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Andrew Bird: Live from the Greene Space

Friday, March 30, 2012

Andrew Bird’s brand of indie rock doesn’t sound like anyone else’s. The violinist, singer, and film composer uses digital delay and electronics to blend the sounds of pop and chamber music. He’ll play songs from his new album, “Break It Yourself,” live in the Greene Space.

Guests:

Andrew Bird

Comments [2]

Daron from Astoria

Can you please ask Andrew about his whistling style? As a whistling performer myself I often find that the inhaling version of whistling is better suited on the microphone to avoid "wind chaffage" distortion and to give me a cleaner/purer note, but there are times when I have to mix both inhale and exhale for volume/power change. Would love to here his comments?

Mar. 30 2012 02:54 PM
Mike from Brooklyn

Turn up the bassist's mic. It's been nearly off all set.

Mar. 30 2012 02:46 PM

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