Thursday, December 18, 2003

Lower East Side vet Mike Rimbaud took the name of his new band from a set of cute cartoon signs that reminded '50s commuters not to smoke or spit. But it's that dingy, subterranean, through-the-grate kind of glow that informs his scruffy-voiced rock songs, invoking '70s Costello and Springsteen along with an improbable hint of Brazil, the Baiana guitar (a surfy-sounding electrified acoustic). (Kamenetz) Village Voice.

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Monday, September 8, 2003

I do a rockin' cover of Bruce Springsteen's "Atlantic City" on the new Bruce tribute CD, "Light of Day" " New folk singers (Mike Rimbaud), old rock singers (Dion), and representatives of the new wave era (Elvis Costello, Graham Parker), neo-country (Joe Ely, Rosie Flores) and so forth bring their own perspectives to Mr. Springsteen's best songs." BEN RATLIFF New York Times, December, 5, 2003

Playing at The Light of Day benefit concert at the Stone Pony was a real blast!

Sunday, April 6, 2003

Lots of MP3's of my tunes on this site from all 5 of my CD's, give a listen to "You Make Love like War"

Go to "Funeral Lover" CD page in the discography.