CHEAP TRICK Drummer BUN E. CARLOS To Release 'Greetings From Bunezuela!' In June
CHEAP TRICK drummer and 2016 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductee Bun E. Carlos will release his new solo album, "Greetings From Bunezuela!", on June 24 via Entertainment One Music (eOne Music). The collection features 13 rock songs, 10 of which are covers, including "Armenia in The Sky" (THE WHO), "Idea" (THE BEE GEES), plus other soon-to-be-former obscurities.
Carlos is the drummer for the legendary rock band CHEAP TRICK, drumming on countless hits like "I Want You To Want Me", "Surrender", "Dream Police" and "If You Want My Love".
"Greetings From Bunezuela!" features Robert Pollard (GUIDED BY VOICES), Xeno (original CHEAP TRICK vocalist), Hanson, Alejandro Escovedo, Dave Pirner (SOUL ASYLUM), John Stirratt (WILCO), Nicholas Tremulis, Alex Dezen (DAMNWELLS), Rick Rizzo (ELEVENTH DREAM DAY), and members of CANDY GOLDE and the MONDAY NIGHT BAND.
The first single, "Do Something Real", features Robert Pollard on vocals, and is a remake of a solo Pollard song that was released in 1999. Check it out at this location.
In 2009, Bun E. Carlos joined TINTED WINDOWS with HANSON singer Taylor Hanson, former SMASHING PUMPKINS guitarist James Iha, and FOUNTAINS OF WAYNE bassist Adam Schlesinger. The critically acclaimed power-pop band released an eponymous record and played several shows.
In 2011, Bun E. Carlos joined CANDY GOLDE with Nicholas Tremulis, John Stirratt (WILCO), Rick Rizzo, (ELEVENTH DREAM DAY), and Mark Greenburg (THE COCTAILS). CANDY GOLDE released a five-song EP, 10" record, debuted at SXSW, and still record and perform, though sporadically.
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