Singer/songwriter Jim James has stepped away from My Morning Jacket for the moment, and will soon hit the road in support of his new solo release, Eternally Even. Gearing up for that tour, James stopped by New York City radio station WFUV for an in-studio solo session. James plays songs and chats with host Alisa Ali during the half hour-long appearance, bringing his new protest music to light in the process.You can now listen to the full WFUV session, which was recorded last week, in the stream below.
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