In the second installment of his new “Tram Watch” series, bent troubadour Robyn Hitchcock finds inspiration on a trip to Memphis, Tenn., and breaks into Elvis Presley’s 1957 smash “All Shook Up” while riding a streetcar — and then continues once he jump off, as seen above. You can also check out the first installment, below, which finds Hitchcock and Ruby Wright performing “Trams of Old London,” off I Often Dream of Trains, in an abandoned British subway station.
See Robyn Hitchcock perform ‘Trams of Old London’ after the jump…
PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS:
- Robyn Hitchcock releasing ‘Propellor Time’ on ultra-limited cassette
- Video: Robyn Hitchcock’s 8-song in-store performance, interview at Amoeba Music
- Video: Robyn Hitchcock’s new single ‘Ordinary Millionaire,’ off ‘Propellor Time’
- Robyn Hitchcock’s ‘Propellor Time’ to feature Peter Buck, Johnny Marr
- Robyn Hitchcock releasing ‘I Often Dream of Trains in New York’ live CD/DVD