Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Listen Up: Jim James streams new album, adds Union Transfer show

My Morning Jacket frontman's first solo album, 'Regions Of Light and Sound of God,' comes out next Tuesday.

Listen Up: Jim James streams new album, adds Union Transfer show

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My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James' first solo album, Regions Of Light and Sound of God, comes out next Tuesday. Today, it's streaming over at NPR Music. Click here to listen.

On February 18, James will play a super sold out show at Johnny Brenda's in the first date of a three date small club mini-tour. In the spring, however, the MMJ singer with the soaring voice and predilection for fancy capes will return to the road, and play Union Transfer in Philadelphia on April 27. He'll also be on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on Feb. 4th. "A New Life" is below.

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