Drag City Records has released a new video for “New Black Rich (Tusks),” from Bonnie “Prince” Billy’s recent Singer’s Grave a Sea of Tongues:
Doug Paisley and Bonnie “Prince” Billy recorded a duet of the Paisley-penned “Until I Find You” in Louisville last spring, which features Emmett Kelly on guitar and backing vocals. The video was directed by Heather Goodchild. THe song is from a two-song digital single released today on iTunes. Watch:
Bonnie “Prince” Billy has released a new video for “Quail And Dumplings,” involving a water park. Go figure.
For reference, here’s the previous video for that song:
Thanks to John King at 37 Flood for the tip.
Here’s a new video by Bonnie “Prince” Billy for “Bad Man,” from his recent self-titled release. From Undertheradar.nz: “Filmed by Dutch director Claudia Crobatia, the simple yet strange video features an inset of Oldham playing to camera, while footage plays behind him of a dog wearing an unsettling mask and wandering the streets of Amsterdam.” More here.
A tribute to Bob Dylan’s Eighties recordings, Bob Dylan In The 80s: Volume One (ATO), will feature a number of famous artists, some of whom are Louisville musicians, including Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Dawn Landes (“Dark Eyes”), and Carl Broemel (“Death is Not the End”). Per AcousticGuitar.com “The album focuses on an 11-year span—from 1980’s Saved to 1990’s Under the Red Sky, plus unreleased tracks (an ‘80s Basement Tapes anyone?) and the Traveling Wilburys—which the album’s producers Jesse Lauter and Sean O’Brien feel is an overlooked period for the artist.
The last half of December is often the time of the year when some of the more interesting events are staged. Case in point, the Party For Steve at Headliners on December 20, featuring the Richie White Orchestra, Juanita, Catherine Irwin, Aloha Fonda, DJ Kim Sorise, a special appearance by Bonnie “Prince” Billy and Craig Wagner and a screening of the “Heavy Date Triple Feature” featuring Steve “Chili” Rigot. All that for $5, so if you grew up in the late Seventies / Eighties punk era, show up.
Here’s a 1979 video of The Endtables performing “No Bed”, shot by Jeff Jobson:
Here’s a video of The Endtables from this year’s Cropped Out Festival, shot by Garrett Harper on a phone. It’s not complete, as the battery died. The tune is “Circumcision.”