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[Magazine] The Big Takeover #86 (Spring 2020)

The Big Takeover #86 (Spring 2020) Special 40th Anniversary Issue 
Live Reviews: Tribute to the White Album (Micky Dolenz, Todd Rundgren, Christopher Cross, Joey Molland, Jason Scheff) 
The Big Takeover #86 (Spring 2020) 
The Big Takeover #86 (Spring 2020)


Joey Molland / Be True To Yourself (October 16, 2020)

Joey Molland / Be True To Yourself 
2020/10/16   CD   Omnivore Recordings:OVCD-402 
  01. This Time 
  02. Better Tomorrow 
  03. Rainy Day Man 
  04. Heaven 
  05. All I Want To Do 
  06. I Don't Wanna Be Done With You 
  07. All I Do Is Cry 
  08. Loving You 
  09. Shine 
  10. Be True To Yourself 


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Joey Molland - Be True To Yourself 02
Joey Molland - Be True To Yourself 03
 New album by Badfinger's Joey Molland features guest spots by Julian Lennon, Mickey Dolenz, production by Mark Hudson 

 Joey Molland of Badfinger readies first new album in nearly a decade; 'Be True to Yourself' coming October 16, 2020 

 Contains the singles "Rainy Day Man" & "Better Tomorrow". New song "Shine" written by Joey Molland, Pete Ham & Mark Hudson. 


Joey Molland's first album of new material in nearly 10 years. Contains the singles "Rainy Day Man" & "Better Tomorrow". New song "Shine" written by Joey Molland, Pete Ham & Mark Hudson. Produced by Mark Hudson (Nilsson, Aerosmith, Ozzy Osborne)The story of Badfinger is arguably rock's saddest and most tragic tale. But one thing is for certain, the group that practically invented "power pop" was abundantly filled with great talent. Three great songwriters in one band was reminiscent of the group's original label founders, The Beatles. Perhaps the most unheralded of the three in Badfinger was Liverpudlian guitarist Joey Molland. His songwriting talent started to blossom with the group's finest album, 1971's Straight Up. Molland contributed five songs to the group's fourth platter including "I'd Die Babe", "Sweet Tuesday Morning" and "Suitcase". Joey continued to play and write as Badfinger motored through the 70s recording and touring. Great albums (Wish You Were Here) were met with record company and personal mismanagement and in 1975, the group's leader, Pete Ham, tragically passed away. Molland eventually left the group, returned, and left again to start his own solo careerJoey has played in various groups and under the name "Joey Molland's Badfinger" since 1983. He has made several solo albums to critical acclaim but nothing could have prepared us for his latest album. Omnivore Recordings is proud to announce the release of Be True To Yourself, a tour de force pop album by Joey Molland, co-written with producer Mark Hudson (producer of last year's Losst And Founnd by Harry Nilsson, also available on Omnivore Recordings). The album is filled with delicious pop hooks and features musical contributions from Joey's friends (Julian Lennon, Micky Dolenz, Jason Scheff and Steve Holley). The album also includes an original song written by Pete Ham and Joey, finished by Mark Hudson in 2020. With front and back cover photography by Julian Lennon, this album is a veritable feast for the eyes and ears!! So, sit 
Micky Dolenz popped in and sang on Joey's great new track, "Shine." Here he is pictured with Joey and album producer Mark Hudson. (November 2019) 
Micky Dolenz, Joey, Mark Hudson (November 2019)

 Joey Molland / Be True To Yourself (2020年9月→10月16日発売予定) 


[It was 50 Years Today] Ridgefield Playhouse, Ridgefield, CT (October 8, 2019)

Ridgefield Playhouse, Ridgefield, CT (October 8, 2019) 
Ridgefield Playhouse, Ridgefield, CT (October 8, 2019)

Recorded on October 8, 2019 at the Ridgefield Playhouse in Ridgefield, CT. Featuring Todd Rundgren, Christopher Cross, Micky Dolenz (The Monkees), Jason Scheff (Chicago) and Joey Molland (Badfinger). With Joey Curatolo - guitar, keyboards, vocals, Wayne Avers - guitar, Darin Murphy - drums, vocals, Gil Assayas - keyboards. Setlist: Set 1: 0:03 Revolution 9 (recorded) 0:29 Back in the U.S.S.R. 3:05 Dear Prudence 7:02 Everybody's Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey 10:09 Martha My Dear 12:38 Savoy Truffle 16:51 I'm a Believer 20:44 Pleasant Valley Sunday 24:41 Baby Blue 28:28 No Matter What 31:43 Hard to Say I'm Sorry 37:09 25 or 6 to 4 41:56 I Saw the Light 44:58 Hello It's Me 50:46 Sailing 57:06 Ride Like the Wind 1:02:26 Honey Pie 1:05:39 Why Don't We Do It in the Road? 1:07:25 While My Guitar Gently Weeps Set 2: 1:12:40 Blackbird 1:15:00 I Will 1:16:48 Julia 1:19:42 Mother Nature's Son 1:22:50 Rocky Raccoon 1:26:36 Revolution 1 1:30:31 Sexy Sadie 1:33:39 I'm So Tired 1:35:45 Happiness Is a Warm Gun 1:38:53 The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill 1:41:47 Piggies 1:43:56 Glass Onion 1:46:00 Helter Skelter 1:50:08 Birthday Encore: 1:53:19 Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da 1:57:15 Good Night (recorded)
 Joey Molland / It was Fifty Years Ago Today - Tour 2019 

[It was 50 Years Today] Akron Civic Theatre, Akron, OH (September 28, 2019)

Akron Civic Theatre, Akron, OH (September 28, 2019) 
Joey Molland September 28, 2019
Joey Molland - Savoy Truffle 

Joey Molland - Revolution 1 

 Joey Molland / It was Fifty Years Ago Today - Tour 2019 


White Album Tribute Set list (September 21, 2019)

09/21 Atlantic City, NJ @ Golden Nugget 

The Showroom, Golden Nugget Casino Atlantic City (September 21, 2019) 
A Tribute To The Beatles White Album feat. Rundgren, Cross, Dolenz, Scheff and Molland Setlist 


Joey Molland 
02. Dear Prudence 
08. Baby Blue 
09. No Matter What 
16. Savoy Truffle 
 Monkees/Badfinger/Nazz Supergroup Gets Back to '68 by Touring Beatles' "White Album" 


Monkees/Badfinger/Nazz Supergroup Gets Back to '68 by Touring Beatles' "White Album"

Monkees/Badfinger/Nazz Supergroup Gets Back to '68 by Touring Beatles' "White Album" 
Micky Dolenz, Todd Rundgren and Badfinger's Joey Molland answer the musical question: "White" don't we do it on the road? 
   by A.D. AMOROSI 

The 50th anniversary re-release of 1969's "Abbey Road" may be just days away, but that doesn't mean Beatles fans have been there and done that when it comes to celebrating '68. Todd Rundgren, the Monkees' Mickey Dolenz, Badfinger's Joey Molland and several other name musicians of a certain vintage are teaming up to go out on tour playing one of the Fab Four's most controversial projects, the two-LP, four-sided White Album. 
Joey Molland, currently recording a new album with producer Mark Hudson and a Kickstarter to help fund it, became part of Badfinger in 1969 and “missed the White Album by a hair,” he says, with a laugh. “But I had been a fan of theirs since early Liverpool days; even saw them at the Cavern, once or twice, though I was more of a blues guy. Every one of their albums was a knockout, and each one is so different than the last.” 
While Molland is pleased as punch to be doing McCartney's “Blackbird,” John Lennon's “Cry Baby Cry,” Starr's “Don't Pass Me By” and Harrison's “Savoy Truffle,” among others, he's doubly grateful to be hooking up again with the guy who produced Badfinger's “Straight Up” almost five decades ago. 
White Album tour
[Interview] Joey Molland (July 1, 2019) 

Joey Molland: 
I got a call to be on a tour for the 50th anniversary of The Beatles “White Album” with Christopher Cross, Todd Rundgren, Micky Dolenz from The Monkees, and that chap from Chicago, Jason Scheff. I just saw Micky with Mike Nesmith on tour and it was great. Everybody’s learning their songs. I’ll be doing Beatles songs and a couple Badfinger hits too. I wanted to do “Julia,” but Jason will be doing that one. They want me to do “Dear Prudence.” I’m going to do “Good Night,” “Cry Baby Cry,” “Revolution,” and “Savoy Truffle.” I chose those songs because I wanted to do something different from the “White Album,” some lesser known songs, and do a great job on them because The Beatles did a great job on them. The guys from the Rain tour band will be backing us and that is a nice bonus because these guys have all these songs in the bag. They are received so well by audiences, so I think they will be a great contribution to the show. 
Jason Scheff Interview | (Beatles all-star ‘White Album’ Tribute Preview) 

“I got a phone call one day… My record producer, Jay DeMarcus of Rascal Flatts, who was just finishing up my album (coming out in November), he got a phone call from an agent saying that there’s a secretive, cryptic opportunity. ‘Would Jason be interested in doing an all-star band performing with a unique project?’ I said, ‘What is it?’ And I was like, ‘Come on, man, we’re all adults here.’ I got out of him that it’s the Beatles’ White Album. It’s Todd Rundgren, Christopher Cross, Mickey Dolenz, and Joey Molland of Badfinger. And, I said, ‘ABSOLUTELY!’ I love challenges” 
Todd Rundgren & Micky Dolenz Tease Their White Album Covers Tour 

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