"Uncollected Stories," Howard's first studio release since 2011's Moon Country, will be released worldwide on July 22, 2015.
The album features a number of songs that have been part of Howard's live repertoire for years (When It Rains, Soul of A Man, Baseball) but have not been recorded until now.
Advance copies of the CD are available now right here!
Complete Track List:
2. Letter One
3. I’ll Fly Away
4. When It Rains (Live)
6. Time Will Destroy
7. The Zoo
8. Fields of Meat
9. Home (Mountain Road)
11. Soul of A Man
12. The Prisoner’s Song
13. One For The Road (Live)
Read more about the album here.
Howard will make two Iowa debuts in April when he and the band perform his Basement Tapes Project in Des Moines at the Des Moines Performing Arts Center, and at The Mill in Iowa City (presented by The University of Iowa).
Click the links for tickets and info.
"A STAR HAS BURNT MY EYE"
Written by Howard Fishman
Directed by Sarah Hughes
Music & Lyrics by Connie Converse
With Howard Fishman, Charlotte Mundy, Liam Robinson & Jean Rohe
Assistant Director: Kate Downey
Dramaturg: James Harrison Monaco
Stage & Production Manager: Nic Adams
Sound Designer: Eva von Schweinitz
Set & Costume Designer: Christopher Heilman
Lighting Designer: Megan Lang
Associate Lighting Designer: Megan Estes
Producing Team: Kate Downey, Caroline Gart, Pamela Reichen
Friday, March 27th @ 8pm
Sunday, March 29th @ 5pm
Monday, March 30th @ 8pm (BENEFIT PERFORMANCE)
Tuesday, March 31st @ 8pm
Wednesday, April 1st @ 8pm
Thursday, April 2nd @ 8pm
More info here.
THE CALAMITY, a new play by Christopher Wall with music by Howard Fishman, will have a workshop showing on Thursday, November 13th, at 7:30 PM at The Gym at Judson, 243 Thompson Street in New York City, part of the Playwright Realm’s Next Edition Festival.
Directed by Robert Ross Parker and featuring Ryan McCarthy, Matt Citron, Colleen Werthmann & Jamie Ann Romero, THE CALAMITY takes place as a deadly plague sweeps across the country, spawning an epidemic of paranoia and fear. When one small town shuts its doors to the outside world, its residents realize that the cost of survival may be higher than they thought. Will they trade their freedoms, their loyalties to one another, and their dignity to survive?