Bryan Ferry with Orchestra – Cécile McLorin Salvant
In his Bowl debut, the iconic British singer-songwriter performs live with orchestra many highlights and hits from his extensive career, both as a solo artist and with Roxy Music. Opening will be McLorin Salvant, a young jazz singer with an old soul and truly captivating vocals. Artists Bryan Ferry Hollywood Bowl Orchestra Thomas Wilkins, conductor […]
For the better part of four decades, Bryan Ferry has been an arbiter of cool as a solo artist and founding member of Roxy Music. Occupying a space where music and fashion intermingle effortlessly, Ferry is still one of Glam-Rock's leading men. Consequently, when he releases Olympia, his first album of original material in over eight years, the ears of music fans of all sorts are bound to perk up.
Daddy’s Home: St. Vincent breaks down the ‘70s, familial trauma, and four songs that move her
St. Vincent’s latest album “Daddy’s Home” is what we at MBE like to call “butter on the pancake”—it just all falls into place, girded by a great groove, a time-hopping presence, and the bare elegance of lyricism and storytelling for which fans have come to know and love St. Vincent.
On Sounds Eclectic, host Nic Harcourt plays new, upcoming and
recent releases from The Polyphonic Spree, Suzanne Vega, and the latest from Bryan Ferry. Plus a live in-studio performance from The Broken West all this and much more on Sounds Eclectic.