Doug Lunn has recorded with Mike Keneally, and toured with Chad Wackerman.
In 2007, he headlined Zappanale as part of the Chad Wackerman Trio.
The picture on the right was taken by Bazbo during the Zappanale 18 concert, 2007/08/05.
(1992, cd, usa, immune records) - feat.scott thunes
|mike keneally: boil that dust speck (2)
(1994, cd, usa, immune records)
(2007, cd+dvd, usa, exowax) - reissue with bonus disc ; feat.scott thunes
mike keneally: boil that dust speck
(2007, cd+dvd, usa, exowax) - reissue with bonus disc
doug lunn project: s/t
(2011, cd, usa, abstract logix) - feat. vinnie colaiuta, mike keneally
from Abstract Logix
Lunn is a multi-instrumentalist performer/composer who specializes on 5 string
fretless electric bass. He has appeared on over 100 recordings with artists
including Bruce Springsteen, Mark Isham, David Torn, Andy Summers, and numerous
film and TV soundtracks. He's been the bassist/percussionist and musical
director with Peter Buffett's multi-media show "Spirit-The 7th Fire"
on it's PBS special, CD, and 3 national tours. Doug was the co-leader and
featured composer for the critically acclaimed band "Fire Merchants"
with guitarist John Goodsall(Brand X) and drummers Chester Thompson, Chad
Wackerman, and Toss Panos. He also toured Europe in 1997 with the trio
"Subject/Object" which included drummer Vinnie Colaiuta and guitarist
David Torn. Doug recently recorded music for the movie "Taladega
Nights" with guitarists Wayne Kramer(MC5) and Tom Morello(Rage Against the
Machine). He is a member of the group "Out Trio" with drummer Terry
Bozzio and Austrian guitarist Alex Machacek. In the last year he's performed in
the USA and Europe with the Chad Wakerman Trio along with guitarist Mike Miller.
They have a new DVD coming out on the Drum Channel.
artists/groups Doug has performed and/or recorded with include-L Shankar, John
Abercrombie, Paul McCandles, Don Cherry, Sting, Chaka Kahn, Steven Stills,
Martha Davis/The Motels, Wayne Kramer, Mike Keneally, Reeves Gabrels, Empire
Brass, Richard Thompson, Dave Liebman, Nels Cline, Kevin Gilbert, Buddy Guy, Art
Lande, Axiom of Choice, Eddie Henderson, Tony Basil, Mick Farren/The Deviants,
Patrick Moraz, Mike Clark, Brand X, Bette Midler, Ed Mann, Jimmie Spheeris,
Brian Adams, Eddie Jobson, Michael Des Barres, Joey Ramone, John Sinclair/Blues
Scholars, Tanzi(the musical-1984), Vida Vierra, Sylvia St James, Zoo Drive,
Robert Mirabal, Armen Chakmakian, Left-Right-Left, Lyle Workman, Warren
Cuccurullo, Podunk Nowhere, Gilby Clarke, Umphrey's McGee, Lydia Lunch, Jerry
Cantrell, Kofi Baker and numerous others.
was a member of the house band on the late night "Dennis Miller Show"
on over 150 TV shows in 1992. He was also a performer and musical director for
the award winning "Friends & Artists Theatre Ensemble"(F.A.T.E.).
Doug spent many years as the percussionist and music director for "Swing
Brazil Dance Company" and was involved with the organization and production
of the 3rd and 4th versions of the "World Festival of Sacred Music"
during September/October 2005 and 2008 in Los Angeles.