Archive for August, 2011

Nick talks to Leonard Lopate at WNYC

August 19th, 2011 1 Comment

Nick stopped by WNYC to chat about The Old Magic and perform on The Leonard Lopate Show.

Veteran songwriter Nick Lowe performs live in our studio and talks about his latest album, “The Old Magic.” Lowe has always been at the forefront of modern music, as a producer for The Damned, Elvis Costello, The Pretenders, and as a solo artist.

Nick at the Grammy Museum in LA August 16

August 17th, 2011 No Comments

Billboard reports that Nick put on quite a show last night at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles, CA. Just a bit below, but you can read the whole story here!

The history of Nick Lowe, from his childhood favorites to Brinsley Schwartz and “(What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding” to his upcoming album “This Old Magic,” was examined Tuesday in a 90-minute session that included a seven-song concert at the Grammy Museum. His usual affable self, Lowe was candid and wry in addressing the questions of moderator Scott Goldman, VP of foundations for the Recording Academy, and members of the audience, talking about songwriting, producing and feeling washed up at 35.

Nick & Little Village

August 11th, 2011 No Comments

In 1992, Nick was in a band called Little Village with Ry Cooder, John Hiatt and Jim Keltner. They only released one studio album, self-titled, which was nominated for a Grammy award in 1993 for Best Rock Vocal Performance by a Duo or a Group. There are a slew of videos on Your Tube of Little Village performing during that time. Here are just a few of them featuring Nick!

Nick’s song Crying In My Sleep in Düsseldorf 1992 (posted by lwebender)

Fool Who Knows on The Late Show (posted by JohnBlaney)

Don’t Bug Me When I’m Working (posted by Maccafixx)

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