Wed, 13 December 2017
One of progressive music's true Renaissance men, singer and multi-instrumentalist Francis Dunnery will resist any attempt you or anyone else makes to classify him. Having begun his musical career in the eighties with pop-proggers It Bites, Dunnery has done much in the years since he left the band, including moving from the UK to the US and exploring all sorts of genres and endeavors within and outside of the music business. His most recent album Vampires is a collection of re-recorded It Bites tunes, and he'll be performing a few concerts from the 20th to the 22nd of January 2017. In this interview, he talks with host Mark Ashby about wanting to clear the mental clutter of the past, how his in-house concerts evolved and what you can expect if you attend one, and why he chose not to "wear the clown shoes" in his career. Find him online at www.francisdunnery.com.
"Old Man and the Angel"
"Once Around the World"
"Calling All the Heroes"
"Underneath Your Pillow"
"Screaming on the Beaches"
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Originally posted 14 Jan 2017
Direct download: Progtopia_105_Once_Around_the_World_with_Francis_Dunnery.mp3
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