Andrew Bird - Gezelligheid Concert

Andrew Bird

Madison Cunningham

Fourth Presbyterian Church
All Ages
with Madison Cunningham


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Internationally acclaimed multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Andrew Bird’s new album My Finest Work Yet is out now on Loma Vista Recordings—listen/purchase here:

My Finest Work Yet was produced by Paul Butler and recorded live to tape at Barefoot Studios in Los Angeles, CA. Single “Bloodless” set the tone of the project for Bird, he explains, “I’m interested in the idea that our enemies are what makes us whole.” The lyrics are direct and risk-taking, cutting to the quick of what’s happening in our world. Meanwhile, piano plays a strong role on these songs and most of the melodies are tinged with a gospel-jazz-60s soul. Bird was joined on the album by Tyler Chester on piano and organs, Madison Cunningham on vocals, Alan Hampton on bass, Blake Mills on guitar, Ted Poor on drums, plus Abraham Rounds on drums and Mike Viola on guitar on “Archipelago.”

In partnership with RPM, $1 per ticket on the ‘My Finest Work Yet’ Tour will be donated to Our Finest Work Yet Fund to benefit the following organizations who are protecting our national monuments, oceans, lakes, and parks through preservation and investment in local communities.

Conservation Lands Foundation: As the only nonprofit in the country solely dedicated to protecting the National Conservation Lands, our mission is to protect, restore and expand the National Conservation Lands through education, advocacy and partnerships.

GreenWave: Supports a new generation of ocean farmers feeding the planet and building a blue-green economy in the era of climate change.

Save the Boundary Waters: A project of Northeastern Minnesotans for Wilderness, the lead organization in the fight to protect the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, America’s most visited Wilderness, from the threat of proposed sulfide-ore copper mining within its watershed.

Utah Diné Bikéyah: Work to preserve and protect the cultural and natural resources of ancestral Native American lands to benefit and bring healing to people and the Earth.

No backpacks, bags, laptops or tablets allowed in the venue.

Venue Information:
Fourth Presbyterian Church
126 E Chestnut St
Chicago, IL, 60611