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M. Ward and Okkervil River Featured in Saturday’s Austin City Limits Broadcast

PBS in the Midst of ACL's 35th Season

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PBS’ Austin City Limits is now in its 35th season, which has or will feature acts such as Dave Matthews Band, Elvis Costello, Pearl Jam, and Them Crooked Vultures. For the episode set to premiere on Halloween (this Saturday), M. Ward and Okkervil River will grace the stage, respectively. Their respective setlists and a few preview clips are below:

M. Ward:

Lullaby + Exile

Poison Cup

Chinese Translation

Never Had Nobody Like You

To Go Home

Post War

Duet For Guitars #2/Duet For Guitars #3

Okkervil River:

Long Coastlines

For Real

Our Life Is Not But A Movie Maybe

Unless It’s Kicks

(www.austincitylimits.org)

(www.mwardmusic.com)

(www.okkervilriver.com)



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Nausicrate
January 9th 2011
3:27pm

I’ve heard a lot about the band (pronounced “awk”-ervil not “oak”-ervil as ACL producer Terry Lickona did introducing them last night) over the past few years both in the media and from friends. Their sound is somewhere between folk and pop and they’re often lumped in with bands like The Decemberists and Arcade Fire. “Rolex Prices

translation services
May 16th 2011
4:54am

If you are looking for a high quality Chinese translator than most of the time you can get by finding someone who is able to translate between English and Pinyin and vice versa. Pinyin is a thoroughly Anglicized version of the written Chinese language that was developed in the 1950’s and has become the standard written language used by many universities throughout the “Western” world.