeschi Trucks Band teamed with members of Los Lobos in Sacramento on Tuesday night.
Joe Russo’s Almost Dead has added 11 live concerts to Spotify and Apple Music.
Trombonist/vocalist Natalie Cressman and guitarist/vocalist Ian Faquini gave an inspired performance at New York City’s Rockwood Music Hall on Monday night.