The San Francisco-born, New York-based Billy Nayer Present formed in 1992 with singer/songwriter/electric autoharpist Cory McAbee, drummer Bobby Lurie, guitarist Yuri Gragonovitch, and bass player Lee Vilensky. Their initial gig was starting for the Group Jerks, where they discovered themselves protected in individual phlegm (not really their very own) because the PA program caught burning. They released their self-titled debut record in 1994, that was accompanied by The Ketchup & Mustard Guy (also 1994), a stream-of-consciousness-type radio present. In 1998 an extraordinary list of guitarists (including Marc Ribot and Adam Levy) changed Gragonovitch, as well as the music group released The Villain That Like Built, referred to as their “most sinister and mean-spirited record.” Inspired with the band’s new lease of life over the East Coastline, the Billy Nayer Display released Go back to Brigadoon (1999) with Michael Silverman changing Vilensky and Adam Beaudreau coming up to speed as guitarist. In 2001, the band’s feature-length film, an area Traditional western musical entitled The American Astronaut, debuted on the Sundance Film Celebration. Written, aimed, and made by the Billy Nayer Present, the film also superstars the music group and features the group’s primary soundtrack. The American Astronaut has truly gone on to earn numerous honours and take part in every main international film celebration. The DVD discharge is defined for early 2005. Another record discharge was 2003’s Goodbye Straplight Sarentino, I’LL Miss You (using the music group now offering Frank Swart on bass). Beaudreau’s place was loaded by guitarists Crugie and Alessandro Ricciarelli for the discharge of Rabbit in 2004, even though music group continued touring being a trio of McAbee, Lurie, and Swart.
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|Crazy and Thief||2012|
|The American Astronaut||2001|
|The American Astronaut||2001||performer: "The American Astronaut", "Ceres", "The Incubator", "Hey Boy", "Love Smiles", "Sand Man", "A", "Baby in the Jar", "Party", "Like Nothing Ever Heard", "Silver Miners", "The Girl with the Vagina Made of Glass"|
|Glory Daze||1995||performer: "Baby"|
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