Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy - You Will Miss Me When I Burn (live in Berlin 3/3/14)
Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Horses
Live at KSET, Zagreb, 2001
Dawn McCarthy & Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy - Breakdown
If you found yourself going through The Everly Brothers’ catalog over the past couple days, let me point you to What The Brothers Sang (Amazon/Drag City) - the phenomenal covers album by Dawn McCarthy and Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy. They go deep catalog on this one - four of the original Everly tracks aren’t on Spotify and with all the questionable comps on there, that’s saying something (this album isn’t on there either because Drag City artists don’t stream).
What the Brothers Sang is diverse and complicated album - much more than the just OK, but NPR friendly, Forverly by Norah Jones and Billie Joe Armstrong.
Cinefamily Q&A Archive - Will Oldham (1 of 2)
Jan. 7, 2010 - Will Oldham talks with Cinefamily head programmer Hadrian Belove about the two films he’s chosen as guest programmer for the evening: Nicholas Ray’s “A Woman’s Secret” (1949) and Wim Wenders’ “Alice In The Cities” (1974).
Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy - Black Captain
This piece will be in a group show entitled "Troublesome Houses", opening tonight in Louisville, Kentucky. The exhibition is described as a survey of visual art inspired by music of Louisville native Will Oldham, and the inspiration for this drawing is the song "You Will Miss Me When I Burn", recorded by Oldham in 1994 under the name Palace Brothers. The show, organized by the Louisville Visual Art Association is at PUBLIC Gallery, 131 West Main Street, Louisville, KY 40202 and runs from November 1 - December 14. Facebook updates here.