Father John Misty, Joni Mitchell, Brownout and More on KCRW This Week

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Upcoming Live Performances on MORNING BECOMES ECLECTIC with host JASON BENTLEY

Monday, February 9, Father John Misty is an intriguing character created by former Fleet Foxes drummer J Tillman. He took the music world by storm with his 2012 debut and his sophomore album, “I Love You, Honey Bear”, explores married love. Father John Misty returns to Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.

Tuesday, February 10, Austin-based octet Brownout revel in their love of Black Sabbath while keeping true to their funky roots on their latest release. We’ll experience their interpretation of the metal masters on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.

Friday, February 13, On the eve of Valentine’s Day, we explore love with a conversation between Joni Mitchell and host Liza Richardson on Morning Becomes Eclectic in the 11 o’clock hour.

Wednesday, February 18, Ariel Pink is a purveyor of weird and intriguing pop. He’s a local favorite and he joins Morning Becomes Eclectic to celebrate his latest release at 11:15am.


Sun, February 15, Dr. Dog with Hanni El Khatib at the Glass House
Fri, February 20, Best Coast at Pappy & Harriet’s
Wed, February 25, Flight Facilities at The Fonda
Thurs, February 26, Caribou at The Fonda
Fri, February 27, Caribou at The Fonda
Fri, February 27, Flight Facilities at The Observatory in Santa Ana
Sat, February 28, Caribou at The Fonda
Sat, March 14, Wolf Alice at Bootleg HiFi
Sat, March 14 and Sun, March 15, CRSSD FESTIVAL at the Waterfront Park in San Diego
Sat, March 21, Tweedy at the Theater at Ace Hotel
Sun, March 22, of Montreal at The Regent Theatre
Wed, March 25, Quantic at The Roxy
Thurs, April 9, Caribou at Pappy & Harriet’s in Pioneertown
Thurs, April 9, Odesza at The Glass House in Pomona
Wed, April 15, Glass Animals at the Glass House
Wed, April 29, José González and Olaf Arnolds at The Regent Theatre
Thurs, April 30, Twin Shadow at The Fonda