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Hello=Fire

Hello=Fire

Hello=Fire


Best known for his skills as a multi-instrumentalist in some of today’s greatest rock bands, Dean Fertita steps up to claim his spotlight in Hello=Fire, his first solo project and album. Having played with the Waxwings, Queens of the Stone Age, Raconteurs, Brendan Benson and most recently, The Dead Weather, Fertita certainly has his share of experience in the music world. The result is spacey, catchy psychedelic pop typical of The Waxwings, mixed Read more on Last.fm
Best known for his skills as a multi-instrumentalist in some of today’s greatest rock bands, Dean Fertita steps up to claim his spotlight in Hello=Fire, his first solo project and album. Having played with the Waxwings, Queens of the Stone Age, Raconteurs, Brendan Benson and most recently, The Dead Weather, Fertita certainly has his share of experience in the music world. The result is spacey, catchy psychedelic pop typical of The Waxwings, mixed with Fertita's obvious punk influences coming from time with stoner-rock gods Queens of the Stone Age. For Fertita's debut album, he recruited QOTSA bandmates Troy Van Leeuwen, Joey Castillo and Michael Shuman, as well as the Afghan Whigs' Michael Horrigan. Long time friend and fellow Detroit musician Brendan Benson also collaborated with Fertita on half of the album's tracks. Produced by Fertita at no less than six different studios from London to Los Angeles, most of Hello=Fire was recorded on days off during Raconteurs and Queens of the Stone Age touring.

Hello=Fire's self-titled debut album was released October 26th, 2009 on Schnitzel Records in the UK, and October 27th in North America. The debut single, "Nature of Our Minds", was released in August, 2009. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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