Thursday Nov 21
Bird uses "Hands of Glory" to play the violin
The seventh studio album from virtuoso violinist and multi-instrumentalist Andrew Bird, "Hands of Glory," was released Oct. 30 and deserves a greater fanfare than it received.
Thursday Nov 21
Music Review: I Want to See Pulaski at NightKathy ZhouIt's...
After "Break It Yourself" and "Hands of Glory," Andrew Bird has taken a new route back to his hometown, Chicago, and to one street in particular: 'Pulaski at Night.'
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From the Hum: Seriously Good Andrew Bird
The simply wonderful Andrew Bird performs in the Van Duzer Theatre tonight. Since his early days of success, Bird has continued his quirky musical odyssey tripping down his own jazz-indie-folk path without being really exactly any one of those things.
Bird seeks to create comfort with cozy show
Musician Andrew Bird visits the Laxson Auditorium on Nov. 19. All Chico E-R photos are available here.
ETHEL Augment the Classical-Music Repertoire With ... Everything Else
"We have some secret weapons. I'm not telling you what they are," says Ralph Farris, cofounder of and violist in the groundbreaking string quartet ETHEL.
Q&A with Andrew Bird Discusses new EP, former ties with swing and David Sedaris
During a string of solo California shows in support of his new EP "I Want to See Pulaski at Night," Chicago singer-songwriter Andrew Bird is all set to make his first Humboldt County appearance in close to a decade on Monday night in HSU's Van Duzer Theatre.