Posted in To Do | music on February 13, 2013

Hunka hunka burnin' love: Ken Stringfellow & Margaret Cho

Posies singer Ken Stringfellow released his fourth solo LP, Danzig in the Moonlight, last fall which found him a little more raw mode than the harmonied pop his band is known for. You can stream it via Spotify below.

Just in time for Valentine's Day, Ken has released a video for "Doesn't it Remind You of Something?" which we're premiering in this post. While the album version is a duet with The Head & the Heart's Charity Rose, the video co-stars comedian Margaret Cho. Theirs is a burning love in the most literal sense. Watch it below.

Ken is also currently on tour and will be in NYC this weekend for two shows: Friday (2/15) at Union Pool with Bird of Youth and Sky White Tiger; and Saturday (2/16) at Mercury Lounge with Chris Mills (tickets). All tour dates, album stream and video premiere are below.


Ken Stringfellow - "Doesn't it Remind You of Something?"

Ken Stringfellow - 2013 Tour Dates
2/13/2013 Pittsburgh PA Thunderbird Cafe
2/14/2013 Baltimore MD Metro Gallery
2/15/2013 Brooklyn NY Union Pool
2/16/2013 New York NY Mercury Lounge
2/17/2013 Somerville MA Johnny D's
2/18/2013 Montreal QC Casa del Popolo
2/19/2013 Toronto ON Drake Hotel
2/20/2013 Waterloo ON Starlight Club
2/21/2013 London ON Call the Office
2/22/2013 Hamilton ON This Ain't Hollywood
2/23/2013 Albany NY Valentine's
2/24/2013 Philadelphia PA North Star Bar
2/25/2013 Richmond VA Gallery 5
2/26/2013 Chapel Hill NC Local 506
2/27/2013 Asheville NC Grey Eagle Tavern & Music Hall
2/28/2013 Birmingham AL Bottle Tree
3/1/2013 Atlanta GA Star Community Bar
3/2/2013 Nashville TN The End
3/3/2013 Little Rock AR Stickyz Rock'n'Roll Chicken Shack
3/5/2013 New Orleans LA Siberia
3/6/2013 Houston TX Fitzgeralds Downstairs
3/7/2013 Austin TX Mohawk Inside Room
3/8/2013 Dallas TX Club Dada



Comments (8)

find one person that cares

Posted by Anonymous | February 13, 2013 5:30 PM

Hey Anonymous, I care. Danzig In The Moonlight is an incredible album.

I guess that's your one person :)

Posted by bigbad | February 13, 2013 7:06 PM

I agree, DITM is amazing, and Ken's come a long way. Still pushing forward, working extremely hard touring, recording and producing. Having seen him live a few times recently I would say his set is up there with the most intimate, engaging and funny (yes the man is brilliantly edgy and funny) I've ever seen.

A legend.

Posted by H | February 14, 2013 6:04 AM

I care. ken is a talented singer songwriter. plus he played in lagwagon. yep, that's right, lagwagon!

Posted by moses g. | February 14, 2013 7:58 AM

The Posies. 'Nuff said.

Posted by Anonymous | February 15, 2013 4:35 PM

I love KS's music, solo and otherwise. He puts so much emotion and care into his live performance, too. Do yourself a favor...

Posted by suz | March 12, 2013 4:58 PM

Superwise is a decent tune.

Posted by catering winnipeg | June 28, 2013 6:26 PM

Few people love this band and album as much as I do, but this video would look so much cooler today if they didn't have those ridiculous earrings. :/

Posted by Tibbs | September 17, 2014 10:56 AM

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