Mike rimbaud - funeral lover - Mike Rimbaud - Wikipedia

Starting his career by performing in the bars and clubs of New York City, Mike Rimbaud signed a French record label in the early '90's. His debut album "Mutiny in the Subway" was recorded in Manhattan at Baby Monster Studios with minimalist production of bass, guitar and percussion. Often compared to Elvis Costello and Bruce Springsteen, he recorded his second album "Funeral Lover" in New York (Baby Monster Studios… read more

2003 saw the release of Light of Day a tribute to Bruce Springsteen, with Rimbaud's rockabilly inspired rendition of Atlantic City. He also performed at the Stone Pony with other artists to help promote the CD. Between 2004 and 2008 Rimbaud continued to record and perform with his band The Subway Sun, this coincides with shows of his paintings, a series of over 50 portraits of Lower East Siders, portraits of American, French and Haitian Revolutionaries and paintings from Brazil.

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