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MP3: “Surfer King” by A.A. Bondy

MP3: Surfer King Donewaiting favorite A.A. Bondy has released a new album, Believers. You can also stream the whole thing over on Spinner. Fans of Felice Brothers, Dawes, or even Willie Nelson need to get onboard pronto. Tour dates after … Continue reading

Photos: A.A. Bondy at the Basement, Columbus

A.A. Bondy November 30, 2009 The Basement I Columbus, OH Keep reading for more photos

Tonight: A.A. Bondy, again

We write about A.A. Bondy a lot. Because we like him. And it seems like he’s in Columbus every other month: He played the Basement last year, then again in June, and then opened for Conor Oberst at the Wexner … Continue reading

AA Bondy Covers Hank Williams’ “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry”

Recorded for WNRN in Charlottesville, Virginia on November 3, 2009.

MP3 From Upcoming AA Bondy Album, Returning to Columbus in July

AA Bondy and a tree at the 2008 SXSW Day Show MP3: When the Devil’s Loose We’re big fans of AA Bondy. His first album ended up in my year end list of favorite records, and he played the … Continue reading

At the Day Show: AA Bondy

Here’s AA Body performing “O The Vampyre” at the Day Show during SXSW. More videos of AA Bondy at the show here and here. ALSO FROM THE SHOW Division Day Joseph Arthur El Jesus de Magico

AA Bondy at SXSW 2008

AA Bondy will be at SXSW 2008 and now I’m starting to get really excited. His latest album made my favorite albums of 2007 list, by the way. MP3:

NYC Petty Fest Raises $15,000 For Charity; Petty Fest West Set To Help Hurricane Relief

Photo Credit: Getty Images for Jameson Irish Whiskey Father John Misty performed at the NYC Petty Fest in October which was a star-studded event that raised $15,000 for the Sweet Relief Musicians Fund. Other special guests at the Jameson sponsored event included … Continue reading

Favorite Albums of 2011: Chip Midnight

The biggest struggle when putting together this list is how to rank the albums. What exactly is the difference between a #1 and a #2 album? Without doubt, Viva Brother’s “Darling Buds of May” was the song I listened to … Continue reading

Favorite Albums of 2011: Joel Oliphint

This year’s list of favorites is fairly sedate (even for me), with just a little ruckus here and there. Lots of morning-coffee music, which I guess says something about my 2011. But music’s strength is its pliability. It can be … Continue reading