Recommended! Phoneys and The Freaks, a brand new collaboration between Paul ‘Bonehead’ Arthurs and singer/songwriter Alex Lipinski play debut showIntroducing Phoneys and The Freaks, a brand new collaboration between Paul ‘Bonehead’ Arthurs and singer / songwriter Alex Lipinski.

Having been blown away by Alex’s support slots for his previous band last year, the former Oasis guitarist and Lipinski soon developed a working relationship and began writing and recording together; Phoneys & The Freaks was born.

The resulting sessions produced elements of The Verve, traces of The Brian Jonestown Massacre, and shades of others who can pen instantly memorable stadium sized anthems. Check them out at deaf Institute on Saturday May 24th.

Sell out gigs in London and Manchester have showcased what Phoneys & The Freaks can produce when they bring their songs to life on stage. With a summer of festivals planned and a debut EP to be released on Cherry Red imminently, 2014 is already proving to be a busy year indeed for the two musicians.

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  1. Bonehead was a bit of an enigma to me while in Oasis. He seemed to play the same Epiphone guitar all the time while Noel switched about a bit. Was he not allowed to play different ones? Proof of him having others is on the Familiar To Millions DVD special features when Noel opens a case and a lovely sunburst Rickenbacker is revealed that he says belongs to Bonehead.


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