News featuring Craig

The following news stories mention Craig. Stories are compiled from a hand-picked selection of popular music news sites based in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Updated less than 9 hours ago.

’15 Jul 5 Sun

Sunday 5th July

  • Jon Hamm, H. Jon Benjamin & more appearing tonight on 'Running Late w/ Scott Rogowski' at Le Poisson Rouge

    Funny guy Scott Rogowski wraps up the current season of his live talk show, Running Late with Scott Rogowski, tonight (7/2) at Le Poisson Rouge. He's put together a pretty killer lineup of guests for his season finale, too: Jon Hamm and H. Jon Benjamin (both of whom are in Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp) will be there, as will Tom Papa and actor Craig Bierko. Tickets are still available.

    Jon Hamm, who also lends his voice to upcoming Despicable Me sequel Minions, stopped by The Daily Show on Wednesday (6/30) to chat with departing host Jon Stewart, and you can watch that segment below.

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’15 Jul 2 Thu

Thursday 2nd July

’15 Jul 1 Wed

Wednesday 1st July

’15 Jun 27 Sat

Saturday 27th June

  • Check Out Craig Finn & Marnie Stern In Seamless Subway Ads

    If you’ve been in the New York subway sometime in the past few years, chances are you’ve seen an ad for the online food ordering service Seamless. Their ad campaign seems targeted largely towards (gag at the use of this term) “millennials,” referencing things like subreddits and memes and generally painting a picture of their […]

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’15 Jun 17 Wed

Wednesday 17th June

  • Craig Finn announces new solo album (stream a track)

    by Andrew Sacher

    Hold Steady frontman Craig Finn has been on tour with Heartless Bastards (they played NYC earlier this week), and today he announced his second solo album. It follows 2012's Clear Heart Full Eyes on Vagrant. This one's called Faith In The Future, will come out on September 11 via new label home Partisan, and first single "Newmyer's Roof" is out now. Not that Craig hasn't always sounded influenced by Springsteen, but this one especially sounds inspired by Bruce's mid-'80s era. Here's what Craig told NPR about the song:

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  • The Hold Steady’s Craig Finn announces new solo album, shares “Newmyer’s Roof” — listen

    Faith in the Future arrives this September through Partisan Records.

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  • Hold Steady's Craig Finn Unveils 'Faith in the Future' Solo LP

    Songwriter Craig Finn is most widely known as the frontman of the Hold Steady, but he also went solo for the 2012 album Full Eyes Clear Hearts. Now, he's preparing for another go-around with a new solo record. This one is called Faith in the Future, and it will be out on September 11 through Partisan. The album was produced by Josh Kaufman, with sessions taking place at the IsOkOn studio in Woodstock, NY. Finn is selling copies of the album through PledgeMusic. It's available on signed CD, signed vinyl, or in packages with various exclusive goodies (such as postcards,...

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  • Craig Finn – “Newmyer’s Roof”

    Back in 2012, Craig Finn took time off from his main gig as frontman for the Hold Steady to release Clear Heart Full Eyes, his first-ever solo album. And now that the Hold Steady are done touring behind their great 2014 album Teeth Dreams, he’s done it again. Working with producer Josh Kaufman in Woodstock, […]

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  • Song Premiere: Craig Finn, 'Newmyer's Roof'

    The lead singer of The Hold Steady has a new solo album, Faith In The Future, out this September. Like many of the songs on the album, "Newmyer's Roof" is a small slice of life filled with meaning.

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  • Heartless Bastards played Webster Hall with Craig Finn, expand tour, add MHOW show (updated dates)

    Heartless Bastards at Webster Hall - 6/15/15 (photo by @rackham76)

    Heartless Bastards have been on tour in support of their new album, Restless Ones, which dropped today via Partisan, and they hit NYC's Webster Hall last night (6/15). Their current tourmate and Hold Steady frontman Craig Finn opened the show. Did you go? How was it?

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