References

Of course Albie Donnelly’s list of references is pretty long, that’s why only an excerpt of his musical career is following:

Guest musician on CD productions of following artists:
Ian Gillan ‚Deep Purple‘
Bob Geldof and the Boomtown Rats
Helge Schneider
Pete York
Colin Hodgekinson
Graham Parker and the Rumour
Blues Company
Mike McCartney ‚Brother of Paul‘
Tony Cary
Lisa Fitz

Albie Donnelly performed live as special guest with the following musicians:
The Great British R&B All stars: Pete York, Chris Farlowe, Harriet Lewis, Zoot Money, Jan Harrington, Colin Hodgekinson, Miller Anderson, Tony Ashton; The Spencer Davis Group; John Bonham, Led Zeppelin; Georgie Fame, Zoot Money, Gene ‚The Mighty Flea‘ Conners, Rockin Doopsie and the Cajun Twisters, Little Anthony and the Imperials, The Boomtown Rats, Tony Sheriden, Clarance Clemons, Blues Company, E-Streetband and many more

Gold Record in Australia for “Local Lads Make Good”

No. 1 hit: “Get Up And Dance”

No 8 hit for „I think I’m gonna fall In Love“
produced by Robert John ‚Mutt‘ Lange.
Queen Open Air Concert Hyde Park, London, more than 100,000 visitors

International festivals:

Montreux Jazz Festival / CH
Great British R & B Festival, Colne / UK
Ascona New Orleans Festival / CH
Hondaribbia Blues Festival / E
Gouvy Jazz Blues Fest / B
Reading Festival / UK
North Sea Jazz Festival, Den Haag / NL
Cork Jazz Festival / IR
Douro Blues Festival, Porto / P
Australia ‚2‘-National Tours

Albie Donnelly’s SUPERCHARGE performed on the following private parties:

Gunther Sachs, Dracula Club/St. Moritz; Tina Onassis, Maxims/Paris; Adnan Kashoggi, Marbella; Von Thurn u. Taxis, Regensburg etc.

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