Tag: Dar Williams

Interview: Dar Williams. A Witness And A Mechanic.

Dar Williams casts her eye over the plush scarlet sofa and mirrored walls of the bar at the back of Bush Hall, where we’re to do our interview and photographs. “It’s kind of Electric Ladyland!” she chuckles, as we sit down to discuss her latest tour of the UK – which has sold out, even without a new album to promote. Known for her raft of exquisite folk songs that touch on the personal and political, two decades worth of albums and many a high profile collaboration, Dar has also extended her work and philosophy to novel writing and...

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Live Review: Dar Williams @ Bush Hall.

The elegant Bush Hall venue in west London is adorned with red velvet curtains and glistening chandeliers, an ornately carved ceiling overhead and a soft carpet underfoot. So, what would it take to dwarf such grandeur? The answer, it transpires, is the songs and stories of US songstress Dar Williams. She walks on stage alone, with a big smile and a guitar, and from the moment her first chords ring through the venue, we are whisked away on a trip down weird and wonderful pathways. We visit the tumultuous landscape of the Pacific north west one moment, the world...

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