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Encyclopedia > The Sinceros

The Sinceros were a new wave/power pop band from England who recorded two albums for Epic Records - "The Sound of Sunbathing" (1979) and "Pet Rock" (1981). Both albums were released worldwide and achieved moderate commercial success. Neither album has been released on CD. Image File history File links This is a lossless scalable vector image. ... The term New Wave has been used to describe several movements in art. ... Power pop is a long-standing musical genre that draws its inspiration from 1960s British and American pop music. ... Epic Records is an American record label, owned and operated by Sony BMG. // Epic was launched originally as a jazz and classical music label in 1953 by CBS. Its bright-yellow, black and blue logo became a familiar trademark for many jazz and classical releases. ... Pet Rocks were a 1970s fad conceived in Los Gatos, California by an advertising executive Gary Dahl. ...

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Band Members

Mark Moesgaard Kjeldsen vocals, guitar
Ron Francois bass guitar, vocals
Don Snow (aka Jonn Savannah) keyboards, vocals
Bobbi Irwin (aka Robert Treherne) drums

Albums

1979 The Sound Of Sunbathing Epic Records EPC 83632 some copies on Orange Vinyl
1981 Pet Rock Epic Records EPC 85003

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Career

Mark Moesgaard Kjeldsen composed and sang lead vocals on most of the band's material although Ron Francois and Don Snow both contributed songs.


The first record was produced by Joe Wissert and was recorded at Wessex Studios in London. The band achieved radio play on both sides of the Atlantic with its first single "Take Me To Your Leader." An attempt at a follow-up record entitled "2nd Debut" produced by Paul "Bassman" Riley was shelved and was essentially reworked into "Pet Rock" under the guidance of famed producer Gus Dudgeon. "Pet Rock" featured the single "Disappearing" which was sung by Snow. Wessex Sound Studios was a recording studio located in Highbury New Park, London, England. ... Gus Dudgeon (1942 - 2002) was a British record producer, and the inventor of audio sampling as a musical device. ...


The band toured extensively after the release of its first album riding on the heels of the then thriving new wave music scene. Several FM radio recordings of the band circulate notably one from December 13, 1979 at the The Paladium in New York City that was broadcast by WNEW-FM. Dubbed the "$5 Rock and Roll Show," the bill also featured Bruce Wolley, Paul Collins' Beat and 20/20 and was attended by Mick Jagger. The band also made an appearance at the Hurrah nightclub in New York City around this time. Kjeldsen wears a T-shirt featuring this club's logo on the "Pet Rock" album cover. Michael Phillip Mick Jagger CBE (born July 26, 1943) is an English rock musician, actor, songwriter, record and film producer and businessman. ... New York, New York and NYC redirect here. ...


Kjeldsen, Irwin and Francois first played together in a London R&B band called The Strutters. Prior to signing their record deal,the rhythm section also supported Stiff Records recording artist Lene Lovich. Snow later joined Squeeze as a replacement for Paul Carrack, Francois joined The Eurogliders and Irwin (aka Robert Treherne) became Nick Lowe's long-time drummer after Rockpile disbanded and he has more recently taken on similar duties for Van Morrison. Stiff Records is a record label created in London in 1976 by entrepreneurs Dave Robinson and Andrew Jakeman (aka Jake Riviera), and active until 1985. ... CD reissue of Lene Lovichs first album, Stateless. ... Squeeze are an English rock music band that came to prominence in the New Wave period of the late 1970s. ... Paul Carrack, 2003 Paul Carrack (born April 22, 1951 in Sheffield, England) is a British keyboardist, singer and songwriter. ... Bowi EP sleeve (1977). ... Rockpile was a British rock group noted for strong rockabilly and power pop influences. ... George Ivan Morrison OBE (generally known as Van Morrison) (born August 31, 1945) is a singer-songwriter from Belfast, Northern Ireland. ...


After the demise of the band, Kjeldsen reportedly worked driving a cab in Holland and has since died from AIDS. Irwin (Trehern) has also recently achieved success in 2006 as co-producer of "Bloom, Red & the Ordinary Girl" by Tres Chicas along with Neil Brockbank. Snow maintains a web site at http://www.jonnsavannah.com which contains information about the band and his subsequent career.


Live Performances

11/08/1978 Rochester Castle Stoke Newington, London
13/08/1978 Golden Lion Fulham, London
18/08/1978 Town Hall High Wycombe (supporting the Rezillos)
01/09/1978 Metro Club Plymouth
12/09/1978 Hope & Anchor Islington, London
23/09/1978 Dingwalls Camden Lock, London (supporting The News)
01/10/1978 The Roundhouse Chalk Farm, London (Anti-Nazi Rally)
23/11/1978 Hope & Anchor Islington, London
30/11/1978 Hope & Anchor Islington, London
01/12/1978 Dingwalls Camden Lock, London
07/12/1978 Hope & Anchor Islington, London
13/12/1978 Chelsea Art College London
02/01/1979 The Nashville Rooms West Kensington, London
22/01/1979 Hope & Anchor Islington, London
26/01/1979 Dingwalls Camden Lock, London
21/02/1979 Nelson's Wimbledon, London
28/02/1979 Dingwalls Camden Lock, London
10/03/1979 Hope & Anchor Islington, London
01/05/1979 The Venue Victoria, London (supporting Johnny Winter)
02/05/1979 Nelson's Wimbledon, London
03/05/1979 West Surrey College of Art
04/05/1979 The Venue Victoria, London (supporting Johnny Winter)
05/05/1979 Portsmouth Polytechnic Portsmouth
06/05/1979 The Venue Victoria, London (supporting Johnny Winter)
11/05/1979 Brunel University Uxbridge (supporting Rachel Sweet)
12/05/1979 Essex University Colchester (supporting Rachel Sweet)
14/05/1979 The Marquee Soho, London
17/05/1979 Dingwalls Camden Lock, London
21/05/1979 The Nashville Rooms West Kensington, London
04/06/1979 The Marquee Soho, London
15/06/1979 Trent Polytechnic Nottingham
16/06/1979 Froebel College Twickenham
18/06/1979 The Marquee Soho, London (recorded by the Stiff Mobile Studio)
22/06/1979 Weymouth
25/06/1979 Loughborough University Loughborough
29/06/1979 Radlett Wall Hall College (supporting Chairman of the Board)
02/07/1979 The Marquee Soho, London
07/07/1979 Jacksdale Grey Topper Nottingham
12/07/1979 The Fan Club Leeds
13/07/1979 The Limit Club Sheffield
14/07/1979 The Norbreck Hotel Blackpool
15/07/1979 The Stagecoach Dumfries
16/07/1979 Tiffany's Edinburgh
02/07/1979 The Marquee Soho, London
07/07/1979 Jacksdale Grey Topper Nottingham
12/07/1979 The Fan Club Leeds
13/07/1979 The Limit Club Sheffield
14/07/1979 The Norbreck Hotel Blackpool
19/07/1979 The Nashville Rooms West Kensington, London
20/07/1979 The Sand Piper Nottingham
21/07/1979 The Boogie House Norwich
26/07/1979 The Nashville Rooms West Kensington, London
27/07/1979 AJ's Lincoln
28/07/1979 The Venue Victoria, London
03/08/1979 JB's Dudley
04/08/1979 Hope & Anchor Islington, London
05/08/1979 Hope & Anchor Islington, London
25/08/1979 The Music Machine Camden, London
01/09/1979 Lees Cliff Hall Folkestone
27/09/1979 Liverpool Polytechnic Liverpool
28/09/1979 Polytechnic of the South Bank London
01/10/1979 Queen Mary College London
03/10/1979 Reading University Reading
05/10/1979 King's College London
06/10/1979 U.M.I.S.T Manchester
10/10/1979 Swansea University Swansea
11/10/1979 Dorset Institute of Higher Education (Town Hall) Bournemouth
12/10/1979 The Paradiso Club Amsterdam, (recorded and broadcasted by VPRO Radio)
13/10/1979 The Exit Club Rotterdam
18/10/1979 The Nashville Rooms West Kensington, London
25/10/1979 Cornell University New York (with The Laughing Dogs)
26/10/1979 Buffalo University New York (supporting Cock Robin)
28/10/1979 The Penny Arcade Rochester, New York (supporting Freeway)
31/10/1979 Worcester Polytechnic Institute Massachusetts
01/11/1979 Stage West Hartford, Connecticut
02/11/1979 Hurrah New York
03/11/1979 Hurrah New York
06/11/1979 The Jabberwocky Club, Syracuse University Syracuse, New York
07/11/1979 Sir Morgan's Cove Worcester, Massachusetts (broadcast live on WAAF Radio)
08/11/1979 Emerald City Cherry Hill, New Jersey (supporting the A's)
09/11/1979 The University of Massachusetts Amherst Amherst, Massachusetts (supported by The Motels)
10/11/1979 Toad's New Haven, Connecticut (supported by The Motels)
11/11/1979 Lupo's Providence, Rhode Island (supported by The Motels)
13/11/1979 My Father's Place Long Island, New York (broadcast live on WLIR Radio)
14/11/1979 The Fast Lane Asbury Park, New Jersey (supported by The Motels)
15/11/1979 The Bayou Club Washington DC (supported by The Motels)
16/11/1979 Stars, Rats Keller, University of Connecticut Connecticut
17/11/1979 The Rat Boston (supported by Live Wire)
18/11/1979 The Rat Boston (supported by Live Wire)
27/11/1979 My Father's Place Long Island, New York
30/11/1979 Mother's Chicago
01/12/1979 Mother's Chicago
02/12/1979 The Stone Toad Milwaukee (supported by Youthinesia)
04/12/1979 The Long Horn Minneapolis
07/12/1979 Beginnings Schaumburg, Illinois (supporting Pezband)
08/12/1979 Beginnings Schaumburg, Illinois (supporting Pezband)
10/12/1979 The Agora Cleveland (with The Sports and 20/20)
11/12/1979 Bogart's Cincinnati (supporting The Sports)
12/12/1979 The Landmark Theatre Syracuse, New York (supporting Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes)
13/12/1979 The Palladium New York (with Bruce Woolley, The Beat, 20/20)
18/01/1980 Goldsmith College London
19/01/1980 The Midem Festival Cannes (with The Inmates and Marquis de Sade)
16/03/1980 Pavillon Baltard Nogent-sur-Marne, France (with Squeeze and Valerie Lagrange)
22/05/1980 The Venue Victoria, London (supported by Jules and the Polar Bears)
10/06/1980 Dingwalls London
11/06/1980 Middlesex & Herts Country Club Harrow, London
12/06/1980 Polytechnic of the South Bank London
13/06/1980 The Half Moon Herne Hill, London
14/06/1980 The Bridge House Canning Town, London
21/06/1980 The Winsum Festival Groningen, Holland

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Radio Performances

01/06/1979 Session BBC Radio, Maida Vale Studios, London
20/06/1979 In Concert BBC Radio, Paris Theatre Studios, London
15/07/1981 In Concert BBC Radio, London

 
 

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