This is not a recap. I’m in North Carolina this weekend. But some generous folks including DCRANGERFAN posted videos from last night, so we can experience some of the highlights. This post will be updated if more videos are posted.
No, they didn’t play Salvation Song. I was really surprised by that. And I might as well get this out of the way, they didn’t play November Blue either. They played lots of other great things, which I’ll get to in a moment. But first, I have to get the
I couldn’t leave Winston-Salem until 2pm today, and then it seemed like all of the road construction in the State of North Carolina is being done on US 40 between Winston and Asheville. To summarize: I did not get to Asheville as soon as I had hoped to. Making matters
Last December, long before Tim and I started Avett News, I wrote a post on my other blog called “The Ultimate November Blue Playlist” because: (1) it is my favorite song, and (2) I could. Now that the band has started playing a new version of the song with Seth on
[Many thanks to Paul Harris for his guest review of The Avett Brothers set at the Clearwater Jazz Holiday in Clearwater, Florida on October 22, 2017!]
On October 20, 2016, The Avett Brothers were inducted into the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame. My family and I attended the VIP reception and the concert. I intended to just post a few pictures of the ceremony since Tim reminded us this morning that today is the one
This article was written by Kristi Singer and originally appeared in the Star-News (Wilmington, NC) on March 18, 2004.
The shows that The Avett Brothers have played in the weeks since Paul Defiglia left the band have shown a few different configurations on songs than we have gotten used to in the era of a seven-piece band. It is interesting to see what direction they take certain songs. I
I got back from spending the weekend at the National Home Funeral Alliance national conference, steeped in discussions of mortality (I study and write about funeral and cemetery law), so I had to straighten up the house this morning before going to work. I was listening to some Conor Oberst
If you’ve been in the general admission pit at New Years Eve, or wandered near the stage at Red Rocks, or attended one of Jim’s house concerts, you’ve probably met Jim and Susie Avett. They are warm, friendly, open people. They both talk about their children like they have no