Iron and Wine

Iron and Wine

Iron and Wine’s Ghost on Ghost made its United States debut in on April 2013. It is the fifth release from singer-songwriter Sam Beam, using the pen name Iron and Wine. The album follows 2011’s Kiss Each Other Clean, which debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard chart. The first three Iron and Wine albums were The Creek Drank the Cradle (2002), Our Endless Numbered Days (2004), and The Shepherd’s Dog (2007).

Helping achieve Beam’s vision on Ghost on Ghost was a group of stellar musicians including Rob Burger, Steve Bernstein, Brian Blade, Curtis Fowlkes, Tony Garnier, Marika Hughes, Briggan Kraus, Maxim Moston, Tony Scherr, Doug Wieselman, Kenny Wolleson, and Anja Wood. Burger (Tin Hat Trio) has worked with Beam intermittently through the years and handled arrangements for strings and horns on Ghost on Ghost.

Feb. 26 Ferguson Hall
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Show Dates & Times

Wednesday, Feb. 26, at 8 p.m.

Tickets from $34.50-$44.50.

Ticket prices are subject to change without notice and will increase based on demand.

About the Show

For Ghost on Ghost, Beam sought to move from what he called the “anxious tension” of his two previous records. “This record felt like a reward to myself after the way I went about making the last few,” he says.

Helping achieve Beam’s vision was a group of stellar musicians including Rob Burger, Steve Bernstein, Brian Blade, Curtis Fowlkes, Tony Garnier, Marika Hughes, Briggan Kraus, Maxim Moston, Tony Scherr, Doug Wieselman, Kenny Wolleson, and Anja Wood. Burger (Tin Hat Trio) has worked with Beam intermittently through the years and handled arrangements for strings and horns on Ghost on Ghost. For the album’s cover, Beam, who is also a visual artist, chose an image from the series “Private Views” by noted photographer Barbara Crane.

The first three Iron and Wine albums, released on Sub Pop, were The Creek Drank the Cradle (2002), Our Endless Numbered Days (2004), and The Shepherd’s Dog (2007).