Zeke Healy actively keeps his digital presence at a minimum- preferring, as he says, to be able to see the people listening to his music. His visit to WFMU offers a glimpse of his spidery finger-picking and slide steel guitar that should not be missed. Most are untitled, instrumental originals,
but the set also features a loose cover of Kurt Weill's "September Song" and a delicate rendition of "The Last Rose," where Healy's voice can be found hovering atop his jangling accompaniment. An intimate reminder, as he asserts before launching into "Rose," that after all, music is supposed to fun.
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