Michael Shuman live with the Queens of the Stone Age at the Eurockéennes de Belfort 2011
|Born||August 20, 1985|
|Origin||Los Angeles, California|
|Genres||Hard rock, indie rock, stoner rock, psychedelic rock, space rock|
|Instruments||Vocals, bass, guitar, drums, keyboard, banjo|
|Associated acts||Queens of the Stone Age, Wires On Fire, Jubilee, Mini Mansions|
Fender Precision Bass
Fender Jazz Bass
Gibson EB-2, Fender Jaguar
Michael Jay Shuman (or Mikey Shoes, as he is called in some circles) is an American rock musician. He is best known for playing bass with rock band Queens of the Stone Age. He is also associated with bands such as Mini Mansions and Wires on Fire.
Michael Jay Shuman was born August 20, 1985 and graduated from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, CA and attended Campbell Hall High School in North Hollywood, CA, Portola Middle School in Tarzana, CA, and Lanai Road Elementary School in Encino, CA. Shuman co-founded, co-fronted and played bass for Jubilee until late 2008, and is the bassist of Wires On Fire, both on Buddyhead Records. Shuman joined Queens of the Stone Age in 2007 before the release of Era Vulgaris, replacing Alain Johannes, who chose to focus on other musical projects.
- Appearances on albums
- 2004 – Wires on Fire – Homewrecker
- 2006 – Wires on Fire – Wires on Fire
- 2007 – Queens of the Stone Age – Era Vulgaris *
- 2009 – Hello=Fire – Hello=Fire
- 2009 – Mini Mansions – Mini Mansions EP
- 2011 – Mini Mansions – Mini Mansions album
- 2013 – Queens of the Stone Age – ...Like Clockwork
- Appearances on singles
- 2005 – Wires on Fire – "Mean Reds/Wires on Fire" (split single)
- 2007 – Queens of the Stone Age – "Sick, Sick, Sick" **
- 2007 – Queens of the Stone Age – "3's & 7's" **
- 2007 – Queens of the Stone Age – "Make It Wit Chu" **
- 2008 – Jubilee – "Rebel Hiss"
- 2008 – Jubilee – "In With the Out Crowd"
- 2009 – Hello=Fire – "Nature of Our Minds"
- 2009 – Mini Mansions – "Heart of Glass"
- 2010 – Mini Mansions – "Kiddie Hypnogogia"
- 2010 – Mini Mansions – "Wünderbars"
- Michael Shuman biography thefade.net Retrieved: 2009-07-21
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Michael Shuman.|
- Official Jubilee site
- Jubilee MySpace
- Official Queens of the Stone Age site
- Wires on Fire site
- Wires on Fire MySpace
- Isolate by the hour – An amateur's guide to Jubilee
- Mikey on Myspace
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