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Marnie Stern Tour Dates
MARNIE STERN IS ON TOUR! October 2010 29 - Mobile, AL @ Alabama Music Box 30 - Houston, TX @ Hard Rock Cafe 31 - Austin, TX @ Red 7 November 2010 2 - Tucson, AZ @ Club Congress 3 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo 4 - Oakland, CA @ The New Parish 5 - Portland, OR @ Mississippi Studios 6 - Seattle, WA @ The Vera Project 9 - Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry 10 - Chicago, IL @ Empty Bottle 18 -...
Marnie Stern at CMJ
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Marnie Stern on Amplified →
Frodo digs The Raincoats
Corin Tucker in NY Press
So are the songs you’re writing now coming from a different place than those of your previous bands might have? Yeah, it was definitely kind of a blank slate creatively because I wanted to do something completely different. I’ve always enjoyed a lot of different music, so there’s definitely influences that I thought about while writing this record that I wouldn’t have in other bands that...
…people fixate on the flashiness of Marnie’s playing, but I’m sold on the...– fluxblog on marnie stern
Corin Tucker talks about Twilight and Stephanie...
My favorite song on 1,000 Years is “Miles Away,” which begins, “New moon peeking through/Now the sky is brand-new.” You wrote it for the second Twilight movie, but it didn’t make the cut. I was a big fan of those books—I am a big fan of those books. I really related to the voice of Bella. She’s this young teenage girl figuring out who she is—she’s...
The Musician's Life in a Bad Economy
An Interview with Corin Tucker on NPR’s Marketplace
Grass Widow on Upset the Rhythm
Remember last week when I found out that there was a new Marnie Stern album out?...– Henry Rollins on Marnie Stern
Marnie Stern review in The Guardian →
“New Yorker Marnie Stern is a glorious one-off: evidently schooled in the 30-year riot of wild ideas that is her city’s artrock heritage – though distinctly apart from her peers in that scene today – and one of the most entertaining interviewees in rock to boot. The flicker and flash of Stern’s meteor-shower guitar heroics combine with superhuman drummer Zach Hill’s...