Jason Isbell, Phoebe Bridgers, Cigarettes After Sex and U.S. Girls also performed the the festival.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
There’s No Leaving New York Photo Gallery: The National bring Future Islands, Cat Power, more to NYC
The National cover Cat Power’s “Maybe Not”, pay tribute to Frightened Rabbit’s Scott Hutchison: Watch
The bands inaugural There’s No Leaving New York Festival also featured collaborative performances with Phoebe Bridgers.
Our inaugural Artist of the Month treats the late-night audience to a performance of “Motion Sickness” a year after her Stranger in the Alps debut.
Big Red Machine, the collaborative project led by Justin Vernon and Aaron Dessner, shares self-titled debut: Stream
A project that’s been in the works since 2009’s Dark Was the Night benefit compilation.
Plus, they’ve announced a North American fall tour.
Surprise appearances, iconic covers, and one-time-only collaborations once more set Newport apart from the pack.
One of several special moments from the band’s surprise appearance at this weekend’s Newport Folk Festival.
Featuring contributions from Aaron’s brother, Bryce Dessner, The National bandmate Bryan Devendorf, Arcade Fire’s Richard Reed Parry, Phoebe Bridgers, The Staves, and others.
Justin Vernon intentionally chose to keep the lineup a secret until the day of the festival.
Shhh, Phoebe Bridgers is here with a soft, aching cover of Japandroids’ “The House That Heaven Built”: Watch
Plus, hear Bridgers on a new installment of Kyle Meredith With…
The 11-track effort is just one of two full-lengths planned from the Sun Kil Moon mastermind in 2018.
Taking place in August and September, the jaunt includes shows at the Hollywood Palladium, Greek Theatre, Red Rocks, and more.