New music from "a one-man Clash" (Uncut)
The New York Times has called Willie Nile "one of the most gifted singer-songwriters to emerge from the New York scene in years." His album "Streets Of New York" was hailed as "a platter for the ages" by Uncut. Bono, Lou Reed, Lucinda Williams, and Jim Jarmusch are among those who have sung his praises. Willie Nile's live performances, like his recent razor's-edge set at the 2014 Ann Arbor Folk Festival, are legendary. He has toured across the U.S. opening for The Who at the personal request of the band and sung with Bruce Springsteen at Giants Stadium. Willie was born in Buffalo, New York, sings, plays guitar and piano, lives in New York City, and has outstanding parking tickets in many states. Anyone who’s paid attention to his recent work knows that Willie Nile is currently in the midst of a creative renaissance that’s produced some of the mot compelling music of his 35-year career. Willie comes to Michigan with a superb new album, "World War Willie."
Rescheduled from November 10; new tickets required. Refunds for November show at place of purchase; online tickets refunded automatically.