Aug 8 2009 Cambridge Rock Festival, 6pm Haggis Farm Polo Club, Cambridge Road, Barton, Cambridge CB3 7AT
Aug 27 2009 The Stables Theatre Stockwell Lane, Wavendon, Milton Keynes, Midlands MK17 8LU
Tel:01908 280814 www.stables.org
Aug 29 2009 Colne Blues Festival, 3pm Colne Lancashire
Aug 31 2009 Southsea Folk and Roots Festival, 8pm Southsea Portsmouth Hampshire
Sept 25-27 Malta TBC
Nov 19 2009 The Dilmun Club in Saar, Bahrain
Nov 20 2009 Upstairs Downstairs, Adliya, Bahrain
Monday, June 8, 2009
WARNER MUSIC CANADA TO RELEASE “LOVE LIES” SINGLE FROM DEBORAH BONHAM, SISTER OF LEGENDARY LED ZEPPELIN DRUMMER
For immediate release
Warner Music Canada will be servicing the Deborah Bonham single “Love Lies” to radio stations across Canada today, Tuesday, June 2, 2009. The song is taken from the British-rock singer-songwriter’s North American debut album Duchess. The album is currently available in Canada.
With thirteen soulful songs (twelve of which were written by Deborah), Duchess was co-produced by Deborah and Glen Skinner and features her ace band, made up of former Humble Pie drummer Jerry Shirley, bassist Ian Rowley, keyboardist Gerard Louis and guitarist Peter Bullick.
Former Free and Bad Company vocalist Paul Rodgers and John Bonham’s son Jason Bonham (a noted drummer in his own right) are heard on the stand-out track “Hold On” while other highlights include the bluesy “Pretty Thing,” “Duchess & the Shufflemeister,” the ballad “Love You So,” the folk-flavored “Chains” and the country-tinged “Blue” (the latter with veteran pedal steel ace BJ Cole). Also featured is “The Old Hyde Revisited,” a new, live-in-the-studio version of the title track from Bonham's '04 U.K. album The Old Hyde. The song is a moving tribute to her father John Henry Bonham, Sr. and brothers John and Michael, who all passed away within years of each other.
Deborah Bonham first got the urge to perform when she was six years old and saw her brother in concert with Led Zeppelin. After his untimely death in 1980, she set out to cultivate her own branch of the Bonham family tree's musical heritage. Her U.K. debut For You And The Moon was critically praised, and a second album, The Old Hyde, followed. With Duchess, Bonham claims her standing as rock royalty, and comes into her own as an artist.
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