Jinder ~ Peter James Millson ~ Rich Atkinson & The New Billionaires Hosted by Rock Regeneration
JINDER is a songwriter, storyteller and international touring musician based in the UK's pastoral Westcountry. Best known for his 2019 top 40 singles 'Overthinkers Anonymous' and 'Keep Me In Your Heart' STRICTLY OVER 18'S
Time & Location
22 Oct 2022, 19:00
Bournemouth, 14a Commercial Rd, Bournemouth BH2 5RT, UK
About the Event
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2020 saw the release of critically acclaimed eleventh album 'The Silver Age' in February. Titled after the seminal epoch of Russian poetry, 'The Silver Age' is a landmark album, filled with sweepingly beautiful arrangements and lush orchestration, carrying Jinder's trademark ruminative narratives to the emotional shores of the listener on a dark wave of joy and, by turns, pain.
Sadly, due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the extensive UK, Europe and US tour booked to promote ‘The Silver Age’ was subject to blanket cancellation, so Jinder and producer Pete Millson returned to the studio during lockdown, recording the ten powerful and deeply felt new songs that form ‘Almanac for the Failing Days’, Jinder’s second new album of the year, released in August 2020, less than six months after ‘The Silver Age’.
Written whilst Jinder was recovering from a battle with Covid-19, ‘Almanac for the Failing Days’ is a profound examination of the human spirit in extremis, and quite possibly his finest work to date.
Rich Atkinson is a Narrative Americana singer/song writer from the Southwest of England. Story songs with a jazz influence and a lyrical twist are Rich’s speciality, in the style of Tom Waits, Randy Newman and the acoustic side of Springsteen.
“Who would I describe Narrative Americana artist? People like Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, Neil Young, Leonard Cohan, Bruce Springsteen etc.”
“I dig lyrics! whilst I am a singer and a musician, I really see myself as the narrator of a story and I kinda know when I’ve done my job when somebody wants to talk to me about a line in a song or the audience get a gag in the lyrics.”
Rich is joined by Richard Quintin on Tenor saxophone, currently the only permanent member of ‘The New Billionaires’.
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