Entfällt: Ian Fisher

Konzert mit dem Künstler aus Wien

“A world traveler’s perspective on American folk-rock.” With these words, Rolling Stone describes Ian Fisher’s latest album Idle Hands, pointing out its wild diversity, political consciousness and global-mindedness. The fact that Fisher was raised on a farm in St. Genevieve, Missouri, but has been living in Europe for more than ten years becomes evident in his music, which combines features from different genres, such as country and folk music, with a very German “no fancy stuff” production approach. Fisher’s latest album can be considered an American-European creation not merely because of Fisher’s American background, but also because it was recorded in Berlin and mixed in Missouri. It has a classic touch to it, being influenced not only by the 1970’s but also by a variety of other artists such as Bill Withers and Fleetwood Mac and contemporary groups like Timber Timbre. The title refers to the old saying “idle hands do the devil’s work” which describes the recurring theme of the self-satisfaction of “being left behind and to your own.”

Eintritt: € 12

SWAMP, Talstr. 90
Sa, 25.Apr.2020 um 21:00