With lyrics by George R. R. himself.
"I think of all the time I cheered for that show, it was for Saracen to get the hell to Chicago and go to art school."
The Hold Steady front man goes solo, is good.
Craig Finn goes country-fried, and we eat it up.
How much cultural significance are you willing to assign to Huey Lewis today?
He'll be drinking for one, at least for a bit.
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What songs can you rock a furious air guitar to all summer long?
First the 'Times,' then some guy on Twitter.
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Plus: the Hold Steady, the Roots, Kaki King, Forgetters, and the Appleseed Cast.
The event is supposed to save record stores — perhaps the owners are just trying to save themselves faster with jacked-up prices.
NPR's got them both.
'Heaven Is Whenever' is here.
Some good old-fashioned head-banging, floor-spitting, and falling off pianos.
The songs keep coming from the Hold Steady's 'Heaven Is Whenever' album.
Some exclusive stuff right here.
It's a fist-pumper.
It's a photo of a hand.
And that's why he left the band.
Franz Nicolay has left the band after five years of faithful service.
See a full set from Finn's old band Lifter Puller.
"They had these strippers, you know, and they were screaming at each other. They had problems with each other."
He's co-writing a screenplay adaptation of Chuck Klosterman's 'Fargo Rock City.'