Wed 25.10.2017

HOMEMADE SIN (Feat Joe Blanton)

Achtung - Dan selbst ist leider erkrankt (Bitte Weiter "Blättern")

Einlasszeit: 19:00

Konzertbeginn: 20:00

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But “The Show must Go on”

Konzert  findet ohne Dan statt.

Bereits gekaufte Tickets behalten selbstverständlich ihre Gültigkeit oder können an der Vorverkaufsstelle zurückgegeben werden, an der sie erworben wurden.

A statement from Dan
Hi Gang,leider werde ich nicht dabei sein
I have to take the rest of the year off to remove My  blood cancer (CLL).
Treatment and recovery will hopefully be concluded by the new year. Can’t say for certain exactly when, but that’s the first extra broad stroke diagnosis. I want this crap gone ASAP. Very doable, but I have to commit the time to do the treatment.
Promise to let y’all know when it’s done.
That brings us to Homemade Sin and at least the rest of this year’s shows. I’ve stated before that HMS is a working band, and we have work this fall, although I can’t be there. Warner and Mauro will be, as well as Sean Savacool on bass while Micke navigates his own family/personal waters.
I’ve asked Joe Blanton my good friend, songwriting partner, fellow bandmate (the Bluefields), Homemade Sin’s engineer and producer to step in and give a hand in helping the band fulfill the dates we have on the books.
I’ll ask 2 favors of those wondering if this will work.
1 – Give Joe a shot at being himself while doing the shit I usually do on the stage. He’s his own man, but has a more than healthy respect for our/my catalogue past and present.
2 – Please don’t expect me to sing as on pitch as he does when I do come back. Ain’t gonna happen.

September dates in the US and mid October through mid November in Europe and the U.K.

Please Support a working band so I have one when I get right again.!!!

 

Homemade Sin

The Georgia Satellites were one of the most ferocious bands of the 80″s. What set them apart from the other 100,000 bands who cranked their amps up to eleven was that their wild riffs and tanked up cries came from a band who, from the start, understood it”s place in the rock tradition and fought hard to solidify it with each recording.

The story starts in the early 80″s at Hedgen”s, a “country club for the spiritually impoverished and emotionally destitute” as chief songwriter Dan Baird would later identify it. Bassist Keith Christopher, drummer Mauro Magellan and guitarists Dan Baird and Rick Richards were all playing on the Atlanta circuit in various bar bands such as The Hellhounds, The Brains and The Woodpeckers. These bands would gradually morph into the original Georgia Satellites, who signed to same the same management company as country-rock pioneers, Jason & The Scorchers, more of whom later.

#1 fan and road manager Kevin Jennings, sold an EP of early Satellites records to an independent UK record label, Making Waves, who released them as the Keep The Faith ep. The ep provoked an extraordinary response from the UK music press, which, in turn, woke up the previously indifferent US music industry. Elektra records quickly signed them and their first single, Keep Your Hands To Yourself, became a runaway hit. It reached #2 on the singles chart and their eponymous debut album reached the same position on the album charts. Both album and single only being kept off their respective #1 slots by Bon Jovi”s Slippery When Wet and Livin” On A Prayer. A second hit single, Battleship Chains consolidated their success.

Where the Satellites really earned their reputation though, was with their live shows. All those years of three sets a night, paid dividends laid waste to audiences across the States and particular, Europe, which took the band to it”s collective heart, a love affair that continues to this day.

Two more Elekra LP”s, Open All Night and the remarkable In The Land Of Salvation And Sin, plus a cover of The Singing Blue Jeans, Hippy Hippy Shake, on the Tom Cruise movie soundtrack, Cocktail followed, but by the early 90″s, all those years of incessant touring had taken their toll and the band split. Dan Baird went on to a successful solo career with Rick Rubin”s Def American, scoring major hits with the album Love Songs From The Hearing Impaired and the single I Love You Period. A second LP, the critically acclaimed Buffalo Nickel followed and Dan also developed as a career as a highly sought after producer.

The rhythm section on both solo albums were Keith Christopher (bass) and former Georgia Satellites drummer Mauro Magellan, the duo responsible for a large part of Dan”s trademark sound.

Jump to 2007 and the band was completed by Jason And The Scorchers founder member and guitarist extraordinaire, Warner E. Hodges. The quartet released their debut album in 2008, championed by Alan Jones (Uncut), Scott Rowley (Classic Rock) and Bob Harris.

The band appeared at the Sweden Rock festival in 2009 and Hard Rock Hell in 2011 and 2012. In 2012 they headlined the prestigious Kilkenny Festival in Ireland. They have established an annual series of concerts in London that attract fans from all around the world.

In 2013, Circus Life, the long awaited follow up to the debut album, was released and attracted great reviews across Europe. The album was also their first CD to get a full USA release and their first album to album to appear as a vinyl release.

2014 saw long term bassist Keith Christopher replaced by ex Bonafide man Micke Nilsson as their touring schedule stepped up, seeing shows in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Spain, Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands, Ireland, UK and USA.