Father John Misty
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As California reopens for live music and concerts, Sound Summit is beyond thrilled to welcome back fans to the slopes of Mt. Tam on Saturday, September 11 for a day of great music and stellar views. Topped by dynamic Americana group Lukas Nelson and the Promise of the Real and indie sensation Father John Misty, the eclectic lineup of music will also feature retro-cool rock band Allah-Las, high-energy New Orleans brass ensemble Cha Wa, and local powerhouse vocalist Teal Collins.
Capitol Hill Block Party just announced the full lineup for the 22nd annual music and arts festival that will take place July 20-22 in the Pike-Pine corridor of Capitol Hill. Headliners Father John Misty, Dillon Francis and BROCKHAMPTON will perform alongside the festival’s signature eclectic mix of national acts and local talent, spanning the worlds of electronic, hip-hop, and indie across the festivals six stages.
Capitol Hill Block Party today announced a partial lineup of performers for its 22nd annual music and arts festival, scheduled for July 20-22 in the heart of Capitol Hill in the Pike Pine corridor. Headliners include indie-folk singer Father John Misty, electronic DJ Dillon Francis and hip-hop group BROCKHAMPTON.
As a music journalist for a decade and a half, I see a lot of live music. But every once in a while, I catch a concert that gives me a special feeling of knowing that I have seen music history and something sonically special. This was one of those moments. A few years ago here, it was Lana Del Rey who captivated her sold out show. This summer, it was her male musical soul mate Father John Misty.
Monterey’s inaugural First City Festival came and went this weekend in a flurry of sunshine, carnival rides, and nonstop music (accompanied by some seriously impressive light shows). With a solid lineup of newer and established indie bands and a prime location between Los Angeles and San Francisco, chances are this won’t be the last year for First City.
Great music, great venue, great weather. The Newport Folk Festival has succeeded in reinventing itself in recent years, adopting a broader definition of “folk” that has allowed for the inclusion of a wide range of what might be called “folk-inspired” bands, while still paying homage to its acoustic guitar-strumming roots.
Trudging into the Independent on yet another cold, appropriately misty San Francisco night, I was quite honestly exhausted and wishing I was in my bed. While I had been wholly captivated by Father John Misty at Outside Lands last month...my bed was so warm. However, I made the adult decision to stay and enjoy the show. Thank God I did.