Piers Faccini performing in 2006.
|Born||1970 (age 43–44)|
|Genres||World music, Folk music|
|Labels||Beating Drum, Bleu Electric, Everloving Records, Tôt ou tard, Six Degrees Records|
|Associated acts||Charley Marlowe|
Piers Faccini (born Piers Damian G. Faccini; 1970) is an English singer, painter and songwriter.
Faccini first appeared on the music scene in London in 1997, co-founding Charley Marlowe with performance poet Francesca Beard, percussionist Frank Byng and guitarist Lucas Suarez; the band split in 2001 when Faccini decided to pursue a solo career. His first solo album Leave no Trace was released in 2004 by French Independent label Label Bleu. His second album was released by Los Angeles label Everloving Records in 2006; Tearing Sky was produced by JP Plunier, and featured Ben Harper, who Faccini would tour with between 2006 and 2008. His third album released by French Independent 'Tot ou Tard' in 2009 was co-produced by Faccini and Renaud Letang. His fourth album, My Wilderness, was released in late 2011 Six Degrees Records. His upcoming fifth album, Between dogs and wolves, will be released in late 2013 on his own label Beating Drum.
Faccini has collaborated over the years with many musicians and singers including Rokia Traore, Busi Mhlongo, Ben Harper, Ballake Sissoko, Vincent Segal, Camille, Francesca Beard, Seb Martel, Patrick Watson and Ibrahim Maalouf amongst others. In March 2011, Faccini contributed to the Patagonia Music Collective, contributing to the UK-based Environmental Justice Foundation.
- This could be you (2000 - Charley Marlowe)
- Leave no trace (2004)
- The Streets of London (2005)
- Tearing Sky (2006)
- Two Grains of Sand (2009)
- My Wilderness (2011)
- Between Dog and Wolves (2013)
- Official Website
- Piers Faccini at Last.FM
- Blogothéque Video's Faccini
- Piers Faccini's EPK, music video and take-away shows
- Piers Faccini's Patagonia Benefit Track for the Environmental Justice Foundation
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