Iron & Wine – Full Performance (Live On KEXP)

Iron & Wine – Full Performance (Live On KEXP)
presents Iron & Wine performing live from Mellow Johnny’s Bike Shop in Austin, TX, during SXSW 2013. Recorded March 16th, 2013.

Songs:
1:08 Grace for Saints and Ramblers
5:26 Jesus the Mexican Boy
9:46 Woman King
13:17 Winter Prayers
16:44 Lion’s Mane
19:33 Glad Man Singing
23:59 Upward Over the Mountain
28:00 Boy with a Coin

Host: Troy Nelson
Audio Engineer: Kevin Suggs
Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Shelly Corbett, Scott Holpainen & June Zandona
Editor: Scott Holpainen

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26 comments

  1. Ricardo Coelho says:

    What an amazing afternoon concert, I appreciate his patience with those shouting guys…

    My favourite performer in activity, no doubt!

    Thanks Sam

  2. Alistair Forsyth says:

    It’s sad that most people would complain about the ‘mistakes’ but this concert is such a real representation of him as a guy. Just a plain good song writer and a nice dude.

  3. Christian Shreve says:

    How come when half of the crowd starts screaming, BOY WITH A COIN, he does another song? I love Iron and Wine all the same though.

  4. 156qaz says:

    sorry but this guy is a TOTAL HACK. You can find much better musicians at your local OPEN MICS! I kid you not. This is not even up for debate.

  5. José Nogueira says:

    Iron & Wine delivering an awe-inspiring performance in São Paulo last 2nd September is going to be one of my fondest memories ever. Hearing his voice feels like home. I was so overwhelmed that I hardly noticed the bloody mobile/camera freaks and pissing Twilight Saga twats taking stupid selfies during the concert (there should be a law against these people even breathing). But Sam is a perfect gentleman, so he rose above it.
    He played for 2 hours straight and that was the case when just a man and his guitar suffice to transcend. I’ve been a fan for 10 years or so but only at the concert did I realise the prodigiously gifted (and yet kind and humble) instrumentalist Sam is. Sometimes, when playing a bluesy tune, he’d go into a solemn trance-like state, meaning every word coming out of his mouth. That was sheer awesomeness! But he had fun as well, cracking jokes now and then.
    So I can hardly wait for his next Brazilian tour.

  6. MrSpyruz says:

    Everytime I see this guy in a live performance a smile comes to my face. Such a humble guy, great voice, great lyrics and so underrated. Better for us though, who enjoy good-inspiring music.

  7. Curt Cobean says:

    Is there anywhere that this can be found as an MP3 download? I could listen to this over and over, but then I’ll max out my data pretty quick.

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