Art Alexakis from Everclear Plays the 'At

Guitar Center with Nic Harcourt' (PopMatters Premiere)

by PopMatters Staff

4 May 2012

Art Alexakis from Everclear is one of the latest major talents who has stopped by Guitar Center to play for the Nic Harcourt podcast series that now numbers 25 entries.
 

Art Alexakis from Everclear is one of the latest major talents who has stopped by Guitar Center to play for the Nic Harcourt podcast series that now numbers 25 entries. Previous podcasts have included a diverse fare, from legends Jimmy Cliff and Quincy Jones to today’s hottest new acts like Alabama Shakes and Dirty Beaches. Today we bring you the premiere of Alexakis performing the hit “I Will Buy You a New Life”, which isn’t included on the Guitar Center web site. The official video for the episode online was “Father of Mine”, which is also included. The podcast is an intriguing series combining live performance and interview segments and is well worth subscribing to both for the quality of content and the wide range of artists represented. After checking out the videos, head on over to grab the podcast and listen to the interview with Alexakis.

About the series: “‘At: Guitar Center with Nic Harcourt’ is a podcast series that that delivers unique music, and the stories behind it as told to host, Nic Harcourt, in the highest quality possible. The series features both exclusive performance videos and audio podcasts of these interviews that aim to tell the stories of the artists, their background, their music and more.”


  

 

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