This summer, Bassist Davey Faragher headed across the Atlantic to, once again, tour many European cities with none other than Elvis Costello. So far, he has played at the renowned Glastonbury Festival and Hyde Park. Now he’s over on the continent hitting up the festival circuit and some standalone gigs. Faragher has played in Elvis Costello’s backing band—The Imposters—since 2001 in between his role in Jack Mack and other genre-spanning acts in the US. Prior to joining The Imposters and Jack Mack, Faragher made a name for himself in the 90s band Cracker, best known for their hit “Low” off the album Kerosene Hat. Here’s Davey Faragher on stage with Costello at Glastonbury performing Pump It Up.
Jack Mack’s EP on SuperStar Records, LOOKIN’ UP, is available for download on Itunes
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