Posts Tagged ‘Gillian Welch’

LIVE: Gillian Welch & David Rawlings @ The Egg, 7/13/12

Tuesday, August 14th, 2012
David Rawlings and Gillian-Welch

David Rawlings and Gillian-Welch

Review by Kirsten Ferguson
Photographs by Andrzej Pilarczyk

“I heard someone trying to describe what we do. They said we’re acoustic downer rock,” joked singer-songwriter Gillian Welch during her recent performance at the Egg, where she was accompanied by her longtime musical partner, guitarist David Rawlings.

Rawlings had just introduced “The Way It Will Be” by calling the song “kind of a bummer.” The stunning tune (sometimes known by fans as “Throw Me a Rope”) has been in the duo’s set for years, but didn’t make it onto an album until last year’s “The Harrow & the Harvest,” their first album since 2003’s “Soul Journey.”



Song of the Week: Hickory Wind

Friday, September 18th, 2009

Tomorrow marks the 36th anniversary of the death of country-rock pioneer Gram Parsons from a drug overdose at age 26.

Here’s Gillian Welch singing one of his most famous songs:

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