Moody alternative-era singer/songwriter Edwyn Collins is still best known for pensive rockers such as “A Girl Like You” and his ’80s work with Glaswegian post-punk outfit Orange Juice, who got the box set treatment last year. Shortly after releasing his 2005 album, Home Again, Collins suffered brain hemorrhages, which debilitated him for a couple of years. Through it all, he kept his determination, relearned his songs, and returned to performing live in 2007. Last week, he released Home Again‘s follow-up, Losing Sleep, which features guest appearances by members of the Smiths, Franz Ferdinand, and Aztec Camera. Tonight and tomorrow are his only scheduled U.S. dates. With the Kinbeats.
Sun., March 13, 8 p.m., 2011
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on March 2, 2011