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On-stage chat was frosty and they announced on Facebook almost as soon as the gig was over that they had cancelled their tour, citing “internal discord and irreconcilable differences of ambition”.They proceeded to make a second self-titled album together, but they weren’t speaking to each other at the time.Still, the gorgeous material, by turns heartbreaking and life-affirming, steals the spotlight. I can concentrate on emoting instead of praying I get every chord right.” The Civil Wars interpreted songs as disparate as Portishead’s “Sour Times” and Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean.” Audiences should expect covers, but White is tight-lipped about titles. People may not realize how great a song is when the production is so amazing.White promises a fleshed-out sound for his upcoming tour, which begins in New Orleans and covers a half-dozen states before he heads to the U. I tend to gravitate towards those and strip ’em down.” Metallica and Megadeth (“I was an 80s kid,” White says with a laugh), but now he listens mostly to bluegrass and vintage country like Moon Mullican and Tex Ritter. “I’ve had a hard time finding things that really blow my skirt up, for lack of a better phrase.” As a musician from the Quad-Cities, Southern rock was everywhere. On the Tennessee-Alabama state line, you have to be able to play that stuff.” Regional pride birthed Single Lock Records, his label with partners Ben Tanner of Alabama Shakes and Will Trapp. “I’m only a couple miles from where I was born, just across the river in Tuscumbia at Helen Keller hospital. You can still go and see the well and the Ivy Green.” White speaks in a honeyed drawl, with an appealing blend of humility and confidence. When we won, a guy I went to school with texted, ‘Congratulations, now you’ve done something that Led Zeppelin and Queen never did.’ That put it in perspective. tour, John Paul White is enjoying a family Christmas in Florence, Ala.It’s not easy when you don’t get to resolve something even when you try but you have to learn to know when to let go of things that don’t serve you any more.” There were several theories as to why the duo broke up – one that giving birth changed her priorities. “I have become more of a soulful artist because of having my son.”Williams’ new solo record, , is a celebration of womanhood and motherhood.It’s been a cathartic process for her, and explores themes of “accepting, transcending, moving on, forgiving and starting anew, letting go and knowing when to hold on”, she explains, her eyes shining.
“You can’t have that much tension without something changing and it did,” she says when we meet at a private members’ club in London.
On her old album covers she looks like a different person – a soft round face, light blonde hair, ridiculously wholesome.
She’s 32 now, strikingly beautiful and thin, with a Hollywood smile and huge brown eyes. “When the band imploded it wasn’t just a business implosion, it was a massive life disruption in every way and our marriage was almost a casualty of that.
The Southern Gothic folk duo put out two celebrated albums before their frosty breakup.
White was unfailingly diplomatic at the time but now looks only to the future.