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Father John Misty Announces “Live at Third Man Records” Album; Shares Live Track

Father John Misty: Live at Third Man Records Due Out September 28 via Third Man; Listen to Live Version of “I’m Growing Old on Magic Mountain”

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In September 2017 Father John Misty performed a surprise lunchtime acoustic set at Jack White’s Third Man Records in Nashville, before his show at the Ryman Auditorium that night. Third Man are known to cut and release live albums and so they captured the performance and have now officially announced a live Father John Misty album, simply titled Father John Misty: Live at Third Man Records, and shared one of its cuts, a live version of “I’m Growing Old on Magic Mountain” (from 2017’s Pure Comedy). Father John Misty: Live at Third Man Records is due out September 28 and includes live versions of tracks from his first three albums. Above is the album’s cover art. Below is the aforementioned track, followed by the album’s tracklist and Father John Misty’s upcoming tour dates.

Father John Misty (aka Josh Tillman) released a new album, God’s Favorite Customer, back in June via Sub Pop worldwide (except for Europe, where it’s on Bella Union).

Read our review of God’s Favorite Customer.

Father John Misty released his last album, Pure Comedy, in April 2017 via Sub Pop (it was Under the Radar‘s #1 Album of 2017 So Far in our midyear wrap up and #9 in our final Top 100 Albums of 2017 list).

Father John Misty appeared on the cover of Under the Radar‘s Spring 2017 Issue.

Read our 2017 cover story interview with Father John Misty.

Read our 2017 cover story bonus Q&A with Father John Misty.

Also read our rave review of Pure Comedy.

Pure Comedy was the follow-up to Father John Misty’s excellent 2015-released sophomore album, I Love You, Honeybear. I Love You, Honeybear, was Under the Radar’s #1 album of 2015. Consequently, Father John Misty was on the cover of our Best of 2015 print issue and you can read that cover story article here. Also read our earlier 2015 print article on Father John Misty and our earlier 2015 bonus Q&A with Tillman (also read our 2012 interview with him).

Father John Misty: Live At Third Man Records Tracklist:

1. I Love You, Honeybear
2. I’m Writing a Novel
3. Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings
4. Chateau Lobby #4 (In C for Two Virgins)
5. So I’m Growing Old on Magic Mountain
6. Holy Shit
7. Everyman Needs a Companion

Father John Misty Tour Dates:

Sep. 09 - Vancouver, BC - SKOOKUM Festival
Sep. 16 - Chicago, IL - Riot Fest
Sep. 18 - Madison, WI - Orpheum Theater $
Sep. 20 - Milwaukee, WI - Pabst Theater $
Sep. 21 - Indianapolis, IN - MacAllister Amphitheater at Garfield Park $
Sep. 22 - Cleveland, OH - Agora Theatre $
Sep. 25 - Charlottesville, VA - Sprint Pavilion $
Sep. 26 - Charlotte, NC - The Fillmore $
Sep. 28 - Miami Beach, FL - The Fillmore at the Jackie Gleason Theater $
Sep. 29 - Orlando, FL - Hard Rock Live $
Oct. 01 - Athens, GA - Georgia Theatre $ [Sold Out]
Oct. 02 - Athens, GA - Georgia Theatre $
Oct. 03 - Birmingham, AL - Iron City $
Oct. 06 - New Orleans, LA - Civic Theatre
Oct. 05-07 - Austin, TX - Austin City Limits Festival
Oct. 09 - Knoxville, TN - The Mill & Mine $
Oct. 10 - Oxford, MS - The Lyric Oxford $
Oct. 11 - Oklahoma City, OK - The Jones Assembly %
Oct. 12-14 - Austin, TX - Austin City Limits Festival
Oct. 26 - Gateshead, UK - Sage Gateshead ^^
Oct. 27 - Liverpool, UK - Olympia ^^
Oct. 28 - Portsmouth, UK - Portsmouth Guildhall ^^
Oct. 29 - Leicester, UK - De Montfort Hall ^^
Oct. 30 - Bath, UK - The Forum Bath ^^
Nov. 01 - Antwerp, Belgium - De Roma ^^
Nov. 02 - Eindhoven, NL - Effenaar ^^
Nov. 03 - Groningen, NL - TakeRoot Festival
Nov. 05 - Amsterdam, NL - Paradiso ^^
Nov. 06 - Darmstadt, DE - Centralstation ^^
Nov. 07 - Berlin, DE - Huxleys Neue Welt ^^
Nov. 09-10 - Weissenhäuser Strand, DE - Rolling Stone Weekender
Nov. 11 - Gothenburg, SE - Konserthuset ^^
Nov. 14 - Budapest, HU - Müpa Budapest, Béla Bartók National Concert Hall ^^
Nov. 15 - Vienna, Austria - Arena Wien ^^
Nov. 16 - Rust, DE - Rolling Stone Park
Nov. 17 - Zurich, CH - Rote Fabrik ^^
Nov. 18 - Lausanne, CH - Les Docks ^^

$ w/ King Tuff
^^ w/ Bedouine

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Pooja Singh
September 18th 2018

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April 30th 2019

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