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Song of The Day: Plasticities

From Ted talks to performing in Chicago’s Fourth Presbyterian Church, Andrew Bird has seemingly done it all. He has taken the idea of a one-man show to the next level with his simultaneous violin, guitar, xylophone, vocal, and whistling loops that he lays out from scratch on stage. 387 more words

Song Of The Day

Andrew Bird - Heretics (2007)

Andrew Bird is a singer/songwriter from Chicago who started his solo career in 2003 after leaving The Bowl Of Fire. The song Heretics is from the album  178 more words


Andrew Bird - Armchairs

“I dreamed you were a cosmonaut
Of the space between our chairs
And I was a cartographer
Of the tangles in your hair

I sang the song that silence brings… 235 more words

Andrew Bird

Andrew Bird is a talented Chicago-based multi-instramentalist and performer who has steadily released music since the late 90s. Mastering the violin from a young age, Andrew likewise excels at singing, whistling (yes, whistling), guitar, and a plethora of other instruments he uses live, leading to him being nicknamed “The One-Man Orchestra”. 358 more words


Andrew Bird, Music Scientist

When I first discovered Andrew Bird several years ago he had just released Armchair Apocrypha. I was instantly enthralled by the unique mesh of pop, classical, folk, and indie rock elements that Bird created through his prodigal violin playing, impressive whistling (ironic because his surname is Bird), and melancholy singing style. 298 more words


Andrew Bird – Heretics (2007)

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The sight of Jeff Lynne on violin got me thinking… after his critically acclaimed album Andrew Bird & the Mysterious Production of Eggs… 53 more words


Andrew Bird

March 22, 2013

135) Andrew Bird — Plasticities (Armchair Apocrypha) (2007)


A classically trained multi-instrumentalist, Andrew Bird brings a sense of elegance and mystique to the indie pop world.   165 more words