Check out Mike’s interview with Wisconsin Public Radio on the eve of The Baseball Project’s upcoming tour.
We’re excited to announce “Let’s Go Dancing: a Celebration of Kevn Kinney” which will be released in four parts. The first quarterly installment “Said the Firefly to the Hurricane” out November 24th, 2023. A new single will be released every two weeks till then! Today’s surprise release is by none other than Scott McCaughey (The … Continued
Here are Bill’s picks for the R.E.M. Top 40 Songs Playlist which you can listen to here. Bill’s Picks (31-40) Beachball Daysleeper These Days We Walk I Remember California I Don’t Sleep, I Dream Rotary 10 Voice of Harold Leaving New York Find The River
Mike’s Picks for the R.E.M. Top 40 Playlist (21-30) Wolves, Lower Pilgrimage I Believe It’s The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine) You Are The Everything Orange Crush What’s The Frequency, Kenneth How The West Was Won and Where It Got Us Living Well Is The Best Revenge Every … Continued
The R.E.M. Top Forty: Peter’s Picks (11-20) What’s on Peter’s list that’s on yours? Listen to the full playlist. 11. Feeling Gravitys Pull 12. So. Central Rain (I’m Sorry) 13. Walk Unafraid 14. You’re In The Air 15. Discoverer 16. All The Way To Reno (You’re Gonna Be A Star) 17. Try Not To Breathe … Continued
The R.E.M. Top Forty: Michael’s Picks (1-10) Did Michael include some of your favorites, too? Listen to the full playlist. World Leader Pretend Country Feedback Strange Currencies The Lifting Electron Blue Supernatural Superserious Oh My Heart We All Go Back To Where We Belong Flowers of Guatemala Half A World Away
Just for fun, Bill, Peter, Mike & Michael put together a great playlist of their 40 favorite R.E.M. songs. Each guy picked ten songs and the results are quite interesting—Michael’s are 1-10, Peter’s 11-20, Mike’s 21-30, & Bill’s 31-40. Check it out here. Michael’s Picks (1-10) 1. World Leader Pretend2. Country Feedback3. Strange Currencies4. The Lifting5. … Continued
In an @nmemagazine exclusive, Berry, Buck, Mills, & Stipe have shared a playlist of their favorite 40 R.E.M. songs. Check out the NME article and playlist (featuring 10 songs from each of the guys).
Watch the new official lyric video for “Strange Currencies” #TheBearFX #Behindthesong
The long out-of-print LP reissues for AROUND THE SUN and COLLAPSE INTO NOW are OUT TODAY in the US & Canada! Pick up a copy in stores or here, (where you can also pre-order the other recently announced reissues for REVEAL & ACCELERATE). All titles are also available to pre-order internationally, expected to ship September … Continued
Mike is a guest on the latest Braves Country Podcast (Episode 93) where he talks with hosts Scott Munn & Tug Howard about, you guessed it, baseball, music, and The Baseball Project who just released their new LP, “Grand Salami Time!” Listen here.
“…Fans who have skipped over the group’s 21st century output have missed out on some really amazing music. They are important, yet often-overlooked pieces of the puzzle that fully illustrate why R.E.M. ranks as the greatest American rock band of all time.” Jim Harrington, pop music critic for the The Mercury News, looks at the … Continued
Join us in congratulating Mike and his colleagues Robert McDuffie, Chuck Leavell, Larry Brumley, the team at 7 Cinematics, and arranger David Mallamud, for winning an Emmy for A Night of Georgia Music at the 49th Annual Southeast Regional Emmy Awards in Atlanta on June 17. The show, which premiered on Georgia Public Broadcasting on … Continued
As remembered by our friend and Warner Music (at the time) main man Klaus Hoffmann, a memorable night in a special part of the ancient city: Klaus: “On this day in 2003 R.E.M. played in front of Schönbrunn Castle. A hectic show that saw the resurrection of ‘Permanent Vacation’ which I had pestered Peter with … Continued
Meaningful memories from Switzerland 🇨🇭 — we have a few, this one from July 7, 1995: This was the big day for the band to return to Switzerland, where Bill Berry had suffered the very serious brain injury only four months before, at the March 1 concert in Lausanne. As has been well documented elsewhere, … Continued