Press

Legendary songwriter Dan Stuart interviews Fernando

My pal and legendary songwriter Dan Stuart ( Green on Red) asked me about my thoughts on the current DACA situation and my history and experiences as an undocumented immigrant in the US.  Read it here http://marlowebillings.com/musings/

Willamette Week Preview of Widows 20 Year Anniversary Party

Fernando Band Circa 1997

Big thanks to the Willamette Week and to Matthew Singer(music editor) for our show preview and for exposing that I once used to snort cocaine off of public bathroom toilets ha! I guess there goes my political career!

http://www.wweek.com/music/2017/11/08/flashback-fernandos-first-full-band-album-helped-save-him-from-the-wretch-he-used-to-be/

Fernando appears on Live at 7 on KGW (NBC)

Fernando appeared on KGW channel 8 to celebrate the 20 year anniversary of Widows and to promote his upcoming reunion with the Widow’s era band and their first time performing together in nineteen years. Release party for remastered vinyl is this Friday Nov 10th at The Star Theater.  Watch Here

 

Widows 20 Years Anniversary Presents: 9Ft Wall Mini Doc

20 years ago, the original Widows Band consisting of Joe Chiusano, Marilee Hord, Clayton Jones, Dan Eccles and I broke down outside of Bakersfield on our way to open up for Lee Rocker from the Stray Cats (sadly, a total asshole!) at Jack’s Sugar Shack  in Los Angeles and thanks to Loren Leed and Joe Chuisano, the memories of this fateful trip have been preserved for posterity and your viewing pleasure.

This band will be reuniting for the first time in 19 years to celebrate the 20th Year Anniversary of Widows at The Star Theater on November 10th and the band will be performing the entire record in sequence.  Our good friends The Old Joe Clarks and Little Sue will be performing as well!

Domingo Records will be selling the first ever pressing of this record on vinyl at the show as well!

Save Me Picked as Vimeo Staff Video Pick of the Day

Fernando’s video for the song Save Me was selected as Staff pick of the Day by Vimeo. The video was produced by Oriol Puig and Trizz out of Barcelona, Spain. Check it out here https://vimeo.com/172585260

Review of Live Mark Eitzel and Fernando Tour from Aarhus

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Larry Crane ( Tape Op, Jackpot!) Love!

Larry Crane, famed producer ( Elliott Smith, Sleater Kinney), Editor of Tape Op Magazine and owner of Portland’s legendary Jackpot Studio recently celebrated Jackpot’s 30 year Anniversary. The Portland Mercury reported that  “One of Crane’s favorite albums cut at Jackpot! is Fernando Viciconte’s extremely underrated Old Man Motel—a power-pop pièce de résistance ripe for rediscovery.” Read Entire Article Here

Fernando interviewed on KCLR in Kilkenny, Ireland

Fernando is interviewed by Martin Bridgeman on KCLR during his stop to play legendary venue Cleere’s in Kilkenny, Ireland. Listen here

Entire Fernando Back Catalog available via Bandcamp!

https://domingorecords.bandcamp.com


Fernando’s entire Domingo Records catalog which includes Season in Hell (1996), Widows (1997), Pacoima (1998), Old Man Motel (1999), Dreams of the Sun and Sky (2001), Enter to Exit (2006), True Instigator ( 2011), The Dogs 7″ (2015) are now available via Bandcamp! All proceeds go directly to the band,  so we encourage all of you to support this page because funds raised will go directly to fund the recording of Fernando’s forthcoming 2017 release. (more…)

Vortex Magazine premieres new song by Fernando feat Peter Buck and Scott McCaughey

Vortex Magazine premiers a new unreleased song by Fernando! The song is a country lament called No Regrets and features performances by Peter Buck and Scott McCaughey of REM. The song is included in Fluff and Gravy’s ” Five Years of Gravy”, a Compilation CD that features unreleased tracks by Richmond Fontaine, Hillstomp, Drunken Prayer, Anna Tival, Mike Coykendall, Nick Jaina and many more. All profits from the sales of this CD will be going to The Jeremy Wilson Foundation to benefit musicians that do not have health insurance.