When I was in college I had a handful of favorite bands and artists that helped me survive the rigors of student life. I wouldn’t have survived without them. One of them has just announced a first-ever livestream event, her name is Liz Phair.
With classics hits like “Supernova,” “ Why Can’t I,” “Polyester Bride,” “Never Said,” “Johnny Feelgood,” “Flower,” “Red Light Fever,” “Uncle Alvarez” and so many more, here fans come from every age group, race, nationality, socioeconomic background and spot on the planet.
She has a new single “Hey Lou” that all Phair-fans love, love, love! The release is an ode to the Velvet Underground and front-man Lou Reed and his union with the legendary Laurie Anderson.
“’Hey Lou” imagines a day in the life of two music legends, whose union was an inspiration for rock bands and a source of curiosity for die hard romantics.
In a recent interview Phair said, “Have you ever wondered what love looks like for your favorite celebrity couple behind closed doors?”
The plan is for Phair is to return to the road this summer, as part of her re-scheduled North American tour with Alanis Morissette and Garbage.
In the meantime, she’ll be performing via her first ever streaming event, called “Hey Lou Hey Liz,” on March 3rd!
Phair will be performing classic songs from her catalogue with her first producer and longtime collaborator Brad Wood.