News featuring My Brightest Diamond

The following news stories mention My Brightest Diamond. 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 3 hours ago.

’14 Jun 4 Wed

Wednesday 4th June

’14 Jun 3 Tue

Tuesday 3rd June

  • My Brightest Diamond Returns with New Album, Premieres "Pressure"

    In addition to contributing vocals to artists like Sufjan Stevens, Colin Stetson and the Decemberists, songwriter Shara Worden has released a string of albums with her project My Brightest Diamond. The latest of these is This Is My Hand, which is due out on September 16 through Asthmatic Kitty. Earlier this year, Worden told Revolt [via Consequence of Sound] that the album had been recorded in various locations, with sessions taking place in Berlin, New York, Detroit and Los Angeles. It features contributions from returning collaborator (and Asthmatic Kitty label-mate) DM...Read More

    Read the complete article at exclaim.ca

’13 Dec 23 Mon

Monday 23rd December

’13 Jul 11 Thu

Thursday 11th July

  • Blind Boys of Alabama Team Up with Bon Iver, tUnE-yArDs and My Brightest Diamond on New LP

    Having performed together since the 1930s, gospel group the Blind Boys of Alabama are no strangers to the music industry. Now, however, they've compiled their first album to prominently feature indie artists. New album I'll Find a Way was produced by Bon Iver's Justin Vernon, who also performs on the Bob Dylan cover "Every Grain of Sand." The album also includes guest spots from tUnE-yArDs, Patty Griffin, Sam Amidon, My Brightest Diamond's Shara Worden and White Hinterland's Casey Dienel. Justin Vernon recorded the album at his April Base studio in Wisconsin, the same rustic...Read More

    Read the complete article at exclaim.ca

’13 May 1 Wed

Wednesday 1st May

  • free 2013 Lincoln Center Out of Doors fest ("Kronos at 40," Amanda Palmer, Nick Lowe, My Brightest Diamond & more)

    My Brightest Diamond @ Bowery Ballroom, Feb. 2013 (more by Caroline Harrison)

    The 2013 season of Lincoln Center's free Out of Doors festival happens from July 24 to August 11 at various outdoor venues in and around Lincoln Center. The centerpiece of this year's season is "KRONOS at 40" which is being dubbed "a festival in a festival," with 12 performances happening between July 24 - 28. is a series of events in collaboration with The Kronos Quartet. They include premieres and commissioned work by Kronos Quartet; Mark Dendy Dance & Theater Projects; Red, Hot + FELA LIVE!; Superhuman Happiness; Mariana Sadovska; Jherek Bischoff; Dan Deacon; Amon Tobin and performances by Asphalt Orchestra (performing The Pixies' Surfer Rosa); My Brightest Diamond; Emily Wells; The Gloaming; Found Sound Nation; Dan Zanes; Ozomatli, and more.

    Read the complete article at www.brooklynvegan.com

’13 Jan 28 Mon

Monday 28th January

’13 Jan 24 Thu

Thursday 24th January

’12 Dec 21 Fri

Friday 21st December

’12 Sep 16 Sun

Sunday 16th September

  • What's going on Sunday?

    Mount Eerie at Inferno Festival 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)

    today in NYC

    Read the complete article at www.brooklynvegan.com

  • Tom Morello, Jello Biafra, Lee Ranaldo, My Brightest Diamond & more playing Occupy Wall St. anniversary concert TODAY

    In recognition of Occupy Wall Street's first anniversary there will be a concert, from the Occupy Guitarmy folks who are looking to educate Jay-Z to the OWS cause outside his first show at the Barclays Center, will be held in New York's Foley Square today (9/16) featuring Tom Morello, Jello Biafra, Michelle Shocked, Lee Ranaldo, Das Racist's Kool A.D., My Brightest Diamond, and more.

    The concert starts at 1 PM, following at march from the West Village and will be an open jam, playing classic protest songs like Woodie Gutherie's "This Land Is Your Land," Florence Reece's "Which Side Are You On?" as well as more modern sing-a-longs like Cee lo Green's "Fuck You." More info at the OccupyGuitarmy website.

    Read the complete article at www.brooklynvegan.com

older »