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R. L. Burnside - Later Life and Career
... In the mid 1990s, Burnside attracted the attention of Jon Spencer, the leader of the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, touring and recording with this group and gaining a new audience in the process ... Burnside's 1996 album A Ass Pocket of Whiskey (recorded with Jon Spencer) gained critical acclaim, earning praise from Bono and Iggy Pop ...
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - Other Work / Guest Appearances - Jon Spencer
... Jon Spencer has released some solo material in addition to being a core member of Shithaus, Pussy Galore, Boss Hog, Spencer Dickinson, Solex vs ...
Boss Hog - History
... Jon Spencer and Cristina Martinez first met in 1985 at a gig by The Jesus and Mary Chain in Washington, D.C ... Spencer had already formed the seminal noise-rock band Pussy Galore, which soon moved from D.C ... to New York, accompanied by Martinez, mainly due to her romantic interest in Spencer, although she also enrolled in a film course at New York University ...
Boss Hog
... blues band including the husband and wife duo of Jon Spencer (guitar) and Cristina Martinez (vocals) along with Jens Jurgensen (bass), Hollis Queens (drums) and Mark Boyce (keyboard) ... Jon Spencer's other bands include Pussy Galore, of which Martinez became a peripheral member, and The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion which existed in parallel to Boss Hog ...
Mike Edison - Music
... In addition, Edison has worked closely with the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion as their "Minister of Information," writing the band’s press releases, industry propaganda, and fan communiqués ... Edison wrote the extensive liner notes for a series of seven deluxe reissues by the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, including the 2010 compilation Dirty Shirt Rock 'n' Roll The First Ten Years ... Jon Spencer has also played on and produced recordings by the Edison Rocket Train ...

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