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Francis Macdonald (born 11 September 1970 ) is a drummer and sometime member of British [1 ] alternative rock band Teenage Fanclub. He has also played with [2 ] BMX Bandits and [3 ] Eugenius. He is no relation to keyboard player Finlay MacDonald who also played with both bands.
Macdonald recorded a solo album called "Sauchiehall & Hope - A Pop Opera" under the pseudonym "Nice Man" and "The Art of Hanging Out" as "Nice Man and the Bad Boys". He runs Shoeshine Records / Spit & Polish in Glasgow and manages the bands
Camera Obscura and Attic Lights.
Other artists he has worked with include:
Kevin Ayers, Kim Fowley, Robert Forster, Dan Penn, Alex Chilton, John Herald, Chip Taylor, Ben Vaughn, Laura Cantrell, Kate Rusby, Camera Obscura, Belle & Sebastian, Looper, Future Pilot A.K.A., The Hermit Crabs, The Pastels, Radio Sweethearts, Michael Shelley, Cheeky Monkey, Frank Blake,Speeder, Astro Chimp, and Harry Pye.
Macdonald has produced a (currently unreleased)
Jerry Lee Lewis album. He provided the music for the British comedy feature film Zemanovaload starring Ed Byrne. His music has also been used in MTV's , Fashion TV, The Real World , Queer Eye For the Straight Guy Sky News, , Emilio Estevez's film The Mark Thomas Comedy Product and a mobile phone ad in South Korea. He plans to keep writing songs while working on music for TV, films and adverts. Late Last Night
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