Originally published on Tue April 28, 2015 10:38 am
Cult songwriter Bill Fay was never in a hurry to follow up his 1971 classic Time Of The Last Persecution, but he's been on a comparative tear since coming back with a decades-in-the-making album just two years ago. The title of that 2012 return, Life Is People, conveyed part of Fay's plain, uncomplicated humanist charm, and the new Who Is The Sender? signals his more questing cosmic aim.
Enter the Tiny Desk Contest by submitting your YouTube video of an original song by January 19 and you could perform at NPR headquarters in Washington, D.C. The winner also plays the Lagunitas "CouchTrippin' to Austin" showcase in March. For more details, visit the submission page: http://npr.org/tinydeskcontest.
Kinda muggy this week. Come along with us to Iceland on World Cafe, starting at 2pm.
Monday, July 14, 2014
Take a musical journey through Iceland on this week's Sense of Place series, which begins today with a Vintage Cafe with Ásgeir. Plus, we find out about the best new Icelandic bands with Oli P. from Reykjavik’s Ras 2 Radio.