Craig Bonich

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Craig Bonich
Bon NYC 2012.jpg
Background information
Also known as Bon
Born (1981-07-24) 24 July 1981 (age 33)
Long Island, New York
Genres Alternative rock
Associated acts Head Automatica, Romans, Jaguar Love, This Is Ivy League

Craig Bonich (also known as Bon) is best known as the guitarist for alternative pop rock band Head Automatica.[1] Bonich co-wrote the hit song from Head Automatica's 1st album Decadence, called "Beating Heart Baby".[citation needed]

Bonich recently joined Jeremy Lublin of We Are The Fury to create the Romans. The band's single "Let's Get It On" is featured in the latest Royal Caribbean TV commercial in the U.K. and Ireland. Past collaborations include Rick Penzone of Men Women and Children and Jon Safley formerly of Lemon Sun in Los Angeles based New Romans, toured with Seattle art punk band Jaguar Love as a bass guitarist, and played with the live incarnation of This Is Ivy League. Appeared in the Jean-Luc Godard inspired video "Baby" by The Phenomenal Hand Clap Band.

Born July 24, 1981 - He grew up in Bellmore, Long Island and has a fraternal twin brother named Daniel. Bonich currently lives in the east village of Manhattan. He has been known to dj around NYC and is an avid supporter and friend to artist and designer Ben Knight.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Loftus, Johnny; Apar, Corey. "Biography: Head Automatica". Allmusic. Retrieved 4 May 2010.