Bon Iver

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Bon Iver
Photograph: D.L. Anderson
Bon Iver

From recording the debut Bon Iver album alone in a Wisconsin cabin to meeting up with Kanye West in Hawaii to collaborate on My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, Justin Vernon’s ascension might just be the quintessential indie-rock success story. The band’s new album, 22, A Million, sees the ex-folkster driving for full-throttle sonic maximalism while retaining his unmistakable ear for intimate, heartfelt lyricism. In other words, Yeezus seems to have left quite a mark on Vernon. This ten-show run takes the group from the intimate Red Hook venue Pioneer Works to bigger rooms like Kings Theatre before closing at Music Hall of Williamsburg.


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