November 06, 2019
NO OTHER - A SPECIAL EVENING CELEBRATING GENE CLARK
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Gene Clark fans in the London area will have a chance to celebrate the release ofNo Otherin a special way:
"To coincide with the much anticipated reissue of Gene Clark’s cult classic 1974 album No Other, 4AD are thrilled to celebrate the release at Everyman Kings Cross on 6th November."
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January 15, 2019
'Clouds and Dreams' The Music of Gene Clark coming to Mystery Train Radio
A 2-hour special hosted by @Neon_Brambles
From Mystery Train Radio:
"We are thrilled guest presenter, podcaster and archivist Indigo Mariana (@neon_brambles on Twitter) has agreed to host a special 2 hour program focusing on the music of Gene Clark, Gene famed for his work in The Byrds, Dillard & Clark and The New Christy Minstrels. Gene went on to release a number of superb solo albums too, including the seminal 1974 LP ‘No Other’. Perhaps though, it’s his pioneering work within American band The Byrds that is most well known. Gene was The Byrds main songwriter between 1964 and early 1966 penning such classics as ‘I’ll Feel A Whole Lot Better’, ‘Set You Free This Time’ and ‘She Don’t Care About Time’. Although commercial solo success alluded him, Gene’s incredible gift for songwriting has rightly earned him legions of fans. Neon Brambles will showcase the many sides of Gene Clark’s music Tuesday 15/01 at 10PM in a program called ‘Clouds and Dreams’. Check out the Gene Clark website by seeing www.gene-clark.com"
November 17, 2018
Gene Clark Retrospective Coming to Laurel Canyon Radio November 17
A 3-hour special on the music of Gene Clark!
"We are excited to have guest podcaster and archivist Indigo Mariana @Neon_Brambles bring her curation skills and love of music to Laurel Canyon Radio for a retrospective of the great Gene Clark (of The Byrds, Dillard & Clark, The New Christy Minstrels). On the week of what would have been Mr. Clark’s 74th birthday, we’ll have a reverential tribute to this extraordinarily talented pioneer of the country-rock and Laurel Canyon Sound."