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After major success with Simon Lunches debut EP “Never Knew the night”, he is back at it in the studio cultivating new material for his fans. 

Simon Lunche was coming off of his first critically acclaimed solo album release during the pandemic last September sitting alone in his Berkeley, California childhood home. Being stuck there for over a year had Simon thinking about his friends, his past, and the stories he’s collected over the last 22 years. Through many phone conversations, lots of laughter, and tears, the late night reminiscing with those close to him created an unexpected flood of memories and stories that he didn’t want lost – they had to be told. Seated at his 100 year old Steinway baby grand with his ’65 Strat in tow, the magical  stories began blossoming. 
Simon is now literally having the time of his life re-living and recording the magic of his second album in Los Angeles with his trusted partners Sean Hurley (Bass – John Mayer), Lee Pardini (Keys – Dawes), Victor Indrizzo (Drums – Lizzo, Sheryl Crow, Chris Cornell ), and multi Grammy award winning Engineer, Darrell Thorp (Beck, Paul McCartney, Radiohead, Foo Fighters.) at United Recording and The Foo Fighters Studio 606.
Simon Lunche will be playing live at “Bottom of the Hill” in San Francisco October 9th. He will be playing a few unreleased songs he has been working on since his release of album “Never Knew the Night”.

Saturday October 9th 9pm Sharp at “Bottom of The Hill” in San Francisco
Simon is doing a 30-40 minute set backed by his bass player supporting the band “Wheelwright” and “Sunkissed”.


For more information on Simon Lunche check out his social media sites below:

Instagram: @simonlunche

Twitter:  @simonlunche

Facebook: /Simon Lunche

Youtube: Simon Lunche

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