New studio project tentatively slated between touring buds Conor Oberst, Jim James and M. Ward.
Time's booked for the trio in the studio Oberst and producer/collaborater Mike Mogis recently finished building in Omaha. The collaboration wouldn't be the first for the guys, who had so much team love for each other they couldn't seem to stay off each other's sets when touring together. This will, however, be the first time the artists duke out their creative kicks in the measured control of a studio space. We'll be waiting to see what comes of it.
Don't try holding your breath, it's not happening until Oberst's done with his next six months of touring.
If you have some sort of connections you might still be able to hear Bright Eyes' six-piece touring outfit play in support of his upcoming album, “Cassadaga”, which hits shelves in April and proves Oberst a man-child more political and outward-looking, not to mention a bit more slick Nashville with his production values.
02.25 – Sun Chicago, IL Metro Sold Out
02.27 – Toronto, Ontario Opera House Sold Out
02.28 – Somerville, MA Somerville Theatre Sold Out
03.02 – New York, NY Bowery Ballroom Sold Out
03.03 – New York, NY Bowery Ballroom Sold Out
03.05 – Washington, DC 9:30 Club Sold Out
03.07 – Los Angeles, CA El Rey 89.9 KCRW Presents Sold Out
03.08 – Los Angeles, CA – El Rey Sold Out
03.09 – San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall Sold Out
03.10 – San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall Sold Out
03.11 – Seattle, WA Showbox Sold Out
03.22 – Oslo, NO Compolite
03.24 – Stockholm, SE Debaser
03.26 – Berlin, DE Columbia Club
03.27 – Cologne, DE Gloria
03.30 – Paris, FR Cafe de la Danse
03.31- Amsterdam, NL Melkweg
After the album is released, he's got a 12-piece band planned that will aim to reproduce some of the album sounds with wood winds, brass and strings in the mix.