Latest M. Ward Articles
Listen to the soundtrack for “Juliet, Naked” which features new songs from Ryans Adams, Conor Oberst, M. Ward and more.
Watch M. Ward play a trio of songs from his recently released surprise studio album on ‘CBS This Morning’.
Stream ‘What A Wonderful Industry,’ the surprise new M. Ward album featuring the single “Miracle Man” with Jim James adding guest vocals.
She & Him are the latest participants in the ‘Universal Love’ project of music for weddings for same-sex couples.
Fires in California’s Wine Country have forced the location of an upcoming M. Ward show to be moved to Phil Lesh’s Terrapin Crossroads.
Watch a video for a song off Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward’s second holiday album ‘Christmas Party.’
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About M. Ward
Renowned singer-songwriter and producer extraordinaire, M. Ward has been a fixture in the Portland folk scene where he’s been creating heart wrenchingly beautiful songs in a city that lends itself to introspection and subtlety. Known for his swooning voice and angelic guitar strumming, M.’s 2003 release, “Transfiguration of Vincent”, caught the attention of fans and future collaborators, including Conor Oberst (Bright Eyes), Jenny Lewis, Neko Case, Cat Power, Gillian Welch and Jim James (My Morning Jacket). Since 2003, M. has released several critically acclaimed albums, 2005’s “Transistor Radio” and his breakthrough release “Post War” from 2007. He was also the Him in She & Him, the hugely popular collaboration with She Zooey Descanel. In 2009, he released another solo album, Hold Time. On April 10th, M. Ward is releasing A Wasteland Companion, which forms a diary of sorts, of the singer and guitarist’s journeys here and abroad since Hold Time was released three years ago. That action-packed period has included tours and full-length discs with Monsters Of Folk (his ongoing collaboration with Conor Oberst, Jim James and Mike Mogis) and She & Him, as well as leading his own band.
Acclaimed singer-songwriter John Prine has cancelled a number of upcoming dates and is working on rescheduling the shows while he deals with a medical issue.
Keller Williams has announced his Fall Tour 2019, which spans from September through December.
Gov’t Mule laid out plans for a 13-show fall tour spanning September through early-October.
Ween extended their HalloWEEN run at the Mission Ballroom in Denver after the first two concerts sold out.
Vida Blue confirmed their first tour since 2004, which comes in support of the quartet’s forthcoming ‘Crossing Lines’ studio album.