Sufjan Stevens has made music about historical events, roadways – even serial killers. But his latest project, electro-pop album "The Age of Adz" (pronounced "odds"), is an inward-focused project dealing with the primal side of themes like love and death. Plus, there's a whole cosmic thing going on too. Before back-to-back concerts in Prospect Park next month, he joins us to perform live in the studio.
Singer-songwriter, composer and comic book author Sufjan Stevens is one of the leaders of the folk revival movement in indie rock. He's written songs based on things like Chicago and the Bible. He joins us to talk about the CD/DVD release of his piece The BQE -- a visual and ...
Singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Sufjan Stevens talks about his orchestral homage to the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway. "The BQE" premieres at the Brooklyn Academy of Music tonight and runs through Saturday.
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