November 14 – On This Day!

1992: The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – Bogart’s, Long Beach, CA, US
w/ Jesus Lizard and Dolomite

“The next night in Long Beach was pretty great, Sandra didn’t have to lay a finger on anybody. Now that I’m older, there is something to be said for Over-21 shows. Both of these shows featured a lot of new songs, which is cool; but I wanted to hear A Reverse Willie Horton in its entirety! I decided that Son of Sam was the best song that Jon’s ever done and I wondered when it would come out.” – Alright #2

Photos: Rick Shipley

1993: The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – Threadwaxing Factory, New York City, NY, US
w/ Trip Hammer, Railroad Jerk and War Comets
Photo / Flyer Image: Skeleton Boy

1998: The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – Kulturbolaget, Malmö, Sweden
w/ Andre Williams and The Countdowns

2005: Coldcut – Everything Is Under Control – released in the UK
Features Jon Spencer on guitar and vocals.

2006: Spencer Dickinson – Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro, NC

2007: Heavy Trash – Cafe du Nord, San Francisco, CA, US

2009: Harper Simon (with Russell Simins) – Headliners Music Hall, Louisville, KY, US

2009: Heavy Trash – Cowboy Monkey, Champaign, IL, US

2011: The Experimental Tropic Blues Band – Liquid Love – released in Belgium
Recorded with Jon Spencer & Matt Verta-Ray at NYHed / Produced and Mixed by Jon Spencer
In-Studio Photos: Olivier Donnet

2012: The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – The Biltmore Cabaret, Vancouver, Canada
w/ Quasi
Poster / Ticket Image: Thanks to Mizue

2017: Laboratory of The Self (Elizabeth Rossa / Johnny Rossa / Meredith Meyer / Judah Bauer) – Salon 94, New York City, NY, US
the band were surrounded by Max Lamb’s installation, “Boulders”.
Image: Screenshots taken from a 46 minute live video posted on Facebook.com by Johnny Rossa.
Live Photo: via Meredith Meyer (https://www.instagram.com/p/BbncQGcgmPZ/)

2019: Jon Spencer & The HITmakers – Loppen, Copenhagen, Denmark
Live Photo: Phill Cresswell (https://instagram.com/crock_sparrer/)
HITmakers show #125

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