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Jacob Collier - Interview - Sings "Moon River," Daniel Caesar, & The Beatles in a Game of Song Association | ELLE We need two hands to count the number of instruments he can play, and just as many to list the genres that Grammy Award winning artist #JacobCollier has mastered. On today's episode of #SongAssociation, the London-born arranger, composer, and overall musical genius graced our studios with a taste of his prowess. Tune in (for our longest episode yet!), as Collier sings "Moon River," shares the origins of his Daniel Caesar collaborations, and schools us on the folk tunes that have inspired him most.

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Jacob Collier - NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert | Full Performance Watch Jacob Collier play "Make Me Cry", "Feel", "It Don't Matter" at the Tiny Desk.

July 22, 2019 | Collin Marshall -- As the the NPR staff gathered to watch his performance, Jacob Collier sprinted full bore down the hallway. It seems the North London 24-year-old can hardly contain his creative energy.

It comes out in his wardrobe and most definitely in his music, but it's not misdirected or out of control. These are intricate and precise compositions, like a ship in a bottle made of thousands of planks of wood, yet light enough to sail in a breeze. It's on a scale you wouldn't imagine. Here's an example: This year he covered Henry Mancini and Johnny Mercer's "Moon River" by recording himself 5,000 times and working in 144 other vocal submissions, and then he printed and sold signed copies of his Logic Pro audio session for fans while on tour.

Though this is is a regular day for Jacob, his output continues to astonish everyone around him, both in its quality and sheer quantity. This year alone, he's putting out a project called Djesse with four distinct and complete volumes. Many of the songs are being written along the way, including one crafted specifically for the Tiny Desk called "It Don't Matter." The whole Tiny Desk Concert has a lot to unpack. Check my math, but by my count Jacob plays seven instruments, if you include his singing. And you should — Jacob's stamp has always been to use voice in his compositions like a Swiss army knife, and virtually every combination of band members harmonizes at some point in the show.

It's reflective of his philosophy on music as a connecting tool, to use the instrument we all possess, which drew me to his art in the first place. And as if to make good on those beliefs and bring all of us into one moment, he invited the crowd to sing the final lyrics of the concert together. It was the end of the show, but not even close to the limit of Jacob's imaginative bounds. He obsessed over leaving us a gift: a fake ID fashioned out of a passport photo and an Oyster Card — London's public transit fare card — which now sits on the hallowed shelves of the Tiny Desk. Extra credit if you can spot it in future episodes.

SET LIST

"Make Me Cry"

"Feel"

"It Don't Matter"

MUSICIANS

Jacob Collier: vocals, piano, guitar, bass, melodica, cymbal; Becca Stevens: vocals, acoustic guitar, charango; Christian Euman: vocals, drums, percussion; MARO: vocals, acoustic guitar, keys; Robin Mullarkey: vocals, bass, percussion

CREDITS

Producers: Colin Marshall, Morgan Noelle Smith; Creative Director: Bob Boilen; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Morgan Noelle Smith, Kara Frame, Beck Harlan; Associate Producer: Bobby Carter; Production Assistant: Paul Georgoulis; Photo: Claire Harbage/NPR

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Jacob Collier Electric Car, Supergrass Replace Richard Ashcroft, Brent Smith Wasserman Music, National Lottery & Venue Trust Your daily update on new releases, tours, and business news from MusicIndustryCity.com Jacob Collier Partners With Fiat To Launch New Electric Car Fiat has partnered with musician Jacob Collier to produce a new, all-electric 500. Collier, an environmental advocate and Grammy award winner produced a unique version of Peggy Lee's iconic track “I Love Being Here With You.” for the Fiat campaign. According to a statement, the song is a celebration of the "simple beauty of life". Supergrass Replace Richard Ashcroft As 2021 Tramlines Festival Headliners Sheffield’s Tramlines Festival announced that Supergrass will be the new headliner for this month’s festival. The announcement comes after Richard Ashcroft pulled out of his appearance following its status as a test event for the UK government’s Events Research Program. Ashcroft said in a statement, “I had informed my agent months ago I wouldn’t be playing concerts with restrictions,”  Tramlines announced that they are “delighted to let you know that the amazing Supergrass are your new Sunday headliners!”  We’ll talk more about this in the Music News Power Hour live on Clubhouse and on MusicIndustryCity.com at 12 p.m. Eastern. In Musical Chairs… Ex-WME Agent Brent Smith Joins Executive Team At Wasserman Music Brent Smith, who left WME in October, has joined Wasserman Music, where he is named executive vice president and managing executive on July 6. Smith joins veteran agents Marty Diamond, Jonathan Levine, Jackie Nalpant, and others at the company. He joins a firm that was founded in April when Wasserman bought Paradigm Talent Agency's North American music holdings. National Lottery and Music Venue Trust partner on £1 million grassroots touring initiative The National Lottery has teamed up with Music Venue Trust on a £1 million project to help revitalize the UK's grassroots live music business as COVID limitations are finally lifted. Artists such as Tom Jones, Rag N Bone Man, Mahalia, and Sam Fender will perform in small venues across the UK as part of the National Lottery's Revive Live Tour. That concludes today's update. For article links, see the show notes, or go to MusicIndustryCity.com and listen to the Music News Power Hour live in Clubhouse or on the website at 12 p.m. Eastern. Have a great day!
Jacob Collier: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert Watch four different Jacob Colliers perform simultaneously in the same studio in this unprecedented Tiny Desk quarantine concert.
Jacob Collier Electric Car, Supergrass Replace Richard Ashcroft, Brent Smith Wasserman Music, National Lottery & Venue Trust Your daily update on new releases, tours, and business news from MusicIndustryCity.com Jacob Collier Partners With Fiat To Launch New Electric Car Fiat has partnered with musician Jacob Collier to produce a new, all-electric 500. Collier, an environmental advocate and Grammy award winner produced a unique version of Peggy Lee's iconic track “I Love Being Here With You.” for the Fiat campaign. According to a statement, the song is a celebration of the "simple beauty of life". Supergrass Replace Richard Ashcroft As 2021 Tramlines Festival Headliners Sheffield’s Tramlines Festival announced that Supergrass will be the new headliner for this month’s festival. The announcement comes after Richard Ashcroft pulled out of his appearance following its status as a test event for the UK government’s Events Research Program. Ashcroft said in a statement, “I had informed my agent months ago I wouldn’t be playing concerts with restrictions,”  Tramlines announced that they are “delighted to let you know that the amazing Supergrass are your new Sunday headliners!”  We’ll talk more about this in the Music News Power Hour live on Clubhouse and on MusicIndustryCity.com at 12 p.m. Eastern. In Musical Chairs… Ex-WME Agent Brent Smith Joins Executive Team At Wasserman Music Brent Smith, who left WME in October, has joined Wasserman Music, where he is named executive vice president and managing executive on July 6. Smith joins veteran agents Marty Diamond, Jonathan Levine, Jackie Nalpant, and others at the company. He joins a firm that was founded in April when Wasserman bought Paradigm Talent Agency's North American music holdings. National Lottery and Music Venue Trust partner on £1 million grassroots touring initiative The National Lottery has teamed up with Music Venue Trust on a £1 million project to help revitalize the UK's grassroots live music business as COVID limitations are finally lifted. Artists such as Tom Jones, Rag N Bone Man, Mahalia, and Sam Fender will perform in small venues across the UK as part of the National Lottery's Revive Live Tour. That concludes today's update. For article links, see the show notes, or go to MusicIndustryCity.com and listen to the Music News Power Hour live in Clubhouse or on the website at 12 p.m. Eastern. Have a great day!
Jacob Collier and Ben Bloomberg: Bonus Episode Kevin’s conversation with this amazing duo was so fascinating, we’re publishing this bonus episode! Grammy-award winning musician Jacob Collier and MIT PhD Ben Bloomberg reflect on human and artificial intelligence and its impact on creativity. Find out how AI is playing a constructive role in this amazing duo’s creative work. Click here for transcript of this episode.  Kevin Scott Ben Bloomberg Jacob Collier Subscribe to Behind the Tech Podcast with Kevin Scott - Microsoft
Jacob Collier & Ben Bloomberg: Grammy award-winning duo In this episode, Kevin talks tech and music with Grammy-award winning musician Jacob Collier and MIT PhD Ben Bloomberg, who designs the tech behind the music. Their unique collaborations are breaking new ground in the music industry, leveraging innovative technologies to design, create and perform. Find out how AI is playing a constructive role in this amazing duo’s creative work. Click here for transcript of this episode.  Kevin Scott Ben Bloomberg Jacob Collier
Jacob Collier, Bo Jackson, and master teachers What do Jacob Collier, the musician&apos;s musician, and Bo Jackson, the legendary pro athlete, have to do with teaching? Join us as we descend down this rabbit hole and explore what would happen if all teachers defined themselves not by the content, course, or age-level they teach, but by the profession as a whole; teacher. Curious about the whole video of Jacob Collier explaining harmony at all levels that we mentioned in the show? Follow the link https://youtu.be/eRkgK4jfi6M
Feedback Loop Episode 43: Jacob Collier - Djesse Vol. 2 We're gettin' weird and vocal this week! Talking all about the second in what will be a four-album saga written by Jacob Collier; Djesse Volume 2! Will Jeremy enjoy it, or will Joey regret his decision to not pick Djesse 3!? CHECK IT OUT NOW!

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