From The Archives

Simon Bonney
-Chronology-

(1991-2001: Berlin/Los Angeles/Canberra)
(2019: Thailand)
Simon Bonney 1993
Simon Bonney & Bronwyn Adams (1993). Photo credit Gareth Jones. Recording the "Everyman" album.

Chronology: a chronological overview of known concert dates (some with setlists and/or ads), 
dates of studio recordings, all line-ups, assorted trivia and other tall tales 
related to the Australian artist Simon Bonney.
Date format is DD-MMM-YY.
-Information in grey italics is uncertain-
1991
The year in which the recording sessions for the "Forever" album start and Simon and Bronwyn move to Los Angeles, CA (US).

"Simon and Bronwyn had taken their Alcoholics Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous programs as an excuse to withdraw from the rest of [Crime and the City Solution]. In reality, however, Simon was planning a solo career for which he saved up his songs. Our distrust and his eventual obvious betrayal led, after less than five years, to the dissolution of [Crime and the City Solution] in this line-up. Three great albums were created as part of this collaboration and it was a shame that the vain megalomania of the singer stifled the just emerging success of this promising project in the bud. I was deeply disappointed in the man and never again wanted to have anything to do with him." (Alex Hacke in his 2015 autobiography "Krach", translated from German).

Twenty years later -in 2011- Alex would be playing a key role in helping Simon resurrect Crime. They recorded in Detroit a new album, "American Twilight", and toured Europe, USA and Australia during 2012-2013.


Line-up #1A (Berlin):
Simon Bonney (vocals) and Bronwyn Adams (violin).

1991
DE Recording sessions for the "Forever" album @ Audio, Spliff, Acoustic Heidiland and Tritonus studios, Berlin. Mixed @ Tritonus studio, Berlin by Gareth Jones, assisted by Marco Birkner. Produced by Gareth Jones. With Hans Behrendt (percussion), Reinhold Heil (organ,piano), Jayney Klimek and Nikko Weidemann.


1991
Simon Bonney and Bronwyn Adams move to Los Angeles,CA (US), where they would be living until 2001.


Line-up #1B (Los Angeles 1991):
Simon Bonney (vocals)/ Bronwyn Adams (violin) and John David Foster (guitar)
with Jon Dee Graham (pedal steel guitar)/ Gregory Boaz (bass) and Archie Francis (drums).

1991/1992
US Recording sessions for the "Forever" album @ Trax and Wayne Cook studios, Los Angeles,CA (US). Engineered by Mike Nally, with Bradley Cook. Produced by Gareth Jones. With John David Foster (acoustic/electric guitars)/ Jon Dee Graham (steel guitar, dobro, bottle-neck guitar)/ Gregory Boaz (electric and upright bass) and Archie Francis (drums). With Harold -Biff- Sanders (drums) and on backing vocals Sally Norvell and Carla Bozulich.






1992
The year in which the "Forever"album is released, followed by an acoustic tour of the USA.

April 1992
UK Release of the "There Can Only Be One" single (Mute records).


May 1992
UK Release of the "Forever" album (Mute records).

Review: Scan of review from The Daily Telegraph 15-May-92.


11/15-Sep-92
US Release of the "Forever" album (Mute/Elektra records).

Review: Scan of review from The Philadelphia Inquirer 28-Feb-93.


Line-up #2A (Los Angeles September-October 1992):
Simon Bonney (vocals)/ Bronwyn Adams (backing vocals) and John David Foster (acoustic guitar).

Kansas City 17-Sep-92

17-Sep-92
US MO,Kansas City-Westport,Hurricane
[with Kristin Hall and Phil Wang]

Listing: Scan of listing from The Kansas City Star 11-Sep-92.

Note: Acoustic set. Simon and Bronwyn (then 6 months pregant) with their 4 months old daughter take a month-long road trip across America (partially along Route 40) from their newly adopted home in Los Angeles to New York City and back, to play a series of acoustic shows.


Chicago 19-Sep-92

19-Sep-92
US IL,Chicago,The Metro
[with The Connels]

Listing: Scan of listing from Northwest Herald 04-Sep-92.

Note: Acoustic set.


20-Sep-92
US IL,Chicago,Torchlight Cafe

Setlist: Where Trouble Is Easier To Find(*)/ Sweetest Kind Of Pain/ Forever/ Ruby(*)/ Someone Loves You/ Like Caesar Needs A Brutus/ Don't Walk Away From Love(*)/ Saw You Falling/ The Sun Don't Shine.

Note: Acoustic set. (*) Songs from the -at the time- unrecorded "Everyman" album.


Birmingham 25-Sep-92

25-Sep-92
US MI,Birmingham,Unitarian Church
La Casa Music Festival
[with Mark Germino, David Rodriguez and Greg Trooper]

Listing: Scan of listing from Detroit Free Press 25-Sep-92.

Note: Acoustic set.


Cambridge 29-Sep-92

29-Sep-92
US MA,Cambridge,Middle East restaurant
[with Angelo Petraglia, George Howard, The Hyena Club]

Listing: Scan of listing from The Boston Globe 24-Sep-92.

Note: Acoustic set.


Nashville 04-Oct-92

04-Oct-92
US TN,Nashville,Bluebird Café
Songwriters Mecca night

Listing: Scan of listing from The Tennessean 02-Oct-92.

Note: Acoustic set.


Austin 07-Oct-92

07-Oct-92
US TX,Austin,Cactus Club

Listing: Scan of listing from Austin American-Statesman 03-Oct-92.

Note: Rescheduled to the 21st.


Austin 21-Oct-92

21-Oct-92
US TX,Austin,Cactus Club
[with Michele Solberg]

Listing: Scan of listing from Austin American-Statesman 20-Oct-92.

Note: Rescheduled from the 7th.






1993/1994
The years in which the "Everyman" album is recorded.

Line-up #2B (Los Angeles 1993/94):
Simon Bonney (vocals)/ Bronwyn Adams (violin/backing vocals)/ John David Foster (guitar) and David Halley (guitar).

New York February 1993

02-Feb-93
US NY,New York City,Skep gallery/bar/performance space (@ 527 Broome Street)

03-Feb-93
US NY,New York City,Skep gallery/bar/performance space (@ 527 Broome Street)

09-Feb-93
US NY,New York City,Skep gallery/bar/performance space (@ 527 Broome Street)

10-Feb-93
US NY,New York City,Skep gallery/bar/performance space (@ 527 Broome Street)

16-Feb-93
US NY,New York City,Skep gallery/bar/performance space (@ 527 Broome Street)

17-Feb-93
US NY,New York City,Skep gallery/bar/performance space (@ 527 Broome Street)

23-Feb-93
US NY,New York City,Skep gallery/bar/performance space (@ 527 Broome Street)

24-Feb-93
US NY,New York City,Skep gallery/bar/performance space (@ 527 Broome Street)

Ad: Taken from the New York Times online archives 07-Feb-93.

Note: Month residency on Tuesdays/Wednesdays.


Austin 18-Mar-93

18-Mar-93
US TX,Austin,Broken Spoke - SXSW festival
[with Kelly Willis, Butch Hancock, Alvin Crow, Don Walser, Libby Dwyer]

Listing: Scan of listing from Austin American-Statesman 16-Mar-93.


USA September 1993

Aug-1993/1993
US Recording sessions for the "Everyman" album @ (Willie Nelson's) Pedernales Recording, Lake Travis, TX (US) and Arlyn studios, Austin, TX (US), and Bismeaux studio, Austin, TX (US). Engineered by Stuart Sullivan. Produced by Gareth Jones. Further recordings @ Clubhouse & Kiva West & Trax & Stagg Street & Studio Masters studios, Los Angeles, CA (US).

Line-up: Simon Bonney (vocals)/ Bronwyn Adams (violin)/ John David Foster (guitar/co-wrote music) and David Halley (guitar). With Jon Dee Graham (pedal steel guitar)/ Chuck Prophet (guitar)/ Matt Smith (guitar, piano, organ)/ Skip Edwards (organ, electric piano) and Daren Hess (drums, percussion). With the Texacali Horns: Joe Sublett (saxes), Darrel Leonard (trumpets, trombonium), and Frank Kammerdiener (cello), John Hagen (cello), Freddy Krc (drums, percussion). On backing vocals: Sally Norvell, Jayney Klimek, Jon Dee Forster, Matt Smith, Chris O'Connel, Maryann Price and Gareth Jones.

Photo: Photo credit Gareth Jones.


1994. The family temporarily moves back to Australia.


1994
UK London,Milo & The Strongroom studios. Additional recording sessions for the "Everyman" album.


xx-Sep-94
US TX,Austin,107.1 KGSR Radio

Note: Simon Bonney interviewed by Jody Denberg. Released on an "Everyman" promo CD, "In Conversation with Simon Bonney" (14-Mar-95).






1995
The year in which the "Everyman" album is released in US, followed by 3 tours of the US.

14-Mar-95
US Release of the "Everyman" album (Elektra records).


Line-up #3A (Los Angeles Mar/May-1995):
Simon Bonney (vocals) and Bronwyn Adams (violin) with
Peter Angus (bass)/ Jeremy Wakefield (pedal-steel guitar) and Matthew Smith (acoustic guitar).

29-Mar-95
US WA,Seattle,Moe's Tavern

Note: Start of a (37-date) US '95 tour in support of the "Everyman" album, with strong support from Elektra Records. The first tour is covering singer/songwriter-type venues and college campuses, with three other musicians, incorporating a combination of pedal steel, dobro, lap steel, guitar, mandolin and violin. Recruited for the tour are steel guitar wizzard Jeremy Wakefield [from LA's The Lucky Stars, a Country & Western Swing and Rockabilly band], guitarist Matthew Smith [from Detroit's Volebeats and Outrageous Cherry] and bass player Peter Angus.


Portland 30-Mar-95

30-Mar-95
US OR,Portland,La Luna-balcony
[with Kevin Salem]

Listing: Scan of listing from Statesman Journal 24-Mar-95.


01-Apr-95
US CA,Berkeley,Rasputin Records
(afternoon)

Setlist: Where Trouble Is Easier To Find/ Forever/ Western Lights/ All God's Children.


Los Angeles 04-Apr-95

01-Apr-95
US CA,San Francisco,Noe Valley Ministry
[with Congo Norvell]
(evening)

Setlist: Where Trouble Is Easier To Find/ Someone Love's You/ Forever/ Don't Walk Away From Love/ All God's Children/ Western Lights/ A White Suit In Memphis/ Like Caesar Needs A Brutus/ Ravenswood/ Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues [Danny O'Keefe].

Ad: Scan of ad from The San Francisco Examiner 26-Mar-95.


02-Apr-95
US CA,San Jose,Cactus Club


Los Angeles 04-Apr-95

04-Apr-95
US CA,Santa Monica,Tower records
(3:30PM)

Ad: Scan of ad from LA Weekly 31-Mar-95.


Los Angeles 04-Apr-95

04-Apr-95
US CA,Los Angeles-West Hollywood,Luna Park
[with Sophie B. Hawkins]
(evening)

Ad: Scan of ad from LA Weekly 31-Mar-95.

Review: Scan of review, taken from the Los Angeles Times.


Claremont 05-Apr-95

05-Apr-95
US CA,Claremont,Nick's Cafe

Ad: Scan of ad from LA Weekly 31-Mar-95.


San Diego 06-Apr-95

06-Apr-95
US CA,San Diego,Casbah
[with The Rugburns]

Listing: Scan of listing from Times-Advocate 31-Mar-95.


Phoenix 07-Apr-95

07-Apr-95
US AZ,Phoenix,Congo Java Bar and Grill
[with Stickmen]

Listing: Scan of listing from Arizona Republic 07-Apr-95.


08-Apr-95
US NM,Albuquerque,Goldenwest

10-Apr-95
US TX,Dallas,21st Amendment


Austin 11-Apr-95

11-Apr-95
US TX,Austin,Electric Lounge
[with Laurie Freelove & Gemma Cochran and Carrie Clark & Pam Peltz]

Listing: Scan of listing from Austin American-Statesman 11-Apr-95.


USA April 1995

12-Apr-95
US TX,Houston,Urban Art Bar

13-Apr-95
US LA,New Orleans,Howling Wolf

Ad: Taken from the Gavin Report 31-Mar-95.


Atlanta 15-Apr-95

15-Apr-95
US GA,Atlanta,The Point
[with Rusty Johnson Band]

Listing: Scan of listing from The Atlanta Constitution 14-Apr-95.


Chapel Hill-Carrboro 17-Apr-95

17-Apr-95
US NC,Chapel Hill-Carrboro,Record Exchange
(4PM) - (free admittance)

Listing: Scan of listing from The Chapel Hill Herald 15-Apr-95.


Chapel Hill-Carrboro 17-Apr-95

17-Apr-95
US NC,Winston-Salem,Chapel Hill,Lizard & Snake Cafe
(evening)

Listing: Scan of listing from The Herald-Sun 14-Apr-95.


18-Apr-95
US VA,Alexandria,Birchmere


Austin 19-Apr-95

19-Apr-95
US PA,Philadelphia,Tin Angel - Open Mike Night-(free admittance)
[with Terrel and Tarabridge]

Listing: Scan of listing from The Philadelphia Inquirer 14-Apr-95.


20-Apr-95
US NY,New York City,CB's Gallery

Setlist: Ravenswood/ Don't Walk Away From Love/ A White Suit In Memphis/ All God's Children/ Forever/ Where Trouble Is Easier To Find/ Unchained Melody [Righteous Brothers]/ Western Lights.


21-Apr-95
US NY,New York City,Club Sin-é


22-Apr-95
US NY,New York City,Club Sin-é

Setlist: a.o. Like Caesar Needs A Brutus/ A White Suit In Memphis/ Someone Loves You.


Boston 23-Apr-95

23-Apr-95
US MA,Boston,T.T. The Bear's
[with Cul de Sac]

Listing: Scan of listing from The Boston Globe 21-Apr-95.


Baltimore 25-Apr-95

24-Apr-95
US MD,Baltimore,8x10 Club

25-Apr-95
US MD,Baltimore,8x10 Club

Listing: Scan of listing from CMJ Music report 01-May-95.


Boston 27-Apr-95

27-Apr-95
US NJ,Hoboken,Maxwell's
[with Julia Greenberg]

Setlist: Ravenswood/ Don't Walk Away From Love/ A White Suit In Memphis/ All God's Children/ Forever/ Where Trouble Is Easier To Find/ Unchained Melody [Righteous Brothers]/ Western Lights/ Like Caesar Needs A Brutus/ Ravenswood (reprise)/ Someone Loves You.

Listing: Scan of listing from The Courier-News 27-Apr-95.


28-Apr-95
US NY,New York City,Club Sin-é

Setlist: Ravenswood/ Don't Walk Away From Love/ A White Suit In Memphis/ All God's Children/ Forever/ Where Trouble Is Easier To Find/ Unchained Melody [Righteous Brothers]/ Western Lights/ Like Caesar Needs A Brutus.


Boston 30-Apr-95

30-Apr-95
US MA,Boston,T.T. The Bear's
[with Roger Miller and Why Fatman Why?]

Listing: Scan of listing from The Boston Globe 27-Apr-95.


Providence 01-May-95

01-May-95
US RI,Providence,Met Café

Listing: Scan of listing from The Boston Globe 27-Apr-95.


Pittsburg 03-May-95

03-May-95
US PA,Pittsburg,Rosebud

Listing: Scan of listing from Indiana Gazette 03-May-95.


Detroit 04-May-95

04-May-95
US MI,Detroit-Ferndale,Magic Bag
[with The Volebeats]

Listing: Scan of listing from Detroit Free Press 04-May-95.

Note: Matthew Smith is member of the Volebeats. In 2012, he would become member of the Detroit line-up Crime and the City Solution.


05-May-95
US OH,Columbus,Barley's Undergrounds


Chicago 07-May-95

06-May-95
US IL,Chicago,Shuba's
[with Jack Logan]

Review: Scan of review by Kevin McKeogh from Chicago Tribune 08-May-95.


Minneapolis 07-May-95

07-May-95
US MN,Minneapolis,Fine Line Music Café
[with Krystal McKay and Scott Bruce]

Listing: Scan of listing from Argus-Leader 04-May-95.


09-May-95
US CO,Denver,Mercury Lounge


Salt Lake City 07-May-95

11-May-95
US UT,Salt Lake City,Bar & Grill

Listing: Scan of listing from The Salt Lake Tribune 05-May-95.

Note: Final date on first US tour.


West Hollywood 14-May-95

14-May-95
US CA,Los Angeles-West Hollywood,Luna Park
[with The Bobs and 16 Horsepower]

Ad: Scan of ad from LA Weekly 12-May-95.


Philadelphia 24-May-95

24-May-95
US PA,Philadelphia,University of Pennsylvania
WXPN 88.5 FM - World Cafe program

Listing: Scan of listing from The Hard Report 19-May-95.

Note: Acoustic set, likely recorded on 19-Apr-95 when Simon was performing at the Tin Angel.


Line-up #3B (Los Angeles June 1995):
Simon Bonney (vocals) and Bronwyn Adams (violin/backing vocals) with
Jeremy Wakefield (pedal-steel guitar) and Matthew Smith (guitar).

Rochester 03-Jun-95

03-Jun-95
US NY,Rochester,Milestones
[support for Innocent Mission]

Listing: Scan of listing from Democrat and Chronicle 02-Jun-95.

Note: Start of second (shorter) US '95 tour, in support of other bands.


Philadelphia 04-Jun-95

04-Jun-95
US PA,Philadelphia,Tin Angel
[support for The Innocence Mission, with Karen Capaldi]

Review: Review from The Philadelphia Inquirer 06-Jun-95.


New York 07-Jun-95

07-Jun-95
US NY,New York City,CB's Gallery

Review: Review by Neil Strauss, taken from the New York Times online archives 12-Jun-95.


New York City 08-Jun-95

08-Jun-95
US NY,New York City,Tramps
[support for Black Velvet Flag, with Splendora and Utensil]

Listing: Scan of listing from The Standard-Star 08-Jun-95.


09-Jun-95
US NY,New York City,Sin-é Club

10-Jun-95
US NY,Albany,Bogies


Cambridge 11-Jun-95

11-Jun-95
US MA,Cambridge,Middle East-upstairs

Listing: Scan of listing from The Boston Globe 09-Jun-95.


14-Jun-95
US DC,Washington,15 Minutes

15-Jun-95
US OH,Cleveland,Symposium


Detroit 16-Jun-95

16-Jun-95
US MI,Detroit,7th House
[support for Melissa Ferrick]

Listing: Scan of listing from Detroit Free Press 08-Jun-95.


17-Jun-95
US IL,Chicago,Schubas Tavern

Note: End of second US tour.


Los Angeles 28-Jun-95

28-Jun-95
US CA,Los Angeles-West Hollywood,Luna Park
[with Brendan Lynch and Janet Robin]

Ad: Scan of ad from LA Weekly 23-Jun-95.


Line-up #3C (Los Angeles Oct-Dec 1995):
Simon Bonney (vocals/acoustic guitar)

Wilkes-Barre 28-Oct-95

28-Oct-95
US PA,Wilkes-Barre,Market Street Square
[with The Headspins]

Article: Scan of article from Citizens' Voice 28-Oct-95.

Note: Third and final US tour, presumably only a few (scattered) dates in the NY area only.


New York City 29-Oct-95

29-Oct-95
US NY,New York City,Mercury Lounge
[with The Volebeats and Douce Gimlet]

Listing: Scan of listing from Mount Vernon Argus 29-Oct-95.


07-Dec-95
US NY,New York City,Brownies






1996
The year in which Bonney's second -1993/94 recorded- "Everyman" album is also released in the UK
and a third album "Eye's Of Blue" is recorded, which (largely) remains unreleased to date.

Line-up #4 (Detroit 1996):
Simon Bonney (vocals)/Bronwyn Adams (violin)/ Larry Ray (guitar)/ Matthew Smith (keyboards)/ Troy Gregory (bass) and Jim White (drums).

May 1996
UK Release of the "Don't Walk Away From Love" single (Mute records).


May 1996
UK Release of the "Everyman" album (Mute records).


1996-98
US Recording sessions for the "Eyes Of Blue" album @ Tempermill Studios, Ferndale-Detroit, MI (US). With Larry Ray [Outrageous Cherry], Matthew Smith [Outrageous Cherry, Volebeats and (later) Crime & the City Solution], Troy Gregory [The Dirtbombs, Swans, Prong, Killing Joke, Spiritualized and Crime & the City Solution] and Jim White [Dirty Three, Nick Cave and (later) Crime & the City Solution]. The album remains unreleased to date.






1996-2001
The years in which Simon is working in the film industry in Los Angeles.

1996-2000. Simon Bonney is working in the film industry in Los Angeles, CA (US).
First (1996-1998) as a truck driver. He obtained his driving licence @ the El Camino trucking school in Palmdale, East LA. As a Teamster he drives 10-wheelers, presumably transporting equipment from and to film sets. Simon has done somewhat similar manual work as a roadie on Scratch Acid's European tour (December 1986/January 1987) and as lighting engineer on the Bad Seeds North American tour (Sep/Oct 1990).

Later (1998-2000) he works as (key) grip on 14 films, with a tiny acting part in one. In 2000 Simon attends a film directors course @ The American Film Institute's Center For Advanced Film & TV Studies in Los Angeles,CA (US). In December 2000 @ the Actors workshop, Simon Bonney directs students for a scene based on "A Gentle Woman" ("Une femme douce", a 1969 French drama) by Robert Bresson.

In 2001 Simon returns to Sydney, Australia (Bronwyn and the 2 children had returned the year before) to study for a degree (Master Of Fine Arts) @ the Sydney Film School.

In 2011, Simon and Alex Hacke resurrect Crime and the City Solution . They record in Detroit (@ Tempermill Studios) a new album, "American Twilight", and tour Europe, USA and Australia during 2012-2013, then end.

For the past decade Simon Bonney has been living and working in Papua New Guinea, the Marshall Islands, Bangladesh, Indonesia and now Chiang Mai (Thailand), managing government-funded anti-corruption programs. Simon continues to do consultancy work and in 2019 begins a PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) through university, about US decision-making in 1980s Afghanistan. (Simon reached 100+ pages and then decided it was, at that time, better suited to a record, which was recorded n Berlin in 2023 as "The Killer".






2019
Release of the "Past, Present, Future" compilation album and US tour with Mark Lanegan.

Line-up #5 (US/EU 2019 - present):
Simon Bonney (vocals/acoustic guitar) and Bronwyn Adams (violin/vocals).

28/30-Apr-19
US CA,Burbank,Nightingale Studios,rehearsing for upcoming tour


Laguna Beach 01-May-19

01-May-19
US CA,Laguna Beach,KX93.5 FM-radio,Mornings with Ed

Setlist: Forever/ interview with Simon and Bronwyn/ Everyman.

Photo: Credit unknown.


Long Beach 02-May-19

02-May-19
US CA,Long Beach,Fingerprints Music
in-store session

Ad: e-Advert.


03-May-19
UK/US Release of the "Past, Present, Future" compilation album (Mute records).


US May 2019

05-May-19
US TN,Nashville,Mercy Lounge
[support for Mark Lanegan Band]

Ad: e-Advert for tour.


Chicago 07-May-19

07-May-19
US IL,Chicago,Bottom Lounge
[support for Mark Lanegan Band]

Photo: Photo credit Jordan Mainzer.


Detroit 08-May-19

08-May-19
US MI,Detroit,The Shelter
[support for Mark Lanegan Band]

Listing: Listing from Detroit Free Press 05-May-19.


08-May-19
US MI,Grand Rapids,WYCE-88.1FM Radio,session

Setlist: Forever.


Baltimore 11-May-19

11-May-19
US MD,Baltimore,Ottobar
[support for Mark Lanegan Band]

Setlist: Everyman: Where It Was Begun/ Forever/ Where Trouble Is Easier To Find/ Everyman:Eve/ Time Machine [Bronwyn Bonney]/ All God’s Children/ A White Suit In Memphis.

Photo: Credit Matt Condon @ Concertaddicts.com

Ad: e-Advert.


Boston 13-May-19

13-May-19
US MA,Cambridge,The Sinclair
[support for Mark Lanegan Band]

Listing: Listing from The Boston Globe 12-May-19.


New York-Brooklyn 14-May-19

14-May-19
US NY,New York-Brooklyn,Warsaw
[support for Mark Lanegan Band]

Photo: Credit P Squared (brooklynvegan.com).


Asbury Park 15-May-19

15-May-19
US PA,Philadelphia,Underground Arts
[support for Mark Lanegan Band]

Ad: e-Advert.


Asbury Park 16-May-19

16-May-19
US NJ,Asbury Park,The Stone Pony
[support for Mark Lanegan Band]

Ad: e-Advert.


Jersey City 17-May-19

18-May-19
US NJ,Jersey City,WFMU FM-radio,Todd-o-Phonic Todd,session

Setlist: Forever/ Everyman: Where It Was Begun/ Everyman:Eve/ A White Suit In Memphis/ interview with Simon and Bronwyn.

Photo:: Credit unknown.

Note: Recorded on 17-May-19.


Spain October 2019

24-Oct-19
ES Santiago de Compostela,Sala Capitol
[support for Mark Lanegan Band]

25-Oct-19
ES Elche,Aparcamiento Gran Teatro
[support for Mark Lanegan Band]

26-Oct-19
ES Valencia,Ram Club
[support for Mark Lanegan Band]

Ad: e-Advert.


Murcia 24-Oct-19

27-Oct-19
ES Murcia,Sala Rem
[support for Mark Lanegan Band]

Setlist: (A.o.) All God's Children/.. and more..

Photo: Screen capture from private video.

Ad: e-Advert.


Barcelona 28-Oct-19

28-Oct-19
ES Barcelona,Sala Apolo
[support for Mark Lanegan Band]

Photo: Credit Ray Molinari.


Lisboa 30-Oct-19

30-Oct-19
PT Lisboa,Lisboa Ao Vivo
[support for Mark Lanegan Band]

Photo: Credit Filipa Nunes.

Ad: e-Advert.


Porto 31-Oct-19

31-Oct-19
PT Porto,Hard Club
[support for Mark Lanegan Band]

Photo: Credit Helena Granjo.


La Rochelle 03-Nov-19

03-Nov-19
FR La Rochelle,La Sirene
[support for Mark Lanegan Band]

Ad: e-Advert.


Angers 04-Nov-19

04-Nov-19
FR Angers,La Chabada
[support for Mark Lanegan Band]

Photo: Credit Arnaud Gaudin.


Rouen 05-Nov-19

05-Nov-19
FR Rouen,Le 106 TV
interview for Lomax Radio

Photo: Screen capture from broadcast.


Rouen 05-Nov-19

05-Nov-19
FR Rouen,Le 106
[support for Mark Lanagan Band]

Photo: Credit Jean Sebastien Maur.


Lille 06-Nov-19

06-Nov-19
FR Lille,L'Aeronef
[support for Mark Lanagan Band]

Photo: Credit Nicolas Fournier.


Amsterdam 07-Nov-19

07-Nov-19
NL Amsterdam,Melkweg-Zaal Max
[support for Mark Lanagan band]

Setlist: (A.o.) Forever/ Everyman/ and more ..

Photo: Screen capture from private video.


February 2020
AU Recording new album.



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