A. A. Bondy

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A. A. Bondy
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A.A. Bondy performing at an L.A. firehouse, 2010
Background information
Birth name Auguste Arthur Bondy
Also known as Scott Bondy
Born Louisiana
Genres Folk
Occupations Musician, singer-songwriter
Instruments Guitar, vocals, harmonica
Years active 1990–present
Labels Fat Possum
Associated acts Verbena

Auguste Arthur "A. A." Bondy, also known as Scott Bondy, is an American folk/alternative artist from Birmingham, Alabama, and the former lead singer and guitarist in the rock band Verbena, which he founded in the early 1990s. After the band broke up in 2003, Bondy recorded his debut solo album American Hearts in a barn near his home in the Catskill mountains in Palenville, upstate New York.[1] The album, released in 2007, marked a shift in musical direction towards a more traditional and minimalist folk sound,[2][3] with Bondy playing mostly acoustic guitar and harmonica. His second album When the Devil's Loose was recorded in Mississippi, and released in September 2009. Bondy released his third album, Believers, on September 13, 2011.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Songs on TV[edit]

  • "Killed Myself When I Was Young" was featured in Season 4 of the television series Friday Night Lights and included on the Friday Night Lights Vol. 2 soundtrack
  • "A Slow Parade" was featured in Season 6 of the television series House
  • "Mightiest of Guns" was featured on Season 3 of the Australian television series Packed to the Rafters
  • "When The Devil's Loose" was featured in "The Tough Man in the Tender Chicken", an episode of the popular series Bones
  • "There's A Reason" and "False River" were feature in the television show One Tree Hill
  • "World Without End" was featured on season 3 of the television series Covert Affairs
  • "Skull & Bones" was featured on season 4 of the television series Shameless

References[edit]

  1. ^ "A.A. Bondy Biography". CMT. 
  2. ^ Dearmore, Kelly (August 12, 2010). "A.A. Bondy Questions His Folk Tag". Dallas Observer. 
  3. ^ Lees, Jaime (February 6, 2008). "AA Bondy reinvents himself as an indie-folk artist". Riverfront Times. 

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