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Wednesday, 03 June 2009 06:18

Eugene Chadbourne 6/3/09

Eugene Chadbourne 6/3/09 Sara Finke
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  • Date Recorded: June 3, 2009
  • Artist / Band: Eugene Chadbourne
  • Hosting Show: Uncontrollable Urge
  • Sound: Andy Coco

A true renaissance man of experimental music, Eugene Chadbourne has been challenging convention, provoking audiences and transcending genres for over three decades. He joined Uncontrollable Urge for an exclusive live performance.

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Since his first album, Volume One Solo Acoustic Guitar, in 1975, Chadbourne has been feverishly productive, releasing countless studio and live recordings, all exploring different instruments and musical concepts (from folk to bluegrass to jazz to skronk and beyond). He is best known for his witty, satirical compositions, radical banjo work, the invention of the electric rake, and for his extensive collaborations with the likes of John Zorn, Fred Frith, Carla Bley, Jello Biafra and Sun City Girls. He has also been a regular reviewer for Maximum RocknRoll and the All Music Guide. Chadbourne performed at the Schlafly Tap Room on June 4, 2009.

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