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Sep 15, 2021

Adia Victoria has shared a new song, “You Was Born to Die,” featuring Kyshona Armstrong, Margo Price, and Jason Isbell. The song is a cover of a 1930’s blues song by Blind Willie McTell, and it is the latest single release from Victoria’s upcoming third studio album, A Southern Gothic, which will be out this Friday (Sept. 17) via Canvasback. More

Sep 14, 2021

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit have announced a new covers album, Georgia Blue, of which all proceeds will benefit three different organizations: Black Voters Matter, Fair Fight, and Georgia STAND-UP. The album consists of covers of songs originally created by Georgia natives (R.E.M., Gladys Knight, James Brown). Isbell and his band have also shared a song from the album, a cover of R.E.M.’s “Driver 8,” which features John Paul White. Georgia Blue will be out on October 15 via Isbell’s own label Southeastern Records. More

Jun 17, 2020

In mid-May, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit released Reunions via Southeastern, their fourth studio album as a six-piece. The band played two songs off the record last night on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, starting with “Running With Our Eyes Closed” and closing with “Overseas.” More

Mar 14, 2019

Strand of Oaks (the project of Timothy Showalter) is releasing a new album, Eraserland, on March 22 via Dead Oceans. Last night he stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to perform the album’s “Ruby.” As on the album, Showalter was backed by members of My Morning Jacket (Bo Koster and Tom Blankenship). He was also joined by Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires. More

Feb 12, 2019

On “Mr. Tillman,” the lead single to Father John Misty‘s 2018 album God’s Favorite Customer, Jason Isbell is jokingly referenced (“Jason Isbell’s here as well/And he seemed a little worried about you”). More

The National Announce Two-Day NYC Event Featuring Cat Power, Future Islands, U.S. Girls, and More

There's No Leaving New York at Forest Hills Stadium September 29 and 30, Plus Band Have Launched Fan Club

Apr 09, 2018

The National have announced a two-day live event at Forest Hills Stadium on September 29 and 30 that will features performances from the band as well as from Cat Power, Future Islands, U.S. Girls, Phoebe Bridges, Bully, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Cigarettes After Sex, and Adia Victoria. More




Reviews

Jul 31, 2015

Considering the pitiful state of arena country, Jason Isbell is a damn messiah. Something More Than Free demonstrates Isbell’s songwriting prowess and the honed power of his band, The 400 Unit. More