Father John Misty + Phosphorescent

Music, Folk, country and blues Thursday September 14 2017
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Father John Misty + Phosphorescent
Photograph: Emma Tillman
Father John Misty

The crackling aura surrounding Father John Misty extends beyond his past life as a Fleet Foxes member to the music he’s now releasing as a solo artist. His 2012 Sub Pop debut, Fear Fun, featured soaring, soulful folk-rock lysergically spiked with energy and intelligence. This year's Pure Comedy is a sometimes-brutal look at modern life that should provide plenty of fodder for Misty’s scenery-chewing live show. Opening this gig is Brooklyn-via-Alabama song man Matthew Houck, a.k.a. Phosphorescent; show up early to catch his heartbreaking yet hopeful rendition of Woody Guthrie's "This Land is Your Land."


Venue name: The Capitol Theatre
Address: 149 Westchester Ave
Port Chester
Cross street: between Broad and North Pearl Sts
Price: $45–$70
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