Laura Veirs Talks Collaboration With Neko Case, k.d. lang
July 27, 2016 - Supermoon
In 1968, there was Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. Then, in a late 1980s, we saw a Traveling Wilburys, finished adult of Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, George Harrison, Jeff Lynne and Roy Orbison.
These are supergroups, ephemeral low-pitched dream teams. And today, there is case/lang/veirs, a moniker for Neko Case, k.d. lang and Laura Veirs and a name of their collaborative album.
Lang, a multi-Grammy winner, suggested a supergroup several years ago, and a contingent spent dual and a half years essay together between furloughed and their possess low-pitched projects.
Each artist has had her possess strong solo career in opposite genres, and Veirs pronounced that collaborating on songwriting was challenging. In a song “Supermoon,” for instance, Case altered a lot of what Veirs had already written.
“At first, it was tough when she brought in her new lyrics, though afterwards we realized, that’s unequivocally cold what she did,” pronounced Veirs. “There were some songwriting things that happened that unequivocally bright a routine for me and showed me other people’s approaches. It’s fun to be a fly on a wall, saying how other people work, since we had never unequivocally finished that before.”
Now, a contingent is on debate and has a stop in Atlanta. They are behaving during a Atlanta Botanical Gardens on Jul 29 during 8 p.m.