Joey Burns

Joey Burns is a founding member of Calexico. He has also played in Friends of Dean Martinez and Giant Sand. The new Calexico album, The Thread That Keeps Us, is available now on Anti Records. You can follow Calexico on Twitter here.

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Bio

Calexico and Iron & Wine is a collaboration between American artists Iron & Wine’s Samuel Beam and the Tucson, Arizona band Calexico. To date the collaboration has resulted in the EP, In the Reins (2005), the track Dark Eyes from the soundtrack I'm Not There (2007), and the 2019 full album Years to Burn. Iron & Wine and Calexico have been steady bellwethers of the burgeoning alt-folk scene for years. Both bands have released a grip of albums and EPs, and both have enjoyed consistent praise in music publications and on college campuses. Their collaboration was in the stars, no matter what the critics say, and both bands have delivered on the promise of their earlier work with their remarkably solid EP, In the Reins (2005). Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

Talks

Driving Through the Sonoran Desert Listening to Low

By Joey Burns | September 20, 2018

Driving Through the Sonoran Desert Listening to Low

Joey Burns (Calexico) on the transformative experience of Double Negative.

Joey Burns (Calexico, Giant Sand) Talks The Tallest Man on Earth’s Dark Bird Is Home

By Joey Burns | May 14, 2015

Joey Burns (Calexico, Giant Sand) Talks The Tallest Man on Earth’s Dark Bird Is Home

The Tallest Man On Earth’s Dark Bird Is Home is a lush meditation on movement and emotional pathfinding.