Courtney Barnett


Scenes from Courtney Barnett and the Here and There Festival

Australian singer/songwriter Courtney Barnett headlined a night of music at Harrisburg’s XL Live Friday. The show was part of Barnett’s Here and There Festival and featured Indie-folk singer Lucy Dacus, Faye Webster and Caroline Rose. The show was the latest in the Harrisburg University Concert Series. Upcoming shows...

Courtney Barnett releasing abortion fund benefit comp ft. Sleater-Kinney, Julia Jacklin, The Beths, more

Courtney Barnett's massive summer continues with the announcement of a new compilation, to accompany her traveling Here and There festival. Here And There: B-Sides, Live Tracks + Demos features artists joining Courtney on the road this summer, and will be released on a limited run of 600 cassette tapes, with all funds raised benefiting the National Network of Abortion Funds and Advocates for Youth. Pre-order it here, and check out all of Courtney Barnett's dates below.

Courtney Barnett to Release ‘Here And There’ Festival Compilation for Reproductive Rights

Acclaimed singer (and now festival organizer) Courtney Barnett has announced that she will release a new compilation for reproductive rights. The collection of songs, which features Sleater-Kinney, Faye Webster, and more, was born out of Barnett’s recent music fest, Here And There. And proceeds will go to the National Network of Abortion Funds and Advocates for Youth.

Courtney Barnett to release abortion charity benefit compilation featuring Sleater-Kinney, The Beths

Courtney Barnett has announced a new compilation to coincide with her Here and There Festival, which features unreleased tracks from artists that have been playing the festival. The compilation, titled Here And There: B-Sides, Live Tracks + Demos, features music from Barnett herself, as well as Sleater-Kinney, The Beths, Faye Webster, Julia Jacklin, Bedouine and more. It’s being released on cassette later this month, and proceeds from the sale of it will be donated to National Network of Abortion Funds and Advocates for Youth. Take a look at the tracklist below, and hear a demo version of Courtney Barnett’s “If I Don’t Hear from You Tonight”, originally from her 2021 album, Things Take Time, Take Time.
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CONCERT REVIEW: Courtney Barnett kicks of Here and There festival in Kansas City

The Arvest Bank Theater at The Midland set the scene for Courtney Barnett’s Here and There festival this past Monday. Barnett’s latest project is a touring festival featuring 24 different artists at 15 different venues. The first leg of the tour began in Kansas City on Aug. 9, where Barnett was accompanied by artists Lucy Dacus and Quinn Christopherson.

Courtney Barnett announces new compilation release to aid reproductive rights groups

Courtney Barnett has announced details of a new ‘Here And There’ festival compilation, which will aid reproductive rights groups. The Australian singer-songwriter’s Here And There touring festival kicked off in Kansas City, MO on Monday (August 8) and will visit 13 further stops before it wraps up Denver, CO on September 3. Each night features a unique line-up, featuring the likes of Japanese Breakfast, Wet Leg, Lucy Dacus and more.

Courtney Barnett Announces A ‘Here And There’ Festival Compilation With Sleater-Kinney, Faye Webster, And More

Courtney Barnett’s Here And There travelling festival is in full swing. The novel series of shows has seen the Aussie singer and guitarist putting together stacked bills at each city that Here And There stops at, with a different, yet equally decorated, cast at each stop. From Lucy Dacus and Japanese Breakfast to Sleater-Kinney and Bartees Strange, this is a pretty rad “festival” concept that Barnett is currently on. But she’s taking it a step further…

CONCERT: Courtney Barnett Playing Asbury Hall on September 13

Unstoppable singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett kicked off her Here and There festival this week and then will play some solo shows later this summer in support of her critically acclaimed third studio album Things Take Time, Take Time. The album, which came out last November on Mom+Pop Music / Marathon Artists, was included on many of the Best of 2021 lists including former president Barack Obama’s Favorite Music of 2021 list!