One-Man Band


Saturday, April 16, 2005

A few years ago, the popular indie singer, songwriter, and violinist Andrew Bird moved out of Chicago to a farm in western Illinois. Out among the chickens and the soybeans, he started to write songs in which he could play all the parts by himself — replacing his band with digital technology. But even a one-man band gets lonely. Produced by Jonathan Menjivar.


Jonathan Menjivar

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