The opener even ran long but it seemed like no one cared, that’s probably because former Fleet Foxes drummer, J. Tillman, was on drums the whole time.
Father John Misty has been touring for quite sometime in honor of their new album, Fear Fun, but looked no worse for wear. Tillman’s vocals were on point and the sellout crowd at Mercury Lounge was loving every minute of the show.
You can tell Tillman is from a different era, an old school rocker who just loves music. According to Jambands.com, Tillman also did a 5 p.m. show at the Ace Hotel in New York before the night even got started. So he pretty much was playing all day long, from the Ace Hotel to drums for the opener, Har Mar Superstar, and rocking the stage with his band.
Tickets to the show were only $14 but you got your money’s worth for every penny.
Father John Misty has actually added tour dates through the middle of July. Definitely catch one of them for a music experience you won’t regret.
Jun 02–Barcelona, Spain– Primavera Sound Festival
Jun 03– Berlin, Germany– Privatclub
Jun 04 — Utrecht, Netherlands– Ekko
Jun 06 — London, United Kingdom– Shacklewell Arms
Jun 07– Antwerp, Belgium — Trix
Jun 08 — Paris, France– Fleche D’Or
Jun 10– Welbeck Abbey , United Kingdom — No Direction Home Festival
Jul 05 — Denver, CO — Bluebird #
Jul 06 — Omaha, NE– Slowdown #
Jul 07– Madison, WI –High Noon Saloon #
Jul 09 — Cleveland, OH — Grog Shop #
Jul 10 — Buffalo, NY — Town Ballroom #
Jul 11 — Ottawa, Ontario — Ottawa Bluesfest
Jul 12 — Toronto, Ontario — Opera House #
Jul 13 — Pontiac, MI — Crofoot #
Jul 15 — Minneapolis, MN — Varsity #
Jul 18 — Missoula, MT — Top Hat #
Jul 20 — Seattle, WA– Capitol Hill Block Party
07-21 — Vancouver, British Columbia — Venue #
07-22 — Portland, OR — Wonder Ballroom #
Jul 27 — Melbourne, Australia– Corner Hotel
Jul 28 — Sydney, Australia– Oxford Art Factory
Jul 29 — Byron Bay, Australia– Splendour in the Grass Festival
# w/ Youth Lagoon