"...tidy and infectious songs." -The New York Times
" Some people may have found her near-perfect 2006 album, Over the Mountain, Across the Valley and Back to the Stars (Matador), because of its guest starsJames McNew, of Yo La Tengo, and Britt Daniel, of Spoon. OConnor would be just fine without them." --- The New Yorker
"...one of the best records of the year." -The Village Voice
"...more rewarding with each listen." -Harp Magazine
"OConnor beautifully mines the tough terrain created by the twin demons of love and death." Out Magazine
"Sure, it might sound like a no-brainer, but there's a fine art to being plainspoken and eschewing metaphor and florid prose while still having something meaningful and original to say&ldots;. Otherwise you end up sounding like REO Speedwagon. I'll opt for Jennifer O'Connor instead. This New York indie folk rocker has made herself the envy of nearly every other confessional singer-songwriter out there, thanks to the genuinely affecting ruminations on love and loss of last year's Over the Mountain, Across the Valley, and Back to the Stars (Matador). Offering an invitingly elemental production that focuses on the bumps and bruises of O'Connor's slightly world-weary voice, the album is riveting in its quietly devastating candor." San Francisco Bay Guardian
Want to stay updated on new shows, have the the chance to frequently win tickets, and have the opportunity to attend upcoming exclusive "True Fan" parties?Sign-up to our "True Fans" newsletter!
127 E. Mifflin St.
Madison, WI 53703
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|