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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

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Years Active: 1998–present

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club is a rock band from San Francisco, United States. The band formed in 1998. Influences include The Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Verve, The Rolling Stones, Oasis, T. Rex, The Velvet Underground, Love and Rockets, Daniel Ash, and The Jesus and Mary Chain.

The band's second album 'Take Them On, On Your Own' featured several songs ('Generation' and 'US Government') which were critical of the United States' foreign policy and George Bush in particular. After conflict with their label (Virgin Records), the band was dropped in 2004.

Nick Jago left the band at the end of their summer tour in the same year due to "internal conflict". Following Jago's departure Peter Hayes and Robert Levon Been regrouped and recorded the band's third album.

With their third record Howl, they added blues, folk and gospel, a la Spiritualized.In 2005 the band inked a new deal with Echo in the UK, and RCA in the US. Nick Jago also returned to the fold. The band's third album "Howl" was released that same year to widespread critical acclaim.

Jago returned after most of the album was recorded but played on "Promise"."Baby 81" the band's fourth album was released on May 1st, 2007. In June 2008 Nick Jago once again left the touring line-up of the band being replaced by The Raveonettes' touring drummer Leah Shapiro.

Nick stated that "…I am fired again and to be honest with you I respect their decision". However Hayes and Been released a conflicting joint statement that read "Nick won't be joining us for the upcoming European tour, but it's not true that he is fired.

We just feel Nick needs time to sort out exactly what he wants right now. His heart and all his energy and attention is on his own solo project and he needs to see that through". Current:On January 9, 2013, the band announced via Facebook the name of their seventh album called Specter at the Feast which was released on March 18 in the UK and Europe and on March 19 in USA, Canada and worldwide.

It is considered a tribute to Michael Been (The Call), Robert Levon Been's father who died suddenly on tour with BRMC in August 2010. It received mostly positive reviews; many critics noting that despite the band having been together for some time the album showed a mellower and moodier side with songs such as opener `Firewalker'.

The band made the first single from the record available, a cover of The Call's 1989 hit "Let the Day Begin", for free download on their official website. The decision to record the song was a tribute to Robert's father Michael, who used his experience from The Call to help BRMC before his death in the last couple of years.

The single became Q Magazine's track of the day. The band have also released the Let the Day Begin EP for free, consisting of the single and the album track "Returning", made available for streaming on the official website.

On April 8, 2013 it was announced that the band would play at Rock Werchter, the largest rock festival in Belgium.The band continues to show a willingness to tour despite the obstacles. During the 2013 tour, the organisers of the Harvest festival in Australia decided to abandon the multi-city event, of which BRMC were one of the lead acts, only a few months ahead of the performances.

BRMC was the first band to announce it would still visit the country and play its own shows. Many shows on the 2013/2014 tour have sold out.BRMC's music/songs have been featured in many films, television programs and video games.

Visit for tour/CD and merchandise info. Discography:2001 - B.R.M.C.2001 - Screaming Gun (EP) 2002 - Spread Your Love (EP)2003 - Take Them On, On Your Own2005 - Howl2006 - Howl Sessions Vol.

1 (EP)2006 - Howl Sessions Vol. 2 (EP)2007 - Baby 812007 - Napster Live Session (EP)2007 - American X: Baby 81 Sessions (EP)2008 - The Effects Of 333 (Download)2010 - Beat the Devil's Tattoo2013 - Specter At The Feast

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club performs alternative, alternative rock, indie, indie rock, rock music and can be booked for (private) corporate events, personal appearances, or other music performances. The estimated booking fee range to book Black Rebel Motorcycle Club for your event is $40,000 - $75,000. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club has more than 1.2M listeners worldwide and really knows how to entertain your audience. Similar artists are  The Black Angels, Band of Skulls, The Morning After Girls, The Kills, The Dandy Warhols, The Warlocks, The Raveonettes, The Vines, Blood Red Shoes, Kasabian, The Duke Spirit, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Eagles of Death Metal, The Dead Weather . Contact AAE Music agency for ratings, reviews, videos and information on scheduling Black Rebel Motorcycle Club for an upcoming event.

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