Rough Trade East, London, 13/2/2017
Dastardly watches Mark Eitzel conquer the flu and launch his new album in style at an in-store at Rough Trade East in London
De Le Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, 25/5/2014
In the beautiful surroundings of the De La Warr Pavilion at seaside town Bexhill-on-Sea, Dastardly watches former American singer-songwrter Mark Eitel play a life-confirming set of his classic songs
The Ugly American (2020)
First-rate vinyl reissue of Mark Eitzel's controversial eighth solo album which was recorded with a group of Greek traditional musicians
Don't Be A Stranger (2012)
Heartfelt and powerful latest solo album from ex-American Music Club front man, Mark Eitzel
Producer and singer-songwriter Manolis Famellos talks to John Clarkson about the recording and re-release on vinyl of American Music Club frontman and solo artist Mark Eitzel’s 2003 eighth solo album 'The Ugly American', which Eitzel worked upon with him and a group of Greek traditional musicians.
John Clarkson speaks to ex-American Music Club front man Mark Eitzel about his new solo album, ‘Don’t Be a Stranger’
Sigmatropic is the project of Athens-based electro folk artist Akis Boyatzis. John Clarkson chats to him about his two recent albums, which have finds him working with a wide catalogue of guest singers including Robert Wyatt, Carla Torgerson, Mark Eitzel Howe Gelb, Robert Fisher and Cat Power.
Luminaire, London, 14/10/2007
At the Luminaire in London, Anthony Strutt watches singer-songwriter David Hurn, supporting the American Music Club's Mark Eitzel, play an appealing if slightly monotonous set
Re : View-American Music Club
Love Songs for Patriots
Even now over 20 years from first forming the American Music Club remain a secret in many quarters. Anthony Strutt tells why 'Love Songs for Patriots', their first album after an 8 year break, has had a grip on him since its release last September