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The Old Magic Reviews

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Nick Q&A's with SPIN Magazine

December 2nd, 2011 No Comments

Recent Nick interview with SPIN Magazine. Read all here!

Introduction:
This week, Nick Lowe reunites with Wilco for another leg of American dates in support of his latest album, The Old Magic, his first full-length since 2007′s At My Age. Magic is a boutique pop offering that finds the pub-rock pioneer playing with far smoother, gentler textures than those that defined much of his ’70s and ’80s heyday. But there’s a great deal of mischief to be heard, too. It comes, after all, from a guy they once called “Basher.” SPIN caught up with the 62-year-old songwriter to chat about the difference between Tom Waits and Chuck Berry and his newfound female audience.

11.29 – Music Hall at Fair Park, Dallas

November 30th, 2011 No Comments

Review from Nick’s opening slot with Wilco at Dallas Observer blog by Eric Grubbs with fab photos by Mike Brooks.

15 Minutes with Nick Lowe Q&A interview at Austin Chronicle.

Nice piece at Beat.com

November 29th, 2011 No Comments

Nice piece at Austalia’s Beat.com. Nick will be in Australia in the Spring!

He doesn’t sound like a 61-year-old man, be it conversationally or musically. He’s disarmingly modest and polite: even though Nick Lowe wrote
(What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding , to this day he isn’t bothered a whit that it’s credited to Elvis Costello. He was in the thick of punk and new wave, but never let himself be identified with either movement, even though he was pivotal to both, and one gets the feeling that – no, really – he likes the idea of getting old.

Read the whole article at beat.com!

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